There's No Business Like Show Business is a 1954 20th Century-Fox musical-comedy-drama, with a title that is borrowed from the famous song in the stage musical (and MGM film) Annie Get Your Gun.
(Molly is dunking Tim's head in a sink full of water to try to sober him up)
Tim Donahue: Ma!
(she dunks his head under water)
Tim Donahue: Ma! You're drowning me!
(Molly dunks his head again)
Molly Donahue: Don't put any ideas in my head
Molly Donahue: You start worrying about your kids the day they're born, and you never stop. Even after they bury you, I bet you never stop worrying.
Molly Donahue: Fit Lew Harris into this picture, will you? Vicky Hoffman: Lew did everything for me. Maybe he did have some ideas, that doesn't mean I always agreed with them. There was never anyone for me but Tim.
|Release Date||16 December 1954|
|Genre||Comedy, Drama, Musical, Romance|
|Sound Mix||Mono, 4-Track Stereo|
|Film Class||Backstage Musical, Musical Comedy|
|Themes||Parenthood, Actor's Life, Dancer's Life|
|Tones||Heartwarming, Upbeat, Humorous, Warm, Light, Stylized, Nostalgic|