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Bus Stop


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Marilyn Monroe Don Murray
Marilyn Monroe , fresh from her training at the Actors' Studio in New York, successfully combines a brash exterior with a tender heart in this comedy about a hard-boiled 'chantoose' who is roped, tied and won by a naive Montana cowboy, played by Broadway actor Don Murray in his first major screen role.
Screenplay by GEORGE AXELROD
Based on the play by WILLIAM INGE Produced by BUDDY ADLER Directed by JOSHUA LOGAN
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Unknown: Marilyn Monroe
Unknown: Don Murray
Unknown: Marilyn Monroe
Unknown: Don Murray
Play By: George Axelrod
Play By: William Inge
Produced By: Buddy Adler
Directed By: Joshua Logan
Cherie: Marilyn Monroe
Bo: Don Murray
Virgil: Arthur O'Connell
Grace: Betty Field
Vera: Eileen Heckart
Carl: Robert Bray
Elma: Hope Lange

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