Marilyn Monroe - Theatrical Film Appearances

Theatrical Film Appearances

Film title Year Role Co-actors Director Producer Notes
Scudda Hoo! Scudda Hay! 1948 Betty June Haver and Natalie Wood Herbert, HughHugh Herbert 20th Century Fox Uncredited
Ladies of the Chorus Peggy Martin Adele Jergens and Rand Brooks Karlson, PhilPhil Karlson Columbia Pictures First major film appearance
Love Happy 1949 Grunion's Client Harpo Marx, Chico Marx, and Groucho Marx Miller, DavidDavid Miller United Artists
A Ticket to Tomahawk 1950 Clara Dan Dailey, Anne Baxter, and Rory Calhoun Sale, RichardRichard Sale 20th Century Fox Uncredited
Right Cross Dusky Ledoux June Allyson and Dick Powell Sturges, JohnJohn Sturges Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Uncredited
Fireball, TheThe Fireball Polly Mickey Rooney and Pat O'Brien Garnett, TayTay Garnett 20th Century Fox Also known as: The Challenge
Asphalt Jungle, TheThe Asphalt Jungle Angela Phinlay Sterling Hayden, Louis Calhern, and Jean Hagen Huston, JohnJohn Huston Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
All About Eve Miss Claudia Caswell Bette Davis, Anne Baxter, and George Sanders Mankiewicz, Joseph L.Joseph L. Mankiewicz 20th Century Fox
Home Town Story 1951 Iris Martin Jeffrey Lynn, Alan Hale, Jr., and Donald Crisp Arthur Pierson Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
As Young as You Feel Hariett Monty Woolley, Thelma Ritter, and Jean Peters Harmen Jones 20th Century Fox
Love Nest Roberta "Bobbie" Stevens June Haver, William Lundigan, and Frank Fay Newman, Joseph M.Joseph M. Newman 20th Century Fox
Let's Make It Legal Joyce Mannering Claudette Colbert, Macdonald Carey, and Barbara Bates Sale, RichardRichard Sale 20th Century Fox
O. Henry's Full House 1952 Streetwalker Fred Allen, Anne Baxter, and Richard Widmark Koster, HenryHenry Koster 20th Century Fox Cameo appearance
Monkey Business Lois Laurel Cary Grant, Ginger Rogers, and Charles Coburn Hawks, HowardHoward Hawks 20th Century Fox
Clash by Night Peggy Barbara Stanwyck, Keith Andes, and Paul Douglas Lang, FritzFritz Lang RKO Radio Pictures
We're Not Married! Anabel Norris Ginger Rogers, Fred Allen, Victor Moore, David Wayne, and Zsa Zsa Gabor Goulding, EdmundEdmund Goulding 20th Century Fox
Don't Bother to Knock Nell Forbes Richard Widmark and Anne Bancroft Baker, Roy WardRoy Ward Baker 20th Century Fox First starring role
Niagara 1953 Rose Loomis Joseph Cotten and Jean Peters Hathaway, HenryHenry Hathaway 20th Century Fox
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes Lorelei Lee Jane Russell, Charles Coburn, and Elliot Reid Hawks, HowardHoward Hawks 20th Century Fox Nominated for Best Motion Picture Actress in Comedy or Musical
How to Marry a Millionaire Pola Debevoise Betty Grable, Lauren Bacall, and William Powell Negulesco, JeanJean Negulesco 20th Century Fox
River of No Return 1954 Kay Weston Robert Mitchum, Tommy Rettig, and Rory Calhoun Preminger, OttoOtto Preminger 20th Century Fox
There's No Business Like Show Business Victoria "Vicky" Hoffman Ethel Merman, Dan Dailey, Donald O'Connor, and Mitzi Gaynor Lang, WalterWalter Lang 20th Century Fox
Seven Year Itch, TheThe Seven Year Itch 1955 The Girl Tom Ewell and Evelyn Keyes Wilder, BillyBilly Wilder 20th Century Fox Contains the famous scene of Monroe's skirt being blown up by a subway grating.
Bus Stop 1956 Chérie Don Murray and Arthur O'Connell Logan, JoshuaJoshua Logan 20th Century Fox Aka: The Wrong Kind of Girl
Prince and the Showgirl, TheThe Prince and the Showgirl 1957 Elsie Marina Laurence Olivier Olivier, LaurenceLaurence Olivier Warner Brothers The only film released under Marilyn Monroe Productions.
Some Like It Hot 1959 Sugar Kane Kowalczyk Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon Wilder, BillyBilly Wilder Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Monroe's most successful film. Known as a comedy film classic.
Let's Make Love 1960 Amanda Dell Yves Montand, Frankie Vaughan, and Tony Randall Cukor, GeorgeGeorge Cukor 20th Century Fox
Misfits, TheThe Misfits 1961 Roslyn Taber Clark Gable, Eli Wallach, Montgomery Clift Huston, JohnJohn Huston United Artists Final film appearance
Marilyn 1963 Herself (archive footage) 20th Century Fox Documentary film

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