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Marilyn Monroe DECEMBER 1954 – Dancing with Donald O’Connor in an embroidered dress to Irving Berlin’s song, There’s No Business Like Show Business.

Let's start of 2013 with a beauty: today's über-cool, über-gorgeous celebrity with an über-cool TLR camera: MARILYN MONROE (photographed by Milton Greene)

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Milton Greene Marilyn Monroe, May, 1954 I was lucky enough to work with Milton's photos on a French spread on Marilyn

Marilyn Monroe & Donald O'Connor promotional photo for "There's No Business Like Show Business" 1954

Marilyn Monroe & Donald O'Connor promotional photo for "There's No Business Like Show Business" 1954

6 Terribly Tragic Things You Didn’t Know About Marilyn Monroe

6 Terribly Tragic Things You Didn’t Know About Marilyn Monroe

6 Terribly Tragic Things You Didn’t Know About Marilyn Monroe. I think many of the things about Marilyn go even much deeper then this. I kind of wonder what she would be like, if she was born during this generation.

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Marilyn And Jane Russell Marilyn and Jane Russell rehearsing their dance number for the movie Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

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Marilyn Monroe Reading at Home by Alfred Eisenstaedt. I love photos of MM in a natural state.not hamming it up.

White Christmas (1954) 2hr-00min  - A successful song-and-dance team become romantically involved with a sister act and team up to save the failing Vermont inn of their former commanding general.

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"God help the mister, who comes between me and my sister; God help the sister, who comes between me & my man!"

White Christmas Directed by Michael Curtiz and Starring Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney, Vera-Ellen, Dean Jagger and Mary Wickes with Music by Irving Berlin. Distributed by Paramount Pictures on October 1954

The cream and deep blue William Travilla gown, dripping with tear-drop crystals, will be one of 20 costumes to be featured at the exhibition from March 5 next year. Marilyn Monroe wore this stunning garment in Irving Berlin's film There's No Business Like Show Business 1954.

Marilyn Monroe's evening gown from "There’s no Business like Show Business," William Travilla, 1954

1954 / Marilyn (et les autres acteurs du film tels Dan DAILEY, Donald O'CONNOR, Mitzi GAYNOR, Ethel MERMAN ou encore Johnnie RAY) lors des répétitions de la scène finale du film "There's no business like show business" (La joyeuse parade) ; Le rôle secondaire tenu par Marilyn dans cet hommage au compositeur Irving BERLIN était un compromis, à la convergence de divers intérêts. D'abord, il compensait son refus d'apparaître dans « Pink tights », un film qu'elle avait repoussé malgré…

1954 / Marilyn (et les autres acteurs du film tels Dan DAILEY, Donald O'CONNOR, Mitzi GAYNOR, Ethel MERMAN ou encore Johnnie RAY) lors des répétitions de la scène finale du film "There's no business like show business" (La joyeuse parade) ; Le rôle secondaire tenu par Marilyn dans cet hommage au compositeur Irving BERLIN était un compromis, à la convergence de divers intérêts. D'abord, il compensait son refus d'apparaître dans « Pink tights », un film qu'elle avait repoussé malgré…

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