Gentlemen Marry Brunettes

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Released 1955

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Gentlemen Marry Brunettes

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Director:
Richard Sale
Released:
1955
Rating:
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Gentlemen Marry Brunettes is a musical film directed by Richard Sale based on the novel, But Gentlemen Marry Brunettes, by Anita Loos that centers on two showgirl sisters, Bonnie and Connie Jones (Jane Russell and Jeanne Crain), who are sick and tired of the lackluster love found in the Broadway world in New York. They leave their old lives and head to Paris to find success, love, and all that jazz. With a few flashbacks to the success of their mother and aunt, who had been the toast of Paris in their heyday, Bonnie and Connie fall in love with Charlie Biddle (Alan Young) and David Action (Scott Brady). Though not as much of a success as its predecessor, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Gentlemen Marry Brunettes has a number of original songs that have gained acclaim in other films, such as "My Funny Valentine" and "Ain't Misbehavin'".
Scott Brady

Scott Brady

David Action

Alan Young (I)

Alan Young (I)

Charlie Biddle/Mrs. Biddle/Mr. Henry Biddle

Jeanne Crain

Jeanne Crain

Connie Jones/Mitzi Jones

Rudy Vallee

Rudy Vallee

Himself

Jane Russell

Jane Russell

Bonnie Jones/Mimi Jones

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Categories

Arts, Comedy, Drama, Music

Themes

Musicals, Classics