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Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Profiles in History: Marilyn Monroe's Subway Dress- From The Seven Year Itch

Source:Profiles in History- The famous subway dress scene in The Seven Year Itch, with Tom Ewell and Marilyn Monroe.
Presented by Debbie Reynolds and Profiles in History: Marilyn Monroe “The Girl” ivory pleated “Subway” dress by Travilla, the most recognized costume in film history, from The Seven Year Itch. Offered this June 18, 2011 atDebbie Reynolds The Auction by
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From Profiles in History

One of the most famous scenes in Hollywood history happened in one of the most culturally conservative times in American history. The 1950s where women weren’t expected to show off their physical beauty and were looked down upon when they did.

In this scene, the Goddess of Hollywood, Marilyn Monroe, showed millions of people around the world part of what she had to work with from a physical standpoint and a big reason why she was so popular.

Marilyn Monroe was a Silent Generation baby who grew up during the depression and got to watch or hear about World War II, instead of ever having to ever worry about serving in that war, because she was too young. Who was probably 15-20 years ahead of her time.

Marilyn becomes a star in the 1960s and there wouldn’t been much that was controversial about her as far as how she presented herself physically. This is a woman who wore tight Levis jeans and loved to show off her legs and butt when most women weren’t wearing tight denims at all, at least in public in the 1950s.

Marilyn was so ahead of her time as a Hollywood goddess and actress, that it’s just a damn shame that she died so early. And denied so many of her fans the ability to see how great of an entertainer she would’ve become. 

You can also see this post at The Daily Press, on Blogger.

1 comment:

  1. You can also see this post at The Daily Press:http://thedailypressusa.blogspot.com/2014/02/profiles-in-history-video-marilyn.html on Blogger.

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