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The Seven Year Itch

Billy Wilder, 1955

Entertaining Billy Wilder outing, adapted--and toned down--by George Axelrod from his hit Broadway play. This is probably Monroe's best known film, largely thanks to the scene in which a rush of air from a subway grating sends her skirt flying up around her shoulders. This was Monroe's 23rd movie and Ewell's eighth, since he broke in opposite Judy Holliday in ADAM'S RIB. Monroe was falling in and out of depression during filming, as her marriage to Yankee slugger Joe DiMaggio was ending.

Genre:
Comedy
Color or b/w:
Color
Production Co(s).:
Fox
Released by:
Fox
Running time:
105

Marilyn Monroe
The Girl
Tom Ewell
Richard Sherman
Evelyn Keyes
Helen Sherman
Sonny Tufts
Tom McKenzie
Robert Strauss
Kruhulik
Oscar Homolka
Dr. Brubaker
Marguerite Chapman
Miss Morris
Victor Moore
Plumber
Roxanne
Elaine
Donald MacBride
Mr. Brady
Carolyn Jones
Miss Finch
Butch Bernard
Ricky
Doro Merande
Waitress
Dorothy Ford
Indian Girl
Mary Young
Woman in Railroad Station
Ralph Sanford
Railroad Station Gateman

Producer:
Charles K. Feldman
Billy Wilder
Director:
Billy Wilder
Writer:
Billy Wilder
George Axelrod (based on the play by Axelrod)
Cinematographer:
Milton Krasner (CinemaScope, DeLuxe Color)
Editor:
Hugh S. Fowler
Music Composer:
Alfred Newman
Music Director:
Alfred Newman
Art Director:
Lyle Wheeler
George W. Davis
Set Decorator:
Walter M. Scott
Stuart A. Reiss
Special Effects:
Ray Kellogg
Costume Design:
Travilla
Charles LeMaire

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