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Some Like It Hot (1959)

Genre : Comedy, Music, Romance, Crime

Runtime : 2H 2M

Director : Billy Wilder
Writer : Billy Wilder, I. A. L. Diamond

Synopsis

Two musicians witness a mob hit and struggle to find a way out of the city before they are found by the gangsters. Their only opportunity is to join an all-girl band as they leave on a tour. To make their getaway they must first disguise themselves as women, then keep their identities secret and deal with the problems this brings - such as an attractive bandmate and a very determined suitor.

Actors

Tony Curtis
Tony Curtis
Joe (Josephine)
Jack Lemmon
Jack Lemmon
Jerry (Daphne)
Marilyn Monroe
Marilyn Monroe
Sugar Kane Kowalczyk
George Raft
George Raft
Spats Colombo
Pat O’Brien
Pat O’Brien
Detective Mulligan
Joe E. Brown
Joe E. Brown
Osgood Fielding III
Nehemiah Persoff
Nehemiah Persoff
Little Bonaparte
Joan Shawlee
Joan Shawlee
Sweet Sue
Billy Gray
Billy Gray
Sig Poliakoff
George E. Stone
George E. Stone
Toothpick Charlie
Dave Barry
Dave Barry
Beinstock
Mike Mazurki
Mike Mazurki
Spats' Henchman
Harry Wilson
Harry Wilson
Spats' Henchman
Beverly Wills
Beverly Wills
Dolores
Barbara Drew
Barbara Drew
Nellie
Edward G. Robinson Jr.
Edward G. Robinson Jr.
Johnny Paradise
Sam Bagley
Sam Bagley
Minor Role (uncredited)
Alex Ball
Alex Ball
Speakeasy Patron (uncredited)
Brandon Beach
Brandon Beach
Party Guest (uncredited)
Phil Bloom
Phil Bloom
Gangster at Convention (uncredited)
Willie Bloom
Willie Bloom
Gangster at Convention (uncredited)
Al Breneman
Al Breneman
Bellhop (uncredited)
Steve Carruthers
Steve Carruthers
Hotel Guest (uncredited)
James J. Casino
James J. Casino
Gangster at Convention (uncredited)
Noble Chissell
Noble Chissell
Police Officer (uncredited)
Beulah Christian
Beulah Christian
Speakeasy Patron (uncredited)
Ted Christy
Ted Christy
Gangster (uncredited)
Robert Cole
Robert Cole
Club Patron (uncredited)
Marian Collier
Marian Collier
Olga (uncredited)
Pat Comiskey
Pat Comiskey
Spats' Henchman (uncredited)
Bing Conley
Bing Conley
Gangster at Convention (uncredited)
Paul Cristo
Paul Cristo
Gangster at Convention (uncredited)
James Dime
James Dime
Gangster Convention Greeter (uncredited)
Franklyn Farnum
Franklyn Farnum
Party Guest (uncredited)
Duke Fishman
Duke Fishman
Gangster at Convention (uncredited)
Mary Foley
Mary Foley
Band Member (uncredited)
George Ford
George Ford
Police Officer (uncredited)
Paul Frees
Paul Frees
Funeral Director / Speakeasy Waiter (voice) (uncredited)
Bobby Gilbert
Bobby Gilbert
Speakeasy Patron (uncredited)
Joseph Glick
Joseph Glick
Gangster at Convention (uncredited)
Jack Gordon
Jack Gordon
Gangster with Charlie (uncredited)
Joe Gray
Joe Gray
Mobster at Banquet (uncredited)
Stuart Hall
Stuart Hall
Speakeasy Patron (uncredited)
Sam Harris
Sam Harris
Hotel Guest (uncredited)
Harold 'Tommy' Hart
Harold 'Tommy' Hart
Official #2 (uncredited)
William Hoehne Jr.
William Hoehne Jr.
Policeman (uncredited)
Shep Houghton
Shep Houghton
Speakeasy Patron (uncredited)
John Indrisano
John Indrisano
Waiter (uncredited)
Tom Kennedy
Tom Kennedy
Bouncer (uncredited)
Joseph La Cava
Joseph La Cava
Gangster at Convention (uncredited)
George Lake
George Lake
Small Role (uncredited)
Carl M. Leviness
Carl M. Leviness
Retirement Home Resident (uncredited)
King Lockwood
King Lockwood
Gangster at Convention (uncredited)
Hank Mann
Hank Mann
Speakeasy Patron (uncredited)
Tiger Joe Marsh
Tiger Joe Marsh
Small Role (uncredited)
Jack Mather
Jack Mather
Small Role (uncredited)
Tipp McClure
Tipp McClure
Spats' Henchman (uncredited)
Frank McLure
Frank McLure
Speakeasy Patron (uncredited)
Laurie Mitchell
Laurie Mitchell
(uncredited)
William H. O'Brien
William H. O'Brien
Hotel Guest (uncredited)
Colleen O'Sullivan
Colleen O'Sullivan
Band Member (uncredited)
Joe Palma
Joe Palma
(uncredited)
Helen Perry
Helen Perry
Rosella (uncredited)
Jack Perry
Jack Perry
Gangster at Convention (uncredited)
Danny Richards Jr.
Danny Richards Jr.
Fresh Bellboy (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle
Edwin Rochelle
Chef (uncredited)
John Roy
John Roy
Police Officer (uncredited)
Cosmo Sardo
Cosmo Sardo
Waiter (uncredited)
Scott Seaton
Scott Seaton
Old Man (uncredited)
Sammy Shack
Sammy Shack
Commuter at Station (uncredited)
Fred Sherman
Fred Sherman
Drunk (uncredited)
Carl Sklover
Carl Sklover
(uncredited)
Bert Stevens
Bert Stevens
Speakeasy Patron (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey
Arthur Tovey
Speakeasy Patron (uncredited)
Sid Troy
Sid Troy
Gangster at Convention (uncredited)
Ralph Volkie
Ralph Volkie
(uncredited)
Tito Vuolo
Tito Vuolo
Mozzarella (uncredited)
Sandra Warner
Sandra Warner
Emily (uncredited)
Billy Wayne
Billy Wayne
(uncredited)
Grace Lee Whitney
Grace Lee Whitney
Rosella (uncredited)

