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Mon, 16 September 2019
Marilyn, Bobby Kennedy and a â€˜Scandalousâ€™ Conspiracy
The Fox News documentary series, Scandalous: The Death of Marilyn Monroe, has now concluded. While some viewers voiced concerns about sensationalism in the early episodes, most fans watching in the US seem satisfied by the verdict. “Iâ€™m one of the experts interviewed for this three-part special on Marilyn Monroe,” historian Elisa Jordan says. “Iâ€™m pleased …
Sun, 15 September 2019
Marilyn Goes From Hollywood to Poland
Marilyn graces the latest cover of Poland’s legal journal, Dziennik Gazeta Prawna (dated September 13-15), accompanying an interview with filmmaker Andrzej Krakowski about sexual behaviour in Hollywood, in which he refers to her rumoured – and much exaggerated – affair with John F. Kennedy. The main headline apparently translates as ‘Women in Bed, Not in …
Sun, 15 September 2019
Marilynâ€™s Subway Scene at 65
On the night of September 15, 1954 – 65 years ago today – Marilyn filmed the iconic ‘subway scene’ from The Seven Year Itch to an adoring crowd. It is also said to have ended her marriage to Joe DiMaggio, though in truth they were already heading for a split. Over at Marilyn Remembered, Lorraine …
Sat, 14 September 2019
Marilyn (and Jane) Bring â€˜Blondesâ€™ Back to the UK
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes will be screened at Picturehouse venues across the UK during October (see here.) I was lucky enough to see it on the big screen back in 2010 and highly recommend you do so too – read my review here.
Thu, 12 September 2019
Marilyn Book News: The Starlet, the Spy and the Blue Book Years
Marilyn and Me, Ji-Min Lee’s novel set in Korea, is now available in the US under a different title: The Starlet and the Spy. As any classic film buff will tell you, a starlet is an aspiring actress and by 1954, Marilyn was a global megastar. However, it’s a worthwhile read. Marilyn’s part in it …