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Some like it hot (Motion picture : 1959)

Curtis and Lemmon, on the run after witnessing the St. Valentine's massacre, masquerade in drag as members of an all-girl band.

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  • "Manche mögen's heiß"
  • "Certains l'aiment chaud"@en
  • "Certains l'aiment chaud"
  • "熱情如火"
  • "Manche mögens heiß"
  • "A qualcuno piace caldo"@it
  • "Pół żartem, pół serio"
  • "Re qing ru huo"
  • "Re qing ru huo"@en
  • "Not Tonight, Josephine!"

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  • "Curtis and Lemmon, on the run after witnessing the St. Valentine's massacre, masquerade in drag as members of an all-girl band."@en
  • "When Chicage musicians Joe (Tony Curtis) and Jerry (Jack Lemmon) accidentally witness a gangland shooting, they quickly board a southbound train to Florida, disguised as Josephine and Daphne, the two newest -- and homeliest -- members of an all-girl jazz band. Their cover is perfect ... until a lovelorn singer (Marilyn Monroe) falls for "Josephine," and ancient playboy (Joe E. Brown) falls for "Daphne," and a mob boss (George Raft) refuses to fall for their hoax!"@en
  • "En 1929, 2 musiciens de jazz, Joe et Jerry, sont par hasard témoins de meurtres commis par la pègre de Chicago. Pour fuir les bandits qui veulent leur mort, ils se travestissent en femmes et joignent un orchestre féminin en route vers la Floride. Ce déguisement engendre plusieurs situations cocasses et l'arrivée des gangsters à Miami complique la délicate position des "musiciennes", Joe tombe en amour avec la soliste de l'orchestre et Jerry est poursuivi par un jeune millionnaire séduit par ses charmes..."
  • "After a couple of less than second rate musicians witness a gangland murder, they escape the murderers by dressing up as women and joining an all female band. The non-stop, outrageous antics of the characters and the wild plot combine to make this a great comedy."
  • "Two unemployed musicians involuntarily witness the St. Valentine's Day Massacre and are forced to escape the Gang Boss, Spats Colombo. Disguised as women, they join a female jazz band headed for Florida. This comedy, both slapstick and sophisticated, is noteworthy for its fast dialogue and dextrous cutting. (Does not circulate)."
  • "In order to escape retaliation after they witness a gangland murder, two unemployed musicians disguise themselves as women and join an all-girl band headed to Miami."@en
  • "Feature film from the USA. Comedy. Two musicians on the run from The Mob join an all-girl band but find living as women brings unwelcome complications."
  • "Two unemployed musicians accidently witness the St. Valentine's Day Massacre and flee to Miami disguised as female musicians in an all-female jazz band. Marilyn Monroe is a ukulele-playing singer in the band."@en
  • "Two unemployed musicians accidentally witness the St. Valentine's Day Massacre and flee to Miami disguised as female musicians in an all-girl band."@en
  • "Billy Wilder directs this critically acclaimed classic comedy starring Marilyn Monroe, Jack Lemmon and Tony Curtis. In February 1929, unemployed musicians Joe (Curtis) and Jerry (Lemmon) go on the run after witnessing the St Valentine's Day Massacre. Pursued by gangsters led by the ruthless Spats Colombo (George Raft), the duo are forced to disguise themselves as women and join Sweet Sue (Joan Shawlee)'s all-girl band on the next train to Florida. Joe falls for Sugar Kane (Monroe), the band's singer, while Jerry finds himself pur."@en
  • "On the run musicians disguise themselves as women and join a singer in an all-female jazz band in order to escape the mob."@en
  • "Curtis and Lemmon, on the run after witnessing the St. Valentine's massacre, masquerade in drag as members of an all-girl band. A satiric mix of slapstick and screwball comedy, this film is a tribute to American naivete and, for a mainstream film made in the fifties, exceptionally open in its treatment of androgyny. Curtis, with the image of a glamour drag queen, retains his heterosexual orientation but becomes more sympathetic, sincere and loving as a direct result of his experience. Lemmon, a campy transvestite, comes to totally identify with his role as a woman which produces one of the great final lines in screen comedy. Wilder's film shows the influence of Howard Hawks' comedies, most notably Scarface and I Was a Male War Bride with Curtis recalling Cary Grant in screwball comedies. Wilder plays with the motif of the sexually aggressive female and shy male."@en
  • "Curtis and Lemmon, on the run after witnessing the St. Valentine's massacre, masquerade in drag as members of an all-girl band. A satiric mix of slapstick and screwball comedy, this film is a tribute to American naivete and, for a mainstream film made in the fifties, exceptionally open in its treatment of androgyny. Curtis, with the image of a glamour drag queen, retains his heterosexual orientation but becomes more sympathetic, sincere and loving as a direct result of his experience. Lemmon, a campy transvestite, comes to totally identify with his role as a woman which produces one of the great final lines in screen comedy. Wilder's film shows the influence of Howard Hawks' comedies, most notably Scarface and I Was a Male War Bride with Curtis recalling Cary Grant in screwball comedies. Wilder plays with the motif of the sexually aggressive female and shy male."
