Pillow Talk (1959), Doris Day, Rock Hudson, Tony Randall, directed by Michael Gordon. A studly bachelor develops a cunning plan to seduce his best friend's girl by pretending to be two people: his nasty self and a nice Texan. Good thing this is a comedy or that would be very bad. Everyone has opulent apartments, clothes and offices. It's kind of a return to the screwball comedies of the 1930s; people wanted to see rich and fashionable settings then, too.
MUSIC TO SCROLL BY: Doris Day - Fly Me To The Moon
Doris Day and Rock Hudson most certainly had chemistry in their movies. It was a great time for wholesome movies with an undertone of sexual tension, WITHOUT having to show it. I loved "Pillow Talk" and the innocence of the times.