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"Simon Prebble provides a sincere and authoritative tone and also offers an occasional offhand breathy vocal characterization of Monroe...Superb..." - AudioFile Magazine
"The immediacy and charm of Clark's recollections are possibly more illuminating than the millions of words and pictures pumped out to expose or dish the dirt on the Monroe legend." - Sunday Times
"Clark is both a sharp and affectionate diarist...his book has an entertaining narrative bounce." - The Guardian
"Beguiling, touching and compassionate." - Evening Standard
"An extraordinary story." - Spectator
It ends with the savage relief all round when the filming was finally done.
And Marilyn had her miscarriage on September 8 so obviously Colin Clark was NOT alone with Marilyn as she miscarried since Arthur Miller had returned!
I can't accept watching other women "play" Marilyn Monroe because she was one of a kind.
While I believe the author spent time with MM , the dialog is just too conversational to be taken from his diary. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Thomas Mihalek
Feels like Lost in Translation and Elvis Meets Nixon [VHS] as a 23-yuear-old guy becomes Marilyn's best friend for a week as they visit a castle, swim, she kisses him and he is... Read morePublished 2 months ago by ellison
I enjoyed every bit of this book. Marilyn Monroe was such a sad soul. Near the end her career was failing along with her life. Read morePublished 6 months ago by chris
Just a sweet romantic little gem of a movie. Made my go get the memoirs and read them too. I liked to movie better without them.Published 7 months ago by Robert C. Wortman Jr.
... oh my God, what a self important kid dear Colin was! Am I really supposed to believe that this 23-year-old third assistant director actually advised Marilyn about her... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Noneofyourbiz
it's much better when combined with the original diary of the making of :the prince and the showgirl:. Read more
same as I wrote before...it bounced around a lot... I liked the first part, but then it seemed like instead of the book having more story, it just kinda retold the story from a... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Heather C
I enjoyed it probably because it was based on a true story. It's a great Sunday afternoon rainy day read.Published 15 months ago by Yvonne Godfrey
Very entertaining and answered some questions I had about that period. And movie making. Good grief, can't we be concise ?Published 17 months ago by John D Crabtree