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Marilyn Monroe performs for U. troops in Korea in February Monroe was quoted after the performance as saying, “It’s the first time I felt like a star in my heart.

1956-62 / Dear Paula / Paula STRASBERG fut présentée, avec sa fille Susan, à Marilyn par leur ami commun Sidney SKOLSKY, sur le tournage de « There's no business like show business », pendant l'été 1954. Marilyn connaissait déjà la réputation du mari de Paula, Lee STRASBERG. Elle avoua à Paula qu'elle avait toujours voulu travailler avec lui, en particulier après en avoir entendu des témoignages impressionnants par Marlon BRANDO. Après son déménagement à New York en 1955, Marilyn devint la…

Marilyn with her acting coach Paula Strasberg on the set of "Let's Make Love" in

Marilyn Monroe performing for troops stationed in Korea, 1954

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Marilyn Monroe Reading Motion Picture Daily, New York, c. 1955 by Ed Feingersh

When looking at old photographs, it always seems that people of older times used to be so much more solemn and serious. That must come from the poor cameras, that had to have people stand very still, in order to come out just right in the picture. Seeing this strip illuminates how human, fun and not-always solemn were our grandparents

Funny pictures about Victorian photo booth. Oh, and cool pics about Victorian photo booth. Also, Victorian photo booth photos.

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Marilyn Monroe: Bed

a beautiful face that looked even more beautiful peeping out from under a big hat.A little feminine mystique.

"This morning, with her, having coffee." -Johnny Cash when asked for his definition of paradise

"This morning, with her, having coffee." Johnny Cash, when asked for his definition of paradise Johnny & June Carter Cash.

Marlene Dietrich, "a German who had renounced her country following the rise of the Nazis and rejected Hitler's request that she return--became an ardent and fearless supporter of the Allied Forces, performing hundreds of times for the troops as near the war zone as she could get." " When asked why she had traveled to war zones to entertain and comfort Allied troops, she famously and simply replied, "aus Anstand." "It was the decent thing to do.""

Marlene Dietrich, became an ardent and fearless supporter of the Allied Forces, performing hundreds of times for the troops as near the war zone as she could get.

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