Beautiful, sexy, funny and talented, Marilyn Monroe was America’s and the world’s heartthrob. Typecast as the original dumb blonde, she gained fame in classic movies like Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, The Seven Year Itch and How to Marry a Millionaire. She married America’s greatest sporting hero and then one of America’s most renowned intellectuals before wowing the critics with her performance in Bus Stop. She won a Golden Globe Award for her role in Some Like It Hot, and, seemingly privately, serenaded the President of the United States in front of tens of thousands at Madison Square Garden. This is the familiar and the unseen Marilyn, from her unhappy childhood to her tragic death, still touching the hearts of millions.

Book Details

Cover Type: Hardback, Format: 265x290 mm, Extent: 176 pp, Illustrations: 200 approx, Paper: 150gsm

Publication Date: September 2009

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