History Film / PillowTalk

22nd Jul '17 7:19:06 PM Wyvern76
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* PullTheThread: Jan deduces Rex's real identity when she plays a few bars of the song she kept hearing on Brad's calls.

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* PullTheThread: Jan deduces Rex's real identity when she plays a few bars finds the sheet music of the song she kept hearing on Brad's calls.
22nd Jul '17 7:18:29 PM Wyvern76
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* BathKick

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* BathKickBathKick: A rare male example as well, shot in conjunction with a SplitScreenPhoneCall to create the illusion that Jan and Brad are [[https://image.tmdb.org/t/p/original/3DsU80AFls5cpvOE9E7rV0wHXC2.jpg playing footsie with each other]] while bathing.
* BrickJoke[=/=]ChekhovsGun: In an early scene, one of Peirot's clients is admiring an African-looking sculpture until Jan informs her that it's a fertility goddess. Towards the end, Jan uses it as a finishing touch when [[spoiler:decorating Brad's apartment. (Judging by the final scene and end credits, it must've been effective!)]]



* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech: Jan to Brad (after finding out his ruse), where she states that at least her "bedroom problems" can be solved in one bedroom, his couldn't be solved in a million!

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* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech: Jan to Brad (after finding out his ruse), where she states that at least her "bedroom problems" can be solved in one bedroom, his couldn't be solved in a million!thousand!
22nd Jul '17 7:01:07 PM Wyvern76
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* CureYourGays: As Rex, Brad feigns being gay to attract Jan, to try to get her to "cure" him. The ironic subtext was that Brad was played by Rock Hudson, who even played this scene at parties for friends who knew he was gay.
6th Mar '17 8:08:30 AM Pren
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* AwesomeMcCoolName: Brad's deliberately absurd cowboy persona, Rex Stetson.
9th Dec '15 9:26:13 PM toongrrl1990
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* TheCastShowoff: Day and Hudson each get to perform songs in the film, both separately and together.


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* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech: Jan to Brad (after finding out his ruse), where she states that at least her "bedroom problems" can be solved in one bedroom, his couldn't be solved in a million!
22nd Dec '14 5:35:34 PM allium
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* OhCrap: Brad, when Jan finds out the truth.


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* OhCrap: Brad, when Jan finds out the truth.
22nd Nov '14 8:36:33 PM dsneybuf
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->'''Jan Morrow:''' I have no bedroom problems. [[DoubleEntendre There's nothing in my bedroom that bothers me]].

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->'''Jan Morrow:''' I have no bedroom problems. [[DoubleEntendre There's nothing in my bedroom that bothers me]]. me.
22nd Nov '14 8:35:37 PM dsneybuf
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* TechnologyMarchesOn: The film depends entirely on "party lines," which can make it pretty confusing today.
* ThrowItIn: The diner patron was supposed to fake decking Tony Randall, but he ended up knocking Randall out for real. That was the take used in the film.
20th Aug '14 11:17:24 PM Mdumas43073
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* SpiritualSuccessor: ''Lover Come Back'' (1961) and ''Send Me No Flowers'' (1964) reunited Day, Hudson, and Randall for further comedic escapades, albeit as different characters in each.

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* SpiritualSuccessor: ''Lover Come Back'' (1961) and ''Send Me No Flowers'' (1964) reunited Day, Hudson, and Tony Randall for further comedic escapades, albeit as different characters in each.
20th Aug '14 11:09:14 PM Mdumas43073
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* SpiritualSuccessor: ''Lover Come Back'' (1961) and ''Send Me No Flowers'' (1964) reunited Day, Hudson, and Randall for further comedic escapades (albeit as different characters in each).

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* SpiritualSuccessor: ''Lover Come Back'' (1961) and ''Send Me No Flowers'' (1964) reunited Day, Hudson, and Randall for further comedic escapades (albeit escapades, albeit as different characters in each).each.
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