Lover Come Back
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The New York Times
One of the brightest, most delightful satiric comedies since It Happened One Night.
TV Guide Magazine
Perhaps the best Hudson-Day film.
This is a funny, most-of-the-time engaging, smartly produced show. Farce has Rock Hudson as would-be conqueror of Doris Day, who as the victim of a who's-who deception plays brinkmanship with surrender.
Another glossy, witty battle-of-the-sexes comedy featuring the squeaky-clean Pillow Talk pairing of Rock Hudson and Doris Day. [28 Jan 2006, p.53]
Los Angeles Times
Saucy, sophisticated 1961 comedy. [26 Apr 1996, p.F22]
The New Yorker
Broadly played, in the 50s telegraphing-every-thought comic style.
One of the queasier Rock Hudson-Doris Day comedies.
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