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Best Marilyn Monroe Movies

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, 1953 1. Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, 1953
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Lorelei, a showgirl, decides to go out on a trip to Paris with her friend Dorothy, before her wedding with the rich Gus Esmond. Her father-in-law sends a private detective to keep an eye on her.
The Seven Year Itch, 1955 2. The Seven Year Itch, 1955
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With his wife and son on a vacation trip, Richard Sherman decides to live an ideal bachelor’s life. He starts spending time with a blonde living in his building and soon, falls in love with her.
Some Like It Hot, 1959 3. Some Like It Hot, 1959
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When two musicians witness a mob hit, they flee the state disguised as women in an all female band, but further complications set in.
The Misfits, 1961 4. The Misfits, 1961
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Roslyn meets Guido, who introduces her to Gay and the two fall in love. But things explode when she learns that he and his friends are going to turn unfit horses into dog food.
Marilyn Monroe 5. How to Marry a Millionaire, 1953
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Drama movie about three women who are tired of cheap men and a lack of money. They intend to use all their talents to trap and marry three eligible millionaires, but find true love in the process.
Niagara, 1953 6. Niagara, 1953
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Niagara is an American 1953 film noir thriller film directed by Henry Hathaway, and starring marylin monroe, Joseph Cotten, Jean Peters, and Max Showalter. It was one of Fox’s biggest box office hits of the year.
The Prince and the Showgirl, 1957 7. The Prince and the Showgirl, 1957
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An American showgirl in London creates an international incident when she falls for a European prince.
Bus Stop, 1956 8. Bus Stop, 1956
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Comedy movie about a naive but stubborn cowboy falls in love with a singer and tries to take her away to get married and live on his ranch in Montana, against her will.
River of No Return, 1954 9. River of No Return, 1954
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After serving a prison sentence, farmer Matt Calder (Robert Mitchum) returns to his 19th-century Pacific Northwest gold rush town and retrieves his adolescent son, Mark (Tommy Rettig). Meanwhile, goodhearted barroom singer Kay (maralyn monroe) is heading downriver with her boyfriend, Harry (Rory Calhoun), to explore a potential gold claim. When their raft sinks, Harry robs Matt of his gun and horse to continue without Kay on land. Sailing downriver toward the claim, the trio plan their revenge.
The Asphalt Jungle, 1950 10. The Asphalt Jungle, 1950
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Recently released from prison, Dix Handley (Sterling Hayden) concocts a plan to steal $1 million in jewels. Dix gathers a team of small-time crooks, including a safecracker (Anthony Caruso) and a lawyer (Louis Calhern), and the heist is a success until a stray bullet kills one of the men. As they scramble to pick up the pieces after the theft, the men let their greed get the best of them while entangling themselves in webs of deceit, treachery and murder.
Don't Bother to Knock, 1952 11. Don’t Bother to Knock, 1952
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Don’t Bother to Knock is a 1952 American film noir thriller starring Richard Widmark and maryln monroe and directed by Roy Ward Baker.
All About Eve, 1950 12. All About Eve, 1950
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Margo, an established theatre actress, appoints Eve, an aspiring actress, as her personal assistant. However, Margo is unaware of Eve’s intention to take over her career.
Let's Make Love, 1960 13. Let’s Make Love, 1960
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One of the wealthiest men in the world, Jean-Marc Clement (Yves Montand) is rich in money, but lacking in love. While seeking someone who adores him for his personality rather than his fortune, Clement learns that he is the subject of a satirical theater production. Unrecognized as he visits the play’s set, Clement is offered the part as himself by the show’s unwitting producers, and he takes the gig to be close to the gorgeous yet down-to-earth actress Amanda Dell (marilyn monrow).
Something's Got to Give, 1962 14. Something’s Got to Give, 1962
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Something’s Got to Give is an unfinished 1962 American feature film, directed by George Cukor for Twentieth Century-Fox and starring marilyn manroe, Dean Martin and Cyd Charisse.
Monkey Business, 1952 15. Monkey Business, 1952
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Dr Barnaby, a scientist, develops the elixir of youth, which helps adults become children once again. Hilarious situations erupt when he and his wife drink it.
There's No Business Like Show Business, 1954 16. There’s No Business Like Show Business, 1954
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Irving Berlin’s There’s No Business Like Show Business is a 1954 20th Century-Fox DeLuxe Color musical-comedy-drama in CinemaScope, directed by Walter Lang.
We're Not Married!, 1952 17. We’re Not Married!, 1952
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Five married couples discover, to their shock, that they’re not really married! The justice of the peace who presided over their nuptials didn’t have a valid license. When they learn the news five years later, each couple must decide if they will remarry. Radio hosts Steve (Fred Allen) and Ramona (Ginger Rogers) couldn’t harbor more animosity toward each other; but does that mean they should go their separate ways? Annabel, recently crowned Mrs. Mississippi, has more of a semantic problem.
Love Nest, 1951 18. Love Nest, 1951
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Young New Yorkers (June Haver, William Lundigan) buy an old building full of odd tenants and in disrepair.
Ladies of the Chorus, 1948 19. Ladies of the Chorus, 1948
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Being a chorus girl is a family tradition for single mother May Martin (Adele Jergens) and her daughter, Peggy (marily monroe). But when the lead in the burlesque show they’re in walks out, Peggy finds herself catapulted to overnight fame as the star attraction. May tries to advise her na├»ve daughter about those who would try to take advantage of her, especially her old socialite boyfriend, Randy Carroll (Rand Brooks). Peggy falls for him anyway, and it’s unclear if his intentions are serious.
Clash by Night, 1952 20. Clash by Night, 1952
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Emotionally turbulent drama from director Fritz Lang, with Stanwyck as a restless woman straining against the confines of marriage.
Let's Make It Legal, 1951 21. Let’s Make It Legal, 1951
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A woman (Claudette Colbert) divorces her husband (Macdonald Carey) of 20 years because he gambles too much.
Love Happy, 1949 22. Love Happy, 1949
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A detective (Groucho Marx) and a shoplifter (Harpo Marx) race a dangerous blonde (Ilona Massey) to recover the stolen Romanoff diamonds.
As Young as You Feel, 1951 23. As Young as You Feel, 1951
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After his 65th birthday, Acme Printing plant worker John R. Hodges (Monty Woolley) becomes a victim of his employer’s mandatory retirement policy. In a scheme to get his job back and the policy repealed, Hodges impersonates parent-company owner Harold P. Cleveland and arranges an impromptu visit to the plant that he hopes will leave the executives’ heads spinning. But when his granddaughter’s boyfriend, Joe Elliott, discovers his plot, it could ruin everything.
My Week with Marilyn, 2011 24. My Week with Marilyn, 2011
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Colin, an aspiring filmmaker, works on a movie starring mariyln monroe. During the film shoot, he forms a bond with Marilyn.
Home Town Story, 1951 25. Home Town Story, 1951
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A newspaper editor (Jeffrey Lynn) blasts big business, then needs a big-business man’s (Donald Crisp) help.
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