On the 80th anniversary of Marilyn Monroe's birth, the San Francisco Chronicle offers some speculations on what her life may have been like had she not died young. Pretty funny. Actually, this reminded me of when Premiere magazine made a brilliant fake filmography of what Marilyn's career might have been had she continued working through the '80s. It followed a typical ex-sexpot's course, with Marilyn challenging herself with Joanne Woodward's role in The Stripper and, later on, slumming through Elizabeth Taylor's part in the Agatha Christie all-starrer The Mirror Crack'd.
|:: posted by Matt Hinrichs, 6/02/2006|| Comments (0)|
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