“Monkey Business” quotes(1952)
Plot – Dr. Barnaby Fulton is a young chemist who works in a big company. He believes he has found the elixir of youth as one of his chimpanzees confirms it. One morning the chimpanzee exits his cage and touches the bottles, then he throws the elixir in the drinking water tank. Later Fulton drinks the water and the effects are portentous: the dreamy scientist turns into an exuberant young guy. Even Fulton's wife drinks the water and so many other people do the same, but unfortunately the tank empties soon.
All actors – Cary Grant, Ginger Rogers, Charles Coburn, Marilyn Monroe, Hugh Marlowe, Henri Letondal, Robert Cornthwaite, Larry Keating, Douglas Spencer, Esther Dale, George Winslow, Charlotte Austin, Harry Bartell, Faire Binney, Harry Carey Jr., Olive Carey, Harry Carter, Ronnie Clark, Russ Clark, Heinie Conklin, George Eldredge, Kathleen Freeman, Terry Goodman, Dabbs Greer, Howard Hawks, Marjorie Holliday, Rudy Lee, Louis Lettieri, Mickey Little, Emmett Lynn, Paul Maxey, John McKee, Bill McLean, Joseph Mell, Christopher Milne, Jonathan Milne, Nico Minardos, Ray Montgomery, Roger Moore, Brad Morrow, Forbes Murray, Robert Nichols, Jerry Paris, Melinda Plowman, Maudie Prickett, Jimmy Roebuck, Harry Seymour, Jerry Sheldon, Olan Soule, Gil Stratton, Ruth Warren, Mack Williams, Isabel Withersshow all
“Monkey Business” Quotes 8 quotes
“The language is confusing but the actions are inimitable.”
“- Barnaby: I was just thinking, it's queer about people.
- Mrs. Edwina Fulton: What about people?
- Barnaby: Through no fault of their own they get older.
- Mrs. Edwina Fulton: Now, that's a profound remark.
- Barnaby: They get older, something happens to them.
- Mrs. Edwina Fulton: Are you referring to me Barnaby?
- Barnaby: Nah, I was thinking...” (continue)(continue reading)
“When I dance with you, I want to dance with all of you. I don't want your brain to be somewhere else.”