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A special look at never-before-seen photos of Marilyn Monroe taken by Milton H. Greene, published by Joshua Greene in "The Essential Marilyn Monroe."

A special look at never-before-seen photos of Marilyn Monroe taken by Milton H. Greene, published by Joshua Greene in "The Essential Marilyn Monroe."

The Last Days of Marilyn Monroe|Paperback

Product Details ISBN-13:9780062206497Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Publication date:07/17/2012Pages:560Sales rank:430,276Product dimensions: 14.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 1.00(d)

By now most portraits of Marilyn Monroe are widely seen — except for a batch discovered by the wife of fashion photographer Andre de Dienes.

By now most portraits of Marilyn Monroe are widely seen — except for a batch discovered by the wife of fashion photographer Andre de Dienes.

"She was a wonderful comedienne, and she had a charisma like no one before or since....Marilyn had kind of a built-in alarm system. It would 'go off' in the middle of a scene if that scene was not right for her, and she would just stop everything..." -Jack Lemmon (Costar, "Some Like It Hot," 1959)

Marilyn Monroe stands alone as a photographic subject for two reasons - visual transformation (her metamorphosis) and inner projection (her charisma).

John Florea - Marilyn Monroe - 1951 - in her room in the  Beverly Carlton Hotel, 9400 West Olympic Boulevard, Beverly Hills - reading

Marilyn Monroe en robe peignoir en satin - en 1951dans son appartement du Beverly Carlton Hotel Marilyn Monroe in a satin bathrobe - in...

Kolnoha 1954 (Israel) Marilyn Monroe - 1954, magazine from Israel. Front cover photos of Marilyn Monroe in publicity for "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes", 1953.

Kolnoha 1954 (Israel) Marilyn Monroe - 1954, magazine from Israel. Front cover photos of Marilyn Monroe in publicity for "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes", 1953.