a flower bed in which roses are growing
an Expression of Love, Sometimes, one small gesture is all it takes
Bed of Roses is a 1996 romance film that starred Mary Stuart Masterson and Christian Slater. It was written and directed by Michael Goldenberg. Slater plays a florist named Lewis who falls in love with Lisa, played by Masterson.
Bed of Roses (1933) is an extremely bawdy pre-Hayes Code comedy featuring Constance Bennett and Pert Kelton (the original "Alice" in Jackie Gleason's The Honeymooners) as a pair of rollickingly wanton prostitutes who occasionally get hapless male admirers drunk before robbing them, at least until the girls are caught and thrown back into jail. Laced with amazing and amusingly witty dialogue as well as scenes that would never be allowed after the adoption of the Hayes Code, the film also features Joel Mc Crea as the skipper of a small cotton boat who fishes Bennett's character out of the river after she's dived off a ship to escape capture. Directed by Gregory La Cava.
"Bed of Roses" is a rock song released by Bon Jovi in 1993, taken from the album Keep the Faith. The song's power ballad style made it a worldwide hit, and it demonstated the band's new, more mature sound after their success as a hair metal band in the 80's.
Bed of Roses is an Australian drama television series which is scheduled to screen in 2007 on the ABC. It was created by Mark Ruse (Kath & Kim, The Games) and Stephen Luby (Crackejack). The series contains six one-hour episodes.