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Marilyn Monroe I Sports Time - 1993
Notes: Thanks much to Jason Fox and Ralph & Beth Anderson for updates! Quite a few items, including proof sheets and unique items out of the manufac- turing process, have reached the aftermarket after Sports Time ceased operations. Some of these items are similar to other items that were made available to the "Sports Time Collectors Club" as mail-in offers. Items that seem to have been available only to Club members are grouped with Promo Items. But Mary reports that there also are a considerable number of knock-off or unfinished uncut sheets circulating, potentially hurting the market for "genuine" sheets that were meant for distribution to the public. Most of these sheets lack the gold signature and are UV-coated on only one side. Thanks to Darrell Warner for the update!
Box: 36 packs of 7 cards. Common sets: approx. 2.49 per box if collation were perfect. No. Card Text Type 1 From the famous Bruno Bernard photo that eve 2 A classic promotional shot from the on-locat 3 Marilyn's career demanded frequent appearanc 4 By any account, Marilyn's appearance at the 5 "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend." Marilyn 6 "Marilyn Monroe" sprang from a meeting with Marilyn Trivia 7 Filming The Misfits would prove to be a phys 8 Marilyn as she appeared in '53's Gentlemen P 9 As she appeared in the 1949 Tobey Beach shoo 10 A famous pose from a swimsuit session in the 11 Marilyn on the beach in 1946. Soon she would 12 In 1950's Right Cross, Marilyn played a mode 13 A seldom-seen Marilyn film is 1950's Hometow 14 Publicity pose from The Bus Stop. Marilyn's 15 The famous wedding shot from 1946 which beca 16 A Marilyn appearance in a low-cut red dress 17 Marilyn as she appeared on the set of her fi 18 A classic pose from a 1947 "Bernard of Holly 19 Marilyn's most famous single scene, the skir 20 The temptress. Even after her movie career p 21 This card features a famous "Bernard of Holl 22 Notice anything Tinker-Bellish about Marilyn 23 Marilyn was "discovered" by Army photographe 24 The bombshell. In 1955, a 52-foot-high figur 25 A publicity shot from the set of There's No 26 What was Marilyn's first starring dramatic r Marilyn Trivia 27 Marilyn's first modeling shots (by David Con 28 A minor movie that helped Marilyn's career w Marilyn Trivia 29 A "typical" glamour pose of Marilyn from her 30 Marilyn did radio drama only once. On August Marilyn Trivia 31 The gold lamé dress . Despite the fact that 32 Though the young Marilyn was not an orphan, Marilyn Trivia 33 Wardrobe testing before production of Niagar 34 Marilyn retained a fondness for animals and 35 One of the most celebrated marriages ever wa Marilyn Trivia 36 A peek at Marilyn in the late-'40s at the ti 37 Several lines from The Seven Year Itch are o 38 Marilyn as she appeared in late 1950. About 39 Contractual obligations forced Marilyn to ac 40 Marilyn was "The Hourglass" and third-and-fi 41 Marilyn reprised her "red dress" look from N 42 After her first two studio contracts were no 43 A modeling shot from around 1945. The young 44 Anticipating claims to the contrary, Twentie Marilyn Trivia 45 One of the most famous modeling photos of Ma 46 The last movie Marilyn completed, 1960's The Marilyn Trivia 47 From a George Barris photo session, about 19 48 1953's hit movie How to Marry a Millionaire 49 The Bus Stop days. Marilyn's greatest role m 50 While honeymooning with Joe DiMaggio in Japa 51 On the town, circa 1954. It was a big year f 52 One of the most obscure film appearances by 53 While filming The Prince and The Showgirl (f 54 At a press conference during production of T Marilyn Trivia 55 A very early Marilyn photo, most likely the 56 An exchange for the ages was Marilyn's conve 57 After her great success