"AIN'T THERE ANYONE HERE FOR LOVE" JANE RUSSELL TRIBUTE (BEST HD QUALITY)
Hoagy Carmichael and Harold Campbell Adamson wrote "Ain't There Anyone Here For Love" in 1954 for the film version of Gentlemen Prefer Blond...
Hoagy Carmichael and Harold Campbell Adamson wrote "Ain't There Anyone Here For Love" in 1954 for the film version of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. It was sung in the film by 40's/50's sex symbol Jane Russell. This has to be one of the best, campy, homoerotic scenes that I have ever seen in a musical. You have a bunch of male athletes wearing flesh tone trunks wresting and working out all around her, but they are only interested in each other. Even though a conservative, staunch Republican, Jane always seemed to enjoy her status as a gay icon, and she was well aware of the homo erotica in the film when she sings "Ain't There Anyone Here for Love" in the middle of a training session for the Olympic team. I wonder if it irked her that the first question people would ask her in her later in her career was "what was Marilyn like"? Enjoy!! Thank You For Your Comments.
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