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1954 - The Myth: Marilyn Monroe in Korea

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Korea, South, 14-09-1954

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Marilyn Monroe (June 1st, 1926 – August 5th, 1962) was a 20th century American actress. Her sizzling screen presence and premature death would make her a perennial sex symbol and later a pop icon. She played a variety of roles in many films. One of her most famous films is “The Seven Year Itch” which is a 1955 movie directed by Billy Wilder. The film was based on a play that starred Tom Ewell (but not Marilyn). It cost $1.8 million, a large budget for a movie in those days. The high price was partly incurred by Marilyn often fluffing her lines and requiring many retakes. This was because she had her mind elsewhere -- her marriage to Joe DiMaggio ended during the film shoot. The film, however, contains one of the most famous images of Marilyn Monroe when her dress is billowing up from an updraft from a grate.


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Barris, Georg

(Marilyn Monroe's photographer) , speaking English:
-  "She kissed me gently and said: „George, to you and to the world.“ I was anxious. Somehow it scared me. I asked what she meant by that. - that was her last picture. "

Sarno, Chris

(former US sailor who attended Marilyn’s Korean performance) , speaking English:
-  "She raised our spirits –for weeks."

Daugherty, James

(Monroe's first husband) , speaking English:
-  "If we took a look in her eyes- but only her eyes, then we could still recognise Norma Jean. The very sad girl. "

Strassberg, Susan

(actress, friend of Marilyn) , speaking English:
-  "If Marilyn had lived in a later generation, everybody would have recognised that she was dependent on him. She would have been helped instead of forced to have dinner with Kennedy or Frank Sinatra and drink another glass of champagne. For someone like her, it was like a death-warrant. "

Sarno, Chris

(former US sailor who attended Marilyn’s Korean performance) , speaking English:
-  "In our minds–of course- she was our girl- at least for those two hours she spent with us. "

Strassberg, Susan

(actress, friend of Marilyn) , speaking English:
-  "Actually she was on her honeymoon, with her most likely greatest love, but the moment she really remembered and which caused her the greatest happiness was singing while freezing in her short dress for unknown men. "

Sarno, Chris

(former US sailor who attended Marilyn’s Korean performance) , speaking English:
-  "It was a very cold day. We were waiting and shouting for so long: Marilyn, Marilyn. And then when she stepped on the stage, we exploded. It was a stormy welcome for the most beautiful woman of the world. "

Barris, Georg

(Marilyn Monroe's photographer) , speaking English:
-  "He wanted a divorce. It was like being stunned. I did not know what to do, shall I commit suicide? I had no clue……it was a big shock. "

Barris, Georg

(Marilyn Monroe's photographer) , speaking English:
-  "One of the Marx brothers noticed: we should not search further, we have found the girl we’ve been waiting for. That was the real break-through. She had to say only one sentence: „someone is following me“ – that was all! And the reply: „I can understand that!“ "

Barris, Georg

(Marilyn Monroe's photographer) , speaking English:
-  "She dreamed about being an actress. She wanted to be famous and not just a poor little girl. "

Daugherty, James

(Monroe's first husband) , speaking English:
-  "I did not know Marilyn Monroe. I only knew Norma Jean. They are two different people. "

Monroe, Marilyn

(American actress, singer and model, cultural icon) , speaking English:
-  "On the afternoons spent in Hollywood I stepped into the star’s footprints again and again or I fit my hands into their prints. "

Barris, Georg

(Marilyn Monroe's photographer) , speaking English:
-  "Her own life was sad, very sad. Sometimes I have to cry remembering how much happiness she gave to the world but she did not get any of it. "

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1999

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