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While most fans of the legendary Marilyn Monroe know of her well-publicized marriages to baseball star Joe DiMaggio and playwright Arthur Miller, considerably fewer people know anything about her first husband. In June of 1942, 16-year-old Norma Jean Baker wed James Dougherty, a 21-year-old who worked at an aircraft assembly plant and had been dating her for about a year. In 1946, their marriage would end in divorce, and a year later Norma Jean would land her first film role, adopting the stage name Marilyn ...
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While most fans of the legendary Marilyn Monroe know of her well-publicized marriages to baseball star Joe DiMaggio and playwright Arthur Miller, considerably fewer people know anything about her first husband. In June of 1942, 16-year-old Norma Jean Baker wed James Dougherty, a 21-year-old who worked at an aircraft assembly plant and had been dating her for about a year. In 1946, their marriage would end in divorce, and a year later Norma Jean would land her first film role, adopting the stage name Marilyn Monroe. Marilyn's Man is a documentary in which James Dougherty offers his memories and perspectives on the women who was his bride for four years, as well as revealing his thoughts on the career pressures and the unfortunate lure of stardom that helped transform Marilyn into one of the most famous women in the world, but did little to make her happy or fulfilled. Dougherty also discusses his life after he parted ways with Norma Jean, including his career with the Los Angeles Police Department and his role in establishing the nation's first SWAT team. Marilyn's Man was the first feature film for writer and director Schani Krug.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/9/2005
  • UPC: 654545070990
  • Original Release: 2004
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  • Source: Empire Musicwerks
  • Time: 1:32:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
James Dougherty Interviewee
Marilyn Monroe
Technical Credits
Schani Krug Director, Producer, Screenwriter
Christian Jayson Baron Executive Producer
Sam Blake Executive Producer
Bob Brennan Executive Producer
Ray Brunelle Executive Producer
Lee Corsack Editor
Allesandra Domina Executive Producer
Kevin Dorman Executive Producer
Jim Joys Executive Producer
Linda Spicer Executive Producer
Susan Winslow Executive Producer
John Winslow Executive Producer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Marilyn's Man
1. Opening Credits [5:12]
2. Introduction/I Get the Picture [3:33]
3. Jimmy's Girl [4:08]
4. Bill Green's Maine [4:24]
5. First Impressions [2:06]
6. Norma Jeane Behind the Wheel [2:29]
7. To Tell the Truth [4:00]
8. Place in My Heart [3:37]
9. The Jack Benny Show/LC Van Savage [3:21]
10. The Fish That Got Away [4:24]
11. The First LAPD S.W.A.T. Team [2:45]
12. Flying Home [3:56]
13. Strumming the Strings [:30]
14. Van Nuys High School [1:41]
15. All About You/Driving [6:34]
16. Marilyn Memorabilia [2:12]
17. Jealously [3:23]
18. Divorce Papers [2:36]
19. Marilyn's USO Tour [1:53]
20. She Wrote Him Four Love Letters a Day [2:26]
21. Mr. President [3:18]
22. Joel Gravallese [2:54]
23. Moonlight & Marilyn [4:26]
24. August 5, 1962 [3:29]
25. Still Haunted [1:06]
26. Credits [9:51]
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Disc #1 -- Marilyn's Man
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Great to see something new about Marilyn

    I was wonderful to see something new on Maryiln. I found the pictures of her early years fantastic. She looks so happy. It was nice to have the music instead of a boring narrator to tell the story and Jim Dougherty just tells it the way it was. It's a must see.

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