Jack and Rochester are returning from a vacation in Hawaii. While sitting on the deck and reading, Jack encounters a large woman. He falls a sleep and dreams that the woman has turned into Marilyn Monroe.

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Jack and Rochester are returning from a vacation in Hawaii. While sitting on the deck and reading, Jack encounters a large woman. He falls a sleep and dreams that the woman has turned into Marilyn Monroe.

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Bye Bye Baby
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Composed by Jule Styne
Lyrics by Leo Robin
Sung by Marilyn Monroe
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Television glamor
6 October 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was pretty early in Monroe's career, and Jack was very excited about having her. He did a little bit about a dream on a cruise, which he later repeated with Jayne Mansfield, about some great dreams and waking up to fat girls--you have to realize, he did a lot of fat jokes. Monroe is luminous: a stunning beauty at that time, and she does a good job with the comedy too. This was her first television show, and when Jack asked her what she wanted to do it, she said, "Oh, I don't want money. But nobody has ever given me a car."

He gave her a Cadillac. It was not widely known at the time, because of his cheap image, and probably no one at the time would have believed it anyway.


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