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In The Final Days, producer-director Patty Ivins chronicles Monroe's final, aborted feature film, Something's Got to Give, which was ultimately shut down after the star was dismissed from the production. Beyond Monroe's fragile emotional and physical health, this well-crafted profile examines the financial crisis facing her studio as well as the mounting frustration of meticulous director George Cukor and his cast, including costar Dean Martin, as Monroe's absences drove the shoot over budget. The documentary concludes with a 40-minute reconstruction of footage completed for the feature, which would subsequently be reshot as a vehicle for Doris Day and James Garner, Move Over, Darling. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Product appears as described, have not watched the DVDs, but believe they will be fine. Corners of case damaged in shipment, but still intact.Published 1 month ago by Trisha L Newby
For anyone who loves Marilyn Monroe, or even for anyone who knows nothing about her but wants to learn, this is an essential collection of her films. Read more
Eleanor Parker is just as beautiful as Monroe, but her breasts are smaller.
Watch Parker act up a storm in "Interrupted Melody", playing the polio-stricken opera diva Marjorie... Read more
Marilyn Monroe in some of her best films. SHe doesn't star in all of them, but her contribution to the films is unforgettable.Published on July 27 2003
Take "There's no Business like show business"(a completely awful movie which showcases marilyn's voice and body while the rest of it bores the heck out of you) out of... Read morePublished on June 19 2003 by Ei
And I think that this collection really shows her true talent!
Who can resist her charm, her danty personality or her atomic apperance. Read more
I love Marilyn movies!! This box set is also more economical to purchase than each of the movies seperatey. Read morePublished on Aug. 25 2002 by Stacy E. Swanson
I got this as a birthday gift and was absolutly thrilled. It's a perfect collection of some of Marilyn's best including musicals, comedies, and drama. Enjoy!Published on April 29 2002 by Claire
This set, for the most part, is an absolute dream. Monroe really shines in the SEVEN YEAR ITCH, BUS STOP, HOW TO MARRY A MILLIONAIRE, and GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES. Read morePublished on April 17 2002 by Farrell Mc Nulty