SOME LIKE IT HOT
REVIEWED BY SIMON ROUND
YOU HAVE seen the film, now you can read the book — screen legend Tony Curtis’s account of the making of one of the most famous and loved comedies of all time — Some Like it Hot.
The film brought together some of the icons of post-war cinema — Curtis himself, Jack Lemmon, director Billy Wilder and, most notably, Marilyn Monroe, whose involvement in any film was almost invariably a drama in itself.
This was certainly the case in this movie. In a hugely entertaining read, Curtis, with the help of writer Mark A