Marilyn by Gene Lester in 1956.

Marilyn by Gene Lester in 1956.

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Some Like It Hot (1959)

Some Like It Hot (1959)

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Marilyn Monroe photographed by Laszlo Willinger, 1949

Marilyn Monroe photographed by Laszlo Willinger, 1949

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"She does two things beautifully: she walks and she stands still. She’s the only actress who makes her greatest entrance when she exits."

- Hollywood Press Agent, The Unpublished Marilyn by James Haspiel

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Marilyn and Sir Laurence Olivier at The Savoy Hotel for a press conference on The Prince and The Showgirl in July 1956.

Marilyn and Sir Laurence Olivier at The Savoy Hotel for a press conference on The Prince and The Showgirl in July 1956.

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Marilyn Monroe photographed on the set of Something’s Got To Give, 1962.

Marilyn Monroe photographed on the set of Something’s Got To Give, 1962.

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Marilyn Monroe photographed by sam Shaw, 1957

Marilyn Monroe photographed by sam Shaw, 1957

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Marilyn Monroe, at the Call Me Madam Premiere 1953.

Marilyn Monroe, at the Call Me Madam Premiere 1953.

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Hair tests for ‘Let’s Make Love’

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ourmarilynmonroe:

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953)

ourmarilynmonroe:

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953)


Marilyn Monroe photographed on the set of Something’s Got To Give,1962. 

Marilyn Monroe photographed on the set of Something’s Got To Give,1962. 

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Marilyn by Frank Powolny in 1952.

Marilyn by Frank Powolny in 1952.

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Marilyn Monroe at the premiere for How To Marry A Millionaire, 1953.

Marilyn Monroe at the premiere for How To Marry A Millionaire, 1953.

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young-dope-sad said: Marilyn died August 5 1962 lol not the 4 th

alwaysmarilynmonroe:

Marilyn died August 4th 1962, lol not the 5th.

Marilyn was found by her maid and Psychiatrist in the early hours of August 5th, by then rigor mortis had already set in, meaning she would have been dead for at least seven hours. She died sometime around 8-11 on August 4th, was found in the morning and was taken to the morgue on the morning of August 5th.


Rare photo of Marilyn Monroe photographed by Laszlo Willinger, 1949

Rare photo of Marilyn Monroe photographed by Laszlo Willinger, 1949

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