Posted on October 11, via Lady Be Good with 1, notes. Source: ladybegood. Posted on October 4, via Always Marilyn Monroe with notes. The real Marilyn Monroe was a roiling tragedy and her life was an indictment of our society as a whole.
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Marilyn first posed partially nude for Earl Moran, an artist who drew stills from her photographs for cheesecake magazines between the years of and This was before Marilyn became a star. In the photographs were discovered and Hugh Hefner used them for the first edition of Playboy - it completely sold out as men flocked to see the phorographs of Marilyn nude. Marilyn was given a nude coloured bathing suit but felt as though it was too visible and decided instead to swim naked. She was photographed by Lawrence Schiller during the shoot and these nudes were majorly publicised - bringing great publicity to the studio, the film and Marilyn herself. She again posed nude in for the final time, just weeks before her death during a mammoth photo shoot with Bert Stern for Vogue.
I'm sorry but that does kinda make her a slut because she had no flipping MORALS and its disgusting how girls look up to a woman who was gorgeous but didn't make great life choices. For a start Marilyn did not pose for Playboy - it was actually taken by the photographer Tom Kelley in Playboy acquired and published the pictures without Marilyn getting paid for it or even knowing about it - she had nothing to do with Playboy, so you should really learn your stuff before you send messages like this. I love your blog, it's beautiful.
Columbia bought the film a few months later, made up a new press book and posters and sent it back out through their own exchanges as a Columbia film, just as they had previously done on the indie production from Sunset, HEROES OF THE ALAMO. I stress that the film was not originally made for nor intended to be distributed by Columbia. Columbia probably picked it up to fill an unexpected hole in their production schedule, i. Film Daily gave it a good review on initial release as a novelty that would draw patrons. Leading lady Yvonne Moray was a cabaret performer - singer and dancer - in New York City for many years, and had been in several shorts (that needed short people) filmed on the East Coast by Educational and Vitaphone.