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April 10: Marilyn Appears On Time For Six Hours Of Costume Tests For Something's Got To Give. She Is Irritated That Cukor Is Not There To Meet Her. She Looks Radiant, And Peter Levathes Tells The Press, "This Will Be The Best Monroe Picture Ever. Marilyn Is At The Peak Of Her Beauty And Ability." But That Evening, Producer Henry Weinstein Finds Her Sprawled Across A Bed And Unconscious After An Overdose Of Barbiturates. He Calls Ralph Greenson, Who Revives Her. It Is Announced To The Press That Marilyn Will Be Part Of The Entertainment At The President's Madison Square Garden Birthday Party. Marilyn Agrees To Pay $1,440.33 For The Cost Of Producing A Dress Decorated With Hand-stitched Rhinestones, Beading, And Mirrors.

Carl Rollyson Sayings: April 10: Marilyn Appears On Time For Six Hours Of Costume Tests For Something's Got To Give. She Is Irritated That Cukor Is Not There To Meet Her. She Looks Radiant, And Peter Levathes Tells The Press, "This Will Be The Best Monroe Picture Ever. Marilyn Is At The Peak Of Her Beauty And Ability." But That Evening, Producer Henry Weinstein Finds Her Sprawled Across A Bed And Unconscious After An Overdose Of Barbiturates. He Calls Ralph Greenson, Who Revives Her. It Is Announced To The Press That Marilyn Will Be Part Of The Entertainment At The President's Madison Square Garden Birthday Party. Marilyn Agrees To Pay $1,440.33 For The Cost Of Producing A Dress Decorated With Hand-stitched Rhinestones, Beading, And Mirrors.

Carl Rollyson Sayings: April 10: Marilyn Appears On Time For Six Hours Of Costume Tests For Something's Got To Give. She Is Irritated That Cukor Is Not There To Meet Her. She Looks Radiant, And Peter Levathes Tells The Press, "This Will Be The Best Monroe Picture Ever. Marilyn Is At The Peak Of Her Beauty And Ability." But That Evening, Producer Henry Weinstein Finds Her Sprawled Across A Bed And Unconscious After An Overdose Of Barbiturates. He Calls Ralph Greenson, Who Revives Her. It Is Announced To The Press That Marilyn Will Be Part Of The Entertainment At The President's Madison Square Garden Birthday Party. Marilyn Agrees To Pay $1,440.33 For The Cost Of Producing A Dress Decorated With Hand-stitched Rhinestones, Beading, And Mirrors.

Carl Rollyson Sayings: April 10: Marilyn Appears On Time For Six Hours Of Costume Tests For Something's Got To Give. She Is Irritated That Cukor Is Not There To Meet Her. She Looks Radiant, And Peter Levathes Tells The Press, "This Will Be The Best Monroe Picture Ever. Marilyn Is At The Peak Of Her Beauty And Ability." But That Evening, Producer Henry Weinstein Finds Her Sprawled Across A Bed And Unconscious After An Overdose Of Barbiturates. He Calls Ralph Greenson, Who Revives Her. It Is Announced To The Press That Marilyn Will Be Part Of The Entertainment At The President's Madison Square Garden Birthday Party. Marilyn Agrees To Pay $1,440.33 For The Cost Of Producing A Dress Decorated With Hand-stitched Rhinestones, Beading, And Mirrors.

Carl Rollyson Sayings: April 10: Marilyn Appears On Time For Six Hours Of Costume Tests For Something's Got To Give. She Is Irritated That Cukor Is Not There To Meet Her. She Looks Radiant, And Peter Levathes Tells The Press, "This Will Be The Best Monroe Picture Ever. Marilyn Is At The Peak Of Her Beauty And Ability." But That Evening, Producer Henry Weinstein Finds Her Sprawled Across A Bed And Unconscious After An Overdose Of Barbiturates. He Calls Ralph Greenson, Who Revives Her. It Is Announced To The Press That Marilyn Will Be Part Of The Entertainment At The President's Madison Square Garden Birthday Party. Marilyn Agrees To Pay $1,440.33 For The Cost Of Producing A Dress Decorated With Hand-stitched Rhinestones, Beading, And Mirrors.

