Photographs, Pillow Talk - 1959

We may likely have the largest collection of Rock Hudson and George Nader photographs on the Planet!!!

 

Scroll down to see the photographs below.


These photographs are from their personal collections, the pictures they had in their own files, the ones they would look at if they wanted to see themselves in a film or in their youth or for whatever reason, they would view these.

I AM SELLING ORIGINAL PHOTOS NOW AT VARYING PRICES. 

It is hard to mark each and everyone individually.  so, PLEASE INQUIRE FOR EXACT PRICE.

HIGH QUALITY PRINTS ARE ALSO AVAILABLE
 AT $35.00 FOR MOST, BUT PLEASE INQUIRE FOR EXACT PRICE.


**SCROLL DOWN THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHS AND SEE SOME OF THE "CAST" MEMBERS.
CLICK ON YOUR FAVORITE FOR A LINK TO IMDB AND MORE INFORMATION ON THE ACTORS, FILMS AND CREW!!!!!

Rock's Photos:


These photographs are original from Rock Hudson's personal collection...


They were his...


The ones he looked through personally...


The ones he would show to others in the business or friends...


The ones that brought back memories, good and bad and in-between, when viewing.


The ones that made him cry, made him laugh, filled him with emotion.

THE PHOTOGRAPHS HE HELD CLOSE TO HIS HEART!


Some are stamped by the photographers.

Most are embossed with Mr. Hudson's personal stamp which reads:  "From the Library of R H - Rock Hudson."

IMPORTANT NOTE: These photographs from Mr. Hudson's collection are all ORIGINALS, printed when they were taken.

These are unlike many "Original" photographs sold today by the photographers or their families---which in many cases are printed upon order.

All of Rock's photos are from the original negatives!!!

 (**George's photos are pretty close to the same but don't have the embossing!)

Some photographs are larger than 8" x 10" some are smaller, but they are all excellent!
Please inquire for exact sizes and individual prices
(Some are marked, some not).
  
 
 
Thank You for your time!


Hope you enjoy this bit of history!!!!
 
Marty

 

PLEASE TAKE NOTE: Some of the Photographs are not "True" 8" x 10".  Some are a bit smaller and some are a bit larger.  Also there are some Photographs that are from overall smaller pictures.

Thank You for your time!

 




ROCK HUDSON-PILLOW TALK-1959-01


Price: $ 25.00   (Photographs » Pillow Talk - 1959)

8 X 10 BLACK AND WHITE -- High Quality Kodak Photo Print, originals are available.

PRICE IS PER PRINT.

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ROCK HUDSON-PILLOW TALK-1959-02


Price: $ 25.00   (Photographs » Pillow Talk - 1959)

8 X 10 BLACK AND WHITE -- High Quality Kodak Photo Print, originals are available.

PRICE IS PER PRINT.

Note: To purchase a print simply enter the "File Name" (located under the image) into the text box, then click on the Add to Cart button. To get a price quote for an original print, click on the Request Information link and enter the "File Name".

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ROCK HUDSON-PILLOW TALK-1959-03


Price: $ 25.00   (Photographs » Pillow Talk - 1959)

8 X 10 BLACK AND WHITE -- High Quality Kodak Photo Print, originals are available.

PRICE IS PER PRINT.

Note: To purchase a print simply enter the "File Name" (located under the image) into the text box, then click on the Add to Cart button. To get a price quote for an original print, click on the Request Information link and enter the "File Name".

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ROCK HUDSON-PILLOW TALK-1959-04


Price: $ 25.00   (Photographs » Pillow Talk - 1959)

8 X 10 BLACK AND WHITE -- High Quality Kodak Photo Print, originals are available.

PRICE IS PER PRINT.

Note: To purchase a print simply enter the "File Name" (located under the image) into the text box, then click on the Add to Cart button. To get a price quote for an original print, click on the Request Information link and enter the "File Name".

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ROCK HUDSON-PILLOW TALK-1959-05


Price: $ 25.00   (Photographs » Pillow Talk - 1959)

8 X 10 BLACK AND WHITE -- High Quality Kodak Photo Print, originals are available.

PRICE IS PER PRINT.

Note: To purchase a print simply enter the "File Name" (located under the image) into the text box, then click on the Add to Cart button. To get a price quote for an original print, click on the Request Information link and enter the "File Name".

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ROCK HUDSON-PILLOW TALK-1959-06


Price: $ 25.00   (Photographs » Pillow Talk - 1959)

8 X 10 BLACK AND WHITE -- High Quality Kodak Photo Print, originals are available.

PRICE IS PER PRINT.

Note: To purchase a print simply enter the "File Name" (located under the image) into the text box, then click on the Add to Cart button. To get a price quote for an original print, click on the Request Information link and enter the "File Name".

