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Marilyn Monroe 3-Pack [VHS]
Gentlemen may prefer blondes, but everyone prefers saving money, and that's just what you'll do with this special collector's set featuring "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes," "The Seven Year Itch" and "Let's Make Love."

(1950) All About Eve [VHS]
The 1950 Oscar for Best Picture went to Joseph L. Mankiewicz' sardonic look at show business glamour and the empty lives behind it. Bette Davis is veteran actress Margo Channing; Anne Baxter is Eve, her understudy desperate for stardom. With Hugh Marlowe, George Sanders, Thelma Ritter and a brief appearance by a young Marilyn Monroe. 138 min.

(1950) The Fireball [VHS]
The nationwide interest, thanks to TV, in roller derby during the late '40s and '50s led to this offbeat sports drama starring Mickey Rooney as a feisty orphan who becomes a top skater, with an ego to match, until he's stricken with polio. In an early film role, Marilyn Monroe co-stars as a derby groupie who's attracted to Rooney, and Pat O'Brien plays, of all things, a caring priest. 84 min.

(1951) Home Town Story [VHS]

Defeated politician Jeffrey Lynn tries to prove that corrupt "big business" has taken over City Hall, only to have a change of heart, in a drama produced with the cooperation of General Motors. With Donald Crisp, Alan Hale, Jr. and an early appearance by Marilyn Monroe. 61 min.

(1951) Let's Make It Legal [DVD]
Mirthful marital farce about a woman who divorces her husband of 25 years, much to the chagrin of their daughter. When the woman's former boyfriend enters the picture, the daughter tries to keep them apart. Claudette Colbert, Macdonald Carey, Barbara Bates, Robert Wagner, and Marilyn Monroe star. 76 min. Standard; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital stereo, Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, Spanish.

(1951) Love Nest [DVD]
A soldier returns to civilian life to discover his dreams of becoming a writer are shattered when he and his wife buy an apartment building and see their time occupied by servicing tenants' needs. Among the renters are a shady Casanova, and a sexy young woman and her husband. William Lundigan, June Haver, Marilyn Monroe, Jack Paar, and Frank Fay star in this domestic farce. 84 min. Standard; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital stereo, Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, Spanish.

(1952) Monkey Business [VHS] [DVD]

Howard Hawks' "fountain of youth" comedy stars Cary Grant as a scientist whose rejuvenation serum causes chaos for himself and everyone around him. With Ginger Rogers, Charles Coburn and Marilyn Monroe in an early role. 97 min.

DVD - Standard; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital stereo, Dolby Digital mono, French Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, Spanish; photo gallery; theatrical trailers.

(1952) Don't Bother To Knock [VHS] [DVD]

Taut psychological thriller that benefits by the offbeat casting of Marilyn Monroe as an emotionally disturbed woman hired to babysit at a hotel. Richard Widmark is a hotel guest whose chance encounter with Monroe leads to a desperate fight to save a child's life. With Lurene Tuttle, Jim Backus and Anne Bancroft (her film debut). 76 min.

DVD - Standard; Soundtracks: English stereo, mono; Subtitles: English, Spanish; photo gallery; theatrical trailer.

(1952) Clash By Night [DVD]
Fine melodrama from director Fritz Lang stars Barbara Stanwyck as an unhappy woman who returns to her coastal California hometown and marries local fisherman Paul Douglas, only to find herself attracted to his best friend, sullen Robert Ryan. Their affair leads to trouble in this adaptation of a Clifford Odets play; with Marilyn Monroe, Keith Andes. 105 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, Spanish, French; audio commentary; interview; theatrical trailer.

(1953) Gentlemen Prefer Blondes [VHS]
Showgirls Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell set sail for Paris on an ocean liner with the goal of landing some eligible millionaires in the lively musical/comedy based on Anita Loos' play. With Charles Coburn, Tommy Noonan, and Monroe's legendary "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend" number. 91 min.

(1953) How To Marry A Millionaire [VHS]
Delicious comedy about three man-crazed models who rent a posh Manhattan apartment and pose as rich gals in order to land wealthy bachelors. Marilyn Monroe is wooed by a playboy, but is snagged by tax-dodging crook David Wayne; Betty Grable hooks on to well-off Fred Clark, only to fall for forest ranger Rory Calhoun; and Lauren Bacall attracts aging, affluent William Powell, but opts for the seemingly poor Cameron Mitchell. Based on 1933's "The Greeks Had a Word for Them." 95 min.

