Sunday in New York (1963) was a Comedy - Romance Film directed by Peter Tewksbury and produced by Everett Freeman.
On Blu-ray: Jane Fonda and Rod Taylor Sizzle in Sunday in New York (1963)By KC on Jul 28, 2020 From Classic Movies
Sunday in New York (1963) is full of men deeply and ridiculously occupied with preserving the virtue of one woman. You could say it’s of its time, though that’s not entirely true. The elements of the film that haven’t aged well are much less cringe worthy because of a well-matched ... Read full article
Um Domingo em Nova York (1963) / Sunday in New York (1963)By L? on Feb 13, 2019 From Critica Retro
Um Domingo em Nova York (1963) / Sunday in New York (1963) “Um Domingo em Nova York” ? uma com?dia rom?ntica que se passa na Big Apple. Tamb?m ? um filme com um dos melhores meet-cutes – aqueles momentos fofos em que um casal se v? pela primeira vez – de todos os temp... Read full article
Sunday in New York (1963)By 4 Star Film Fan on Jul 9, 2018 From 4 Star Films
It would appear that a film like Sunday in New York would never exist today. First, it’s obviously rooted in a stage play and it functions with the kind of moments you might expect out of some of Neil Simon’s works around New York though this particular story was crafted from a play by l... Read full article
Sunday in New York (1963)By Beatrice on Dec 15, 2017 From Flickers in Time
Sunday in New York Directed by Peter Tewksbury Written by Norman Krasna from his play 1963/USA Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer First viewing/Amazon Instant Adam Tyler: That’s the loophole! Sleeping! Jane Fonda grapples with her virginity in this early sixties romcom. Twenty-two year Eileen Tyler (Fonda... Read full article
Sunday in New York (1963)on Nov 28, 2014 From Journeys in Classic Film
Ten years after the landmark film The Moon is Blue?marked the erosion of the Hollywood Production Code, several films continued pushing at the boundaries of the sex comedy. Many simply relied on an absence of tact, presuming that sex comedies need nothing more than talking about the act bluntly or s... Read full article
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Eileen Tyler: Are you ready?
Adam Tyler: Shoot.
Eileen Tyler: Is a girl that's been going around with a fellow for a reasonable length of time is supposed to go to the bed with him or not?
Adam Tyler: What kind of question is that to ask?
Mike Mitchell: I'm very good at looking for brothers.
Eileen Tyler: Well...
Mike Mitchell: Two heads are better than one, you know... didn't know I had two heads did you?
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Pat Stanley was nominated for the 1962 Tony Award (New York City) for Supporting or Features Actress in a Drama for "Sunday in New York".
Despite signs that read Idlewild International Airport, the airport scenes were filmed at the clearly recognizable Los Angeles International Airport, including the long corridor of mosaic tile that Cliff Robertson runs down, and - reflected in a window of a door when Robertson leaves the terminal and walks downstairs to the tarmac - the famous Theme Building.
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