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Sun, 26 March 2017
Marilyn (and Truman) in Manhattan
Over at The History Reader today,Â Marilyn in Manhattan author Elizabeth Winder writes about Marilyn’s friendship with Truman Capote, and how she inspired his 1958 novella, Breakfast at Tiffany’s. (Marilyn was one of several muses for his heroine, Holly Golightly; more details here.) “Where Truman shrank from his backwoods pedigree, Marilyn wore hers like a badge. … Continue reading Marilyn (and Truman) in Manhattan →
Sat, 25 March 2017
Lola Albright 1924-2017
The actress and singer, Lola Albright, has died in Toluca Lake, California aged 92, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Lola Jean Albright was born in Ohio in 1924. Her parents were gospel singers, and she became an accomplished pianist. After performing on the radio in Cleveland, she moved to Hollywood and worked as a model. … Continue reading Lola Albright 1924-2017 →
Thu, 23 March 2017
Marilyn Double Bill at the Carolina
If you’re in Durham, North Carolina tomorrow night, don’t miss out on a comedy bonanza at the Carolina Theatre, featuring Marilyn’s two films with director Billy Wilder: Some Like It Hot, and The Seven Year Itch.
Wed, 22 March 2017
The High Cost of Living (Like Marilyn)
The former home of Johnny Hyde, Marilyn’s agent and lover, was recently featured on the website of realtor Joyce Rey, prior to being snapped up (for $21K per month) by a lucky tenant on March 10. Marilyn often stayed there during their two-year relationship, which lasted from early 1949 until Hyde’s death in late 1950. … Continue reading The High Cost of Living (Like Marilyn) →
Sat, 18 March 2017
Marilyn Gets Foxy at TK Maxx
In recent years, Twentieth Century Fox has released a wide range of products celebrating their greatest star, including calendars, mugs, and most recently, perfumes. Fox was also involved with last year’s Bendigo exhibition. Using original poster artwork from Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and How to Marry a Millionaire, they have now created a series of framed … Continue reading Marilyn Gets Foxy at TK Maxx →