  • "Two unemployed musicians accidentally witness the St. Valentine's Day Massacre and flee to Miami disguised as girl musicians."@en
  • "Two unemployed musicians, witnesses to a Chicago murder, disguise themselves as women and join an all-girl band headed to Miami to escape gangster's retaliation."@en
  • "Curtis and Lemmon, on the run after witnessing the St. Valentine's massacre, masquerade in drag as members of an all-girl band. A satiric mix of slapstick and screwball comedy, this film is a tribute to American naivete and, for a mainstream film made in the fifties, exceptionally open in its treatment of androgyny. Curtis, with the image of a glamour drag queen, retains his heterosexual orientation but becomes more sympathetic, sincere and loving as a direct result of his experience. Lemmon, a campy transvestite, comes to totally identify with his role as a woman which produces one of the great final lines in screen comedy. Wilder's film shows the influence of Howard Hawks' comedies, most notably Scarface and I Was a Male War Bride with Curtis recalling Cary Grant in screwbll comedies. Wilder plays with the motif of the sexually aggressive female and shy male."@en
  • "Two unemployed musicians, witnesses to a Chicago murder, disguise themselves as girls and join an all-girl band headed for Miami to escape gangster's retaliation."
  • "Comédie loufoque. En 1929, deux musiciens de jazz sont témoins d'un meurtre commis par la pègre de Chicago ; Pour fuir, ils se travestissent et se joignent à un orchestre féminin. Avec Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis, Jack Lemmon."
  • "Two unemployed musicians witness the St. Valentine's Day massacre in Chicago. They disguise as women and join an all-girl band headed for Miami to escape the gangsters' retalliation."@en
  • "Two unemployed musicians accidentally witness the St. Valentine's Day Massacre, after which they flee to Miami disguised as female musicians."
  • "Two unemployed musicians accidentally witness the St. Valentine's Day Massacre, after which they flee to Miami disguised as female musicians."@en
  • "Two unemployed muscians accidently witness the St. Valentine's Day Massacre and flee to Miami disguised as female musicians in an all-female jazz band. Marilyn Monroe is a ukulele-playing singer in the band."@en
  • "The launching pad for Billy Wilder's comedy classic was a rusty old German farce, Fanfares of Love, whose two main characters were male musicians so desperate to get a job that they disguise themselves as women and play with an all-girl band in gangster-dominated 1929 Chicago. In this version, musicians Joe (Tony Curtis) and Jerry (Jack Lemmon) lose their jobs when a speakeasy owned by mob boss Spats Columbo (George Raft) is raided by prohibition agent Mulligan (Pat O'Brien). Several weeks later, on February 14th, Joe and Jerry get a job perfroming in Urbana and end up witnessing a gangland massacre in a parking garage. Fearing that they will be next on the mobsters' hit lists, Joe devises an ingenious plan for disguising their identities. Soon they are all dolled up and performing as Josephine and Daphne in Sweet Sue's all-girl orchestra. En route to Florida by train with Sweet Sue's band, the boys (girls?) make the acquaintance of Sue's lead singer Sugar Kane (Marilyn Monroe, in what may be her best performance). Joe and Jerry immediately fall in love, though of course their new feminine identities prevent them from acting on their desires. Still, they are determined to woo her, and they enact an elaborate series of gender-bending ruses complicated by the fact that flirtatious millionaire Osgood Fielding (Joe E. Brown) has fallen in love with "Daphne." The plot gets even thicker when Spats Columbo and his boys show up in Florida. Nominated for several Oscars, Some Like It Hot ended up the biggest moneymaking comedy up to 1959. Full of hilarious set pieces and movie in-jokes, it has not tarnished with time and in fact seems to get better with each passing year, as its cross-dressing humor keeps it only more and more up-to-date."
