Monday night’s RBC film club showing of the Billy Wilder comedy Some Like it Hot (1959) was to commemorate the death of American film actor Tony Curtis that took place on the 29th September 2010 at his Nevada home. It was the film studio Universal that changed the stars name from Bernie Schwartz to Anthony Curtis later to become Tony. He started his film career as glamorous pin up but went on to make some remarkable movies mainly between Trapeze in 1956 and The Outsider in 1961. This period also included tonight film along with Sweet Smell of Success 1957, The Vikings 1956, The Defiant Ones 1958 and Spartacus 1960. There were other films of note but they become far and few between.