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There's No Business Like Show Business (1954) is a 20th Century Fox musical film that was released on December 16, 1954. The title is borrowed from the famous song in the stage musical (and MGM film) Annie Get Your Gun. The film stars Ethel Merman, Dan Dailey, Donald O'Connor, Mitzi Gaynor, Marilyn Monroe, Richard Eastham, and Johnnie Ray. It was directed by Walter Lang and written by Lamar Trotti (story) and Phoebe Ephron and Henry Ephron. It was filmed in CinemaScope and Ethel Merman's first film in widescreen. In 1919, Terrance (Dan Dailey) and Molly (Ethel Merman) Donahue, a husband-and-wife vaudeville team known as the Donahues, pursue both a stable family life as well as success with their rendition of Midnight Train to Alabam. As the years pass and the kids Steve, Katy, and Tim join the act one by one, their act eventually becomes the Five Donahues . Worried that the children will suffer from their nomadic lifestyle, Molly persuades Terry to send them to a Catholic boarding...
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