Two people sharing a telephone line, playboy songwriter Brad Allen's (Rock Hudson) and his neighbor, interior designer Jan Morrow (Doris Day, despise each other, but he has fun romancing her with his voice disguised.
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August 09, 2007 ...Hudson and Day's palpable chemistry together [is] evident almost immediately...Read in Source
July 08, 2003 Day is the prudish spinster forced to share a party-line with philandering Hudson in this charming sex comedy.Read in Source
May 28, 2008 Compulsively mainstream as only 50s Hollywood could be, and never very funny.Read in Source
Common Sense Media
December 18, 2010 Hudson and Day's Sex and the City, '50s-style.
June 08, 2012 as light and fluffy as its title implies... it's a fun film to watch unfold, resting on the shoulders of its charismatic starsRead in Source
July 25, 2007 The first and the best of the three romantic comedies Doris Day made with Rock Hudson at Universal offers a good case of deconstructing the stars' respective screen images.Read in Source
May 28, 2008 Pillow Talk is a sleekly sophisticated production that deals chiefly with s-e-x.Read in Source
New York Times
May 20, 2003 One of the most lively and up-to-date comedy-romances of the year.
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