of 1953, Marilyn's n Marilyn Trivia 58 You can actually date Marilyn by the color o 59 Marilyn's first husband, Jim Daugherty, was Marilyn Trivia 60 This shot is from Marilyn's 1946 stint with 61 On the town, 1955. Marilyn's high-profile ex 62 A 1947 Bruno Bernard photo depicted Marilyn 63 Although her later movie contracts specified Marilyn Trivia 64 A Modeling shot of the young Marilyn. Her se 65 Marilyn Monroe Productions, Inc. Tired of ba 66 This shot of Marilyn was likely taken on pre 67 This early Marilyn shot is a rarity! Though 68 How many TV commercials did Marilyn Monroe m 69 Another of the famous Tobey Beach poses. Mar 70 Based on her song "Diamonds Are a Girl's Bes Marilyn Trivia 71 "Rat Pack" days. Marilyn's association with 72 Early modeling days, circa '45. Marilyn's de 73 In How to Marry a Millionaire, Marilyn's cha 74 A glamour pose from the later stages of Mari 75 This card shows an image from the famous Tob 76 This early '50s glamour pose was one of the 77 In The Seven Year Itch, The Girl (played by 78 Marilyn at the debut of The Rose Tattoo. She 79 The young Marilyn about the time of her firs 80 Marilyn won thirty screen credits during her Marilyn Trivia 81 Marilyn from There's No Business Like Show B 82 Quantity, not quality, defined Marilyn's car 83 A major influence in Marilyn's career was Jo Marilyn Trivia 84 Marilyn's first personal acting coach was Na Marilyn Trivia 85 Marilyn made only one film while with Columb Marilyn Trivia 86 Marilyn as she appeared at a movie premier w 87 In How to Marry a Millionaire, Marilyn co-st 88 Though reportedly spotted as an extra in a h Marilyn Trivia 89 Late 'a50s reflections. Marilyn often sought 90 Though Marilyn married playwright Arthur Mil 91 A rare public appearance in June of 1957 fou 92 1959's Some Like It Hot found Marilyn return 93 From Bus Stop, 1956. Marilyn reworked the ro 94 How To Marry a Millionaire, where this Maril 95 Never forgotten. Marilyn's death at age 36 s 96 Reflective times, circa 1956. The ongoing ba 97 The cover girl, captured by the camera in '4 98 Captured in a particularly bubbly shot later 99 From the mid-'50s, this publicity shot effec 100 An interesting Marilyn credit is O. Henry's CHASE CARDS Checklist Cards 1C (thumbnails of 1-25) 2C (thumbnails of 26-50) 3C (thumbnails of 51-75) 4C (thumbnails of 76-100) 5C (thumbnails of chromium subset) Cover Girl (Chromium) Cards 1 Quick (Can You Live To Be 100?) 2 Scene (I Was Pat Ward's Lover) 3 Tempo (Can Marilyn Meet Her Competition?) 4 Marilyn! (That Girl) 5 Tab (I Paddled The Living Death) 6 Eye (People with Pictures) 7 People (World's Speediest Woman) 8 Tempo (Greenwich Village After Dark) 9 Tempo (1954's Football Champions) 10 Tempo (Beware of Danger July 4th) Diamond Card 1-D (Contains real diamond in necklace) --- (Redemption card, 1:case) Uncut Chromium Sheets (with gold signature and UV coating on both sides) Various uncut sheets are on the market, and some or all of them may be one-of- a-kind items that were not meant for distribution. These include a 100-card sheet and a sheet of 38 promo cards. PROMO CARDS P June 1, 1926 (Silver signature) P June 1, 1926 (Gold signature) --- (5"x7", West Coast National or 14th NSCC) --- (Uncut sheet) Collectors Club Gold-Signature Cover Girl Chromium Cards 1 Quick (Can You Live To Be 100?) 2 Scene (I Was Pat Ward's Lover) 3 Tempo (Can Marilyn Meet Her Competition?) 4 Marilyn! (That Girl) 5 Tab (I Paddled The Living Death) 6 Eye (People with Pictures) 7 People (World's Speediest Woman) 8 Tempo (Greenwich Village After Dark) 9 Tempo (1954's Football Champions) 10 Tempo (Beware of Danger July 4th) Searchwords: jahoc, yr1993, mfrSportsTime, catNostalgia, catMedia©2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2009 Jeff Allender. Comments, updates, & corrections are welcomed!