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Marilyn Monroe photo by cioccolatoscuro she looks so fresh faced and gorgeous

Marilyn Monroe .I wish people would focus on her sweetness and kind heart more

Norma Jeane - Marilyn Monroe You Can Do It 2.

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Cecil Beaton Photograph of Marilyn Monroe

i love these random photos of marilyn monroe. especially the under publicized ones like this by photographer cecil beaton

Marilyn Monroe, publicity photo for "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes", 1953.

Marilyn Monroe (born Norma Jeane Mortenson; June 1, 1926 – August 5, 1962) was an American actress, model, and singer, who became a major sex symbol, starring in a number of commercially successful motion pictures during the 1950s and early 1960s. Died age 36 - accidental drug overdose? Just love her hair!

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Popular photos that are often mistaken for the real Marilyn Monroe and several photo manipulations of Marilyn with James Dean and Elvis that are fakes. The photo of “Marilyn and JFK is a staged photo by Alison Jackson.

Marilyn Monroe / at the beginning.... STill she's part NORMA JEAN BAKER-MORTENSEN here ........

Marilyn. Photo by Ted Baron, 1954, Marilyn Monroe.Marilyn Monroe, I understand her I have been attracting men since 7 years old, I had similar body to Norma Jean when she was young after I was not sexy at all but men went nuts on me even dressed with my winter coat and looking as a pouch of potatoes caring groceries

Marilyn Monroe 363, Norma Jean Baker, Vince Vance, The Ringling Bros Circus, March 30, 1955, Milton Berle,

"I refuse to let articles appear in movie magazines signed 'By Marilyn Monroe' I might never see that article and it might be okayed by somebody in the studio. This is wrong, because when I was a little girl I read signed stories in fan magazines and I believed ever word of them. Then I tried to model my life after the lives of the stars I read about. If I'm going to have that kind of influence, I want to be sure it's because of something I've actually said or written." -Marilyn Monroe (Marilyn photographed reading Films in Review magazine, 1953)

“I'm Very Definitely A Woman And I Enjoy It. ” Marilyn Monroe. 1961. Photo By Eve Arnold. On The Set Of "THE MISFITS."

30 Day Marilyn Monroe Challenge Day 5- Favorite Marilyn Photographer: Milton H. Greene I love the Milton Greene took photos of Marilyn several times and often captured her innocence and true beauty.


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