Pillow Talk (1959): Singing in the Bar

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The clip Singing in the bar from Pillow Talk (1959) There's our man. Yes, I know him. I can handle it from...
The clip Singing in the bar from Pillow Talk (1959) There's our man. Yes, I know him. I can handle it from here. Need a light, cowboy? When are you leaving for the range? That's up to you. You've got 2 minutes. Oo this nice and clean, so no one's embarrassed. When she gets back, you'll say goodbye. You'll put her in a cab. And we'll go home and you'll pack. Where am I going? Connecticut. My summer house is perfect for writing songs. No phone and 20 miles to the nearest girl. Looks like I haven't much choice. Sure looks like it. Remember, I'll be watching you. Ma'am. Hello. I'm sure going to miss you, leaving New York and all. You're leaving? Yeah. When? Tonight. I have to mosey up to Connecticut. Oidn't I tell you? No. No. This friend of mine, a business associate, has a house up there and he nearly forced me to use it. I just couldn't refuse him. Why must you...? I may be buying the place... I kind of want to get the feel of it.
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