This Week in Movie History - March 1 - 7

1952 - Shooting begins on the set of Monkey Business, a movie about the mischief that a couple of scientists (Cary Grant and Ginger Rogers) create after they drink a youth potion. A young Marylin Monroe makes a brief appearance.

1963 - Hedy Lamarr, Austrian-American movie star and scientist, marries attorney Lewis J. Boies. Miss Lamarr is known for her work in the title role of Cecil B. Demille's Samson and Delilah and for her experimentation with frequency-hopping spread spectrum communication technology, which is the basis for many wireless inventions today.

1982 - Agatha Christie's Evil Under The Sun is released. The movie follows the insightful Belgian detective, Hercule Poirot (Peter Ustinov), as he makes his way through the star-studded cast for murder suspects.

And that's this week in Movie History.


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