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Marilyn Monroe - Studio Stars Collection - Volume 2 - DVD Boxset
Flirtatious, yet fr...
show moreagile. Seductive, yet sweetly innocent. Marilyn Monroe will forever be the epitome of the sexy screen blonde yet she stands apart from the legions of wannabes who followed. The myths and mysteries of her tempestuous life and tragic demise continue to provoke speculation and fascination in equal measure. But one thing remains certain: she will always be the beautiful girl in the billowing white dress, an iconic image that will surely last as long as Hollywood itself.How To Marry A MillionaireThey're three beautiful models, looking for the man and the money of their dreams! Almost broke, they pool their funds to rent a posh Manhattan penthouse in which they plan to lure their victims. But the gold diggers' plans suddenly go awry when two of them fall for men who appear to be poor! Trying to stop each other from marrying the wrong guy, Monroe, Grable and Bacall deliver the finest comedic performances of their careers. And they learn that a rich man is actually worthless unless you're in love with him!There's No Business Like Show BusinessAmid the breathtaking production numbers and masterful show tunes of Irving Berlin's There's No Business Like Show Business, Marilyn sings, dances and dazzles in this delightful musical saga of a show biz family looking back on their trials and triumphs, both in vaudeville and in life.The Seven Year ItchIt's a steamy summer in New York City and this scandalous, sexy comedy heats things up even more! A married man (Tom Ewell), whose wife and son are away for the Summer, has his fidelity put to the test when a seductive starlet (Marilyn Monroe) moves in upstairs. Keeping his marriage vows in the face of her flirtations proves tough when challenged by the notorious "seven year itch". Faced with this provocative problem, he's a victim to an outrageous mating dance filled with hilarious comedy! Directed by Billy Wilder, The Seven Year Itch has been heralded by critics and fans alike as one of the quintessential comedies of all time.Monkey BusinessIn this outrageous screwball comedy, a voluptuous secretary and her handsome boss can't stop themselves from engaging in a little monkey business after a chimpanzee accidentally concocts, then dumps, an anti-ageing formula into the office water cooler.Let's Make LoveAn international tycoon (Yves Montand, On A Clear Day You Can See Forever) falls head-over-heels in love with Broadway star Amanda Dell (Marilyn Monroe, Bus Stop, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes), who is the lead in a show lampooning the tycoon. Finding a way to be with her, he manages to persuade Milton Berle, Gene Kelly and Bing Crosby (all in cameo appearances as themselves) to coach him in comedy, song and dance to be good enough to the join the company and get closer to his love. He manages to keep his identity a secret, pretending to be a struggling actor. His plan starts to work as Amanda falls helplessly under his spell. But how long can he keep up the pretence?Let's Make It LegalMarilyn Monroe makes a cameo appearance in a charming spoof on marriage! A still gorgeous grandmother (Claudette Colbert) divorces her husband Hugh (Macdonald Carey) because he's a compulsive gambler. Their daughter (Barbara Bates) does all she can to get them back together, but problems arise when Victor (Zachary Scott), Mum's high school sweetheart turned millionaire, suddenly arrives in town. Even though a breathtaking beauty (Marilyn Monroe) is hot on his trail, Vic only has eyes for "Grandma" driving ex-husband Hugh to the brink of comic insanity as he wages a wild and unforgettable battle to win his wife back.As Young As You FeelMarilyn Monroe... in a rare cameo appearance that led her to stardom! When a gentleman (Monty Woolley) is forced to retire at age 65, he'll do just about anything to beat the system. Dying his hair black, he poses as the president of his former employer's handling company. Suddenly, free to air his views on everything from company policy to national economics, comic craziness ensues when he meets not only the firm's top executives, but someone equally impressive, a beautiful secretary, played by Marilyn Monroe, in one of her first and funniest roles.show less