Celebrate the 80th anniversary of Marilyn Monroe with the delightful 4 disc boxed set featuring: 1. Gentlemen Prefer Blondes 2. The Seven Year itch 3. How To Marry A Millionaire 4. Marilyn Monroe - The Final Days For individual synopses' please refer to the individual products.
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 or region free DVD player in order to play Four features &39;Gentlemen Prefer Blondes&39; &39;Seven Year Itch&39; and &39;How To Marry A Millionaire&39; in which screen goddesses Betty Grable Lauren Bacall and Marilyn Monroe star as golddigging models blessed with fabulous looks but limited brain power The three blondes pool their resources and conspire to nab millionaire husbands renting an expensive penthouse to lure in their likely prey But with Rory Calhoun Cameron Mitchell David Wayne Fred Clark Alex D&39;Arcy and William Powell playing the desired millionaires the gals are pushed to the end of their wits as they try to decide whom to wed Basing his work on two successful stage plays famed producer and screenwriter Nunnally Johnson&39;s dialogue is fabulous and scenic views of Manhatten exploit the CinemaScope widescreen aesthetic Director Jean Negulesco keeps the antics of the remarkable ensemble cast hyped to an outrageous level which combines perfectly with both the script and the music to create exceptionally entertaining and classic camp This film is a must-see for fans of Marilyn Monroe who again asserts the brilliance of her comedic timing as the extremely myopic Pola a woman who refuses to wear glasses because she fears that they ruin her looks Also includes &39;Marilyn Monro - The Final Days&39;
Box set containing three popular Marilyn Monroe movies and a biographical documentary. In 'Gentlemen Prefer Blondes' (1953), Lorelei Lee (Monroe) and her showgirl partner Dorothy (Jane Russell) are a pair of gold-diggers who go to Paris in search of rich husbands, and set their sights on the wealthy male passengers on their transatlantic liner crossing. In the meantime they must fend off unsuitable beaux - including the US Olympic team. Best known for its musical numbers, including 'Diamonds are a Girl's Best Friend'. In 'How to Marry a Millionaire' (1953), three models (Lauren Bacall, Monroe and Betty Grable) rent an expensive New York apartment and set out to catch millionaire husbands. Suitable millionaires prove to be thin on the ground, however, and all three find that true love wins out after all - especially for Bacall, whose choice turns out to have been a millionaire all along. In 'The Seven Year Itch' (1955), happily-married Richard Sherman (Tom Ewell) is left in New York City while his wife and child go on summer vacation. His lively imaginings of what a summer of freedom has in store seem to have some validity when a beautiful and sensuous young girl (Monroe) moves into the sublet upstairs. Finally, 'Marilyn Monroe: The Final Days' looks at Monroe's final project, 'Something's Got To Give', one of the most talked about unfinished films in history. Through interviews, never-before-seen footage and an edited reconstruction of the film, the documentary takes a fascinating look back at the life and times of the world's most famous and beloved stars.