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Director Michael Curtiz' 1956 showbiz musical, about the careers of the early-20th-century songwriting trio DeSylva, Brown and Henderson, stars Dan Dailey, Gordon MacRae, Ernest Borgnine, Sheree North, Tommy Noonan, Larry Keating, Murvyn Vye, Jacques D'Amboise and Phyllis Avery.

  1. John O'Hara

    Story

  2. Phoebe Ephron

    Screenplay

  3. William Bowers

    Screenplay

  4. Michael Curtiz

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Gordon MacRae

    Gordon MacRae

    B.G. 'Buddy' De Sylva

  2. Dan Dailey

    Dan Dailey

    Ray Henderson

  3. Ernest Borgnine

    Ernest Borgnine

    Lew Brown

  4. Sheree North

    Sheree North

    Kitty Kane

  5. Tommy Noonan

    Tommy Noonan

    Carl Frisbee

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The Best Things In Life Are Free

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Status Released

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  • September 28, 1956
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 44m

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