(1953) Niagara [VHS] [DVD]
Taut tale of romance, deception and murder, with Marilyn Monroe in a rare unsympathetic role as a scheming wife who plots her husband's death with her lover...but her plan backfires, with tragic results. With Joseph Cotten, Richard Allen and Jean Peters. 89 min.

DVD - Standard; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital stereo, Dolby Digital mono, French Dolby Digital mono; photo gallery; theatrical trailer.

(1954) There's No Business Like Show Business [VHS]
And there's no musical like this grand salute to the songs of Irving Berlin. Classic Berlin tunes like the title song, "A Pretty Girl Is Like a Melody" and "You'd Be Surprised" are woven around the story of a close-knit vaudeville family. Ethel Merman, Dan Dailey, Donald O'Connor, Mitzi Gaynor and Marilyn Monroe star. 117 min.

(1954) River Of No Return [VHS] [DVD]

Gripping Gold Rush saga stars Marilyn Monroe as a saloon singer searching for her runaway husband with the aid of widowed trailhand Robert Mitchum. Spectacular rafting action sequences are not to be missed. Rory Calhoun, Tommy Rettig co-star under Otto Preminger's direction. 91 min.

DVD - 95 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital 4.0, French Dolby Digital stereo; Subtitles: English, Spanish; photo gallery; theatrical trailer.

(1955) The Seven Year Itch [VHS]
Billy Wilder's delightful comedy about (imagined) adultery stars Tom Ewell as the happily married man who finds himself tempted by upstairs neighbor Marilyn Monroe while his wife is on vacation. Marilyn's famous "standing on the subway grate" scene is a highlight; with Evelyn Keyes, Sonny Tufts. 105 min.

(1956) Bus Stop [VHS]
Marilyn Monroe stars with Don Murray in this acclaimed comedy/drama about an Arizona rodeo cowboy who tries to rope a sexy saloon singer into his arms before she leaves to pursue her dreams of stardom in Hollywood. Arthur O'Connell, Betty Field co-star. 98 min.

(1957) The Prince And The Showgirl [VHS] [DVD]

Laurence Olivier (who also directed) and Marilyn Monroe essay the title roles in this effervescent period romantic comedy, based on a play by Terence Rattigan. Olivier plays an uptight Carpathian royal who develops an unlikely attraction to free-spirited American chorus girl Monroe during a trip to London in 1911. Sybil Thorndike also stars. 117 min.

(1959) Some Like It Hot [VHS] (Special Edition) [DVD]
Jack Lemmon and Tony Curtis are two musicians who witness a mob hit, then escape by disguising themselves as women and joining an all-female band. You'll roar with delight at the twosome's antics, and savor Curtis' attempts to woo the gorgeous Marilyn Monroe. Billy Wilder's classic co-stars George Raft, Pat O'Brien and Joe E. Brown. 120 min.

DVD - Widescreen; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital 5.1 and mono, French mono, Spanish mono; Subtitles: French, Spanish; featurettes; photo gallery; theatrical trailers; scene access.
(1960) Let's Make Love [VHS] [DVD]
Engaging comedy concerning a millionaire (Yves Montand) who's determined to shut down a stage show that's burlesquing him...until he falls for cast member Marilyn Monroe! Tony Randall, Wilfrid Hyde-White co-star under George Cukor's direction; cameos by Bing Crosby, Gene Kelly. 118 min.

DVD - Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital 4.0, French Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, Spanish; photo gallery; theatrical trailer.
Biographical Movies

(1985) Say Goodbye To The President: Marilyn And The Kennedys [VHS]
The controversial BBC documentary that American networks refused to run. Was Marilyn Monroe's death linked to a Hollywood scandal? To the Mob? To the President of the United States? Never-before-seen interviews and evidence bring the screen goddess's last days into focus. 71 min.

(2001) Marilyn Monroe: The Final Days [DVD]
The enduring legend of Marilyn Monroe is celebrated in this documentary focusing on the last days of the screen siren. Highlighted by a 37-minute reconstruction of footage from Monroe's final film project, 1962's ill-fated "Something's Got to Give," the program also features rare photographs and interviews with her personal physician and her co-star Cyd Charisse. 117 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo.

