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John | @
Hi Francesca. Im A Marilyn Monroe fan and i was wondering if i could get some information about her in regards to your familys relationship with her?
If you e-mail me maybe i could reply with my questions. It would be much appreciated
5 May 2006 - Australia

bob beck | @
Frank Hendricks: From the added details it seems typical of the early '30's with brassy blonde and "Oh, baby," but none of those films come to mind. He was partial to blondes in SMART MONEY (1931) but I just don't recall the scene or moment. In that one he plays a gambler, co-starring with James Cagney. It's a possibility.
4 May 2006 - St. Lous

Frank Hendricks | @
To Bob Beck: Thanks for your leads. I have not had a chance to check them out yet. But a few other details of the restaurant scene came back to me. EGR had his famous cigar in his mouth.
When his bleached blone girl friend started to cry and "carry on", he pulled the cigar out of his mouth and said, "OH Baby, please don't cry. You're breakin' my heart." He handed her some money from his roll of cash and said, "Here, go powder your nose!"
Maybe that additional detail will jog something loose from your memory or someone else's. Thanks for your help.
3 May 2006 - Portland, Oregon

bob beck | @
To Frank Hendricks: Maybe the film is THE GLASS WEB, one Edward G. did in 3-D in 1953, in which he's involved with an ambitious young tv starlet, who connives and plays him for a sap; then he murders her. I'd have to look at the film again to see if the restaurant and powder-the-nose aspect is correct. All I can come up with. Co-stars of the film were John Forsythe and Kathleen Hughes (as the starlet).
2 May 2006 - st. louis

Frank A. Hendricks | @
To Mr. Beck. I saw the movie on latenight TV in the early '70's and I am 99% sure it was EGR. The hairstyle of the blonde and the atmosphere and back ground makes me think it was made in trhe 40's or 50's. But I am not sure. I remember nothing else about the plot or any other detail.
1 May 2006 - Portland, Oregon

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