Marilyn Monroe – Black Cape Sitting (BCP-09)

October 1955 — Milton selected two outfits from a rack of clothes left over from a fashion shoot and used Marilyn as a model while setting up lights for two shooting environments to be used the following day. Milton and Marilyn had heard that the lawsuit filed against 20th Century Fox would soon be settled and were in festive mood. “She wasn’t a victim. I hate when people describe her as a victim,” recalled Amy. “She was a young woman that was a sponge who wanted life to come in and show her what she had to do. She was ready for anything. That’s why she had such a great sense of humor. And she lived every day in the present.”

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