Henry Hathaway
Rose Loomis (Marilyn Monroe) by Henry Hathaway
Rose Loomis (Marilyn Monroe)
Rose Loomis (Marilyn Monroe)
1953 / 2009

Rose Loomis (Marilyn Monroe)

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Henry Hathaway

Rose Loomis (Marilyn Monroe)

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1953 / 2009
Rose Loomis (Marilyn Monroe) by Henry Hathaway
£ 89.00
£ 89.00
£ 89.00
15 x 20 cm

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£ 89.00
45 x 61 cm

Floater frame Basel, profile width: 15 mm, with backing glossy

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60 x 80 cm

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Background Information about Henry Hathaway

ABOUT THE MOVIE

Rose (Marylin Monroe) and George Loomis (Joseph Cotton) are vacationing in a bungalow at Niagara Falls. Their relationship is getting worse and worse. They met the Cuttlers, spending a late honeymoon in the next bungalow. By accident, Polly Cuttler discovers that Rose has a lover. But what she is not aware of is that Rose and her lover intend to attract George in the falls to murder him...


BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Movie: NIAGARA
Country: USA

Year: 1953

Running time: 89 minutes

Cinematography: Joseph MacDonald

Starring: Marilyn Monroe (Rose Loomis), Joseph Cotten (George Loomis), Jean Peters (Polly Cutler), Casey Adams (Ray Cutler), Denis O'Dea (Inspektor Starkey), Richard Allan (Patrick), Don Wilson (Mr. Kettering), Lurene Tuttle (Mrs. Kettering), Russel Collins (Mr. Qua), Will Right (Bootsmann)

Although it was not written as a star vehicle for Marilyn Monroe, she would dominate the film nonetheless. Along with Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and How to Marry a Millionaire, it solidified Monroe's status as a bona fide box office draw.