Quantum Leap (1989–1993)
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Goodbye Norma Jean - April 4, 1960 

As the chauffeur of Marilyn Monroe, Sam must save her life and help her to make one final film, The Misfits (1961).

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Susan Griffiths ...
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Barbara Whitmore
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John Tremaine Jr.
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Elizabeth A. Coffee ...
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As the chauffeur of Marilyn Monroe, Sam must save her life and help her to make one final film, The Misfits (1961).

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2 March 1993 (USA)  »

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The episode's title refers to lyrics from the Elton John song Candle In The Wind, which was a tribute to Marilyn Monroe (Real name Norma Jean Baker). See more »

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When Barbara is trying out for Marilyn's role, John Tremaine Jr. says, "If Marilyn can't pull herself together, maybe we can get Liz." Huston tells him to call her agent. Tremaine isn't referring to Liz Vassey, the actress playing Barbara Whitmore, but to Elizabeth Taylor. See more »

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Dr. Sam Beckett: Al? You think I was crazy if I told you that...
Admiral Al Calavicci: If you told me what?
Dr. Sam Beckett: Never mind.
Admiral Al Calavicci: I'd say welcome to the human race, Sam. Every man that ever met her fell in love with her. Just... take good care of her and don't let her die. Nobody that beautiful should ever die.
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References The Misfits (1961) See more »

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Green Onions
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Written by Booker T. Jones, Steve Cropper, Lewie Steinberg, and Al Jackson Jr.
Performed by Booker T. & the M.G.s (1962)
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Oh Boy! It's Marilyn Monroe
10 January 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This episode is a great episode, there is a great buzz about the episode from the very start as soon as Marilyn is seen on screen and Sam mutters the immortal words 'Oh Boy'. Watching Sam try to remain his normal goody self whilst in front of this superstar makes the episode that more enjoyable, especially as Al is trying to get Sam to let go of his normal attitude and go wild. Even if this episode does rewrite history somewhat, it's fictional and not to be taken seriously. This episode is filled with a lot of emotion, it is filled with Sam trying frantically to stop Miss Monroe from her timely demise.

Quantum Leap takes a Quantum Leap at giving people a look at the real Marilyn Monroe.


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