Dir. Billy Wilder (1955).
The Production Code didn’t accept adultery as a subject for comedy, so Wilder’s labored screen version of the Broadway hit play is a film about adulterated adultery, mostly memorable for the famous shot of Marilyn Monroe on a New York subway grating with her billowy white skirt flying.
Sat., Jan. 2, 1:30, 5:40 & 9:50 p.m., 2010
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