MARILYN MONROE SAD

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Marilyn Monroe photographed by Milton Greene, 1955

is it bigger than a breadbox?

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I love her

I love her

60 Retro Photos Show A Different Side To History Than You Already Know

60 Retro Photos

When flower power was in full bloom, it was as if pop culture had been waiting for it with open arms all along. There was an explosion of color in clothing, furniture, and advertisements.

˙˙·٠•● Marilyn Monroe / Мэрилин Монро ●•٠·˙˙'s photos

˙˙·٠•● Marilyn Monroe / Мэрилин Монро ●•٠·˙˙'s photos

“We’re Not Married!”, 1952.(Publicity pictures) Marilyn Monroe.Directed by Edmund Goulding.Cinematography: Leo Tover.20th Century Fox

“We’re Not Married!”, 1952.(Publicity pictures) Marilyn Monroe.Directed by Edmund Goulding.Cinematography: Leo Tover.20th Century Fox

Marilyn Monroe and Audrey Hepburn are two legendary actresses from the golden age of Hollywood. But the images they created couldn't have been more different. Want to know which of these magnificent ladies embody you? Take the quiz and find out!

Are You More Marilyn or Audrey?

Marilyn Monroe and Audrey Hepburn are two legendary actresses from the golden age of Hollywood. But the images they created couldn't have been more different. Want to know which of these magnificent ladies embody you? Take the quiz and find out!

Marilyn Monroe and Audrey Hepburn are two legendary actresses from the golden age of Hollywood. But the images they created couldn't have been more different. Want to know which of these magnificent ladies embody you? Take the quiz and find out!

Are You More Marilyn or Audrey?

Marilyn Monroe and Audrey Hepburn are two legendary actresses from the golden age of Hollywood. But the images they created couldn't have been more different. Want to know which of these magnificent ladies embody you? Take the quiz and find out!

She was a girl who knew how to be happy even when she was sad. And that's important. ~Marilyn Monroe

She was a girl who knew how to be happy even when she was sad. And that's important. ~Marilyn Monroe

I love Marilyn! I especially love these two photographs of her. You get to see how beautiful and childlike she was, but how sad she was too.

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