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Gentlemen Marry Brunettes (1955)

Gentlemen Marry Brunettes

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In this tuneful, romantic sequel to the classic Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, two gorgeous brown-haired Broadway chorines head for the City of Light to escape their ardent, predatory fans and find true love after having many adventures.more
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Musical & Performing Arts, Classics, Comedy
Directed By:
Written By: Mary Loos, Richard Sale
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Runtime:
United Artists

Cast

Jane Russell
as Bonnie Jones / Mimi ...
Jeanne Crain
as Connie Jones / Mitzi...
Scott Brady
as David Action
Alan Young
as Charlie Biddle / Mrs...
Rudy Vallee
as Himself
Guy Middleton
as Earl of Wickenware
Eric Pohlmann
as M. Ballard
Guido Lorraine
as M. Marcel
Derek Sydney
as Stage Manager, Mont...
Robert Favart
as Hotel Manager
Duncan Elliot
as Couturier
Gini Young
as Two Blonde
Carmen Nesbitt
as Two Blonde
Maurice Lane
as Western Union Messen...
Penny Dane
as Wardrobe Woman
Michael Balfour
as Stage Doorman, New Y...
Edward Tracy
as Chauffeur
Ferdinand "Ferdy" Ma...
as Monsieur Dufond
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½

Unmemorable follow-up to Gentleman Prefer Blondes. Totally different story that lacks the charm or effervescence of the original. There are some good songs but they're all standards, not original to the film, and the costuming and production design are top notch. One of the major problems is having Jane playing a bubblehead, she just is too innately intellegent to be convincing as a flighty woman.

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Just kind of bland compared to "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes." There's some old standards here, but nothing--apart from the "Ain't Misbehavin'" segment--is really outstanding. Also, Jane Russell has a distractingly bad haircut.

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