Marilyn Monroe, 1926 - 1962 In 1955 Marilyn began an affair with the married playwright Arthur Miller. Their relationship became increasingly serious as Marilyn's divorce was finalised in October and Arthur left his wife in early June of 1956. Arthur was being investigated at the time by the FBI for allegations of communism and Marilyn was encouraged to end the relationship to prevent damage to her career. She defied the studio and accused executives of being "born cowards". In late 1955…
Mike Rotunno was a newspaper photographer who started a business at Midway Airport in 1930s Chicago, shooting pictures for travelers who wanted a memento as they passed through. Many celebrities were among them. Here, Rotunno poses with Marilyn Monroe in 1955.
Joe DiMaggio, seen in an undated photo with Toots Shor during the Yankee center fielder’s ill-fated, nine-month marriage to Marilyn Monroe, was a fixture, as were other sports and entertainment stars, at Shor’s restaurant in midtown Manhattan during the 1950s.
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#MARILYN_MONROE (Norma Jean Mortenson) was born on June 1, 1926 in Los Angeles, California, USA (1926/1962) http://www.harpersbazaar.com/celebrity/news/marilyn-monroe-photos?src=spr_FBPAGE&spr_id=1447_61774056#slide-1 / #HarperS_Bazaar
ABCs of Marilyn Monroe → S: Six toes The legend that Marilyn had six toes on her right foot began when someone noticed a photograph on Marilyn posing on a beach, her feet sandy and looking slightly ‘strange’. The rumours that she had an extra toe escalated to the point where people began to claim she had it removed and had to learn how to walk again! This myth, like so many others surrounding Marilyn, is just that - a myth! Marilyn was born with ten fingers and ten toes and she died