Marilyn photographed by Milton Greene, 1955. #marilynmonroe #miltongreene #classic #color #50s #beauty #vintage #oldhollywood #loveit
Marilyn in a promo shot for ‘Bus Stop!’ Photo by Milton Greene. 😊😍😘❤️💜💙💛💚 💋🌹🌺⭐️ #MarilynMonroe #Marilyn #Monroe #MM #NormaJeaneBaker #MiltonGreene #BusStop #Icon #Star #Cinema #Photography #Art #OldHollywood #Marilynette #Fifties
I was tagged by @mildredsfierce @queen_marilyn_monroe @_queen_elizabeth_taylor_ and @marilynsoldhollywood to do the “Who Do You Prefer” challenge! Thank you!
1. Elizabeth Taylor vs. Marilyn Monroe: Always both!
2.) Gene Tierney vs. Ava Gardner: I love Gene, but I must go with Ava on this one.
3.) Katharine Hepburn/Spencer Tracy vs. Humphrey Bogart/Lauren Bacall: Bogie and Bacall!
4.) Eleanor Powell vs. Cyd Charisse: I have not seen as much of Eleanor as I have of Cyd, so I’ll say Cyd!
5.) Film Noir vs. Screwball Comedy: Oh easy! Film Noir..
6.) Vertigo vs. Rear Window (Alfred Hitchcock): Two great movies. But I think Vertigo is the greatest.
7.) Vivien Leigh vs. Hedy Lamarr: No! Two of my favorites. I say both.
8.) Doris Day vs. Julie Andrews: Julie Andrews!
9.) 1930s vs. 1940s: As much as I love the 1930s when it comes to movies, the 1940s was something else…
10.) Lauren Bacall vs. Barbara Stanwyck: I adore them both. But I’ll go with Lauren.
11.) Jean Harlow vs. Mae West: Jean Harlow!
12.) 1940s vs. 1950s: Without a doubt - the 1940s!
13.) Lucille Ball vs. Carole Lombard: Lucille Ball!
14.) Silent Films vs. Pre-code: Pre-code
15.) The Philadelphia Story vs. High Society: This is easy, since The Philadelphia Story is one of my favorite movies. So I think you can tell which one is my choice.
16.) Billie Holiday vs. Ella Fitzgerald: Great ladies! I say Billie Holiday.
17.) Irene Dunne vs. Jean Arthur: This one is very hard.. but I’ll say Jean Arthur. I think that she’s incredibly underrated.
18.) Gregory Peck vs. Montgomery Clift: Oh dear! Two of my favorite actors. But I’m very fond of Monty, so it’s Monty!
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Day 2 of the #moviemaniachallenge - Movie role you would love to play
I would without a doubt choose to play Blance DuBois in “A Streetcar Named Desire” (1951). Mainly because of the way Vivien Leigh truly captured the character. But also because of the emotional rollercoaster of Blance’s life. You would have to be a brilliant actress to do her justice. It would be a major challenge for anyone - still, I would’ve loved to do that role. #marilynmonroe #classic #miltongreene #50s #beauty #vintage #oldhollywood #love
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