|Actors:||Marilyn Monroe, Tony Randall, Wilfrid Hyde-White, Yves Montand, Frankie Vaughan|
LET’S MAKE LOVE was Marilyn Monroe's 27th picture and George Cukor’s first film with the star who was then at the height of her career. In this film, his third musical, Cukor made skillful use of color and camera movement to illustrate one of his favorite themes: the magic of show business. Billionaire industrialist Jean-Marc Clement (Yves Montand) discovers that an off-Broadway show is satirizing him is in preproduction. Jean-Marc’s feelings toward the show change when he meets one of its cast members, Amanda (Marilyn Monroe); wanting to get close to the attractive young woman and since the show has no one to play his character, he manages to persuade the unsuspecting producer that he is just right for the part. Hiring Bing Crosby, Gene Kelly, and Milton Berle (playing themselves) to teach him the tricks of show business, Jean-Marc also learns a thing or two about falling in love from the luscious Amanda.