Marilyn Monroe wore a shocking pink dress in the 1953 film Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, directed by Howard Hawks. The dress was created by costume designer William "Billy" Travilla and was used in one of the most famous scenes of the film, which subsequently became the subject of numerous imitations, significantly from Madonna in the music video for her 1985 song "Material Girl".
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Sep 26, 2021 · Marilyn Monroe and Joan Crawford were both leading ladies in the early '50s, and while the stage was big enough to accommodate them both, their years together teemed with feuds and even an alleged affair.
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Apr 12, 2017 · As for the dress itself, costume designer William Travilla didn't imagine it would become his most memorable piece. He took care to give Monroe an outfit that would convey her sweet, innocent ...
Sherman and producer Jerry Wald had originally wanted to adapt James M. Cain's 1937 novel Serenade for Sheridan and Dennis O'Keefe but the book's homosexual subplot queered the deal. Sherman's counter offer to Warners was James Gunn's unfinished screenplay, The Unfaithful, an unofficial remake of William Wyler's The Letter (1940).
Jul 23, 2011 · Was Marilyn Monroe a porn star? Presently, the world is abuzz about reports of a new film from the 1940s, wherein a couple engages in several sexual acts, which were quite racy for this conservative period in history. Unfortunately, and likely for purposes of publicity and perceived increased value, it’s being reported that the woman in the film is Marilyn Monroe, or more specifically an ...