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Monkey Business

Released September 05, 2014
3.6 /5 by Netflix users

Director:

Howard Hawks

Starring:

Cary Grant , Ginger Rogers , Charles Coburn , Marilyn Monroe , Hugh Marlowe

  • Sadie Pacillo

    Monkey Business (1952) Cary Grant and Ginger Rogers make a delicious screwball comedy team in this caper directed by Howard Hawks. Grant's a middle-aged fuddy-duddy who may have invented a fountain of youth serum in his laboratory. But when a rampaging chimp mixes it into the water cooler, Grant and wife Rogers regress to their childhood. Marilyn Monroe is also a scream as the dim-bulb secretary to Charles Coburn.

  • Karen Torson

    Monkey Business (1952) The movie poster is so deceiving! This movie stars Cary Grant and Ginger Rogers, with Marilyn only in a supporting role. (And she's only in a bathing suit for about 30 sec.)

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