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Tue, 19 June 2018

By the Sea: Marilyn on Coronado Beach

Rare footage of Marilyn and Jack Lemmon filming Some Like It Hot on Coronado Beach in 1958 has been discovered in the CBS San Diego news archives – you can watch it here.

Mon, 18 June 2018

‘Forever Marilyn’ in Stamford, Connecticut

The world’s media has been eager to report on the alleged controversy caused by the summer-long installation of Seward Johnson’s ‘Forever Marilyn‘ at Latham Park in Stamford, Connecticut. The sculpture, inspired by the iconic ‘subway scene’ from The Seven Year Itch, shows Marilyn’s dress blowing in the wind – and its placement has her rear end facing a …

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Sun, 17 June 2018

More ‘Twilight Time’ for Marilyn

After their Don’t Bother to Knock release earlier this year, US company Twilight Time Video are launching a limited edition Blu-Ray of Let’s Make Love on June 19. (This is separate to the other upcoming reissue from UK company Signal One Entertainment.)

Sat, 16 June 2018

Marilyn Goes ‘Pop’ in NYC

It’s still not too late to celebrate Marilyn’s birthday, and on June 21, Pop International Galleries in New York launches an exhibit in her honour, curated by Andrew Weiss and featuring hand-signed photos by William Carroll, Laszlo Willinger, Bert Stern and George Barris.

Sat, 16 June 2018

‘Finishing the Picture’ Opens in London

Arthur Miller’s last play, Finishing the Picture, has opened at London’s Finborough Theatre to mostly positive reviews – although some critics have questioned why Kitty (the Marilyn-based character) is so constantly talked about, but never actually seen. Only the second production (and first in Europe), it’s on until July 7. “The play itself is a …

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