Marilyn Monroe – Beverly Glen Party (BGP-01)

May 1956 — The Greene family, Marilyn and Inez “Kitty” Owens — who cooked and kept house for the Greene’s in addition to taking care of Joshua — lived in a house at 595 North Beverly Glen Blvd., a four bedroom home in Los Angeles that Milton rented while making Bus Stop. One night, they allowed reporters and press to come in for a cocktail party. Marilyn was wearing the infamous black spaghetti-strap dress, from the Prince press reception. Notice the fashion and gestures of the press gathered around her.

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