Monkey Business

newspaper ad for theater showing Monkey Business (1952)

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Monkey Business

newspaper ad for sneak preview of Monkey Business (1952) which, for some unknown reason, could not be named.

Monkey Business

newspaper ad for theater showing Monkey Business (1952)

Monkey Business

Monkey Business (1952) is ranked number 17 on Goldderby’s list of Howard Hawks’ 20 Greatest Films.

I think this ranking is too low.  It should be in his top 10.

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foreign poster for Monkey Business (1952)

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Marilyn Monroe as Miss Laurel poses for Monkey Business (1952).  Cary Grant takes her for a swim while he’s under the influence of B4.

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The young Indians are after Cary Grant in a screencap from Monkey Business (1952)

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foreign poster for Monkey Business (1952)

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print ad for Monkey Business (1952)

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original pressbook for Monkey Business (1952)

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Cary Grant buys a convertible while he’s out with Marilyn Monroe and under the influence of B4 in an original publicity still for Monkey Business (1952).

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Ginger Rogers behind the scenes of 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 from Monkey Business (1952)

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the complete Monkey Business (1952).  That’s Howard Hawks over the opening credits saying “Not yet, Cary.”