Tag Archives: Marilyn Monroe

Photo of the Day – Hello Summer! (Part 5)

Hello! Today, on the last day of July, I’m posting the last photo of “stars at beach”. So, to finish, let’s see this beautiful picture of Marilyn Monroe! 😉

[And about you? Are you having a great time in some beach? Tell me!]

Beach Time - Marilyn Monroe

Marilyn Monroe at beach. Photo by Laszlo Willinger. Source: Pinterest.

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“I restore myself when I’m alone. A career is born in public, talent in private”

– Marilyn Monroe

Happy Birthday To…

Today we celebrate the birthday of the unforgettable Marilyn Monroe (01 June 1926 – 05 August 1962)! What’s your favorite movie starred by her?

Marilyn Monroe. Photo by Frank Powonly. Source: IMDb

Photo of the Day – Monroe and Russell

Hey! Let’s start the week with this picture of Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell stamping their hands on TCL Chinese Theatre in June of 1953, after the success of the movie “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes” (1953), where both starred together as Lorelei Lee and Dorothy Shaw, respectively.


Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell (1953)

Video of the Day – Marilyn Interview (1956)

Hello! Today I’m sharing with you this video of Marilyn Monroe talking to the press in 1956 about her new movie “Bus Stop” (1956), her return to 20th Century-Fox, among other things.

Click here to watch it on Youtube

Happy Birthday To…

A special Happy Birthday to Marilyn Monroe (June 01, 1926 – August 05, 1962)!!

Marilyn 5

Marilyn Monroe

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“Imperfection is beauty, madness is genius, it’s better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring”

– Marilyn Monroe

Photo of the Day – Marilyn

A very cute photo of Marilyn Monroe on the beach! ❤

Marilyn Monroe

Marilyn Monroe

Tips of books

Hello darling!!

Tonight I’ll give you a simple tip of two books which I’m using in my monograph to conclude the graduation course in the university and I’ve already used one of them here, in the first posts…

And why I will talk about them? Because they are about classic cinema, of course!

The first one is about the movie “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”, its adaptation from novel to cinema, the movie backstages, some stories and a lot of interesting things about the movie. The book also talks about Audrey Hepburn’s career beginning until she starred this film as Holly Golightly. Another interesting theme in this book is how women were represented in the 50’s and 60’s in American cinema. Give a look in a photo of the book (in Brazilian version) and in some pictures which are inside it. All the informations about the book are after the photos (in the original version, in English).

The book in Brazilian version

The book in Brazilian version

Some pictures in the book

Some pictures in the book

  • Original title: Fifth Avenue, 5 A.M. – Audrey Hepburn, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, and the dawn of the modern woman
  • Author: Sam Wasson
  • Year of publication: 2010
  • Publishing house: Harper

The second tip of book is a Marilyn Monroe’s biography. And I’m indicating this book because you should know that some of her biographies are quite sensationalists. But, reading this one (that a big fan of her, indicated to me), you can see all the stories and legends about this cultural icon treated in a way more serious and credible. Besides, you can realize how the big movie stars were built by Hollywood. Like the another book, the photos are in the Brazilian version of the book and the informations are after.

Cover book (Brazilian version)

The book in Brazilian version

Some photos in the book

Some pictures in the book

  • Original title: The secret life of Marilyn Monroe
  • Author: J. Randy Taraborrelli
  • Year of publication: 2009
  • Publishing house: Rose Books


I hope you have enjoyed these tips!! See you! 😉

Photo of the Day – Marilyn as Lorelei Lee

Hey!! How are you? Fine, I hope! 🙂

Today the photo I want share with you is about a kind of costume test of Marilyn Monroe as Lorelei Lee in the movie “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes” (1953). Give a look in this glorious photography! ❤

Marilyn Monroe as Lorelei Lee

Marilyn Monroe as Lorelei Lee

See you tomorrow with a video or music… Bye bye!