My fav Marilyn Gown: The iconic pink satin gown that Marilyn Monroe wore in the 1953 movie Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

Marilyn Monroe's Pink Gown Sold For $300K

My fav Marilyn Gown: The iconic pink satin gown that Marilyn Monroe wore in the 1953 movie Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

Juno "Look, in my opinion, the best thing you can do is find a person who loves you for exactly what you are. Good mood, bad mood, ugly, pretty, handsome, what have you, the right person is still going to think the sun shines out your ass. That’s the kind of person that’s worth sticking with."

Juno "Look, in my opinion, the best thing you can do is find a person who loves you for exactly what you are. Good mood, bad mood, ugly, pretty, handsome, what have you, the right person is still going to think the sun shines out your ass. That’s the kind of person that’s worth sticking with."

Love happy, La película se basa en una historia original de Harpo Marx desarrollada por Ben Hetch. Seguramente es más recordada por tener una de las primeras apariciones de Marilyn Monroe (concretamente su tercer pequeño papel) en una escena con Groucho.

Love happy, La película se basa en una historia original de Harpo Marx desarrollada por Ben Hetch. Seguramente es más recordada por tener una de las primeras apariciones de Marilyn Monroe (concretamente su tercer pequeño papel) en una escena con Groucho.

This may have been billed as a Marilyn film, but I think of this more as a Donald O'Connor film. Especially as more about his personal life comes out, his performance here take on a poignancy that no one else in the cast comes close to.

There's No Business Like Show Business (1954)

This may have been billed as a Marilyn film, but I think of this more as a Donald O'Connor film. Especially as more about his personal life comes out, his performance here take on a poignancy that no one else in the cast comes close to.

Cinevisioni/Chronicle. i would really like to see this

Cinevisioni/Chronicle

Cinevisioni/Chronicle. i would really like to see this

Donald O'Connor, Marilyn Monroe, and Mitzi Gaynor in There's No Buisness like Show Business (1954)

Donald O'Connor, Marilyn Monroe, and Mitzi Gaynor in There's No Buisness like Show Business (1954)

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