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Pillow to Post
This is my all time favourite movie because it leaves me with such a wonderful feeling due to the romantic comedy it portrays. Ida Lupino is perfect in this role and quite attractive. I can't wait for this movie to be released on DVD so I can watch it again and share it with friends.
A Hidden Treasure
I saw this movie a few years ago on TCM and loved it--a light-hearted comedy with two of my favorite actors, William Prince & Ida Lupino. Please make this treasure available on DVD.
Pillow to Post Such an awesome movie
- Tina Moothart
I so wish this would be played again. such a funny, clean movie I could watch over and over for days!
Love this movie~!
It was on late one night and I could not help but stay up till 2am to finish it. It is such a sweet, funny, romantic comedy. Finally a movie that occurs during a war that is not depressing. I wish so very much that they sold this on dvd. I have looked everywhere and no one has it. I would buy it in a second~! I wish I could see it again and again~!
Pillow to Post (1945)
- Celia Trimboli
Great screwball comedy. Rarely shown. Please release to DVD very soon.
One of the best comedy classics of all time
- joan porcell
This is by far one of the best all time comedy classics. The movie is really funny and very quick. I can't believe it is not out on dvd yet. I could watch this movie over and over.
What a treat
I was not expecting this movie to be this good. It was funny and quick, William Prince was handsome, and Willie Best as Lucille was hilarious. I love this movie 20 minutes into it and wish it was out on DVD! It's definitely worth the watch.
A real delight to watch
Ever since the "Bard" there have been comedies about mistaken identities and misunderstandings, and this one makes use of World War 2 and the crowded trailer parks that surrounded army bases. It is light fun, not earth-shattering, but an enjoyable way to pass 90 minutes. Too bad more movies are not made like this today.
Cute & Fun
- Barbara Connelly
I remembered seeing this on TV years ago and, thankfully, had a chance to videotape it a few years ago. I love the genre and it is a really fun movie. Ida Lupino was really cute. Loved the line when he admired her short nightie and said "I guess it gives you more freedom" - her reply "Well, that's what we're fighting for, isn't it?" Hope it comes out on DVD - would love to have a good copy. "Satchmo" makes an appearance.
A Great Unknown
This is such a great movie. I can hardly wait for it to come out on Dvd, because this is one you want to watch over and over. It is a surprisingly great comedy & love story. I am surprised I had never heard of such a great film, it is a hidden gem. I only hope that TCM will play it again before too long, it has been over a year since I have seen this movie, but I scan over the schedule of showings, hoping to be lucky enough to catch it again.