Let's Make Love

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20th Century Fox Released 1960

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Director:
George Cukor
Released:
1960
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Let's Make Love is a comedic musical from 1960 directed by George Kukor. Wealthy man-about-town Jean-Marc Clement (Yves Montant) visits an off-Broadway theater when he finds out he is being satirically portrayed in a production. He arrives at the theater in time to see Amanda Dell (Marilyn Monroe) rehearse. Instead of shutting down the show as he intended, Jean-Marc is noticed by the director who thinks he would be perfect for the part. In order to see more of Amanda Dell, he agrees to star as himself and tells the director that his name is Alexander Dumas. When Jean-Marc realizes he does not interest Amanda one bit because his performance as an actor is rather flat, he enlists the help of Milton Berle, Bing Crosby, and Gene Kelly, who play as themselves, to teach him how to sing, tell jokes, and dance. Will Jean-Marc win over the audience as well as Amanda? Find out in Let's Make Love!

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Comedy, Drama

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Classics, Love & Romance, Romantic Comedy