Give a Girl a Break
Born Today
Home / Give a Girl a Break

Give a Girl a Break

82 min
Comedy | Musical | Romance
IMDB rate:
Stanley Donen
Country: USA
Release Date: 1953-12-03
Filming Locations: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios - 10202 W. Washington Blvd., Culver City, California, USA
Marge Champion
Madelyn Corlane
Gower Champion
Ted Sturgis
Debbie Reynolds
Suzy Doolittle
Helen Wood
Mrs. Olga Bradshaw / Joanna Moss
Kurt Kasznar
Leo Belney
Richard Anderson
Burton Bradshaw
William Ching
Anson Prichett
Lurene Tuttle
Mrs. Doolittle
Larry Keating
Felix Jordan
Donna Martell
Janet Hallson
Dorothy Abbott
Chorine (uncredited)
Jimmy Ames
Joe (uncredited)
Margaret Bert
Fanny (uncredited)
Wanda Jay Bieber
Dancer (uncredited)
Donia Bussey
Dancer (uncredited)
Emilie Cabanne
Minor Role (uncredited)
John Call
Mr. Doolittle (uncredited)
George Chakiris
Dancer (uncredited)
Sonie Charsaky
Margot (uncredited)
Ruth Clifford
Madelyn's Mother (uncredited)
Jonathan Cott
Assistant Director (uncredited)
Carli Elinor
Minor Role (uncredited)
James Farrar
Minor Role (uncredited)
Mary Foran
Singer (uncredited)
Inez Gorman
Miss Leslie (uncredited)
Jane Howard
Dancer (uncredited)
Diana Howe
Minor Role (uncredited)
Eileen Howe
Model (uncredited)
Duke Johnson
Juggler (uncredited)
Harry C. Johnson
Juggler (uncredited)
Donna Kaye
Contortionist (uncredited)
Jan Kayne
Girl in Subway (uncredited)
Colin Kenny
Man Leaving Bar (uncredited)
Noelle Kent
Minor Role (uncredited)
June Lyden
Minor Role (uncredited)
Archer MacDonald
Peter (uncredited)
Svetlana McLe
Dancer (uncredited)
Teresa Mitchell
Minor Role (uncredited)
Ralph Montgomery
Dresser (uncredited)
Sam Pierce
Minor Role (uncredited)
Shirley Powell
Minor Role (uncredited)
Erin Selwyn
Minor Role (uncredited)
Sandra Spence
Girl in Lavish Apartment (uncredited)
Cy Stevens
Writer (uncredited)
Sandra Stone
Dancer (uncredited)
Beverly Thompson
Dancer (uncredited)
Mitzie Uehlien
Dancer (uncredited)
Marjorie Wood
Mme. Cerette (uncredited)
Wilson Wood
Dog Trainer (uncredited)
Did you know?
Although Stanley Donen and Gower Champion were credited with staging the musical numbers, Bob Fosse insisted on doing the choreography for his dance scenes.
Share this
One of the modest budget, B movie musicals MGM used in it's golden age as a showcase for what they hoped were up and coming talents (as well as efficiently using contract players and existing sets). MGM Records did not release a soundtrack album.
Share this
The theater marquee on opening night says "Felix Jordan's New Review". It should be "New Revue."
Share this
Photos from cast
Bob Fosse