Some Like it HotThe MisfitsSomething's Got to GiveLet's Make Love
Something's Got to Give (1962)
Something's Got to Give was Marilyn Monroe's final film. It was abandoned after her death on August 5th, 1962. Marilyn appeared in Some Like It Hot in 1959, Let's Make Love in 1960, and The Misfits in 1961.
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George Sanders married Zsa Zsa Gabor in 1949, later divorcing her in 1954. He later married Zsa Zsa's older sister Magda briefly from 1970 to 1971. Over her lifetime, Zsa Zsa was married a whopping nine times. Her sisters Eva and Magda were only married a comparatively paltry five and six times respectively.
The Letter (1940)Now, Voyager (1942)Dangerous (1935)Jezebel (1938)
Bette Davis won two Oscars in her lifetime: first for Dangerous in 1935 and then for Jezebel in 1938. She was nominated for ten Oscars in total, making her the third most nominated actress in history after Meryl Streep and Katharine Hepburn.
Ginger RogersCyd CharisseEleanor PowellShirley Maclaine
Cyd Charisse danced with Gene Kelly in Singin' in the Rain (1952) and with Fred Astaire in The Band Wagon (1953). Other actresses who danced with both of them include: Judy Garland, Rita Hayworth, Debbie Reynolds and Leslie Caron.
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Jayne Mansfield never appeared in a Hitchcock film, however did appear in one episode of his TV series The Alfred Hitchcock Hour.
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Marilyn Monroe (not Audrey)
Truman Capote pictured Holly Golightly as a blonde. He wanted Marilyn Monroe to get the part, and strongly disliked Audrey Hepburn in the role. Nonetheless, the role earned Hepburn an Oscar nomination and the vision of her in a little, black dress and diamonds would become a cultural icon.
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The search for Scarlett O' Hara took two years and saw dozens of actresses considered. While Hepburn lobbied hard to play Scarlett, then director George Cukor wasn't convinced she was right for the role. It eventually went to Vivien Leigh, who went on to receive an Oscar and widespread acclaim for her performance.
Nosferatu (1922)Doctor Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1920)The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1923)The Phantom of the Opera (1925)
Nosferatu was created by German director F. W. Murnau. Bram Stoker's heirs sued over the adaptation, due to its' obvious similarity to Stoker's Dracula, and a judge ordered all copies of the film be destroyed. Some copies survived however and it is now considered a horror masterpiece.
All About Eve (1950)The African Queen (1951)Citizen Kane (1941)It Happened One Night (1934)
It Happened One Night (1934)
It Happened One Night was nominated for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Actress and Best Writing, winning all five.
The Gay DivorceeFlying Down to RioSwing TimeTop Hat
Flying Down to Rio (1933)
This movie marked the beginning of Fred Astaire and Ginger Roger's iconic partnership. They appeared in ten films together and their chemistry and dancing talent became legendary.
The Women (1939)Sunset Boulevard (1950)How to Marry a Millionaire (1953)Funny Face (1957)
Sunset Boulevard (1950)
"You see, this is my life! It always will be! Nothing else! Just us, and the cameras, and those wonderful people out there in the dark! All right, Mr. DeMille, I'm ready for my close-up."
Ruby Slippers from The Wizard Of Oz (1939)Little, Black Dress from Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961)White Subway Dress from The Seven Year Itch (1955)Royal Ascot Dress from My Fair Lady (1964)
Ruby Slippers ($666,000)
Marilyn Monroe's white dress sold for $4.6m, Audrey Hepburn's little, black dress sold for $807,000, and her royal ascot dress sold for $3.7m.