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    • Lisa Learmonth

      Modern Screen Pin-Ups - Vol. 1 No. 1, 1955, magazine from USA. Front cover photo of Marilyn Monroe by John Florea, 1953.

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      Marilyn Monroe on the cover of "Modern Screen Pin-Ups" magazine, USA, 1955. Photo by John Florea, 1953.

    • Lisa Learmonth

      Marilyn Monroe in a 1953 photo by John Florea on the front cover of "Modern Screen Pin-Ups" magazine from USA, 1955.

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      Marilyn Monroe (Norma Jeane Baker) #marilyn #monroe #marilynmonroe #mm #blonde #icon #beauty

    • Lauri Stavale

      A 1950s pin up photo of Marilyn Monroe wearing black lingerie and a mink fur stole.

    • Josh Meraz

      eternalmarilynmonroe: Marilyn Monroe photographed by John Florea, 1953.

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      Marilyn Monroe photographed by John Florea -

    • Lisa Learmonth

      Marilyn Monroe. Photo by John Florea.

    • Jennifer Seaton

      Marilyn Monroe...vintage pinup

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    “If I play a stupid girl and ask a stupid question, I've got to follow it through, what am I supposed to do, look intelligent?”. Marilyn was a more inspiring woman that most people care to know. I believe she was more beautiful inside than out.

    I think Marilyn Monroe is a role model because she said " skinny ,fat,short,tall,no matter what you look like you are still beautiful " so mainly no matter what people say you are beautiful. Also she said "I will throw away all your make up so you will finally see how beautiful you really are don't be shy about how you look . She is perfect role model she encourages people .

    Marilyn Monroe outside the Elizabeth Arden Salon, NYC. Photo by Ed Feingersh, March 1955.

    #vintage #retro #Hollywood #beauty #fashion MM in #ruffled #pantaloons #color for the film "The Prince and the Showgirl" #seamed #stockings

    May 1952, Marilyn took a luxurious suite at the Bel Air Hotel, with a pool & a terraced garden, for the amount of 750 a month, she paid by her salary from "Don't Bother to Knock". Joe DiMaggio visited her often.

    Marilyn Monroe Photo By Eve Arnold (MM) (Dunway Enterprises)

    I still love Marilyn! Marilyn Monroe no makeup - true beauty! (born Norma Jeane Mortenson; June 1, 1926 – August 5, 1962) was an American actress, model, and singer, who became a major sex symbol, starring in a number of commercially successful motion pictures during the 1950s and early 1960s.

    MM ...

    #marilyn #marilynmonroe #vintagedresses #vintadefinita #50sfashion #60sfashion #oldhollywoodglam #classichollywoodfashion #vintagefashion

    thelingerieaddict: Love this dress. maudelynn: Marilyn on the set of Some Like It Hot This movie was done in black and white so I had no idea how beautiful this dress was.  And the wrap is amazing.

    Amanti Art Wall Art, Marilyn Monroe Textured Framed Art - Wall Art - for the home - Macy's

    Laszlo Willinger - Marilyn Monroe - 1948 - posing for pin up photos to strengthen her new Marilyn Monroe image

    It was a "thing" for photographer Philippe Halsman to ask famous people to let themselves be photographed while jumping into the air. The editors of "Life" magazine decided they wanted a cover of Marilyn jumping. Philippe Halsman said: "Marilyn arrived exactly three days late and ten minutes early." This photo was taken in 1959 and chosen as the cover for "Life" magazine.

    “I think Marilyn is bound to make an almost overwhelming impression on the people who meet her for the first time. It is not that she is pretty, although she is ... but she radiates, at the same time, unbounded vitality and a kind of unbelievable innocence. I have met the same in a lion-cub ..." - #IsakDinesen. #MarilynMonroe #quote

    Marilyn Monroe bookworm / reading scripts, stories to consider starring in / & song lyrics. She had a high IQ -- and lots of energy to work, exersize, give Love. So glad she loved to model. She is the ULTIMATE model. I always feel happy viewing her photo's for some reason.

    Marilyn Monroe~ in "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" 1953

    She is the most beautiful woman in the world ever Marilyn Monroe - from "The Prince and the Showgirl"

    MM Who could but see the fragility Did she know who she was in truth

    Joseph Hepner - Marilyn Monroe - 1950 - posing in yellow swimsuit

    Marilyn Monroe, publicity photo for "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes", 1953.