Some Like It Hot
Running Time: 120 mins.
Two male musicians join an all-female band to flee the mob in Billy Wilder's all-time slapstick comedy classic "Some Like it Hot" (1959). Two schmoes (Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon) who witness the St. Valentine's Day massacre don drag and join an all-girl band on a train out of town. But when one of the guys falls for ukulele-playing Sugar (Marilyn Monroe at her best) and the other is hit on by an un-swayable millionaire, thing get complicated in a hurry. One of the most enjoyable movies ever to hit the screen.
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