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    Marilyn Monroe sent men's hearts a-flutter when she stepped out of the cinema - and onto a Subway grate - in her beautiful white dress in The Seven Year Itch.

  • Elisabeth Romero

    Marilyn Monroe (Norma Jean) remains today one of the most iconic women in history and resignates in the hearts of millions.

  • PopArtUK

    Iconic Movie Image - Marilyn Monroe in The Seven Year Itch http://www.popartuk.com/people/marilyn-monroe/iconic-movie-image-ppr47007-print.asp #MarilynMonroe #TheSevenYearItch #Film #Classic #MovieStar #SexAppeal #Iconic #Wind #Hollywood #Actress

  • Roger Minick

    Joe Dimaggio, the baseball slugger who was married to Marilyn Monroe at the time of this photo, went ballistic watching this famous photo session unfold during the filming of "The Seven Year Itch"!... photo by Matty Zimmerman 1954

  • Hilary Picone

    “The real lover is the man who can thrill you by kissing your forehead or smiling into your eyes or just staring into space.” - Marilyn Monroe As a physical sex symbol, most people think that an equally dashing man or powerful leader is the only attractive qualities that someone like Marilyn would appreciate. Marilyn Monroe quotes that a man who can kiss her forehead or smiles into her eyes is a true lover was lost by the public who worshiped her and the men who woo’ed her.

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As she began her career, Maggie Smith was told that she was too “dull, plain and sexless” to succeed in the industry. More than sixty years, one Dame of the British Empire, two Academy Awards, one Tony Award, and three Golden Globes (with twenty nominations) later, it could be argued that Dame Maggie has proven her detractors wrong. Still as much the image of grace, beauty and success as she ever was, it would appear that she is in the prime of her career, with nowhere to go from here but up.