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Rock Hudson...Brad Allen - 'Rex Stetson'

Doris Day...Jan Morrow

Tony Randall...Jonathan Forbes
Thelma Ritter...Alma
Nick Adams...Tony Walters
Julia Meade...Marie
Allen Jenkins...Harry
Marcel Dalio...Pierot
Lee Patrick...Mrs. Walters
Mary McCarty...Nurse Resnick
Alex Gerry...Dr. Maxwell
Hayden Rorke...Mr. Conrad
Valerie Allen...Eileen
Jacqueline Beer...Yvette
Arlen Stuart...Tilda
more

SYNOPSIS:

Interior decorator Jan Morrow and composer Brad Allen share a phone line. Brad keeps the line occupied all day talking to his girlfriends, which annoys Jan terribly and animosity between them builds up. They however have never met and when by chance Brad sees Jan, he decides to add her to his list of conquests. Knowing however how she feels about him, he poses as an innocent Texan country boy named Rex Stetson to win her, a plan which seems to work. Written by Leon Wolters {wolters@strw.LeidenUniv.nl}

Brad Allen, a song writer, is being financed by Jonathan Forbes, millionaire Broadway producer who would like Jan Morrow to be his third wife. Brad doesn't know that the woman on his two-party phone line is Jan, an interior decorator who is irritated that every time she picks up the phone Brad is playing the same song to a different woman And then by chance Brad sees Jan. Jonathan has described her and he recognizes her voice in the next booth at a night club. He changes his name and accent to that of a visiting Texan. All pillow talk in the film, by the way, is over the phone. Written by Dale O'Connor {daleoc@interaccess.com}

TRIVIA:

  • In the diner scene near the end, the restaurant patrons were supposed to deck Tony Randall, who would fake a reaction to the blow and slide down "unconscious" in the booth seat. However, during filming the actor overestimated his hook and accidentally knocked out Randall for real. The shot wound up being so good that the accidental knockout is the one shown in the film.
  • This movie would be the first of three to showcase the trio of Doris Day, Rock Hudson and Tony Randall all together. It was followed by Lover Come Back (1961) and Send Me No Flowers (1964), with all three actors portraying different roles in each.
  • Julia Meade (Marie) did a commercial every Sunday night live on Ed Sullivan's show, Toast of the Town" (1948), in New York City. So every Saturday she flew back to New York City.
  • Towards the end of the movie Rock Hudson picks up Doris Day and carries her through the lobby and down the street. After many takes, Hudson's arms were hurting, so they created a sort of sling which held Day in a crate-like device and hooked over Hudson's shoulders to evenly distribute her weight.
  • Rock Hudson turned down the film three times, believing the script to be "too risky".
  • Michael Gordon had hoped to make a sequel to this film in 1980. It was to star Kristy McNichol as Jan and Brad Allen's daughter and Gregory Harrison as her boyfriend. Unfortunately, Gordon was unable to lure Doris Day out of retirement to make the film.
  • Spanish TV screened "Pillow Talk" on 20th July 1969 while everybody was waiting for the Apollo landing on the Moon. Suddenly, the film stopped and Spanish people could see the landing directly. The film was not reshown on TV until 1999, when Spanish viewers could, at last, see the ending!
  • Ross Hunter wrote that after he made this film, no theatre managers wanted to book it. Popular movie themes at the time were war films, westerns, or spectacles. Hunter was told by the big movie chains that sophisticated comedies like "Pillow Talk" went out with William Powell. They also believed Doris Day and Rock Hudson were things of the past and had been overtaken by newer stars. Hunter persuaded Sol Schwartz, who owned the Palace Theatre in New York, to book the film for a two-week run, and it was a smash hit. The public had been starved for romantic comedy, and theatre owners who had previously turned down Ross Hunter now had to deal with him on HIS terms.
  • Rock Hudson insisted he would not make the film unless Nick Adams was given a part.
  • In the diner scene near the end, the restaurant patrons were supposed to deck Tony Randall, who would fake a reaction to the blow and slide down "unconscious" in the booth seat. However, during filming the actor overestimated his hook and accidentally knocked out Randall for real. The shot wound up being so good that the accidental knockout is the one shown in the film.
  • This movie would be the first of three to showcase the trio of Doris Day, Rock Hudson and Tony Randall all together. It was followed by Lover Come Back (1961) and Send Me No Flowers (1964), with all three actors portraying different roles in each.
  • Julia Meade (Marie) did a commercial every Sunday night live on Ed Sullivan's show, Toast of the Town" (1948), in New York City. So every Saturday she flew back to New York City.
  • Towards the end of the movie Rock Hudson picks up Doris Day and carries her through the lobby and down the street. After many takes, Hudson's arms were hurting, so they created a sort of sling which held Day in a crate-like device and hooked over Hudson's shoulders to evenly distribute her weight.
  • Rock Hudson turned down the film three times, believing the script to be "too risky".
  • Michael Gordon had hoped to make a sequel to this film in 1980. It was to star Kristy McNichol as Jan and Brad Allen's daughter and Gregory Harrison as her boyfriend. Unfortunately, Gordon was unable to lure Doris Day out of retirement to make the film.
  • Spanish TV screened "Pillow Talk" on 20th July 1969 while everybody was waiting for the Apollo landing on the Moon. Suddenly, the film stopped and Spanish people could see the landing directly. The film was not reshown on TV until 1999, when Spanish viewers could, at last, see the ending!
  • Ross Hunter wrote that after he made this film, no theatre managers wanted to book it. Popular movie themes at the time were war films, westerns, or spectacles. Hunter was told by the big movie chains that sophisticated comedies like "Pillow Talk" went out with William Powell. They also believed Doris Day and Rock Hudson were things of the past and had been overtaken by newer stars. Hunter persuaded Sol Schwartz, who owned the Palace Theatre in New York, to book the film for a two-week run, and it was a smash hit. The public had been starved for romantic comedy, and theatre owners who had previously turned down Ross Hunter now had to deal with him on HIS terms.
  • Rock Hudson insisted he would not make the film unless Nick Adams was given a part.

 

PLEASE TAKE NOTE: Some of the Photographs are not "True" 8" x 10".  Some are a bit smaller and some are a bit larger.  Also there are some Photographs that are from overall smaller pictures.

Thank You for your time!

 


Updated: Friday, 08 December 2017 10:17
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