There's No Business Like Show Business (16-Dec-1954)|
Director: Walter Lang
Writers: Phoebe Ephron; Henry Ephron; Lamar Trotti
Lyrics and Music by: Irving Berlin
Producer: Sol C. Siegel
The story of The Donahues, a vaudeville family, up through the Interwar years. Terry and molly's eldest son becomes a priest; another son falls for beautiful Vicky, though she is only interested in her career. Ethel Merman/Donald O'Connor vehicle in the aftermath of the unexpected success of Call Me Madam (1953). Marilyn Monroe is nowhere near the top of her game, and Johnnie Ray can't act at all. The final Irving Berlin songbook musical. Received Oscar nominations for Best Writing, Best Costume Design, and Best Score.
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