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Milton Greene, Joshua's Greene's father, was Marilyn Monroe's photographer in the early days. Marilyn moved in with the Greene family and was Joshua Greene's babysitter. WOW!!!
On today's show, Joshua shares his personal recollections of the beautiful and extraordinary, Marilyn Monroe.
Spend a evening with me and my guest as we explore the intimate details of the life of past President JFK and Marilyn Monroe. Also we will touch on his motivation for releasing the book which has won many awards as well as bein on the bestseller's list. Call in at 7:30 at 347-945-6003 and hang out with me while we dig deep to get to the root of this mystery.
Friday the 13th
10pm ET / 9pm CT / 7pm PT
Globally: England - 3am; Germany - 4am; Australia - 2pm (Saturday); Japan - 12pm (Saturday); Ireland - 3am; Brazil - 1am
Our Pre-Valentines Day show lands on Friday the 13th and so what better way to celebrate both "holidays" than to have a spirit box session with the most controversial and highly debated couple in history - Marilyn Monroe and John F. Kennedy. Both had ties to each other and both were cut short in the prime of their lives all under suspicion and covered in mystery. The conspiracy theories have run the mile on both "lovers" and Luci and Anthony want to find out some answers AND from the people themselves.
Friday the 13th, we will try and reach out beyond the veil to Marilyn Monroe and JFK and find out what really went on with their love affair and who killed them. So many questions and only a 2 hour show. If our last spirit box session is any sign, this show will be a "bomb"shell !
Call in and help participate in the spirit box session and evp sessions: (661) 244-9831
In the history of world cinema and more particularly in Hollywood cinema, Marilyn Monroe is one such distinguished and phenomenal personality whose iconic image will exist as long as movies are made in this world. Although this Hollywood’s most adored actress is known by many pseudonyms, she will always be remembered as Marilyn Monroe by many of her admirers all over the world.
5th August,2012 was the fiftieth death anniversary of Marilyn Monroe and on that day millions of her fans from all over the world paid homage to the departed soul.
A unique gay icon. Who was Marilyn Monroe and why does she remain so important to the lgbt community.
THIS IS THE APOCALYPSE. I've been discussing the Apocalypse--the era we live in,and some things about 2012.
I've unmasked several faous people who are Reincarnations of ANcient Kings,Queens,Angels and Saints. Visit my Facebook pp,Facebook.com/aureliadruid to view some other luminaries I've unmasked.Today's show is going to focus on Marilyn Monroe because August 5, 2012 is the 50th Anniversary of her death in 1962. APOCALYPSE--THE ERA WE LIVE IN.
Donelle Dadigan (Founder and President of The Hollywood Museum and owner of the Max Factor building/archives), who recently hosted the acclaimed Daytime EMMYS kick off party, is now available for interviews about Marilyn Monroe and LGBT History Month exhibits and their star studded previews as well as the history of beauty for Hollywood's biggest stars (Judy Garland, Lana Turner, Elizabeth Taylor, Rita Hayworth, Angela Lansbury, Lucille Ball, Marilyn Monroe and many more,. as the archivist for the great Max Factor.
Ms. Donelle has recently purchased and secured the copyrights to hundreds of never before seen rare photos of Marilyn Monroe, uncovered by the son of Monroe photographer, Milton Greene. The images include promotional photo shoots as well as candid images taken with friends and colleagues such as Milton Berle, Maurice Chevalier, Sammy Davis, Jr., Marlene Dietrich, Louella Parsons, Billy Wilder, Frank Sinatra, etc. The Hollywood Museum (http://thehollywoodmuseum.com/) has brought international collectors together to showcase an unprecedented exhibit from June 1st to Sept 6th. Among the items on display will be Monroe's childhood, film costumes, public appearance gowns, personal clothing, jewelry, furniture, make-up, medication (found on the nightstand, the night of her death), memorabilia and much more. At the exclusive preview on May 27th, the cast of ThinkFactory Media's "Queens of Drama," Crystal Hunt, Lindsay Hartley, Chrystee Pharris & Donna Mills (Wednesday's at 8:00pm on POP), modeled personal and film wardrobe worn by an original Queen of Drama, Marilyn Monroe,
Today on Heal Yourself Talk Radio, K.R. Hughes and T.L. Burns is back authors of "What She Knew". We will be talking about secrets that Marilyn Monroe had and why she had those secrets.
Here is just one tidbit that they will reveal all the juicy details about on HYTR:
Marilyn was all about equal rights - a woman well before her time. In 1953, she asked the owner of the Mocambo (club) to allow Ella Fitzgerald to sing and that she would be there every night in the front row. At this time, Marilyn was coming into her own as a famous star and carried a good bit of clout. However, he still was hesitent. So, she slept with him and convinced him to do it. He did and she was in the front row every night and this is what made Ella's career.
So join us today, as we dig deeper into the life of Marilyn Monroe.
This Week: Author, biographer and ghost writer Jenna Glatzer was a recovering agoraphobic still unwilling to be enclosed in an airplane when she was asked to write Céline Dion's authorized biography. Two weeks later, she was in the air, enroute to Las Vegas and to an adventure that would change her life and launch a career that has resulted in more than 20 books, including an authorized biography of Marilyn Monroe. She tells that story in the newest Chicken Soup for the Writer's Soul book, and she'll share that inspiring experience and many others on today's show.
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On this episode of Heal Yourself Talk Radio Rebbekah White will be interviewing authors T.L. Burns and K.R. Hughes, they wrote "What She Knew"; a fast paced, on the seat of your chair book that explores the question, "What if Marilyn Monroe had lived and shared the secrets she knew". Could that have changed the course of history and saved the life of John F. Kennedy?
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Dr. Alma H. Bond is the author of twenty-one published books, including, most recently, Marilyn Monroe: On the Couch, Jackie: On the Couch, Lady Macbeth: On the Couch; Michelle Obama: A Biography; The Autobiography of Maria Callas; Margaret Mahler: A Biography of the Psychoanalyst; Camille Claude: A Novel; America’s First Woman Warrior: The Story of Deborah Sampson; and Who Killed Virginia Woolf? A Psychobiography.Dr. Bond received her Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology from Columbia University, graduated from the post-doctoral program in psychoanalysis at the Freudian Society, and was a psychoanalyst in private practice for 37 years in New York City. She “retired” to become a full-time writer, but now maintains a small practice in addition to writing.Dr. Bond is a member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors, the Dramatists Guild, and the Authors Guild, as well as a fellow and faculty member of the Institute for Psychoanalytic Training and Research, the International Psychoanalytic Association, and the American Psychological Association. She was one of the first non-medical analysts to be elected to the International Psychoanalytic Association.Experienced psychoanalyst and biographer Alma Bond creates an intimate reader experience in Marilyn Monroe: On the Couch, a unique twist on psychological biography that allows the luminous but troubled sexual and dramatic icon to tell her own story, reflecting to her analyst about her past from a 1959-1962 present in a vibrant collection of reminiscences that are sometimes humorous, often raw, and altogether tremendously powerful.
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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