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5ive Minutes with Marilyn (2007)

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Marilyn Burns ... Herself
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Neville Brand ... Judd (archive footage)
Mel Ferrer ... Harvey Wood (archive footage)
William Finley ... Roy (archive footage)
Carolyn Jones ... Miss Hattie (archive footage)
Kyle Richards ... Angie (archive footage)
Stuart Whitman ... Sheriff Martin (archive footage)
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USA

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English

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2007 (USA) See more »

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This interview is included on Dark Sky Film's DVD release of Eaten Alive (1976), released in 2007. See more »

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Decent Interview
4 February 2012 | by Michael_ElliottSee all my reviews

5ive Minutes with Marilyn (2007)

*** (out of 4)

Marilyn Burns sits down for a quick interview and starts off talking about how it was hard to get jobs after casting agents learned that she was in THE Texas CHAINSAW MASSACRE. From here she talks about how she got the part in EATEN ALIVE and what it was like working with Tobe Hooper again as well as the cast. There's even a funny story about her telling her parents to go see the film and not realizing what happens in the opening scenes. There's certainly nothing ground-breaking about this quick featurette but fans of Burns will enjoy seeing her again after all these years. She doesn't tell too many stories and the majority of them just have her saying how great everything was. This featurette can be found on the EATEN ALIVE Special Edition.


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