  • "When Chicago musicians Joe and Jerry witness a gangland murder they realize that their only escape is to dress as women and join an all-girls band on the way to a tour of Florida."
  • "When Chicago musicians Joe and Jerry witness a gangland murder they realize that their only escape is to dress as women and join an all-girls band on the way to a tour of Florida."@en
  • "After witnessing the St. Valentine's Day Massacre, two jazz musicians disguise themselves as women and join an all girls band in order to hide out; but then a real girl comes in between them."
  • "After witnessing the St. Valentine's Day Massacre, two jazz musicians disguise themselves as women and join an all girls band in order to hide out; but then a real girl comes in between them."@en
  • "A comedy about two musicians who witness the St. Valentine 's Day massacre and then try to elude their pursuers by joining an all-girl band heading for Miami."@en
  • "When Lemmon and Curtis witness a gangland murder they realize that their only escape is to dress as women and join an all-girls band on the way to a tour of Florida. Monroe is the lead singer of the band, and Brown is an eccentric millionaire who falls in love with Lemmon (as a woman)."
  • ""When Chicago musicians Joe and Jerry accidentally witness a gangland shooting they quickly board a southbound train to Florida, disguised as Josephine and Daphne, the two newest and homliest members of an all-girl jazz band. Their cover is perfect ... until a lovelorn singer falls for 'Josephine', an ancient playboy falls for 'Daphne', and a mob boss refuses to fall for their hoax!" [box cover note]."@en
  • "Two musicians in drag (Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon) dodge mobsters until a singer (Monroe) falls for one of them!"
  • ""When Chicago musicians Joe and Jerry accidentally witness a gangland shooting they quickly board a southbound train to Florida, disguised as Josephine and Daphne, the two newest and homliest members of an all-girl jazz band. Their cover is perfect ... until a lovelorn singer falls for 'Josephine', an ancient playboy falls for 'Daphne', and a mob boss refuses to fall for their hoax!" [box cover note]."
  • "Twee muzikanten in 1929 op de vlucht voor gangsters sluiten zich aan bij een All Girl Band op weg naar Miami."
  • "A madcap adventure when Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon join an all-girl jazz band disguised as "girls" because they witnessed a gangland shooting--what fun!"@en
  • "Two men disguise themselves as women to join an all female band headed for Miami. They were unemployed musicians and unwitting witnesses to a Chicago gang murder."
  • "Two unemployed muscians accidently witness the St. Valentine's Day Massacre and flee to Miami disguised as female musicians."@en
  • "Two unemployed muscians accidently witness the St. Valentine's Day Massacre and flee to Miami disguised as female musicians."
  • "On the run musicians disguise themselves as women and join a singer in an all-female jazz band in order to escape the mob. Bonus features include documentary, featurette, photo gallery, and much more!"@en
  • "When Chicago musicians Joe and Jerry witness a gangland murder, they realize that their only escape is to dress as women and join an all-girls band on the way to a tour of Florida."@en
  • "Chicago 1929. Gamaschen-Colombo, Anführer einer Gangsterbande, hat soeben einen Verräter "beseitigt". Dumm für die beiden arbeitslosen Musiker Joe und Jerry, dass sie unfreiwillig dem Massaker zusehen mussten. Um den rücksichtslosen Gangstern zu entkommen, verkleiden sie sich als Frauen und heuern bei einer Mädchenkapelle an. Diese ist gerade auf dem Weg ins sonnige Florida. Dass sich die beiden "Damen" als solche recht wohl fühlen, dafür sorgt die unmittelbare Nähe von Sugar. Sie ist die alles betörende Ukulelespielerin der Band. Verständlich, dass es nicht allzu lange dauert, bis sich eine der beiden gehörig in Sugar verliebt. Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis und Jack Lemmon in einer Billy-Wilder-Komödie, die bis heute in ihrer Mischung aus rasantem Witz, Sarkasmus und Einfallsreichtum unerreicht bleibt. Ein wahrer Klassiker. (DVD-Hülle)."
