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Mark7
Here is the link to this VERY RARE television special "Eyewitness - Marilyn Monroe: Why?" August 10th 1962

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JGf5yEDe_r4
123youandme
So great !!! Thank you very much !!! It was really a pleasure to see this.

Do you have ever seen these ??? -

"Marilyn Remembered" - ABC - aired 1974 - with Peter Lawford and Shirley Winters

or

Ep 1.04 DuPont Show Of The Week: USO -- WHEREVER THEY GO!
08 Oct 1961 NBC Sun
written by George Foster
Performers: Dick Powell, Jack Benny, Marilyn Monroe
Debbie Reynolds, Lena Horne
Summary:
In 1942 the late Al Jolson led the first USO unit overseas to entertain the troops.
Films of that trip and many others that followed are highlights of this hour-long tribute
and a number of USO headliners are on hand to talk about their experiences.

Dick Powell comments on films taken aboard the carrier Intrepid, where the audience
is listening to a crooner named Dick Powell. Marilyn Monroe narrates clips of her
tour of Korea, Jack Benny remarks on his rendition of "Love in Bloom", Merle Oberon,
Debbie Reynolds, Danny Thomas, Joe E. Brown and Danny Kaye talk about trips
during World War II and the Korean War. Frances Langford recalls her stint with the
Bob Hope troupe, Bob himself is on hand to view himself in such activities as a duet
with Bing Crosby of "Mairzy Doats" and Steve Lawrence and Edyie Gorme recollect
their recent journey to Berlin and discuss the shows and services of the USO Today.Also seen on this filmed memoir, Gary Cooper, Frank Sinatra, Phil Silvers, Dinah Shore, Edward G. Robinson,
Leo Durocher, Martha Raye, Ray Bolger, Kay Kyser, James Cagney, Mickey Rooney,
Jane Russell and Marlene Dietrich singing at a night club in liberated Paris.Former Presidents Harry Truman and Dwight Eisenhower appear briefly to applaud the patriotic spirit of show people.*This episode presents a tribute to the USO on its 20th anniversary
and to those of the entertainment world who have given their time
and performed for the American armed forces at bases at home and
abroad, in peace and war.

Or do you know if it is among collectors ???

Thanks a million!!!
Considerate
Thanks Mark. A great video.
It was especially excellent to see and hear Clifford Odets speak of Marilyn....fantastic !

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Frank, i'd sure like to find this video also......
Mezzo
Thank you for the link. I was also touched by Clifford Odet's contribution.
Mark7
QUOTE(Considerate @ Aug 15 2013, 01:05 AM) *
Thanks Mark. A great video.
It was especially excellent to see and hear Clifford Odets speak of Marilyn....fantastic !

Click to view attachment

Frank, i'd sure like to find this video also......


For you, frank and anyone else that wants to see it here is a link to a rare short interview with Ben Lyon i just uploaded to youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qXVsGHh7vkg talking about when he first met Norma Jeane and how she got her name! smile1.gif yes i read about that 1974 show. i don't have it but if i find it up on my channel it will go!
Considerate
QUOTE(Mark7 @ Aug 16 2013, 08:19 PM) *
For you, frank and anyone else that wants to see it here is a link to a rare short interview with Ben Lyon i just uploaded to youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qXVsGHh7vkg talking about when he first met Norma Jeane and how she got her name! smile1.gif yes i read about that 1974 show. i don't have it but if i find it up on my channel it will go!

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meganmarilyn
Just saw this to download. Thanxs.
Paju
I watched it yesterday. It was really interesting to hear Emmeline Sniveny talk about young Marilyn and modelling. My favorite part has to be Clifford Odets and the way he talks about Marilyn. He's pretty much looking into the future and predicting what's going to happen.
Mariposa
QUOTE(Paju @ Jan 24 2015, 11:13 AM) *
I watched it yesterday. It was really interesting to hear Emmeline Sniveny talk about young Marilyn and modelling. My favorite part has to be Clifford Odets and the way he talks about Marilyn. He's pretty much looking into the future and predicting what's going to happen.



It's interesting to hear Marilyn described as a California blonde: darker in the winter then lighter with the sun in the summer. I've always read people trumpeting the fact that she was a brunette originally, which anyway is nonsense if you see the photographs of her as a child when she was very blonde.
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