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Subjects: Marilyn Monroe   Restored: NoDescription: Marilyn Monroe with Prince and The Showgirl co-star Sir Lawrence Olivier and writer Sir Terence RattiganMHG-MMO-MOR-26Add To Collection

Subjects: Marilyn Monroe Restored: NoDescription: Marilyn Monroe with Prince and The Showgirl co-star Sir Lawrence Olivier and writer Sir Terence RattiganMHG-MMO-MOR-26Add To Collection

Marilyn and Laurence Olivier at a press conference for "The Prince and The Showgirl at the Plaza Hotel, New York. Photo by Milton Greene, February 9th 1956.

Marilyn and Laurence Olivier at a press conference for "The Prince and The Showgirl at the Plaza Hotel, New York. Photo by Milton Greene, February 9th 1956.

Subjects: Marilyn Monroe   Restored: NoDescription: Marilyn Monroe on set of The Prince and the Showgirl - The Sleeping PrinceMHG-MMO-PR-0076Add To Collection

Subjects: Marilyn Monroe Restored: NoDescription: Marilyn Monroe on set of The Prince and the Showgirl - The Sleeping PrinceMHG-MMO-PR-0076Add To Collection

Subjects: Marilyn Monroe   Restored: NoDescription: This risque Marilyn Monroe photograph was taken on the 20th Century Fox studio backlot in Los Angles in 1956. Milton believed in Marilyn's range as an actress and during this sitting the two took on a number of characters to exemplify her range.MHG-MMO-H-135Add To Collection

Subjects: Marilyn Monroe Restored: NoDescription: This risque Marilyn Monroe photograph was taken on the 20th Century Fox studio backlot in Los Angles in 1956. Milton believed in Marilyn's range as an actress and during this sitting the two took on a number of characters to exemplify her range.MHG-MMO-H-135Add To Collection

Subjects: Marilyn Monroe   Restored: NoDescription: In April of 1956, it was another sunny afternoon on one of those perfect California days on the back lots of the 20th Century Fox studios. Milton and Marilyn spent the afternoon playing dress up. From a gypsy palm reader, to the 'Song of Bernadette' clothes, to a hooker and here, a white fox boa, black coat and black hat. Knowing every inch, every closet of the costume department, Marilyn loved the mustiness s

Subjects: Marilyn Monroe Restored: NoDescription: In April of 1956, it was another sunny afternoon on one of those perfect California days on the back lots of the 20th Century Fox studios. Milton and Marilyn spent the afternoon playing dress up. From a gypsy palm reader, to the 'Song of Bernadette' clothes, to a hooker and here, a white fox boa, black coat and black hat. Knowing every inch, every closet of the costume department, Marilyn loved the mustiness s

Subjects: Marilyn Monroe   Restored: NoDescription: In April of 1956, it was another sunny afternoon on one of those perfect California days on the back lots of the 20th Century Fox studios. Milton and Marilyn spent the afternoon playing dress up. From a gypsy palm reader, to the 'Song of Bernadette' clothes, to a hooker and here, a white fox boa, black coat and black hat. Knowing every inch, every closet of the costume department, Marilyn loved the mustiness s

Subjects: Marilyn Monroe Restored: NoDescription: In April of 1956, it was another sunny afternoon on one of those perfect California days on the back lots of the 20th Century Fox studios. Milton and Marilyn spent the afternoon playing dress up. From a gypsy palm reader, to the 'Song of Bernadette' clothes, to a hooker and here, a white fox boa, black coat and black hat. Knowing every inch, every closet of the costume department, Marilyn loved the mustiness s

Subjects: Marilyn Monroe   Restored: NoDescription: This risque Marilyn Monroe photograph was taken on the 20th Century Fox studio backlot in Los Angles in 1956. Milton believed in Marilyn's range as an actress and during this sitting the two took on a number of characters to exemplify her range. Known as the 'Hooker' sitting, this image of Marilyn shows her wearing the costume from her character Cherie in 'Bus Stop'. Seated with fishnet stockings, black heels

Subjects: Marilyn Monroe Restored: NoDescription: This risque Marilyn Monroe photograph was taken on the 20th Century Fox studio backlot in Los Angles in 1956. Milton believed in Marilyn's range as an actress and during this sitting the two took on a number of characters to exemplify her range. Known as the 'Hooker' sitting, this image of Marilyn shows her wearing the costume from her character Cherie in 'Bus Stop'. Seated with fishnet stockings, black heels

Subjects: Marilyn Monroe   Restored: NoDescription: In order to raise money for the Actors Studio, a benefit gala for the Rose Tatoo was planned. As tickets were slow to sell, Marlon Brando and Marilyn Monroe were called upon to be photographed for PR and improve ticket sales. These images were the result of those few hours in November of 1955.MHG-MMO-MB-23Add To Collection

Subjects: Marilyn Monroe Restored: NoDescription: In order to raise money for the Actors Studio, a benefit gala for the Rose Tatoo was planned. As tickets were slow to sell, Marlon Brando and Marilyn Monroe were called upon to be photographed for PR and improve ticket sales. These images were the result of those few hours in November of 1955.MHG-MMO-MB-23Add To Collection

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