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    • Inspiring Things

      Brunettes and redheads on strike against Marilyn's movie, Gentlemen prefer blondes!! #blonde #strike #marilynmonroe #monroe #fifties #1950s #50s #vintage #retro #girl

    • The Happy Mango

      The leggy Non-blondes picket outside of the Chinese Theater in 1953 at the premiere of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. street photography, black & white

    • Dede Stafford

      Non-blondes picket outside of the Chinese Theater in 1953 at the premiere of "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes." Score one for us brunette's!! :-) (BTW, Marilyn Monroe, star of the movie, original hair color was NOT blonde, ironically.)

    • Jennifer Kohler

      Boycott Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. It's ok ladies, men have their "fun" with the blondes & then fall deeply in love with the grounded, intelligent brunettes.

    • Gina Jones

      Non-blondes picket outside of the Chinese Theater in 1953 at the premiere of "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes." lol I love this movie

    • Suite7beautyTalk

      an amusing brunette protest of “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes” at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre. #MarilynMonroe #candid #GentlmenPreferBlondes

    • courtney goldstein

      How funny! Three ladies picket in front of a huge cutout of blonde Marilyn Monroe at the Grauman's Chinese Theater where "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" is showing.

    • Carly Scarfo

      Brunettes picketing at the Marilyn Monroe movie premiere, 'Gentlemen Prefer Blondes'

    • Jasmine Peters

      Brunettes complain... vintage photo

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