Marilyn at the premiere of East of Eden in 1955. I seen the shawl she is wearing here in person at the Hollywood Museum, the matching dress was destroyed in storage due to water damage.

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Timestamp: 1406516471

Marilyn at the premiere of East of Eden in 1955. I seen the shawl she is wearing here in person at the Hollywood Museum, the matching dress was destroyed in storage due to water damage.

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Timestamp: 1406516314

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Dita Von Teese at Christian Louboutin’s book launch and 20th anniversary celebration at Barneys New York in Beverly Hills, CA on November 3, 2011.

Her hair is everything.

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Timestamp: 1405470456

Dita Von Teese at Christian Louboutin’s book launch and 20th anniversary celebration at Barneys New York in Beverly Hills, CA on November 3, 2011.

Her hair is everything.

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"When you look at Marilyn on the screen you don’t want anything bad to happen to her. You really care that she should be all right…happy." 
Natalie Wood

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Timestamp: 1405470420

"When you look at Marilyn on the screen you don’t want anything bad to happen to her. You really care that she should be all right…happy." 
Natalie Wood

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Marilyn Monroe photographed by Milton Greene, 1956

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Timestamp: 1405470405

Marilyn Monroe photographed by Milton Greene, 1956

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Honey, we all got to go sometime, reason or no reason. Dyin’s as natural as livin’. The man who’s too afraid to die is too afraid to live.

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Timestamp: 1405470390
Honey, we all got to go sometime, reason or no reason. Dyin’s as natural as livin’. The man who’s too afraid to die is too afraid to live.

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curvyswervydames:

June Palmer (55) :: 

Timestamp: 1405470371

curvyswervydames:

June Palmer (55) :: 

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Marilyn Monroe on the set of Love Nest, 1951.

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Timestamp: 1405470348

Marilyn Monroe on the set of Love Nest, 1951.

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ditavonteesing:

i don’t know when this was but she totally looked like a gothic vampire goddess

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Timestamp: 1405470317

ditavonteesing:

i don’t know when this was but she totally looked like a gothic vampire goddess

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perfectlymarilynmonroe:

Marilyn photographed by John Florea, 1953.

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Timestamp: 1405470298

perfectlymarilynmonroe:

Marilyn photographed by John Florea, 1953.

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Natalie said her favorite scene in Rebel Without a Cause was one she shared with James Dean that was cut from the film.

“It was in the car. I was waiting for him and he comes up and we talk to each other. There was a section of the scene where I imply that I’ve sort of been around, that I’m not really pure.

I say to him, ‘Do you think that’s bad?’ And he says ‘No, I just think it’s lonely. It’s the loneliest time.’

I thought it was a wonderful lineright on the cutting room floor.”

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Timestamp: 1405470202

Natalie said her favorite scene in Rebel Without a Cause was one she shared with James Dean that was cut from the film.

“It was in the car. I was waiting for him and he comes up and we talk to each other. There was a section of the scene where I imply that I’ve sort of been around, that I’m not really pure.

I say to him, ‘Do you think that’s bad?’ And he says ‘No, I just think it’s lonely. It’s the loneliest time.’

I thought it was a wonderful lineright on the cutting room floor.”

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Marilyn Monroe photographed by Milton Greene, 1954

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Timestamp: 1405470146

Marilyn Monroe photographed by Milton Greene, 1954

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Marilyn by George Barris in June 1962.

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Timestamp: 1405470121

Marilyn by George Barris in June 1962.

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