How To Marry A Millionaire

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Marilyn Monroe, Lauren Bacall and Betty Grable star as 3 models scheming to land rich husbands.  Featuring a 1952 Imperial Parade Phaeton (which at first glance looks like a '56, but of course that's impossible in 1953!)

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In the film's opening scene, Lauren Bacall arrives at her new posh New York apartment building in a 1952 Imperial Parade Phaeton.
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 Lauren Bacall asks the driver a question, who is holding open one of the car's suicide doors.
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Marilyn Monroe arrives a short time later.  Too broke to take a taxi, Marilyn tells Bacall "I had to get the Chrysler people to demonstrate that new showboat for me again."  "The one with the gold trim?" asks Bacall.  "Was it gold?" returns Monroe.  "I didn't want to put on my specs with the driver there, you know?"  To which Bacall replies: "The one they sent for me had gold trim."
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