Not Rated | | Comedy, Romance
When two male musicians witness a mob hit, they flee the state in an all-female band disguised as women, but further complications set in.
In 2008, a Californian man who found a little black dress in his closet was stunned when appraisers for U.S. TV series Antiques Roadshow (1997) determined it once belonged to Marilyn Monroe. The frock - which Monroe was sewn into for Some Like It Hot (1959) - was estimated to be worth $250,000
All right, Charlie; that the joint?
Toothpick Charlie: Yes, sir.
Mulligan: Who runs it?
Toothpick Charlie: I already told you.
Mulligan: Refresh my memory.
Toothpick Charlie: Spats Columbo.
Mulligan: That's very refreshing; what's the password?
Toothpick Charlie: "I've come to Grandma's funeral." Here's your admission card.
Mulligan: Thanks, Charlie.
Toothpick Charlie: Now if you ...
Set in 1929, yet features the 1930s songs "I'm Thru With Love" and "Stairway to the Stars".
Video version contains extended exit music after the film.
Music by A.H. Gibbs
Lyrics by Joe Grey and Leo Wood
Played during the opening credits
Played by the girls on the train and Performed by Marilyn Monroe
Performed also a capella by Tony Curtis
Gene Cipriano (tenor sax for Tony Curtis), Al Hendrickson (ukulele for Marilyn Monroe)
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