Ladies of the Chorus (1948) - Rotten Tomatoes

Ladies of the Chorus (1948)

Ladies of the Chorus (1948)

Ladies of the Chorus





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In her second film appearance, Marilyn Monroe stars as Peggy Martin, a second-generation showgirl who begins a romance with a rich young man (Randy Brooks), an action that strains her relationship with her mother (Adele Jurgens).more
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama, Romance, Musical & Performing Arts
Directed By:
Written By: Harry Sauber, Joseph Carole
In Theaters:
On DVD: Jun 24, 1992
Columbia Pictures


Adele Jergens
as Mae Martin
Marilyn Monroe
as Peggy Martin
Rand Brooks
as Randy Carroll
Nana Bryant
as Mrs. Adele Carroll
Eddie Carr
as Billy Mackay
Steven Geray
as Salisbury
Bill Edwards
as Alan Wakefield
Eddie Garr
as Billy Mackay
Marjorie Hoshelle
as Bubbles LaRue
Dave Barry
as Hipple
Alan Barry
as Hipple Jr.
Myron Healey
as Tom Lawson
Gladys Blake
as Flower Shop Girl
Claire Whitney
as Mrs. Windrift
Robert Clarke
as Peter Winthrop
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Critic Reviews for Ladies of the Chorus

All Critics (2)

Low, low budget musical with oddly sympathetic characters.

Full Review… | August 9, 2007
Classic Film and Television

Of interest only to fans of Marilyn.

Full Review… | February 3, 2004
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

Audience Reviews for Ladies of the Chorus

Marilyn's first starring role is a routine backstage musical, with the rather bizarre production number "Every Baby Needs a Da-Da-Daddy."

Ladies of the Chorus Quotes

Peggy Martin: I agree about it only being of interest to Monroe students. It's interesting to see her look, kinda like Norma Jeane with platinum hair, before "The Look" was perfected.
– Submitted by Jeff G (2 years ago)

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