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I could not decide whether to put this here or under the thread on Marilyn's death.

Marilyn Monroe's memory is kept alive by the stories of her friends | Daily Mail Online
Jack Lemmon says..."But she was the type of girl that looked straight into trouble and no one could ever advise her."

So she looked straight into trouble? In other words, seeking it out? Far from the truth. The trouble was that she couldn't be Norma Jeane when people expected her to be Marilyn.

Eddie Fisher...'Marilyn Monroe was a serious player. She used people she played them off,"

So he comes to that conclusion from the few times he met her? When she was with Sinatra, and by Fisher's words, made a play for him? What an idiot. Ask ANY of her closest friends or people who knew, they would say the opposite. I had no respect for Fisher, and now it's at an even more all time low.
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