Co-Stars: Cary Grant, Ginger Rogers, Charles Coburn
Marilyn's Character: Lois Laurel
Director: Howard Hawks
Synopsis: A scientist (Grant) and his wife (Rogers) test a youth formula on themselves.
Marilyn plays one of her many roles as a secretary in this film, and a rather empty-headed one at that. It was the last secretary role she ever had to play, however. Marilyn's star was on the rise.
She [Marilyn] disproves more than adequately the efficacy of the old stage rule about not turning one's back to the audience. ~New York Herald Tribune
Marilyn Monroe can look and act dumber than any of the screens current blondes ~New York Daily News
Marilyn Monroe garners laughs and whistles, bouncing in and out as a secretary who can't type. Typing skill, however, is the only attribute which the lady appears to be lacking in. ~Photoplay