Forever Marilyn: The Blu-Ray Collection
The final film in my Seven Days of Marilyn Monroe series and in the Forever Marilyn: Blue Ray Collection is The Misfits. Though it is in black and white, the fantastic artwork on the disk makes up for that. It makes the set truly collectable, along with the artwork on
Berlin’s signature is all over this film and every single musical number. It’s like candy for my ears. This film shows that it’s not all glitz and glamor in showbiz, but there is a lot of real life going on behind the scenes.
Everything in this film comes together beautifully. The acting, the effects, the score and the storytelling are all fantastic.
Seven Days of Marilyn Monroe Day Two brings us to How to Marry a Millionaire, disc two in the Forever Marilyn: Blu-Ray Collection. This film is from 1953 with three of the most memorable actresses of all time. It is a romantic comedy times three as each of the leading ladies is looking for love, whether they know it or not.
Of all the films that I would love to see in a Blu-ray collection, I don’t know if I could find a set more perfect than this. Marilyn Monroe has fascinated me since I was a little girl. I used to try to dress up like her in Hollywood glam
To celebrate the release of Forever Marilyn: The Blu-Ray Collection, we’re giving away the set to one lucky reader. Keep reading to find out how to enter. Celebrate the life, the legend and the beauty of Marilyn Monroe. The iconic blonde bombshell shines in high definition in FOREVER MARILYN: THE BLU-RAY COLLECTION. With classics like The Misfits and Some Like It Hot as well as new-to-Blu-ray titles How to Marry A Millionaire, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes,