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Here's part of the content - you would like to know it all? Delve into this book today!..... : After Monroe's stardom, 20th Century Fox began claiming that Monroe's only line in the film had been cut out, an anecdote Monroe repeated on Person to Person in 1955, but film historian James Haspiel says her line is intact and she also appears in a shot with herself and another woman paddling a canoe.
...It was at some time during this 1949-1950 period that Hyde arranged for her to have a slight bump of cartilage removed from her somewhat bulbous nose which further softened her appearance and accounts for the slight variation in look she had in films after 1950.
...During this time Monroe had minor parts in four films: the low-budget drama Home Town Story with Jeffrey Lynn and Alan Hale, Jr. , and three comedies: As Young as You Feel with Monty Woolley and Thelma Ritter; Love Nest with June Haver and William Lundigan; and Let's Make It Legal with Claudette Colbert and Macdonald Carey, all of which were filmed on a moderate budget and only became mildly successful.
... In his autobiography, Movie Stars, Real People and Me, director Logan wrote, I found Marilyn to be one of the great talents of all time. . . she struck me as being a much brighter person than I had ever imagined, and I think that was the first time I learned that intelligence and, yes, brilliance have nothing to do with education.
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Inside the Guide: Marilyn Monroe, Christie's, Chloral hydrate, Charlotte Sullivan, Catherine Hicks, Bus Stop (film), Brentwood, Los Angeles, Blonde stereotype, Blonde (film), Billy Wilder, Betty Grable, Bert Stern, Berniece Baker Miracle, Ben Lyon, Barbiturate, Audrey Hepburn, Ashley Judd, As Young as You Feel, Arthur Miller, Anthony Summers, Angie Dickinson, Amagansett, New York, All About Eve, After the Fall (play), Affair, Adele Jergens, Actors Studio, A Ticket to Tomahawk, AFI's 100 Years...100 Stars, 23rd Academy Awards, 20th Century Fox, 1962 in film, 1961 in film, 1960 in film, 1959 in film, 1957 in film, 1956 in film, 1955 in film, 1954 in film, 1953 in film, 1952 in film, 1951 in film, 1950 in film, 1948 in film