Louisiana Story (1948), a classic with real Cajun flavor— Motion Picture Gems
The story of Marilyn Monroe—told in a coloring book-- TCM
And yet more controversy in the unending speculation about Monroe’s death-- Cinematical
Joe E. Brown in Bright Lights (1935)--Art, Movies, Wood and Whatnot
The Lux Radio Theater guide to becoming a movie star— Screen Snapshots
Hmm... I wonder who would actually color Marilyn?ReplyDelete
Seems both rather strange and intriguing.
I know thingy--who the heck thought of this? They were just sitting there one day and suddenly went--of course! A Marilyn Monroe coloring book! Who wouldn't want that? This woman inspires the most bizarre ideas.ReplyDelete