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Gentlemen Marry Brunettes (1955)

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Two Broadway showgirls, who are also sisters, are sick and tired of New York as well as not getting nowhere. Quitting Broadway, the sisters decided to travel to Paris to become famous.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
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Bonnie Jones / Mimi Jones
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Connie Jones / Mitzi Jones
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Charlie Biddle / Mrs. Biddle / Mr. Henry Biddle
Scott Brady ...
David Action
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Rudy Vallee
Guy Middleton ...
Earl of Wickenware
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M. Ballard
Robert Favart ...
Hotel Manager
Guido Lorraine ...
M. Marcel
Ferdy Mayne ...
M. Dufond
Boyd Cabeen ...
Pilot
Howard Tracy ...
Chauffeur (as Edward Tracy)
Leonard Sachs ...
M. Dufy
Gini Young ...
Blonde
Carmen Nesbitt ...
Blonde
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Two Broadway showgirls, who are also sisters, are sick and tired of New York as well as not getting nowhere. Quitting Broadway, the sisters decided to travel to Paris to become famous.

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Comedy | Musical

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29 October 1955 (USA)  »

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Broadway star Gwen Verdon had one number as a hotel maid, but her sexy moves were deemed obscene. She was cut, although her name appears in some cast lists, and her scene re-shot with a non-musical performer. See more »

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Connie Jones: Dreams? I'm having nightmares in CinemaScope!
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Follows Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953) See more »

Soundtracks

I Wanna Be Loved by You
Written by Harry Ruby, Bert Kalmar, Herbert Stothart
Sung by Jane Russell and Jeanne Crain (dubbed by Anita Ellis),
also by Rudy Vallee
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What a waste.
13 January 2004 | by (Crown Point, Indiana) – See all my reviews

I saw this turkey for the first time last night. I tuned in expecting an entertaining sequel to the classic "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" starring Marylin Monroe and (as in this movie) Jane Russell.

To say I was disappointed is being generous. Alan Young singing? For heaven's sake, what were these people thinking?

The world would be better served if this pile of celluloid was cut up into guitar picks.


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