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Marilyn Monroe’s Sexiest Shoots [PLAYBOY + MORE]

June 1st is Marilyn Monroe’s birthday, which kind of explains why we’re posting so much about her. The one thing we haven’t featured (until now) are the photos that have made her so famous. Marilyn is easily the most famous Playmate in the history of the publication’s magazine; funny because the first issue ever published featured her photos from another shoot. The rights were bought for only $500. Oh, you didn’t know that? Then perhaps you should read our 20 Things You Didn’t Know About Marilyn Monroe. If you’re more of a picture kind of guy, though, feel free to check out our favorite photos of the legend.

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      1. […] has been apart of pop culture since 1953 when Marilyn Monroe graced the very first issue. But, in recent years, the magazine has been slowly going down the […]

      2. […] to casual sexiness. Check these out and then see the more professional side to Marilyn with her amazing Playboy pictorials. Also discover more about Marilyn with “20 Things You Didn’t Know About Marilyn […]

      3. Paco says:

        Happy Birthday Norma Jean, You were the first fantasy love of a young boy who got his hands on your playboy edition… your style and grace we shall not see the likes of ever again… your raw sensuality plumeted our country into the sexual revolution that was long overdue..!!!I don't care for the conspiracy theorists, all I know is you are gone now and lost to us forever and the little boy inside me will never forget you ever…..

        1. William Simmons says:

          I have a black and white original nude of Norma Jean. She was and still is a rare beauty. I have decided I must let go of her though times are hard… If you want her or know someone that might.Please let me know. Thank very much…

      4. […] Marilyn Monroe’s Sexiest Shoots [PLAYBOY + MORE] «Jun 1, 2012 … June 1st is Marilyn Monroe’s birthday, which kind of explains why we’re posting so much about her. The one thing we haven’t featured (until … […]

      5. […] It’s not meant to be particularly art-y or deep, the women are just there to be sexy. Think Playboy (in fact, this was the publication that really jump-started the style’s […]

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