Biography - Anna Nicole Smith
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Profile of the ex-stripper and blonde bombshell who was only 26 when she married 89-year-old oil tycoon J. Howard Marshall. When Marshall died, Anna Nicole sued his family for half of his $1.6-billion estate - a suit that has gone all the way to the Supreme Court. We'll shed new light on Anna Nicole's relationship with her octogenarian husband and also look back at her train wreck of a TV reality show, her days as a Guess model, and her recent gig as a weight-loss spokesmodel.
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This work uses her marriage to an 80 year-old as its focal point. In fact, it doesn't speak about her childhood until 10 minutes in. In all these facts about her topsy-turvy life, I kept thinking, "Now who's caring for her son during all this!" However, he was often in photos, so maybe he saw firsthand all the drama. I learned stuff. I knew Anna Nicole worshipped Marilyn Monroe, but I never knew her name too was different on her birth certificate. I'm not surprised, but this confirmed that her upstairs was surgeon-created. I think the work only hinted at her same-sex attractions and other sources say more fervently that she was bisexual.
Like many a documentary, this interviewed both everyday acquaintances and media experts. Still, I felt like the media experts were just people who are up on the tabloids too. I think many of them could yak about Ms. Smith like they could about any celebrity. I know a lot of folk can't stand Perez Hilton, but I think he's a hot oso cubano. Here, his hair is a natural color, rather than blue or purple. Still, he has this nasty shave marks in his eyebrow like Vanilla Ice. I don't know why he went there. Of course, his comments were the liveliest and most memorable in the documentary, but again, I hardly doubt he's an Anna expert.
The narrator who speaks about Anna's last child is different from the one who speaks about her death. Like the documentary on Strom Thurmond, I think A&E tacked on an epilogue after Ms. Smith passed away. I don't even recall them saying Larry Birkhead was proved to be the child's father.