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Marilyn in a publicity photo for How To Marry a Millionaire, 1953. Photo by John Florea.

Marilyn in a publicity photo for How To Marry a Millionaire, 1953. Photo by John Florea.

MARILYN MONROE Costume test for unfinished Something's Gotta Give 1962. Costume by JEAN LOUIS. Marilyn was looking her very best here, slim, refreshed & stunning.The studio tried to pretend the opposite. From CREATING THE ILLUSION by Jay Jorgensen & Donald L Snoggins 2015. A fabulous book. JEAN LOUIS is FINALLY GIVEN HIS DUE HERE! He created Marlene Dietrich's iconic Las Vegas gowns, Marilyn's 'Happy Birthday' gown. And BOB MACKIE was HIS UNDERSTUDY (Minkshmink)

MARILYN MONROE Costume test for unfinished Something's Gotta Give 1962. Costume by JEAN LOUIS. Marilyn was looking her very best here, slim, refreshed & stunning.The studio tried to pretend the opposite. From CREATING THE ILLUSION by Jay Jorgensen & Donald L Snoggins 2015. A fabulous book. JEAN LOUIS is FINALLY GIVEN HIS DUE HERE! He created Marlene Dietrich's iconic Las Vegas gowns, Marilyn's 'Happy Birthday' gown. And BOB MACKIE was HIS UNDERSTUDY (Minkshmink)

These are natural & gorgeous. #MarilynMonroe #beach #photoshoot

Marilyn Monroe, photographed by George Barris, 1962

Marilyn Monroe and James dean 1962 photo shoot Like and Repin. Noelito Flow instagram http://www.instagram.com/noelitoflow

Bert Stern's Beautiful Photography and Less-Beautiful Personal Life, on Screen

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Marilyn Monroe On Santa Monica Beach 1962      Marilyn Monroe photographed by George Barris    "I could see a sadness in her eyes;   she had learned to smile, laugh and clown, even though her heart was breaking"  ~ George Barris, on their photos at the beach.

Marilyn Monroe On Santa Monica Beach 1962 Marilyn Monroe photographed by George Barris "I could see a sadness in her eyes; she had learned to smile, laugh and clown, even though her heart was breaking" ~ George Barris, on their photos at the beach.

Everyone has seen this iconic photograph of Marilyn Monroe below. The photograph from the movie The Seven Year Itch is probably the most recognized among thousands taken of the famous actress.   I recently ran across an old 1901 film made by Thomas Edison’s ... Read More

Everyone has seen this iconic photograph of Marilyn Monroe below. The photograph from the movie The Seven Year Itch is probably the most recognized among thousands taken of the famous actress. I recently ran across an old 1901 film made by Thomas Edison’s ... Read More

Screen icon: The actress was found dead at the property in 1962, after overdosing on sleeping pills. She was 36

Marilyn Monroe's LA home goes on market for $6.9 million

Screen icon: The actress was found dead at the property in 1962, after overdosing on sleeping pills. She was 36

An Icon In Pictures: Marilyn Monroe

An Icon In Pictures: Marilyn Monroe

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Marilyn Monroe's 'Mr. President' dress - 1962. It's best known for giving the impression of nudity, and for being so form-fitting MM had to be sewn into it. How can a museum exhibit like this evoke such a famous body?

Marilyn Monroe's 'Mr. President' dress - 1962. It's best known for giving the impression of nudity, and for being so form-fitting MM had to be sewn into it. How can a museum exhibit like this evoke such a famous body?

O último ensaio fotográfico de Marilyn Monroe

O último ensaio fotográfico de Marilyn Monroe

This Day in History: Aug 5, 1962: Marilyn Monroe is found dead......I was in my early teens when the news hit....I think her death affected everyone, young and old....so sad!

This Day in History: Aug 5, 1962: Marilyn Monroe is found dead......I was in my early teens when the news hit....I think her death affected everyone, young and old....so sad!

May 25, 1953 - Marilyn and Jane Russell, promoting their film, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes .

May 25, 1953 - Marilyn and Jane Russell, promoting their film, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.

May 25, 1953 - Marilyn and Jane Russell, promoting their film, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes .