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Marilyn Monroe

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Richard Lee

on 4 June 2014

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Transcript of Marilyn Monroe

Discovered when she was working by a photographer and then 20th Century-Fox signed a contract with her. In 1951 she signed another contract with 20th Century-Fox for seven years.
1. The Seven Year Itch
2. Niagara
3.Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
4.Some Like it Hot
5.How To Marry A Millionaire

She was involved in 29 films in total
Famous films
Before she was famous she married Jim Dougherty while modeling bathing suits, dying her hair blonde, posed for pin-ups and glamour photos.
Before she was
Birth name Norma Jean Baker, was born on July 1, 1926. She lived with foster parents for a few years. Her mother was mentally unstable and she never met her biological father.

The End
Some people think that she committed suicide using Nembutal, Seconal, and Chloral Hydrate while others think that she got murdered by the brothers named John F Kenndy and Robert Kenndy .
Bosley Crowther was impressed with Marilyn's acting and said "Marilyn Monroe has finally proved herself an actress in "Bus Stop." She and the picture are swell!"

Emmeline Snively
Helen Ainsworth
Harry Lipton
Charles Feldman
Hugh French
Jack Gorden
George Chasin
Johnny Hyde
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