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Pillow Talk: exclusive artwork

It's been over fifty years since the blockbuster film Pillow Talk, starring Doris Day and Rock Hudson, first came onto our film screens and this May the all-singing romantic comedy is back. Re-issued on Digibook Blu-ray for the first time since 1959 and with all of the original elements restored, thousands of new viewers will be able to see the Oscar-winning movie for the first time, complete with timeless tunes and scene-stealing performances.

To celebrate, we've got our hands on some exclusive artwork from the original film. From vintage prints to Pop Art-inspired posters, they bring the golden era of cinema to life in wonderful detail. Simply click on an image to launch the gallery and let us know your thoughts on Twitter or in the comments section below.

Pillow Talk is released on Limited Edition Digibook Blu-ray on 7 May to celebrate Universal Pictures’ 100th Anniversary

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