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  1. (Originaltitel: What’s New Pussycat?) ist eine Filmkomödie von Clive Donner aus dem Jahr 1965. Für den Komiker und späteren Regisseur Woody Allen war die Komödie das Filmdebüt als Schauspieler; zudem war das Drehbuch sein erstes, das auch produziert wurde.

  2. Drawn by the then-hot O'Toole (this was his second film after Lawrence of Arabia, 1962) and the promise of unfettered sexuality, they made What's New, Pussycat? a hit. The title song scored an Oscar nomination and spent ten weeks on the charts, topping at number two. The film's title even became a popular catchphrase, which drew more people ...

  3. What’s New Pussycat? ist ein Lied, das im Jahr 1965 von Burt Bacharach und Hal David für den gleichnamigen Film geschrieben wurde. Das Lied wurde in der Version von Tom Jones [1] für einen Oscar in der Kategorie Bester Song nominiert.

  4. What's New Pussycat? is a 1965 screwball comedy film directed by Clive Donner, written by Woody Allen in his first produced screenplay, and starring Allen in his acting debut, along with Peter Sellers, Peter O'Toole, Romy Schneider, Capucine, Paula Prentiss, and Ursula Andress.

  5. What’s new pussycat? Well, for a start it is new, a world premiere in fact; it is refreshing, colourful, 60s powered with a touch of psychedelia; it has the pace of an Olympic sprinter, more style than a Versace warehouse, (other designer labels are available); it is witty, clever and above all enormous fun, making even feel good feel good.

  6. Hot Legs Lyrics by Tina Turner from the What's New Pussycat [Pazzazz] album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more: Who's that knockin' on my door? It's gotta be a quarter to four. Is it you again, comin' round for more? Well, you c…

  7. “What’s New Pussycat?” was created for a certain movie and more particularly a character that was played by Peter Sellers of Pink Panther fame. Readers familiar with Sellers know that he was a comedic actor. And likewise the lyrics were designed to be to be lighthearted in nature, i.e. not the type to be taken too seriously.