Maurice Richlin


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Pillow Talk (1959) -- (Movie Clip) Title Song Cute graphics, the leading lady with the title tune by Buddy Pepper and Inez James, to Doris Day in the blue negligee and leading man Rock Hudson introducing the premise and the graphic gimmick, off to a rollicking start in their first picture together, in Pillow Talk, 1959.
Pillow Talk (1959) -- (Movie Clip) Has He Made Immoral Overtures? Joining infuriated party-line customer Jan (Doris Day), we meet her ever hung-over maid Alma (Thelma Ritter) then the phone company man (Hayden Rorke), following just the first encounter with the leading man (Rock Hudson) she hasn't yet met, in Pillow Talk, 1959.
Come September (1961) -- (Movie Clip) Earliest Consumation The opening having shown the arrival of American tycoon Robert (Rock Hudson) in Milan, we meet Lisa (Gina Lollobrigida), whom we surmise is his one-month-per-year mistress, who has made plans without him, in the 1961 hit Come September, also starring Bobby Darin and Sandra Dee.
Come September (1961) -- (Movie Clip) She's A Beaut! En route from Milan to his villa at Portofino, American tycoon Robert (Rock Hudson) has a series of encounters with snarky fellow Yanks, college men, Bobby Darin as Tony, Joel Grey as “Beagle,” with Ronnie Haran and Chris Seitz, early in Come September, 1961.
Come September (1961) -- (Movie Clip) Analysis Would Help Him! Rich American Robert (Rock Hudson) hasn’t quite realized that butler Maurice (Walter Slezak) has turned his Italian villa into a hotel in his absence, and he’s still obfuscating when chaperone Brenda de Banzie and psych student Sandy (Sandra Dee) appear, in Come September, 1961.
Pink Panther, The (1964) -- (Movie Clip) -- Flair For The Dramatic Inspector Clouseau (Peter Sellers) with hotel managers, then the "Phantom" himself, Sir Charles (David Niven), with Princess Dahla (Claudia Cardinale) owner of the famed jewel, in Blake Edwards' The Pink Panther, 1964.
Pink Panther, The (1964) -- (Movie Clip) -- Perhaps Another Blanket Suave Inspector Clouseau (Peter Sellers) attempting to accommodate his finicky wife Simone (Capucine), who schemes behind his back, a famous scene from Blake Edwards' The Pink Panther, 1964.
Pillow Talk (1959) -- (Movie Clip) Bedroom Problems Interior decorator Jan (Doris Day) explains to again worse-for-wear maid Alma (Thelma Ritter) that her complaint to the phone company about her party-line partner (Rock Hudson as songwriter Brad) has failed, when he calls, their second indirect meeting, in Pillow Talk, 1959.
Pillow Talk (1959) -- (Movie Clip) That's What All My Wives Said We learn that zillionaire Jonathan (Tony Randall), smitten customer of the dishy interior decorator played by Doris Day, is also the college pal and Broadway financier of songwriter Brad (Rock Hudson), with whom she's at war over their party-line, in Pillow Talk, 1959.
Pink Panther, The (1964) -- (Movie Clip) Meanwhile In Paris Capucine, her character not introduced, flees a crime scene, followed by the first appearance of Peter Sellers, as "Inspector Clouseau," director Blake Edwards framing the story in the first film in the series, The Pink Panther, 1964.
Soldier In The Rain (1963) -- (Movie Clip) Being A Fat Narcissist Sgt. Clay (Steve McQueen) delivers a cleaning detail to his chosen role-model Master Sgt. Slaughter (Jackie Gleason), the two then trading new underwear for wisdom, in Soldier In The Rain, 1963, Ralph Nelson directing from the William Goldman novel.
Soldier In The Rain (1963) -- (Movie Clip) He's Stupid Enough Opening with star Steve McQueen as marine Eustis, twang turned up to ten, with buddy Meltzer (Tony Bill), then butting heads with M-P's Lenahan (Lew Gallo) and Priest (Ed Nelson), screenplay by Maurice Richlin and Blake Edwards from William Goldman's novel, in Soldier In The Rain, 1963.