Sunday, May 20, 2012

Marilyn Monroe's Last Interview & Murder/Suicide


You can hear her voice in these interviews,
which I love.....
Her Laugh.
The picture above was taken 2 days before her death,
and at the interview.

If you watch the videos you will see her home etc.




Below is an image of MM leaning out of her NYC apartment
at 444 E. 57th. St.
I lived 1/2 block away from her place.
It is a very cool prewar building.

Did you know that most prewar buildings in NYC
do not have 13th floors??


When I moved to NYC 
the week of my18th birthday.
I had nothing but a mattress on the floor and a few books.
Like 3.
One of my treasures 
was a square book of Marylyn Monroe images
taken by Milton Greene.
It was truly art.
She was like a 'human piece of art'
 that SHE created!!

I was obsessed with her and her death.
I am still obsessed with her death....
I just don't know what I believe.


MM was a brilliant make-up artist.


Without Make-Up & With Make-Up


She really was plain looking without make-up.
But 
she had all right stuff in my opinion.
The Brows
The Eyes
The Bones
&
The Lips
She was a perfect canvas.



This pic was taken on the set of 
'Somethings Got To Give'
just weeks before her death.
MM was skinny because of a gall bladder operation
that she had gone through.



What a great 'tush!'


What an angel face.


The French finally came to love her long after her death.
Not as a movie star
but 



MM celebrated a birthday on the set of 
'Something's Got To Give'


If you didn't get enough click on this one.
They are slightly different...playing more of M.M.'s voice during the interview.
I like both videos.



Did or Do you like Marlyn Monroe.....
I won't hold it against you if you didn't or don't.
It is strange, by the time I started watching her films....she was dead over 10 years.


Do you think it was suicide
or
murder???

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3 comments:

  1. I think the MOB bumped her off
    She was Murdered.

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  2. I think murdered...so sad...

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  3. I think that the Kennedy brothers, specifically Robert had her killed. Robert was stopped by police two blocks from her house on the night she died but never admitted to being in LA. The CIA, led by Hoover, covered it up and threatened or paid off the maid and Pat.

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