(2002) Marilyn Monroe: The Mortal Goddess [DVD]
Perhaps the most iconic figure in the history of cinema, Marilyn Monroe remains as popular as ever due to her timeless beauty and enduring mystery. This fascinating biography of Monroe features interviews with those closest to her, as well as rare film footage and home movies. What follows is an intriguing glimpse into the life of Hollywood's favorite blonde. 91 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo; theatrical trailers.

Marilyn Monroe Scrapbook [VHS]
A revealing glimpse of the screen's unsurpassed sex symbol through rare interviews and news footage, a screen test, and original trailers for many of her classic films. 60 min.

Marilyn Monroe: Beyond The Legend [VHS]
A revealing look at Marilyn Monroe's incredible, short-lived career and her troubled life, boasting home movies, film clips and commentary from Robert Mitchum, Shelley Winters, Susan Strasberg and others. Richard Widmark narrates. 60 min.
Related Movies

Hollywood Without Makeup [VHS]
Join Ken Murray, ``Mr. Hollywood Home Movies,'' for an incredible collection of stars at work, home and play: Cary Grant, Mae West, Clark Gable, Dick Powell, Marilyn Monroe, and others. Includes behind-the-scenes looks at the shooting of 1939's ``Gunga Din'' and a tour of William Randolph Hearst's estate, San Simeon. 50 min.

Jack Benny, No. 9 [VHS]
In the first episode, Jack discovers that a young girl who wants his autograph plays the violin better than him. Julie London is also featured, and she chips in and flirts with Jack. Also includes an ultra-rare episode featuring Marilyn Monroe in her first TV appearance as Jack's dreamgirl on a Hawaiian vacation. 50 min.

Playboy's Playmates: The Early Years [VHS]
A sizzling sampling of the many beautiful women who have graced the pages of Playboy over the past three decades which is true "Entertainment for Men." Catch a glimpse of Marilyn Monroe (from the very first issue in '53), Jayne Mansfield and Stella Stevens, plus the magazine's many sensuous centerfolds, film clips and home movies of Hef at play. 70 min. NOTE: This Title Is Out Of Print; Limit One Per Customer.

(2004) Playboy: 50 Years Of Playmates [DVD]
Celebrate a half-century of hotties with this sexy, fun-filled retrospective that pays tribute to some of Playboy Magazine's loveliest ladies, from Marilyn Monroe and Bettie Page to Pamela Anderson, Jenny McCarthy and beyond. Includes interviews with the Playmates themselves, plus celebrities such as Kelsey Grammer, Drew Carey, Sharon Osbourne, Adam Corolla, Jimmy Kimmel, Hugh Hefner, and many more. 73 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English; bonus programs "Playmates of the Year: The '80s" and "Playmates of the Year: The '90s." Two-disc set.

Person To Person, Vol. 1 [VHS]
Host Ed Murrow lets you visit the homes of the famous, all through the miracle of live TV. Interview subjects include Marilyn Monroe, Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall, Bing Crosby, Eddie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds, Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, jazz pioneer W.C. Handy and cartoonist Rube Goldberg. 56 min.

Hidden Hollywood: Behind The Scenes [VHS]
A true mondo delight of film rarities, oddities and nostalgia items: Christmas with Joan Crawford and her kids, James Dean on driving safety, the 1939 Academy Awards, Bogie and Bacall in a screen test for an unmade movie. Previously seen as "Hollywood Outtakes," this tape also includes new footage featuring The Beatles, Marilyn Monroe, Elvis and others. 100 min.

The Edward R. Murrow Collection [DVD]
Pioneer CBS TV journalist Edward R. Murrow's finest moments are captured in this four-disc set. Included are "This Reporter" (1990), an Emmy-winning documentary filled with rare clips of Murrow interviewing Marilyn Monroe, Marlon Brando, Frank Sinatra, and others; "The Best of 'See It Now'," a look at Murrow's groundbreaking '50s program; "The McCarthy Years," which shows how the newsman confronted Red Scare fearmonger Sen. Joseph McCarthy; and Murrow's famed documentary on the hardships faced by migrant farm workers, "Harvest of Shame" (1960). 6 1/2 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo; biography; timeline.

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