Magnum photographer Eve Arnold's image of Marilyn Monroe in the Nevada desert during the filming of 'The Misfits', 1960

Magnum photographer Eve Arnold's image of Marilyn Monroe in the Nevada desert during the filming of 'The Misfits', 1960

Marilyn Monroe, photographed by George Barris, 1962

Marilyn Monroe, photographed by George Barris, 1962

Marilyn Monroe Minimalism Original Pencil Drawing by IleanaHunter

Marilyn Monroe Minimalism Original Pencil Drawing Fine Art Portrait

Marilyn Monroe

Marilyn Monroe

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One of my most favourite films...ever! Tony Curtis, Marilyn Monroe and Jack Lemmon during the filming of Some Like It Hot

One of my most favourite films...ever! Tony Curtis, Marilyn Monroe and Jack Lemmon during the filming of Some Like It Hot

Celebs before they were famous. Marilyn Monroe as a child.

Marilyn Monroe Photos Photos: Celebs Before They Were Famous

Marilyn Monroe. She was an American icon. Probably best known for her modeling...she was also a wonderful actress. I have never seen her in a movie that I didn't like. She was fantastic in comedies. She was a true beauty that brought out the beautiful in those around her. <3

Marilyn Monroe. She was an American icon. Probably best known for her modeling...she was also a wonderful actress. I have never seen her in a movie that I didn't like. She was fantastic in comedies. She was a true beauty that brought out the beautiful in those around her. <3

Tony Curtis: Hollywood's most famous 'pretty boy,' a moniker he spent his whole life running from, but there was nothing effeminate about him. Even in Some Like It Hot, where he was prettier than Marilyn Monroe, whom he was courting while being forced to dress in drag, he was hysterically macho. - Ronni

Tony Curtis: Hollywood's most famous 'pretty boy,' a moniker he spent his whole life running from, but there was nothing effeminate about him. Even in Some Like It Hot, where he was prettier than Marilyn Monroe, whom he was courting while being forced to dress in drag, he was hysterically macho. - Ronni

~Betty Grable, Lauren Bacall and Marilyn Monroe pose for a portrait on the set of the 20th Century-Fox film 'How to Marry a Millionaire' (1953)~

~Betty Grable, Lauren Bacall and Marilyn Monroe pose for a portrait on the set of the 20th Century-Fox film 'How to Marry a Millionaire' (1953)~

"I felt a certain envy for what i assumed was Marilyn’s more than obvious popularity. Here was a girl who didn’t know what it was like to be lonely. Then i noticed how shy she was, and i think now that she was as lonely as I was. Lonelier. It was something I felt, a deep well of loneliness she was trying to fill." —Bette Davis

"I felt a certain envy for what i assumed was Marilyn’s more than obvious popularity. Here was a girl who didn’t know what it was like to be lonely. Then i noticed how shy she was, and i think now that she was as lonely as I was. Lonelier. It was something I felt, a deep well of loneliness she was trying to fill." —Bette Davis

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