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Some Like It Hot (1959)

Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis, Jack Lemmon, George Raft, Pat O'Brien, Joe E. Brown, Nehemiah Persoff, Joan Shawlee, Billy Gray, George E. Stone
Sigmund Freud
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Hearse with coffin and flowers. (0:01)

The chief tells henchmen pretending to be funeral parlor workers, "That's because I've been on the wagon." (0:05)

Talent agent Poliakoff, referring to a musician: "Now she’s in bed with nervous collapse!"
Bandleader Sue: ”Oh, those idiot broads!”
Poliakoff, referring to musician Rosemary: ”Slashed her wrists when Valentino died.”
Sue: "We might as well all slash our wrists if we don’t find two dames by tonight." (0:14)

Female impersonators: Daphne and Josephine. (0:24)

Josephine asks Daphne and singer Sugar, "They repealed Prohibition?" (1:05)

Saxophonist Joe tells Sugar, "I spent six months in Vienna with Professor Freud, flat on my back... hypnosis... If I wasn't such a coward I'd kill myself."
Sugar: "I may not be Dr. Freud..." (1:22)

Joe: "Gerry, you're out of your mind." (1:32)

Daphne asks Joe, "Are you crazy or something?" (1:45)

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