> > > >
> > > This is way off topic, but at least get your facts right. She
> > didn't
> > > appear in a bit part Seven Year Itch, River of No Return, How
> > Marry
> > > a Millionare, or Gentleman Prefer Blondes.
> > >
> > > Bus Stop was one of her last movies.
> > > Mark
> > >
> > Yes, that is a helluva bundle of "bit" parts for Marilyn as she
> > warmed up for her star debut in "Bus Stop." Mark, you are right
> > this is off-topic, not to mention a bit silly. The next thing
> > know we'll be singing show tunes.
Virtually all the songs Weill and Brecht's
> Threepenny Opera would be on topic, most notably Mack the Knife or
> Pirate Jenny
I take your point but it may be worth mentioning that this
list has always had as its topic hardboiled and noir
literature. The current description is: "For the discussion
of hardboiled and noir writing."
Now I certainly enjoy and participate in some film
discussions and I can hardly object to music as I have been a
party to many a jazz discussion on such artists as Mingus and
Miles Davis. Still, there are times when we are very far
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