Ah, so it's the amount of films on their resume that make them icons. The less films the better? Does that make Oscar winner Shirley Booth (5 films) an icon or is she disqualified because she doesn't have a pretty face? Just askin'Grace Kelly only appeared in 11 films. She was both a nominee and a winner.
That is what I did.I love for it to happen too, but I'm not holding my breath. Most of the old Marilyn Monroe Blue Rays, especially Niagara, are long out of print and are going for a king's ransom on various websites. If there are any that you want or do not already have, you'd better snatch them up while you can if you can find them at a reasonable price.
Thanks. Well, I don't mind that price for 7 movies.Konstantinos,
I'm assuming you're referring to the "Forever Marilyn" set. If you can find it at a good price, you may want to go ahead and get it. At least you'll have it to watch as you are waiting for possible future 4k releases if any more do get released. Trouble is, this may be out of print because the cheapest new one on Amazon is around $70.00. The good news is there were a lot of these sets made so finding a good used one at a reasonable price shouldn't be difficult.
I'd settle for a good, cleaned up Columbia Classics DVD release of Ladies of the Chorus. It's been released on Region 2, which, to me, is quite odd. For the Monroe collectors out there, the movie would certainly sell on Region 1.I guess the one exception would be "Ladies of the Chorus" but that movie never did, to my knowledge, even get an official Region 1 DVD release so I'm guessing a Blu-ray of that would be totally out of the question.