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Marilyn Monroe: The Final Days (2001)





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First shown on American Movie Classics, Marilyn Monroe: The Final Days covers the production of "Something's Got to Give," a romantic comedy starring Monroe, Dean Martin, and Cyd Charisse. Monroe was fired during filming shortly before her death, and the movie was eventually scrapped. The centerpiece of the documentary is a restored reconstruction of the surviving footage. "Something's Got to Give" was later produced as Move Over, Darling, with Doris Day ironically filling Monroe's former role.
Classics , Documentary , Special Interest , Television
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An informative if bland documentary on Monroe's final film project and last few months. The amount of talking heads is exceptional, but what really makes this stand out is the 37 or so reconstructed minutes from Something's Got to Give. It doesn't look like the film would have been an outstanding addition to Marilyn's filmography, but the legend surrounding it makes for interesting viewing.

Caleb McCandless
Caleb McCandless

I love this because it has a 30 minute video of what her last movie would have been; "Something's Got To Give" with Dean Martin, it was AMAZING. If they had finished this movie, it would have been a classic.

Juliana Vasek
Juliana Vasek

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