bus stop with Marilyn Monroe in a beautiful magazine, 1956
Marilyn Monroe on the cover
On the cover of the magazine, Cine-Romance Nr 14 Series 8, are Marilyn Monroe in the film “Bus Stop“.
Number: 14 Series: 8
Type of publication: Movie Magazine
Publisher: Roussado Pinto
Size: 16,9 / 12,1 cm
Original Price: 1,50$
Price: Not Available
Cine-Romance was a magazine dedicated to films, published in Portugal between 1954 and 1958. It had 2 formats. The first format had only 10 issues and the size 24/16,8 cm. The second format had 14 series, each with 20 issues and size 16.9 / 12.1 cm. In the first format, each issue had the novelization of two films, in the second format the novelization of only one film.
Director: Joshua Logan
Writers: George Axelrod / William Inge
Original Title: Bus Stop
Portuguese Title: Paragem de Autocarro
Bo, a young, handsome cowboy from Montana, dreams of finding a wife who looks like an angel and meets Cherie, a dancer in a seedy Phoenix nightclub, who matches his wishes. After a single conversation with Cherie, Bo wants the dancer to become his wife. Thus begins persecution, which causes Cherie constant embarrassment and suffering.
Cherie tries to escape by taking the bus but is caught up by Bo. Stuck in a bus station because of snow, Bo apologizes to Cherie and reveals his sweeter side. The girl falls in love, giving up her dreams of being an artist to follow the man she loves. The next day, having solved the snow problem, the two get married.
Cine-Romance Portuguese Magazine Series 8, Number 14, published in 1956. All magazine is dedicated to the movie “Bus Stop”, with Marilyn Monroe, Don Murray, and Arthur O’Connell.