Monkey Business

Cary Grant and Ginger Rogers are a married couple unknowingly on an experimental drug in a publicity still for Monkey Business (1952)

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foreign poster for Monkey Business (1952)

Monkey Business

Monkey Business, Howard Hawks’ third release of the year, premiered Sep 2, 1952 in Atlantic City, Sep 3 in New York City, with a wider release Sep 5.  It was Howard Hawks’ 38th film.

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Marilyn Monroe as Lois Laurel in a production still for Monkey Business (1952).

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Hugh Marlowe as ex-boyfriend Hank Entwhistle and Ginger Rogers as happily married Edwina Fulton in an original publicity still for Monkey Business (1952)

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Cary Grant unknowingly takes the experimental drug B4, and decides to take Marilyn Monroe out to buy a new car in a scene from Monkey Business (1952).

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Cary Grant in an original publicity still for Monkey Business (1952).  He was more comfortable with the chimp than he was with the trained leopard in Bringing Up Baby (1938).

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American poster made into a foreign poster for Monkey Business (1952).

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foreign artist’s conception of Marilyn Monroe in Monkey Business (1952) , the first of three movie related images.  It’s presumed the other two images are also from film, but they’re unfamiliar.

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Cary Grant as chemist Barmaby Fulton in a screencap from Monkey Business (1952)

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print ad for Monkey Business (1952)

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Ginger Rogers as Edwina Fulton in an original publicity still for Monkey Business (1952).

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foreign poster for Monkey Business (1952)

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Marilyn Monroe as Miss Laurel in a publicity still for Monkey Business (1952)

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Cary Grant and Ginger Rogers as Barnaby and Edwin Fulton in Monkey Business (1952)