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  • Label: Columbia - CS • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: Canada • Genre: Pop, Stage & Screen • Style: Soundtrack Marilyn Monroe / Yves Montand, Frankie Vaughan - Let's Make Love (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  • Occupation: Actor Place of Meeting: Film Set Year Relationship began: Type of Relationship: Romance 'Next to my husband [Miller], and along with Marlon Brando, I think Yves Montand is the most attractive man I've ever met' Marilyn Monroe. In , Arthur Miller and Marilyn were having a hard time to find a suitable male lead for her upcoming film comedy Let's Make Love.
  • Let's Make Love: Marilyn Monroe, Yves Montand, Tony Randall, Frankie Vaughan, Wilfrid Hyde-White, David Burns, Michael David, Mara Lynn, Dennis King Jr., Joe Besser /5(72).
  • Jun 17,  · By Marilyn Monroe, fresh off her success in Some Like It Hot (), was an international superstar. French actor-singer Yves Montand was also a major star, but only in Europe. He hoped that appearing with Monroe in Let's Make Love () would ignite an American film career as well. The film didn't lead to American stardom for Montand.
  • Let's Make Love is Marilyn Monroe's most provocative movie title. It is not her most provocative film. Although she is easily the bigger star, it is Yves Montand who unfortunately gets far more screen time. Yves plays a rich, French playboy living in New York. He gets wind of an off Broadway show that is going to make fun of him and other celebrities.