What was Marilyn Monroe really saying in 1956?

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By 1956, Marilyn Monroe had earned a national reputation for being a “star,” a “celebrity,” a “sex symbol,” and… a “dumb blonde.” But, Jeff Nilsson, Historian for The Saturday Evening Post, points out that Marilyn was anything but a “dumb blonde.” Find out more about Marilyn in the Conversation Crossroad radio program interview with Jeff, author of “Just What Was Marilyn Monroe Saying?” in the Saturday Evening Post article on the 50th anniversary of the Hollywood legends death.

 

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