There's No Business Like Show Business1954
There's No Business Like Show Business (1954)
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as Molly Donahue
as Tim Donahue
as Terrance Donahue
as Katy Donahue
as Steve Donahue
as Lew Harris
as Charles Gibbs
as Eddie Duggan
as Father Dineen
as Hatcheck Girl
as Lillian Sawyer
as Stage manager
as Stage Doorman
as Katy's Boy Friend
as Dance director
as Katy at Age 4
as Katy at Age 8
as Steve at Age 2
as Steve at Age 6
as Steve at Age 10
as Tim at Age 2
as Tim at Age 6
as Stage Manager
as Sophie Tucker
as Bobby Clark
Critic Reviews for There's No Business Like Show Business
If you're looking for a good film that features Irving Berlin tunes, this one is not the film you're looking for.
Though Marilyn Monroe was the country's biggest movie star, this plotless musical, a tribute to the genius composer Irving Berlin, belongs to Ethel Merman.
The movie does not blend the magic of music, dance, and emotion in the way which the best musicals do.
The decline of the musical starts here. Faux Kelly just doesn't work.
Corny, loud, splashy, but it has Merman and solid cast
Audience Reviews for There's No Business Like Show Business
I just love Donald O' Connor. She is so sweet and funny! The story itself wasnt all the great; Theater family is ripped apart for different reasons yada yda everyone is happy at the end. But thats ok know why? It a musical!!!and quite a good musical. The show numbers and dance numbers are terrific! love them! See it for some fun!
Flashly and splashy and exactly what 50s musicals are. Most numbers were visually appealing and catchy. Not all, but most. The story was pretty nice too even if a little dull and contrived at times.
glitzy, shallow, loud and a whole lot of fun except when johnnie ray is on screen.
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