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Marilyn & Bobby: Her Final Affair (1993)

As the title implies, this is a highly fictionalized account of a supposed sexual relationship Marilyn Monroe had with then-Attorney General Robert F... See full synopsis »

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As the title implies, this is a highly fictionalized account of a supposed sexual relationship Marilyn Monroe had with then-Attorney General Robert F... See full synopsis »

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Anything can happen when legends fall in love.

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4 August 1993 (USA)  »

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The Best Monroe Ever!!
9 January 2001 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have seen a lot of actresses portray the Goddess of Hollywood before with little or no resemblence, but Melody Anderson from TV's Manimal is the only one to capture the sultry and virginal innocence so perfectly. From now on, I think she should be the only one to play Marilyn. James F. Kelly pulls off a fair RFK in this myth on the Kennedy's role in MM's death (any involvement would be up to the next person's beliefs). Sometimes running as a fictional story rather than a probable counter-history, the movie actually deals with a lot of easily checked events and circumstances to prove any sort of liaison ever took place, as well as some highly illogical and fascinating theories such as the Mafia bugging MM's house. Nevertheless, this fascinating pictoral could be a companion film to the fatalistic, conspiracy-driven "JFK." I think it's worth a look.


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