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Let's Make Love (1960)




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In this George Cukor musical, Marilyn Monroe stars as the lead in a Broadway show that spoofs a famous billionaire (Yves Montand). He plans to have the show shut down immediately--until he becomes instantly smitten with its star.
Classics , Comedy , Musical & Performing Arts , Romance
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20th Century Fox

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Marilyn Monroe
as Amanda Dell
Yves Montand
as Jean-Marc Clement / Alexander Dumas
Tony Randall
as Alexander Coffman
David Burns
as Oliver Burton
Frankie Vaughan
as Tony Danton
Wilfrid Hyde-White
as John Wales
Michael David
as Dave Kerry
Mara Lynn
as Lily Nyles
Dennis King Jr.
as Abe Miller
Joe Besser
as Lamont
Madge Kennedy
as Miss Manners
Mike Mason
as Yale
John Craven
as Comstock
Oscar Beregi
as Chauffeur
Larry Thor
as Wilson
Jon Mikl Thor
as Wilson
Richard Fowler
as Van Cliburn
John Gatti
as Elvis Presley
Marian Manners
as Maria Callas
Oscar Beregi Jr.
as Chauffeur
Geraldine Wall
as Miss Hansen
Milton Berle
as Guest Star
Bing Crosby
as Guest Star
Gene Kelly
as Guest Star
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Critic Reviews for Let's Make Love

All Critics (12)

Cukor's movie is less successful as a musical than as a star vehicle (one of her very last) for Marilyn Monroe, who is at her sexiest.

Full Review… | June 2, 2011

Cukor ... directs with all the panache of an unwanted contractual obligation. Indeed, Marilyn disliked the script but accepted Let's Make Love to fulfill her Fox contract.

Full Review… | July 26, 2006

Monroe is typically captivating even if this isn't vintage Cukor.

January 23, 2003
Nitrate Online

Apesar do excesso de números musicais, o filme é leve e divertido, trazendo Marilyn Monroe em uma de suas performances mais sedutoras (em seu penúltimo papel no Cinema).

January 20, 2003
Cinema em Cena

If you can live with the plot making absolutely no sense, then you should be able to handle this uneven attempt at being a screwball comedy.

Full Review… | October 21, 2002
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

Marilyn's Heart Belongs to Daddy number (and her practice leotard) are worth the price of the video.

October 3, 2002
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Audience Reviews for Let's Make Love

Not a success for all involved - but mainly Cuckor and Monroe. The movie is slow paced, sloppy, and at times just plain uninteresting. Monroe botches her way through musical numbers, and this being the end of her career, you can see the spiraling down. It appears as if neither Cuckor nor Monroe had any interest in the film.

Vadim Dyment
Vadim Dyment

Though the gags are great, the film just doesn't flow that well - in spite of a highly talented cast & crew.

Christopher Bergan
Christopher Bergan

Marilyn Monroe is underused in this piece and has another lead actor lacking charm. Much like the film "Seven Year Itch" the main character is a creepy guy that questions why viewers should want to watch this story play out. The premise is a good one but the delivery is really bad. Major celebrities make cameo appearances to hold the viewers attention and distract them how bad this film is playing out. It is a failed romance comedy that is worth seeing for the cast involved.

Stephen Mulvaney
Stephen Mulvaney

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