The newsreel shows American film star Marilyn Monroe and her husband Arthur Miller arriving at a London Airport on July 19, 1956. She was in town to promote The Prince and the Showgirl with co-star Sir Laurence Olivier who is shown in the clip, alongside his wife Vivien Leigh, greeting Monroe and Miller. Olivier also directed and produced the film. Reportedly, he did not get along with the famous film star. The clip ends with Monroe facing the cameras again at a London Hotel.
Video: Marilyn Monroe Arrives in London
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