  • "Two unemployed musicians, witnesses to a Chicago murder, disguise themselves as girls and join an all-girl band headed for Miami to escape gangsters' retaliation."
  • "Curtis and Lemmon, on the run after witnessing the St. Valentine's massacre, masquerade in drag as members of an all-girl band. A satiric mix of slapstick and screwball comedy, this film is a tribute to American naivete and, for a mainstream film made in the fifties, exceptionally open in its treatment of androgyny. Curtis, with the image of a glamour drag queen, retains his heterosexual orientation but becomes more sympathetic, sincere and loving as a direct result of his experience. Lemmon, a campy transvestite, comes to totally identify with his role as a woman which produces one of the great final lines in screen comedy. Wilder's film shows the influence of Howard Hawks' comedies, most notably Scarface and I Was a Male War Bride with Curtis recalling Cary Grant in screwball comedies. Wilder plays with the motif of the sexually aggressive female and shy male. DVD."@en
  • "Legendary comedy by Wilder and I.A.L. Diamond about two musicians who witness the St. Valentine's Day Massacre and try to elude their pursuers by joining an all-girl band heading for Miami."@en
  • "An outlandish story of two down-and-out musicians who escape irate Chicago mobsters by disguising themselves as women and joining a female jazz band."@en
  • "Two unemployed musicians accidently witness the St. Valentine's Day Massacre and flee to Miami disguised as female musicians."@en
  • "Témoins inopinés d'un réglement de compte perpétré par la Mafia, deux musiciens de Chicago, Joe et Jerry, se voient contraints d'intégrer un groupe de jazz féminin sous les traits de Joséphine et Daphné. Leur couverture est parfaite jusqu'à ce que "Joséphine" tombe amoureuse d'une chanteuse, Sugar, qu'un ancien playboy s'éprenne de "Daphné" et qu'un parrain de la Mafia décide de les éliminer !"
  • "En 1929, 2 musiciens de jazz, Joe et Jerry, sont par hasard témoins de meurtres commis par la pègre de Chicago. Pour fuir les bandits qui veulent leur mort, ils se travestissent en femmes et joignent un orchestre féminin en route vers la Floride. Ce déguisement engendre plusieurs situations cocasses et l'arrivée des gangsters à Miami complique la délicate position des "musiciennes", Joe tombe en amour avec la soliste de l'orchestre et Jerry est poursuivi par un jeune millionnaire séduit par ses charmes ..."
  • "Two unemployed musicians accidentally witness the St. Valentine's Day Massacre and must flee to Miami disguised as girl musicians."
  • "Two unemployed musicians accidently witness the St. Valentine's Day Massacre and flee to Miami, posing as women in an all-female band."
  • "Two men hide from pursuers by posing as women in an all-female band."@en
  • "On-the-run musicians disguise themselves as women and join a singer in an all-female jazz band in order to escape the mob."
  • "On-the-run musicians disguise themselves as women and join a singer in an all-female jazz band in order to escape the mob."@en
  • "Two unemployed musicians accidentally witness the St. Valentine's Day Massacre and flee to Miami, posing as women in an all-female band."
  • "Two unemployed musicians accidentally witness the St. Valentine's Day Massacre and flee to Miami disguised as female musicians. Commentary, theatrical trailer and interview with Jack Lemmon."@en
  • "Twee muzikanten in de jaren twintig op de vlucht voor gangsters sluiten zich aan bij een All Girl Band op weg naar Miami."
