Suspend your disbelief long enough to buy that Marilyn Monroe, Betty Grable, and Lauren Bacall would have any trouble landing a millionaire. Monroe's performance as nearsighted Pola, who refuses to wear glasses, is one of her comedic best.
Arguably the most famous image of Marilyn Monroe comes courtesy of this film, an adultery comedy from writer/director Billy Wilder. Though pretty tame by today's standards, the Hays office was all over it during filming in 1954 due to its "indecency."
The final film for both Marilyn Monroe and Clark Gable and, all things considered, not a bad note for either to go out on. Both actors - and co-stars Montgomery Clift, Thelma Ritter and Eli Wallach - deliver terrific performances and the film is solidly made and beautifully shot.
A fun musical comedy from Howard Hawks in which Marilyn Monroe plays against Jane Russell. The combination is great, which has helped the film remain an enduring comedy classic.
One of the best films ever made, period. Sugar Kane is the character that Marilyn Monroe was born to play.