Anita Loos was an author, screenwriter, and playwright, best known for writing Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, first as a magazine series, then a 1925 book, a 1928 film, a 1949 Broadway musical, and the 1953 film musical starring Marilyn Monroe. The story was inspired by Loos' observations of Jazz Age love and temptation, and featured a flapper as the protagonist.
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Rarely-seen portraits of Marilyn Monroe to go on show in London
In 1987, American photojournalist Eve Arnold was interviewed about the photos she made of actress Marilyn Monroe. Marilyn trusted Arnold more than any other photographer, which resulted in many beautiful and intimate portraits, made between 1951 and 1962. On 17 June 1991, this half hour interview was broadcasted by the BBC (English spoken, no s...