Life magazine just released some never before seen photos taken of Marilyn in August of 1950 that are a lovely glimpse of this beautiful woman:
(bartenders, i couldn't quite figure out where to post this so if you want to combine it with something else, go right ahead).
Worth a mint, too-
Great stuff. Swoon. Sigh.
I read an article some time back, that pointed out that it was as much her appearance in photos in print media . . . err I mean magazines . . . that boosted her image, as much as her film roles. This is clear evidence of that.
"Hello. I'm Mr. Hardy, and this is my friend, Mr. Laurel."
Yowsa! She was so cute!
J. M. S.
A lot more Bing than Bogey
Wow, she really was a beautiful young woman-I think these are some of my favorite Marilyn photos ever.
Lip service without the behavior has no value...
She truly was like eye candy. I never get tired of looking at her photos! There is just something there. Lovely photos of a lovely woman.
"When people say, 'She's got everything', I've got one answer: I haven't had tomorrow." ~ Elizabeth Taylor
I'd love to have these photos to sell at auction!
I'm crazy about young Norma Jean!
"Memory embraces the past to understand and inform the present, nostalgia dwells in an idealized past unattainable.”
I have seen these pictures before, I don't know why they "advertise" them as new.
~ The average husband is convinced there is absolutely nothing a woman can't accomplish with the aid of a bobby pin. ~