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As Young as You Feel (1951) was a Comedy - Black-and-white Film directed by Harmon Jones and produced by Lamar Trotti.

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My (Slightly Less Than) Month With Marilyn: As Young As You Feel (1951)

By Kristen on Nov 12, 2011 From Journeys in Classic Film

I really wanted to go in chronological order but unfortunately wasn’t able to get the film before this one (Hometown Story), and already being a day behind figured I’d just skip it for now. ?The next film in our month is the 1951 film As Young As You Feel, the first made under Marilyn... Read full article

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On December 10, 1950, Marilyn Monroe began her second contractual relationship with Twentieth Century Fox. (Their initial association had lasted one year, beginning August 26, 1946.) This movie, shot between December 15, 1950 and late January 1951, was Marilyn's first assignment under the new contract.
The term "Consolidated Motors" is said sixty-one times during this film.
It was during the production of this film that Marilyn Monroe met her future husband, Arthur Miller.
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