Monkey Business movie trailer - starring Cary Grant, Ginger Rogers, Marilyn Monroe, Charles Coburn, Hugh Marlowe, Robert Cornthwaite. Directed by Howard Hawks. Genre: Comedy
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Life story of Hall-of-Fame pitcher Grover Cleveland Alexander. Reagan portrays the hurler's success on the field and his battle with alcoholism off the field.
Monkey Business -- Hilarity ensues when a research chemist's chimp puts the chemist's fountain of youth potion in the water cooler, dosing both the chemist and his wife.
Monkey Business -- Trailer for this classic comedy starring Cary Grant and Ginger Rogers
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Marilyn Monroe, Cary Grant and Ginger Rogers star in this classic comedy about a chemist who discovers the secret of eternal youth. For years Dr. Barnaby Fulton (Grant) has been working on a youth-restoring serum with little success, until the day a chimpanzee gets loose in the lab and accidentally concocts the exact formula Fulton has been searching for. The hilarity begins when, unbeknownst to anyone, the chimpanzee pours it into the office water cooler. With each successive drink, everyone gets younger and younger. When Fulton's stunning secretary Lois (Monroe) and his lovely wife Edwina (Rogers) get a taste of the potion, the chemical reaction is explosive and hilarious fun!
Cary Grant and Ginger Rogers make a delicious screwball comedy team in this wacky film about a middle-aged bore who may have invented a youth serum.
Oscar-winners Spencer Tracy ("Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde," "Bad Day at Black Rock") and Katharine Hepburn ("The Philadelphia Story," "The African Queen") ignite the screen in this hilarious war of the sexes. Tracy is a gruff sports promoter who tries in vain to turn outspoken Hepburn into a competitive athlete. Things get delighfully complicated when they fall in love. An all-star supporting cast includes Jim Backus ("Gilligan's Island," "Rebel without a Cause"), Chuck Connors ("The Rifleman") and the screen debut of Charles Bronson ("The Dirty Dozen," "Death Wish"). Directed by Oscar-winner George Cukor ("My Fair Lady") and nominated for Best Story.
Bio-pic of baseball legend Grover Cleveland Alexander, who became a star despite an early career handicap.
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