Marilyn Monroe: News Cameras Flash, Less Privacy

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Flashing lights of News Photographers

Actress Marilyn Monroe in the mid 50's gradually began having much less privacy from the ongoing hungry News Press 'sharks' fest'. Press conferences, and constant photographs began to get to her. She had little time for herself, to be out in public, always noticed. Flashing … (read more)

Flashing lights of News Photographers

Actress Marilyn Monroe in the mid 50's gradually began having much less privacy from the ongoing hungry News Press 'sharks' fest'. Press conferences, and constant photographs began to get to her. She had little time for herself, to be out in public, always noticed. Flashing Press photos bombarded her. Her private life became an invasion; highly curious to know more about her life, her secret meetings, her male friends, her next movie contract, to her failed marriages and flawed films. Marilyn just wanted to have a happy life, she never really had, with a family and children. She needed more time away from publicity seekers and the demands of the film industry.


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Vesa Peltonen
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2021/10/03

The Reserve Price is $590.97, as of October 3rd.

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