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18 April 1963 (USA) See more »
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Rock Hudson narrates a compilation of clips from Marilyn Monroe's 20th Century-Fox movies. The documentary... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Marilyn Monroe ... Herself (archive footage)

Rock Hudson ... Narrator
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Lauren Bacall ... Herself (scene from "How to Marry a Millionaire") (archive footage) (uncredited)

Anne Baxter ... Herself (scenes from "A Ticket to Tomahawk" / "All About Eve") (archive footage) (uncredited)

Cyd Charisse ... Herself (scene from "Something's Got to Give") (archive footage) (uncredited)

Charles Coburn ... Himself (scene from "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes") (uncredited) (archive footage)

Wally Cox ... Himself (scene from "Something's Got to Give") (uncredited) (archive footage)

Dan Dailey ... Himself (scene from "There's No Business Like Show Business") (uncredited) (archive footage)

Tom Ewell ... Himself (scene from "The Seven Year Itch") (uncredited) (archive footage)
Betty Field ... Herself (scene from "Bus Stop") (archive footage) (uncredited)

Mitzi Gaynor ... Herself (scene from "There's No Business Like Show Business") (archive footage) (uncredited)

Betty Grable ... Herself (scene from "How to Marry a Millionaire") (archive footage) (uncredited)
June Haver ... Herself (scene from "Love Nest") (archive footage) (uncredited)

Celeste Holm ... Herself (scene from "All About Eve") (archive footage) (uncredited)

Hope Lange ... Herself (scene from "Bus Stop") (archive footage) (uncredited)
William Lundigan ... Himself (scene from "Love Nest") (uncredited) (archive footage)

Dean Martin ... Himself (scene from "Something's Got to Give") (uncredited) (archive footage)

Ethel Merman ... Herself (scene from "There's No Business Like Show Business") (archive footage) (uncredited)

Robert Mitchum ... Himself (scene from "River of No Return") (uncredited) (archive footage)
Don Murray ... Himself (scene from "Bus Stop") (uncredited) (archive footage)

Arthur O'Connell ... Himself (scene from "Bus Stop") (uncredited) (archive footage)

Donald O'Connor ... Himself (scene from "There's No Business Like Show Business") (uncredited) (archive footage)
Jack Paar ... Himself (scene from "Love Nest") (uncredited) (archive footage)
Gregory Ratoff ... Himself (scene from "All About Eve") (uncredited) (archive footage)

Tommy Rettig ... Himself (scene from "River of No Return") (uncredited) (archive footage)

Jane Russell ... Herself (scene from "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes") (archive footage) (uncredited)

Phil Silvers ... Himself (scene from "Something's Got to Give") (uncredited) (archive footage)

David Wayne ... Himself (scene from "We're Not Married") (uncredited) (archive footage)
George Winslow ... Himself (scene from "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes") (uncredited) (archive footage)
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5 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Diamonds is not a CinemaScope, 14 December 2005
Author: buchan99 from United States

The clip of Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend used in the doc is not an alternate CinemaScope take. It is the exact version lifted from the original Academy Ratio version of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. However, the doc was released as a Scope movie, and they zoomed-in on the 1.33 image to create a faux Scope version. Wish it were an alternate version, but sadly it is not... That said, the documentary is a lot of fun, especially in light of Rock Hudson's known public history today compared to that of 1963. It's also interesting watching Rock being manly by smoking while watching the clips - looks terribly effected from today's perspective. It does contain the clips from her unfinished film which has been released on DVD a while back.

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