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Marilyn Monroe Porn Film Found?

21 July 2011 5:55 AM, PDT | Huffington Post | See recent Huffington Post news »

Buenos Aires, Argentina — A Spanish collector plans to auction what he claims is a newly discovered 8-mm version of a film purportedly showing Marilyn Monroe having sex when she was still an underage actress known as Norma Jean Baker.

A Marilyn Monroe expert, however, says the actress in the film is someone else, considerably heavier and less feminine than the legendary film star.

"That's not Marilyn. The chin is not the same, the lips are not the same, the teeth are not the same," said Scott Fortner, who has a sizeable collection of Monroe memorabilia, including a belt he said proves how much more petite she was. "Marilyn was a tiny little thing. And I know that for a fact. I own her clothing."

Collector Mikel Barsa said in an interview Wednesday that he wants at least $500,000 for the sexually explicit 6 1/2-minute, grainy black-and-white film, which he says was made »

- AP

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Retro Review 1981: Hardly Working

7 April 2011 10:05 PM, PDT | Corona's Coming Attractions | See recent Corona's Coming Attractions news »

Hardly Working (Original Release Date: 3 April 1981)

I’ve been trying to think of some way to review this movie that doesn’t just involve me nitpicking through it scene by terrible scene. I’ll do my best.

Hardly Working works hard to convince you Jerry Lewis is funny.  The movie opens with a montage of slapstick highlights from older Jerry Lewis comedies.  I’m sure reviewers at the time made a point about how they were funnier than anything in the movie to follow.  The more cynical of the reviewers might have pointed out that many of these clips are unfunny, and set a precedent for the rest of the movie.

There’s a deeper problem with starting the movie off with these clips.  There’s no reason to have them there.  They’re choppily edited together, and they’re thrown at the audience as a cold open.  A person »

- Thurston McQ

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Old Ass Movies: The Marx Brothers Spend ‘A Night in Casablanca’

20 March 2011 3:30 PM, PDT | | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

Your weekly fix of great movies made before you were born that you should check out before you die. This week’s Old Ass Movies celebrates the nonsense of the best American comedians of all time. Groucho, Harpo and Chico move in on Bogart’s territory by setting up camp at a hotel in Casablanca, mocking Nazis, playing with a toupee, and remembering to set their watches. A Night in Casablanca (1946) Directed By: Archie Mayo Written By: Joseph Fields & Roland Kibbee Starring: Groucho Marx, Chico Marx, Harpo Marx, Sig Ruman, Lisette Verea, Lois Collier, and Charles Drake Selling someone on watching a Marx Brothers movie should be as easy as standing on the street corner offering free bacon, but A Night in Casablanca isn’t the typical Marx movie. It certainly shouldn’t be the first a newcomer should see, since that distinction goes to Duck Soup. It shouldn’t even be the second or third film »

- Cole Abaius

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The Untouchables Star Gordon Dies

26 January 2011 8:08 AM, PST | WENN | See recent WENN news »

American actor Bruce Gordon has passed away just days after the death of his The Untouchables co-star Paul Picerni.

The 94 year old, who lived in Santa Fe, New Mexico, died last Thursday after a long illness, according to Santa Fe Funeral Options, a local funeral home.

The news comes just a week after his TV colleague Picerni suffered a fatal heart attack at his home in Llano, California.

Gordon made his Broadway debut in 1937, playing several small roles in The Fireman's Flame. His other Broadway credits include Arsenic and Old Lace, Medea, Richard II, The Lark and Nowhere to Go But Up.

His television career kicked off in the 1940s, with guest appearances on several U.S. series, including I Spy, Have Gun - Will Travel, Gunsmoke, Perry Mason, Bonanza and Police Woman, among others.

In the late 1950s, he was the host of espionage docudrama Behind Closed Doors, and in the 1960s he enjoyed a recurring role on Peyton Place.

But Gordon will perhaps be best remembered for his role as mob boss Frank Nitti on classic 1960s U.S. TV series The Untouchables.

His feature film credits include Love Happy (1949), The Buccaneer (1958) and Tower of London (1962).

Information on Gordon's survivors was not made available as WENN went to press. »

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