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Film

Some Like it Hot

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Saturday August 25, 2012
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Directed by Billy Wilder | 1959

With Marilyn Monroe,Tony Curtis,Jack Lemmon,George Raft,Pat O'Brien

In this classic madcap comedy about how the other half lives, Joe and Jerry (Curtis and Lemmon) accidentally witness a mob massacre in Prohibition-era Chicago and go on the run by joining an all-female musical troupe headed for Florida, in effect becoming Josephine and Daphne. But a wrench gets thrown when Joe falls for bandmate Sugar Kane Kowalczyk (Monroe) and Jerry unwittingly wins the affections of a septuagenarian millionaire. The script is chockablock with one-liners for Curtis and Lemmon, butMonroestill manages to steal the scene with her sweet but emotionally honest portrayal of Sugar, a girl who always gets “the fuzzy end of the lollipop.”