Ladies of the Chorus
|Ladies of the Chorus|
|Directed by||Phil Karlson|
|Produced by||Harry A. Romm|
|Written by||Harry Sauber
(story & screenplay)
Joseph Carole (screenplay)
|Music by||Mischa Bakaleinikoff|
|Editing by||Richard Fantl|
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
|Release dates||October 22, 1948 (US)|
|Running time||61 minutes|
Ladies of the Chorus is a 1948 Columbia Pictures film starring Marilyn Monroe in her first major role as Peggy Martin, a dancer who falls in love with a wealthy man, Rand Brooks. Adele Jergens played her mother, despite the fact that Jergens was only nine years older than Monroe; she worries about the class difference between the two, and wonders if her daughter will be happy. The film was directed by Phil Karlson.
Monroe sings Every Baby Needs a Da Da Daddy and Anyone Can See I Love You, but the film was not a success, and Monroe's contract with Columbia Pictures was not renewed.
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