Crews

Billy Wilder
Billy Wilder
Director
Charles Lang
Charles Lang
Director of Photography
Billy Wilder
Billy Wilder
Producer
Doane Harrison
Doane Harrison
Producer
Arthur P. Schmidt
Arthur P. Schmidt
Editor
Billy Wilder
Billy Wilder
Screenplay
Adolph Deutsch
Adolph Deutsch
Original Music Composer
Phil Benjamin
Phil Benjamin
Casting
Ted Haworth
Ted Haworth
Art Direction
Edward G. Boyle
Edward G. Boyle
Set Decoration
Agnes Flanagan
Agnes Flanagan
Hairstylist
Emile LaVigne
Emile LaVigne
Makeup Artist
Alice Monte
Alice Monte
Hairstylist
Allan Snyder
Allan Snyder
Makeup Artist
Allen K. Wood
Allen K. Wood
Production Manager
Hal W. Polaire
Hal W. Polaire
Assistant Director
Fred Lau
Fred Lau
Sound
Milt Rice
Milt Rice
Special Effects
Daniel Hays
Daniel Hays
Special Effects
Paul Baxley
Paul Baxley
Stunts
Polly Burson
Polly Burson
Stunts
Joe Gray
Joe Gray
Stunts
Carey Loftin
Carey Loftin
Stunts
Bernie Abramson
Bernie Abramson
Still Photographer
Phil Stern
Phil Stern
Still Photographer
Don Stott
Don Stott
Gaffer
Eve Newman
Eve Newman
Music Editor
Gerald Wiggins
Gerald Wiggins
Vocal Coach
John Franco
John Franco
Script
Jack Cole
Jack Cole
Choreographer
John Veitch
John Veitch
Location Manager
Matty Malneck
Matty Malneck
Songs
Matty Malneck
Matty Malneck
Music
Sam Nelson
Sam Nelson
Assistant Director
Barney Kessel
Barney Kessel
Additional Soundtrack
Robert Thoeren
Robert Thoeren
Story
Michael Logan
Michael Logan
Story
I. A. L. Diamond
I. A. L. Diamond
Associate Producer
I. A. L. Diamond
I. A. L. Diamond
Screenplay
Bert Henrikson
Bert Henrikson
Wardrobe Supervisor
Doane Harrison
Doane Harrison
Associate Producer
Tom Plews
Tom Plews
Props
Orry-Kelly
Orry-Kelly
Costume Design

Trailers and other movies

Trailer
Some Like it Hot (1959) | Meet Sugar Kane | MGM Studios

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