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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Weight 230 kg
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Very Good Plus (VG+)

Condition

Very Good Plus (VG+)

Title

Legends

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1000/1

Year

1976

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