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Norma Jeane (Marilyn Monroe) Parte ciento ochenta y ocho

Norma Jeane (Marilyn Monroe) Parte ciento ochenta y ocho

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1955 -- Marilyn Monroe admiring the cartoons on the wall, drawn by celebrated The New Yorker writer and cartoonist James Thurber, at Costello’s restaurant on E.

19 Pictures That Will Make You Think Differently About Marilyn Monroe BuzzFeed Happy 88th Birthday, Ms. Monroe.  Getty images Marilyn Monroe reading at home. by Alfred Eisenstaedt on Getty Images

19 Pictures That Will Make You Think Differently About Marilyn Monroe

Marilyn Monroe Reading at Home by Alfred Eisenstaedt. I love photos of MM in a natural state.not hamming it up.

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i always say this!. i never asked to be equal...

I love Marilyn Monroe. I love her style. If I ever went short with my hair, I would go with this style:)

Lauren Bacall et Marilyn Monroe à la première du film How to Marry a Millionaire, 1953

Lauren Bacall et Marilyn Monroe à la première du film How to Marry a Millionaire, 1953

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Marilyn Monroe with a Nikon F by Bert Stern Theres numerous others out there Bert Stern photographed of the beautiful Marilyn in recent articles due to going up for auction.

Photographies de Marilyn Monroe à 20 Ans à Malibu Beach en 1946 (3)

Photographies de Marilyn Monroe à 20 Ans à Malibu Beach en 1946

A young Marilyn Monroe in Griffith Park, LA, in August 1950. Photos by Ed Clark. Before she became the epitome of glamour (and tragedy), this was Marilyn Monroe: a wanderer, a loner. She always gave the impression she lived in a slightly different time zone than the people around her, an otherworldly being forever trying to mimic human behavior—to act.

A young Marilyn Monroe in Griffith Park, LA, in August 1950. Photos by Ed Clark. Before she became the epitome of glamour (and tragedy), this was Marilyn Monroe: a wanderer, a loner. She always gave the impression she lived in a slightly different time zone than the people around her, an otherworldly being forever trying to mimic human behavior—to act.

©Ansre de Dienes

When Marilyn Monroe was just 20 years old, she met photographer André de Dienes. This was in before she was catapulted into superstardom.

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