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Marilyn Monroe – Compilation – Non-Music

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Tara: US
An: 1976
Stare disc: NM
Stare coperta: EX
Observații: Gatefold superb, compilație, Non-Music record. Discul este impecabil. Mici urme de depozitare pe muchia de pe partea de sus a gatefold-ului. Un album destul de rar, cu o imagine de impact pe coperta.

A1 Marilyn at 1954 recording session of “A Fine Romance”, “Like A Woman Should” and “You’d Be Surprised.”
A2 Marilyn at 1954 recording session of “A Fine Romance”, “Like A Woman Should” and “You’d Be Surprised.”
A3 Marilyn at 1954 recording session of “A Fine Romance”, “Like A Woman Should” and “You’d Be Surprised.”
A4 “Love Happy,” 1949. Scene with private eye Groucho Marx. Royal Triton TV commercial for Union Oil Co., 1950. (Marilyn’s only commercial.)
A5 “Ladies Of The Chorus”,” 1948. Song “Anyone Can See I Love You.”
A6 “Ladies Of The Chorus.” Song “Every Baby Needs A Da-Da-Daddy.”
A7 “Ladies Of The Chorus”,” 1948. Song “Anyone Can See I Love You.”
A8 “The River Of No Return,” 1954. Scene with Tommy Rettig and song “Down In The Weadow.”
A9 “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes,” 1953. Song “Little Girl From Little Rock” with Jane Russell (Complete version with Main title and End title).
A10 “The Jack Benny Show,” Sept. 13, 1953. Marilyn’s TV debut. Song “Bye Bye Baby.”
A11 Marilyn in Korea, 1954. Song “Diamonds Are A Girl’s Best Friend.”
B1 “How To Marry A Millionaire,” 1953. Main Title by Alfred Newman and scenes with Betty Grable (picture) and Lauren Bacall.
B2 “Niagara,” 1952. Marilyn reacts to her interrupted “Kiss.”
B3 “The Seven Year Itch,” 1955. Scenes with Tom Ewell including “Rachmaninoff” and “Chopsticks.”
B4 “There’s No Business Like Show Business,” 1954. Song “A Man Chases A Girl” with Donald O’Connor.
B5 Marilyn Accepts 1952 Photoplay Award From Lauren Bacall For “Most Promising Actress.” Marilyn Meets The Press After Returning To Hollywood For “Bus Stop” In 1956.
B6 “Bus Stop,” 1956. Song “That Old Black Magic.”
B7 “The Prince And The Showgirl,” 1957. Scene with Laurence Olivier and song “I Found A Dream.”
B8 “Some Like It Hot,” 1959. Scene with Tony Curtis and song “Some Like It Hot.”
B9 JFK birthday party in Madison Square Garden, 1962. Marilyn sings “Happy Birthday” and special lyric to “Thanks For The Memory.”
B10 “Something’s Gotta Give,” 1962. Scenes from uncompleted film with Dean Martin, Phil Silvers and Wally Cox.

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