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infinitemarilynmonroe · 11 hours ago
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Marilyn Monroe photographed by Sam Shaw, 1957.
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infinitemarilynmonroe · 16 hours ago
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Marilyn Monroe and Robert Mitchum at the St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital benefit, 1953.
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infinitemarilynmonroe · a day ago
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Marilyn Monroe on the set of Something’s Got To Give, 1962.
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blrmerch · 2 months ago
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infinitemarilynmonroe · 4 days ago
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Marilyn Monroe photographed by Laszlo Willinger, 1948.
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infinitemarilynmonroe · 4 days ago
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Marilyn Monroe photographed at the Photoplay Awards, 1954.
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infinitemarilynmonroe · 5 days ago
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Marilyn Monroe and Jack Cole on the set of Let’s Make Love, 1960.
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infinitemarilynmonroe · 6 days ago
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Marilyn Monroe photographed by Richard Avedon, 1957.
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infinitemarilynmonroe · 7 days ago
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Marilyn Monroe entertaining the troops in Korea, 1954.
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infinitemarilynmonroe · 7 days ago
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The orginal design drawings by Bob Mackie of the now iconic dress Marilyn Monroe wore to sing Happy Birthday to President John F. Kennedy in 1962. 
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infinitemarilynmonroe · 7 days ago
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Marilyn Monroe photographed by River of No Return, 1953.
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house-ad · 14 days ago
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infinitemarilynmonroe · 8 days ago
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Marilyn Monroe photographed by George Barris, 1962.
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infinitemarilynmonroe · 8 days ago
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I’m a bit late posting about this.
We have never known who Marilyn’s father was. Marilyn did not know either, but she strongly felt it was Charles Stanley Gifford, a man who worked at the same company as Marilyn’s mother, Gladys Baker.
Marilyn had attempted to contact Gifford several times and was denied every time. Gifford himself denied being Marilyn’s father till the day he died.
However, it has been confirmed recently through DNA tests that Gifford is indeed Marilyn’s father. The tests were done using a hair of Marilyn’s (kept by the person who embalmed her body) and saliva belonging to Gifford’s granddaughter, Francine Gifford Deir. It was a match.
Francine said: “Her life could have been richer if he'd acknowledged her. Maybe her fate would have been different if she'd belonged to a family like ours. Maybe she would have been stronger. We'll never know.”
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infinitemarilynmonroe · 8 days ago
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Marilyn Monroe and Dame Edith Sitwell, 1953.
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infinitemarilynmonroe · 9 days ago
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Marilyn Monroe on the set of Bus Stop, 1956.
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infinitemarilynmonroe · 10 days ago
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Marilyn Monroe photographed by John Florea, 1953.
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infinitemarilynmonroe · 10 days ago
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i agree about the dress. she shouldve just worn the replica that was made for her! she didn't look bad so it makes sense that she shouldve just worn it. it was obviously just a pride thing for her
Ya, just spoiled.
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infinitemarilynmonroe · 11 days ago
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Marilyn Monroe and Rupert Allan photographed at the Golden Globe Awards, 1960.
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house-ad · a month ago
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