Monkey Business (1952)


(out of 5)

Scientist  discovers a formula that can give its taker a new found youthfulness. He starts off testing it on the apes in his laboratory, who all turn frisky and fun and spike his water bottle with the stuff. Now with a huge dosage in him, Grant ends up with the personality of a seven year-old boy, confusing his frustrated wife () until she takes some of it too. Watching these two brilliant comedians fight like grade-schoolers is a treat, as is the entire air of slapstick fun in this hilarious comedy.   and a delightful  also co-star.

USA, 1952

Directed by 

Story by , Screenplay by ,

Cinematography by 

Produced by

Music by

Production Design by

Costume Design by

Film Editing by

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Golden Globe Award Nomination
Best Performance By An Actress in a Motion Picture-Comedy or Musical (Ginger Rogers)



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