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Show Business (1944) was a Comedy - Musical Film directed by Edwin L. Marin and produced by Eddie Cantor.

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A star-studded cast wants you to know... There's No Business Like Show Business (1954)

By Michaela on Jan 15, 2016 From Love Letters to Old Hollywood

This is my contribution to the Backstage Blogathon, another superb event from Fritzi of Movies Silently and Janet of Sister Celluloid. Click here to read the other posts. ********************************************************************************* If it weren't for the presence of Maril... Read full article

Musical Monday: Show Business (1944)

on Jun 8, 2015 From Comet Over Hollywood

It?s no secret that the Hollywood Comet loves musicals. In 2010, I revealed I had seen 400 movie musicals over the course of eight years. Now that number is over 500. To celebrate and share this musical love, here is my weekly feature about musicals. This week?s musical: ?Show Business? ?Musical #51... Read full article

On the set of “There?s No Business Like Show Business” (1954)

By Art on Apr 19, 2014 From Classic Cinema Gold

On the set of “There?s No Business Like Show Business” (1954) “There’s No Business Like Show Business” is a 1954 20th Century-Fox musical-comedy-drama starring Ethel Merman, Dan Dailey, Donald O’Connor, Mitzi Gaynor, Marilyn Monroe, Richard Eastham, and Johnnie... Read full article

My (Slightly More Than) Month with Marilyn: There’s No Business Like Show Business (1954)

By Kristen on Jan 3, 2012 From Journeys in Classic Film

I was reluctant to watch There’s No Business Like Show Business because of my lackluster reception to previous Irving Berlin movies, namely White Christmas and Holiday Inn. ?In certain regards There’s No Business (from here on out that’s what I’m calling it to save my fingers... Read full article

There’s No Business Like Show Business: book review of Betty Hutton’s autobiography

By Jnpickens on Jul 14, 2011 From Comet Over Hollywood

The zany Betty Hutton we love performing her role as Trudy Kockenlocker in "Miracle of Morgan's Creek" (1944) dragging William Demarest. Bob Hope called her a “Vitamin pill with legs.” Betty Hutton was one of the top?stars at Paramount studios from the 1940s until the earl... Read full article

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Joan Mason: [Last lines. Aside to audience about Eddie as she goes out the door] I love that boy! Well...
[She slaps her hands up and down]

Eddie Martin: Why don't you fall for some other man?
Joan Mason: I don't want a man... I want you!

George Doane: You must have the theater in your blood.
Eddie Martin: Yes, and my blood is in a lot of these theaters.

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Also directed by Edwin L. Marin

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Also produced by Eddie Cantor

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Also released in 1944

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