These are Debra Monroe's favorite documentaries about Marilyn Monroe. Watch them and enjoy.
This beautiful documentary by Marilyn Monroe can be watched entirely on YouTube for an amount for €2.99
Fifty years after her tragic overonstilation, Marilyn Monroe is still our imagination. Norma Jean Baker made Marilyn Monroe as her public persona, only some intimate confidants really knew her. This unique creation is not only reflected in our collective memory. As an icon and sex symbol, she still inspires new generations. But who was the woman behind the legend? Based on personal documents, diaries and letters never seen before. Love, Marilyn offers you a stunningly intense look at the screened private life of one of the most glamorous icons of the past 50 years.
A great documantaire. Marilyn on Marilyn from 2001. Told by herself from the taped interviews she gave to Life Magazine and French Marie Claire, less than a month before she died accompanied by rare and previously unseen footage.
Here is the “real” Marilyn, drawn from some of her greatest moments on film – Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, How To Marry A Millionaire,The Seven Year Itch, Some Like It Hot, Bus Stop, The Misfits – and more. Here too are the earliest films, the home movies, archival footage, and the memories of those who knew her best, like Robert Mitchum, Shelley Winters, Sheree North, Susan Strasberg, Don Murray, Celeste Holm and Josh Logan.
Documentary about the making of the unfinished movie: Something's Got To Give. With rare footage of Marilyn on the Something's Got To Give set.
Interview by Marilyn Monroe about the golden dreams photoshoot
Marilyn: The Last Sessions, a revealing documentary about the Hollywood icon paints a rare portrait of Marilyn. Based on tapes made during psychoanalysis sessions in the months prior to her untimely death.
Marilyn's last interview on july 1962 for life magazine.