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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. Kennedy after her supposed affair with... See full synopsis »

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... Marilyn Monroe
James F. Kelly ... Bobby Kennedy
... Joe Scoman
Kristoffer Tabori ... James
... Carl
... Jimmy Hoffa
... J. Edgar Hoover
... Carlo Rossi
... Peter Lawford
... Diane
Phillip R. Allen ... Jake Herschel
Raymond Serra ... Sam Giancana
Gail Vern ... Blues Singer
Neriah Davis ... Kimmie
Steve Blackwood ... James Eldridge
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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. Kennedy after her supposed affair with his brother JFK, in the days preceding her supposed drug-overdose suicide, which according to this account was actually a cover-up for the relationship the Administration deemed an embarrassment. A number of leaps of faith are taken by the writer and are required by the viewer for this film to make any sense at all of the death of the actress who died at the age of 36. It takes no prisoners and shows little respect for the now-dead major players in the story. Watch it for James Kelly's spot-on portrayal of RFK, not so much for Melody Anderson's Marilyn, done with greater accuracy by Catherine Hicks in Marilyn: The Untold Story.

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Anything can happen when legends fall in love.

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4 August 1993 (USA)  »

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5 August 2015 | by See all my reviews

A good presumption of the last days of a movie star (Sex Goddess) in a time when women did not have much control of their public and acting career, she was manipulated by men in power. This movie which is supposed to be fictional could in some ways be factual, which knows what happened to Marilyn Monroe's diary. It does show that great men are just that... men. It also shows that many people involved with shady dealings did not know the consequences Of their contributions to the history of our country, and the many unknown faceless players lost to time itself. So much happened in the sixties this movie is just a glimpse, a good portrayal.


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