  • "Two unemployed musicians accidentally witness the St. Valentine's Massacre and flee to Miami disguised as members of an all-girl band."
  • "In order to escape retaliation after they witness a gangland murder, two unemployed musicians disguise themselves as women and join an all-girl band headed to Miami. En route, one falls for the band's lovelorn singer, who thinks she loves an aged playboy. Their cover is blown by his love interest and by a mob boss, who refuses to fall for their hoax."@en
  • "Two men, sought by the mob, disguise themselves as girls and then fall in love which makes for a crazy comedy."@en
  • "Curtis and Lemmon, on the run after witnessing the St. Valentine's massacre, masquerade in drag as members of an all-girl band. A satiric mix of slapstick and screwball comedy, this film is a tribute to American naivete and, for a mainstream film made in the fifties, exceptionally open in its treatment of androgyny. Curtis, with the image of a glamour drag queen, retains his heterosexual orientation but becomes more sympathetic, sincere and loving as a direct result of his experience. Lemmon, the campy transvestite, comes to totally identify with his role as a woman which produces one of the great final lines in screen comedy. Wilder's film shows the influence of Howard Hawks' comedies, most notably Scarface and I Was a Male War Bride with Curtis recalling Cary Grant in the screwball comedies. Wilder plays with the motif of the sexually aggressive female and shy male."@en
  • "Joe y Jerry, dos músicos que se ven involucrados en un delito, solo tienen una salida, y es vestirse como mujeres y unirse a una banda musical femenina que va de gira por Florida. Allí los problemas no dejarán de florecer."
  • "Due jazzisti spiantati, testimoni involontari del Massacro di San Valentino, per sfuggire ai gangster che li vogliono eliminare si nascondono in un'orchestra tutta femminile in partenza per una tournée in Florida. (Mereghetti)."@it
  • "Two unemployed musicians accidently witness the St. Valentine's Day Massacre and flee to Miami disguised as female musicians in an all-girl band."
  • "Set during Prohibition, two men, sought by the mob, disguise themselves as girls and join a female jazz band. When they fall in love complications naturallly ensue, which makes for a crazy comedy."@en
  • "Two unemployed musicians accidentally witness the St. Valentine's Day Massacre and flee to Miami disguised as women musicians in an all-girl band."
  • "Two unemployed musicians accidentally witness the St. Valentine's Day Massacre and flee to Miami disguised as women musicians in an all-girl band."@en
  • "Two unemployed musicians accidentally witness the St. Valentine's Day Massacre and flee to Miami disguised as female musicians."@en
  • "Some like it hot is not only one of Billy Wilder's funniest satires but is one of the greatest of all film comedies. When."
  • "Two unemployed musicians accidentally witness the St. Valentine's Day Massacre and flee to Miami disguised as female musicians."

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  • "Ingen er fuldkommen"
  • "Some like it hot (Motion picture : 1959)"
  • "Some like it hot (Motion picture : 1959)"@en
  • "Some like it hot"@en
  • "Some like it hot"
  • "Some like it hot"@it
  • "Some like it hot (film)"
  • "Some Like it Hot"@en
  • "Some like it hot (Certains l'aiment chaud)"
  • "Some like it hot (Film)"
  • "Some like it hot (Pel·lícula cinematogràfica)"
  • "Some like it hot (Motion picture)"@en
  • "Some like it hot (Motion picture)"
  • "Some like it hot [Certains l'aiment chaud]"
  • "Some like it hot Con faldas y a lo loco"
  • "Some like it hot certains l'aiment chaud"
  • "Some like it hot = Pół żartem, pół serio"
  • "Some like it hot [video]"
  • "Some like it hot ertains l'aiment chaud"
  • "Some Like It Hot"@en
  • "Some Like It Hot"
  • "Some like it hot Certains l'aiment chaud"
  • "Some like it hot Certains l'aiment chaud"@en
  • "Some like it hot = A qualcuno piace caldo"@it
  • "[Some like it hot]"@en
  • "Some Like It Hot, by Billy Wilder & I. A. L. Diamond"
  • "Some like it hot Manche mögen's heiss"

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