Monkey Business (1952) - (Movie Clip) Next Nobel Prize Winner!
Unaware that their test-chimp has fiddled with both their youth-restoring formula and the water cooler, scientist Barnaby (Cary Grant) and assistant Lenton (Henri Letondal) discover a breakthrough, in Howard Hawks' Monkey Business, 1952.
Monkey Business (1952) - (Original Trailer)
Cary Grant is a scientist whose search for the fountain of youth makes him and his wife regress to childhood in Monkey Business (1952).
Prize, The - (Original Trailer)
American Nobel Prize-winner Paul Newman mixes it up with spies when he travels to Stockholm to collect his award in The Prize (1963).
Monkey Business (1952) -- (Movie Clip) Not Yet, Cary!
Perhaps a bit creaky now but a neatly tied-in opening from director Howard Hawks, introducing Cary Grant as scientist Barnaby Fulton, Ginger Rogers as his wife Edwina, in Monkey Business, 1952, co-starring Marilyn Monroe.
Dead Ringer (1964) -- (Movie Clip) The Prize You Get
Weve just met Karl Malden as cop Jim, visiting his sweetheart, LA bar-owner Edie (Bette Davis), whos just been to the funeral of her wealthy and long-estranged twin sisters husband, who was her own former lover, their meeting having upset her, to his frustration, early in Dead Ringer 1964.
Prize, The (1963) -- (Movie Ciip) Good English For A Non-Drinker
In a Stockholm night club, Emily (Diane Baker), daughter of a Nobel Prize scientist, attaches herself to boozy American literature laureate Craig (Paul Newman), early in The Prize, 1963, from a novel by Irving Wallace.
Prize, The (1963) -- (Movie Ciip) In Matters Of Sex
American Nobel prize recipient Craig (Paul Newman) arrives late in Stockholm for ceremonies, received by the chairman (Leo G. Carroll) and his unexpected Swedish minder Inger Lisa (Elke Sommer) in The Prize, 1963.
Monkey Business (1952) -- (Movie Clip) Showing Me Her Acetates
Bumbling staff scientist Barnaby (Cary Grant) and director Howard Hawks create the ideal opening scene for Lois Laurel (Marilyn Monroe), the secretary to the blustery boss Oxly (Charles Coburn), early in Monkey Business, 1952.