marilyn monroe death

Books
Marilyn Monroe was born June 1, 1926 -- 90 years ago. A half century after her death, she remains an American icon. Here are 12 great books about many of the movie icon's amazing life and mysterious death.
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5. Her quotes are unforgettable and often repeated even 51 years after her death. Some of her best wisdom includes: "It's
Videos
Today marks 51 years since Marilyn Monroe's untimely death, but the Hollywood beauty is far from forgotten. She remains a prominent figure today through advertisement campaigns, through her failures that teach us valuable lessons and through her legendary beauty that will never fade.
Celebrity
Check out the slideshow below to see the recently uncovered photos of the iconic beauty. Today marks 51 years since Marilyn
Style & Beauty
The simple truth will surprise you.
Style
Can you believe she would have been 87 today?
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She's one of -- if not the -- most iconic bombshell in cinematic history. And two days before what would have been Marilyn
Entertainment
Marilyn Monroe was more than just a sex goddess; she was a woman who took on an entire movie system and changed the image of women forever.
Women
Monroe's ability to mesmerize viewers and crowds stood in stark contrast to the deep insecurities, paralyzing anxiety, and
Entertainment
"He was completely contemptuous of her," she explained. "People forget how much power the studio heads had in those days
Celebrity
"She was trying to prove she was a serious actress and not just a movie star playing bimbo parts," Don Murray, who starred
HuffPost Home
Much has been made of the fact that Marilyn Monroe installed a plaque on her house with the Latin phrase 'Cursum Perficio' translating to 'My Journey Ends Here.'
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Will commentators and authors such as I still be rejoicing in her in half-a-century's time? I have no doubts they will. Marilyn isn't going anywhere. She will always be around, outliving and outshining us all.
Divorce
She may have sung "I'm Through with Love" in the 1959 hit "Some Like It Hot," but off-screen, Marilyn Monroe never gave up
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Much has been made of the fact that Marilyn Monroe installed a plaque on her house with the Latin phrase 'Cursum Perficio' translating to 'My Journey Ends Here.'
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Poncher's widow Elsie, who initially obliged with her husband's deathbed request, later had second thoughts. She told the
Celebrity
The deaths of Natalie Wood, Princess Diana and--but of course!--Marilyn Monroe--are once again the topic of gossip, rumor and perhaps even some poetry.
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"There are other stars who had film careers that were as successful and longer lasting, but no star will ever capture the hearts and wallets of collectors quite like Marilyn Monroe.”