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Marilyn Wilson (Character)
from Summer Dreams: The Story of the Beach Boys (1990) (TV)

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Marilyn Wilson-Rutherford (née Rovell; born 1947) is an American singer... See more »
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Marilyn Rovell


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  1. Love & Mercy (2014) Played by Erin Darke

  2. "The Beach Boys: An American Family"
        - Episode #1.1 (2000) TV episode, Played by Amy Van Horne (as Marilyn Rovell)
        - Episode #1.2 (2000) TV episode, Played by Amy Van Horne (as Marilyn Rovell)

  3. Summer Dreams: The Story of the Beach Boys (1990) (TV) Played by Wendy Foxworth

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From Love & Mercy (2014)
Marilyn Wilson: I'd like to make a toast. To "Good Vibrations", Brian's pocket symphony to God. And the biggest selling single the Beach Boys ever had. Ever!
Everyone: Here, here!
Guest 1: Brian, the suits at Capitol must be happy.
Guest 2: Yeah, I guess you can tell the record company to screw themselves. I mean, you can do whatever you want, Brian. Right?
Guest 1: Now what are you going to do with all that freedom?
Brian Past: [to Marilyn] Did my dad call?
Marilyn Wilson: No, he didn't. You want me to get him for you?
Guest 1: Hey Van, what do you and Brian have cooking?
Van Dyke Parks: [smiling] You know, just your basic American songbook neoclassical ditties. Your basic Copland, Gershwin, Hank Williams, a little bit of Irving Berlin and Kurt Weill, just a sprinkle of Beethoven and Beach Boys. Nothing too ambitious. Kind of a comedy album. Brian wants to call it Smile.
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