Screen Goddesses “Marilyn Monroe”

“Hollywood is a place where they’ll pay you a thousand dollars
for a kiss and fifty cents for your soul”


Marilyn Monroe first came onto my movie radar
whilst watching John Huston’s 1950 The Asphalt Jungle,
now granted she only had a minor role in the fillm but it
was a good performance and a launch pad for her career.


The 50’s was a whirlwind of endless success for Marilyn,
she was the pin up girl that everyone wanted a piece of,
every A-List actor & director wanted to work with her,
every man wanted to date her – she was and still is
Marilyn Monroe the Sexiest Woman Of All Time.


Marilyn Monroe brought an innocence & beauty to the screen
like no other movie actress – she won a Golden Globe for her
role as Sugar Kane in 1959’s Some Like It Hot and during
her successful spell in the 1950’s made over a dozen endearing
movies showing off her talent and that infectious smile of hers.


In 2010 we visited Marilyn Monroe’s star on the
Hollywood Walk Of Fame and her final resting place
The Westwood Memorial in L.A – i’m sure many reading
this have done the same – just our way of paying our
respect to one of the screen’s brightest stars
Marilyn Monroe


Top 30 Directors – No.29

Frank Capra

Frank Capra was one of the top directors
during the 1930s winning 3 Oscars as Director

It Happened One Night (1934)
The first Movie to win the Oscar Slam
Best Picture, Actor, Actress, Director & Screenplay

Mr Smith Goes To Washington (1939)
Capra & Stewart combine in this Inspiring Classic

Arsenic & Old Lace (1944)
Cary Grant & Priscilla Lane – Comedy at it’s Finest

It’s A Wonderful Life (1946)
James Stewart in an all time Movie Classic
Nominated for Five Oscars

Frank Capra born on May 18, 1897 (Sicily)

: Hosted the Academy Awards in 1936 & 1939

My Top 5 Frank Capra Movies:
1. It Happened One Night
2. It’s a Wonderful Life
3. Arsenic & Old Lace
4. Mr Smith Goes To Washington
5. Mr Deeds Goes To Town