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DUPONT SHOW OF THE WEEK: THE USO - WHEREVER THEY GO, THE|
Jack Benny, Joe E. Brown, Harry S. Truman, Dick Powell, Debbie Reynolds, Danny Kaye, Frances Langford, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Marilyn Monroe, Bing Crosby, Merle Oberon, Irving Berlin
Many stars from Hollywood give tribute to the USO units who since 1942 have entertained troops overseas. They include Dick Powell, Marilyn Monroe, Jack Benny, Debbie Reynolds, Danny Kaye, Merle Oberon, Frances Langford, Joe E. Brown, Harry Truman, Dwight D. Eisenhower and Bing Crosby. Included with these celebrity anecdotes, celebrating this 20th USO anniversary, is a clip of Irving Berlin singing his own song: "Until the Fifth Army Comes Home."
CBS EVENING NEWS WITH WALTER CRONKITE, THE|
Walter Cronkite, Kim Novak, Marilyn Monroe
Walter Cronkite, who began anchoring the CBS Evening News only three and a half months prior to this newscast, reports on the death of Marilyn Monroe. By closed circuit television, he also discusses the tragic death with Kim Novak and signs off the air with his familiar "And That's The Way It Is Aug. 6th 1962."
DR. JOYCE BROTHERS SHOW|
Marilyn Monroe, Dr. Joyce Brothers
Dr. Joyce Brothers gives commentary on the Aug. 5th death of Marilyn Monroe. "IF IT WAS SUICIDE, WHY?"
A 1960'S RADIO BROADCAST ADDITION: FAME IS FICKLE: AN NBC RADIO SPECIAL REPORT ON THE DEATH OF MARILYN MONROE|
Frank McGee, Marilyn Monroe, Bernard Frazella, Ken Bernstein, Irving R. Levine, Cecil Brown, Roy Neal, George Cukor, Theodore Kurphy, Richard Merrimen, Milton Greene, Ray Shearer, Cornelia B. Wilbur, Pete Martin, Leon Pearson
Marilyn Monroe, her life and death, with reactions from Bernard Frazella in Paris, Ken Bernstein in Buenos Aires, Irving R. Levine in Rome, Cecil Brown in Tokyo, Roy Neal in Hollywood, Director George Cukor, L.A. County's coroner Theodore Kurphy, Life Magazine associate editor Richard Merrimen (interviewed by Frank McGee on the day of Monroe's death Aug. 5th), Photographer Milton Greene, Author Pete Martin, Ray Shearer and psychologist Dr. Cornelia B. Wilbur. In addition, there are comments from Marilyn Monroe who speaks lovingly about her passion for the silver screen. This radio documentary report was broadcast three days after Marilyn Monroe's death. Leon Pearson hosts and narrates.
Charles Collingwood, Marilyn Monroe
Charles Collingwood hosts "Marilyn Monroe, Why?" and reveals her tragic life and death five days after her demise.
Anthony Quinn, Helen O'Connell, Marilyn Monroe, Jack Linkletter, Alan Weiss Snider, Harry Lipton, Jane Russell, Tom Kelly, Florence Williams, Christina Quinn
One month after the death of Marilyn Monroe, Jack Linkletter and Helen O'Connell talk to Monroe's make up man, Alan Weiss Snider; her first agent, Harry Lipton; actress Jane Russell; calendar photographer Tom Kelly; Hollywood studio club director Florence Williams; and the daughter of Anthony Quinn, Christina Quinn.
Marilyn Monroe, Mike Wallace
Mike Wallace narrates this special biography on the late Marilyn Monroe.
A 1960'S RADIO BROADCAST ADDITON: HOLLYWOOD BE THY NAME: A WILD AND WOOLY LOOK AT THE MOVIE COLONY|
W.C. Fields, Marilyn Monroe, James Dean, Ruth Hershman, Jimmy Wakely, Pete Seeger, Ray Charles
The make believe and movie magic of Hollywood is explored. Music and film tracks are interwoven making this original documentary profile quite creative. "Jimmy, We'll Never Forget You," a song tribute to James Dean is heard. Other reflections explored include the filming of "Night of the Iguana," and
reflection from actors, writers, directors
past and present...all presented with tongue and cheek and with great insight. Produced by the drama and literature
department of KPFK; Directed by Ruth
Hershman. Voices include those of Jimmy Wakely, Pete Seeger, Ray Charles, W.C. Fields, and Marilyn Monroe.
Eddie Cantor, Groucho Marx, Marilyn Monroe, Broderick Crawford, Maurice Chevalier, Paul Henreid, Al Jolson, Jack Lemmon, Jeanette MacDonald, Paul Newman, Burt Lancaster, Greta Garbo, Humphrey Bogart, Bette Davis, Merle Oberon, Ingrid Bergman, Anne Bancroft, Broderick Crawford, Dustin Hoffman, Sir Laurence Olivier, Patricia Neal, Mae West, Deborah Kerr
A retrospective from the silents to the '70s featuring highlights from 110 motion pictures with the stars Greta
Garbo, Eddie Cantor, Maurice Chevalier, Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman, Paul
Henreid, Bette Davis, Lawrence Olivier, Merle Oberon, Marx Bros., Mae West, Broderick Crawford, Burt Lancaster, Deborah Kerr, Paul Newman, Patricia Neal, Al Jolson, Jeanette MacDonald, Dustin Hoffman, Marilyn Monroe, Anne Bancroft, Jack Lemmon, and many others.
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