Ladies of the Chorus
Ladies of the Chorus is a 1949 American musical romance film directed by Phil Karlson and starring Adele Jergens, Marilyn Monroe and Rand Brooks. The screenplay, written by Harry Sauber and Joseph Carole, was based on a story by Sauber.
Peggy Martin (Marilyn Monroe) and her mother Mae (Adele Jergens) both work as burlesque chorus girls. After star Bubbles LaRue quits, Joe, the stage manager, asks Mae to do a specialty number, but Mae secretly arranges for Peggy to do the number instead, and her performance is so good that she is given the starring spot.
|author||Harry Sauber Joseph Carole|
|keywords||american burlesque burlesque chorus girl chorus girls chorus line cold feet eddie garr engagement party even horrify learn old friend retire return home run away secret admirer stage manager than the|
|producer||Harry A. Romm|
|theme||musical drama romantic drama romantic musical|