This was the second Marilyn film I ever saw. I can't remember where or how, but it was a good couple of years after 'The Seven Year Itch'. This was in the day before I managed to con my Dad into getting a VCR. I love everything about this film, particularly Marilyn's romance with David Wayne and the final scene - "Gentlemen, to our wives!" I won't say any more in case you haven't seen it. No spoilers here!
Some Like It Hot (1959) Director: Billy Wilder Stars: Marilyn Monroe Tony Curtis Jack Lemmon Comedy Romance 120 min B&W ~ When two musicians witness a mob hit, they flee the state in an all female band disguised as women, but further complications set in.
1952 / (Photos Jock CARROLL) Marilyn en tailleur noir lors du tournage du film "Niagara". / Un critique de l'époque l'affirmait : "Ce film authentifie deux chefs-d'œuvre de la nature : le Niagara et Marilyn." Il reste pourtant l'un des films les moins connus de l'actrice – qui s'impose là définitivement comme sex-symbol –, bien qu'il soit l'un des plus représentatifs de la palette de son talent. Un film étrangement vénéneux, littéralement transcendé par sa mise en scène, que l'on doit au…
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This may have been billed as a Marilyn film, but I think of this more as a Donald O'Connor film. Especially as more about his personal life comes out, his performance here take on a poignancy that no one else in the cast comes close to.