Marilyn Remembered Exhibit Extended!

The exhibit at the Hollywood Museum, “Marilyn Remembered: An Intimate Look at The Legend,” has been extended from August 31, until September 16, 2010. There is still time to see what is believed to be the largest exhibit of Marilyn Monroe memorabilia ever.
The exhibit includes:

Marilyn Monroe Photography: Original photographs of Marilyn Monroe taken by world famous photographers Andre DeDienes, George Barris and Milton Greene.

Original Marilyn Monroe Artwork: Fantastic and brilliant original Marilyn Monroe artwork by renowned artist Ludvic.

Marilyn Monroe Owned Property: Items from six individual collectors will be on display, including selections from the Scott Fortner Collection and the Greg Schreiner Collection, together with the museum’s permanent collection of Marilyn Monroe memorabilia.

Items being seen in public for the first time ever:

Marilyn Monroe’s personal shoes, worn when she married Joe DiMaggio and also when performing for the troops in Korea in 1954.

The vibrant green Pucci blouse that Marilyn was wearing when the last ever photos of her were taken less than a week before she died.

Marilyn’s beaver fur coat, gifted to her by Arthur Miller.

Other items on exhibit include:
Marilyn Monroe film worn costumes from “Let’s Make Love” and “The Prince and The Showgirl.”

Gowns created specifically for Marilyn Monroe by Academy Award winning designer William “Billy” Travilla for her roles in “How To Marry A Millionaire,” “There’s No Business Like Show Business,” and perhaps one of her most famous films, “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.”

Several gowns worn by Marilyn in numerous studio publicity photographs and publications.

Clothing items from Marilyn Monroe’s personal wardrobe, including evening and cocktail attire, casual wear, and furs from her private collection, including the very first fur she ever owned.

Marilyn Monroe’s personal film scripts for “Niagara,” “There’s No Business Like Show Business,” and “How To Marry A Millionaire” among others.

Personal accessories, household goods, makeup & cosmetics, books from her home library and furniture from her final residence in Brentwood, California.

Numerous personal documents, including a Screen Actors Guild membership card, bank statements and receipts, bills and invoices outlining in great detail the personal and very private life of Marilyn Monroe.

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