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They’ve all been stolen and I wanted one for my grandchildren. But I can’t keep them. I don’t know who takes them if I get a copy and I pack it away. It’ll be gone. By the time it was known I’d already done the Asphalt Jungle. I was hired at Fox. I remember they called on the set, the publicity department and said, something to the affect of “did you pose for a calendar?” and I said “yes, anything wrong?”. There was great anxiety in their voices and they said “don’t say you did. Say you didn’t”. So I said “But I did. I signed the release and I did and I feel like I should say it.” So, I did say that I did. And they were very unhappy about it. And then the cameraman who was working on the film that time, he got a hold of one and asked me if I’d sign it. And so I said yes I would, I signed it. I said “To…” you know, to him, and then his name and I said “this isn’t my best angle.” And of course they got madder, the studio…
…I always supported myself, I was never what you’d call, I know, how would you say it…No one else ever supported me in my life, my older life. I had no family and I had no place to go to have a roof over my head.
- Marilyn Monroe about her nude photographs and her reasons to Georges Belmonts, 1960.
Marilyn Monroe and Milton Greene 1956.
"All I did was believe in her. She was a marvelous, loving, wonderful person I don’t think many understood."~ Milton Greene
Marilyn photographed by Philippe Halsman, 1954.
Marilyn Monroe photographed by Cecil Beaton, 1956.
Marilyn Monroe in a costume test for River of No Return 1954
Marilyn in 1951.
Marilyn Monroe on set of niagara 1952.
Marilyn during the production of Some Like It Hot in 1958.
Marilyn photographed in London, 1956.