Marilyn in "The Seven Year Itch" - bathtub scene - very funny film!

Marilyn in "The Seven Year Itch" - bathtub scene - very funny film!

1953 / Marilyn lors du tournage des extérieurs du film "River of no return". Les photos sont tirées d'une scène qui a été coupé au montage et qui ne figure donc pas dans le film.

1953 / Marilyn lors du tournage des extérieurs du film "River of no return". Les photos sont tirées d'une scène qui a été coupé au montage et qui ne figure donc pas dans le film.

Marilyn at the premiere of "Call Me Madam", 1953.

Marilyn at the premiere of "Call Me Madam", 1953.

film edits vintage marilyn monroe 1960s something's got to give

film edits vintage marilyn monroe 1960s something's got to give

Resultado de imagen de MINI LOBBY CARD love happy MARILYN MONROE

Resultado de imagen de MINI LOBBY CARD love happy MARILYN MONROE

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1946: Marilyn Monroe

1946: Marilyn Monroe

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.

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Marilyn Monroe photographed on location in Canada while filming River Of No Return in the summer of 1953 <3

Marilyn Monroe photographed on location in Canada while filming River Of No Return in the summer of 1953 <3

This was the second Marilyn film I ever saw. I can't remember where or how, but it was a good couple of years after 'The Seven Year Itch'. This was in the day before I managed to con my Dad into getting a VCR. I love everything about this film, particularly Marilyn's romance with David Wayne and the final scene - "Gentlemen, to our wives!" I won't say any more in case you haven't seen it. No spoilers here!

This was the second Marilyn film I ever saw. I can't remember where or how, but it was a good couple of years after 'The Seven Year Itch'. This was in the day before I managed to con my Dad into getting a VCR. I love everything about this film, particularly Marilyn's romance with David Wayne and the final scene - "Gentlemen, to our wives!" I won't say any more in case you haven't seen it. No spoilers here!

Marilyn Monroe filming Let's Make Love in 1960 <3

Marilyn Monroe filming Let's Make Love in 1960 <3

1956 / Sur le tournage du film "Bus stop".

1956 / Sur le tournage du film "Bus stop".

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