Carl Rollyson Sayings: April 10: Marilyn Appears On Time For Six Hours Of Costume Tests For Something's Got To Give. She Is Irritated That Cukor Is Not There To Meet Her. She Looks Radiant, And Peter Levathes Tells The Press, "This Will Be The Best Monroe Picture Ever. Marilyn Is At The Peak Of Her Beauty And Ability." But That Evening, Producer Henry Weinstein Finds Her Sprawled Across A Bed And Unconscious After An Overdose Of Barbiturates. He Calls Ralph Greenson, Who Revives Her. It Is Announced To The Press That Marilyn Will Be Part Of The Entertainment At The President's Madison Square Garden Birthday Party. Marilyn Agrees To Pay $1,440.33 For The Cost Of Producing A Dress Decorated With Hand-stitched Rhinestones, Beading, And Mirrors.

Carl Rollyson Sayings: April 10: Marilyn Appears On Time For Six Hours Of Costume Tests For Something's Got To Give. She Is Irritated That Cukor Is Not There To Meet Her. She Looks Radiant, And Peter Levathes Tells The Press, "This Will Be The Best Monroe Picture Ever. Marilyn Is At The Peak Of Her Beauty And Ability." But That Evening, Producer Henry Weinstein Finds Her Sprawled Across A Bed And Unconscious After An Overdose Of Barbiturates. He Calls Ralph Greenson, Who Revives Her. It Is Announced To The Press That Marilyn Will Be Part Of The Entertainment At The President's Madison Square Garden Birthday Party. Marilyn Agrees To Pay $1,440.33 For The Cost Of Producing A Dress Decorated With Hand-stitched Rhinestones, Beading, And Mirrors.

Carl Rollyson Sayings: April 10: Marilyn Appears On Time For Six Hours Of Costume Tests For Something's Got To Give. She Is Irritated That Cukor Is Not There To Meet Her. She Looks Radiant, And Peter Levathes Tells The Press, "This Will Be The Best Monroe Picture Ever. Marilyn Is At The Peak Of Her Beauty And Ability." But That Evening, Producer Henry Weinstein Finds Her Sprawled Across A Bed And Unconscious After An Overdose Of Barbiturates. He Calls Ralph Greenson, Who Revives Her. It Is Announced To The Press That Marilyn Will Be Part Of The Entertainment At The President's Madison Square Garden Birthday Party. Marilyn Agrees To Pay $1,440.33 For The Cost Of Producing A Dress Decorated With Hand-stitched Rhinestones, Beading, And Mirrors.

Carl Rollyson Sayings: April 10: Marilyn Appears On Time For Six Hours Of Costume Tests For Something's Got To Give. She Is Irritated That Cukor Is Not There To Meet Her. She Looks Radiant, And Peter Levathes Tells The Press, "This Will Be The Best Monroe Picture Ever. Marilyn Is At The Peak Of Her Beauty And Ability." But That Evening, Producer Henry Weinstein Finds Her Sprawled Across A Bed And Unconscious After An Overdose Of Barbiturates. He Calls Ralph Greenson, Who Revives Her. It Is Announced To The Press That Marilyn Will Be Part Of The Entertainment At The President's Madison Square Garden Birthday Party. Marilyn Agrees To Pay $1,440.33 For The Cost Of Producing A Dress Decorated With Hand-stitched Rhinestones, Beading, And Mirrors.

Carl Rollyson Sayings: April 10: Marilyn Appears On Time For Six Hours Of Costume Tests For Something's Got To Give. She Is Irritated That Cukor Is Not There To Meet Her. She Looks Radiant, And Peter Levathes Tells The Press, "This Will Be The Best Monroe Picture Ever. Marilyn Is At The Peak Of Her Beauty And Ability." But That Evening, Producer Henry Weinstein Finds Her Sprawled Across A Bed And Unconscious After An Overdose Of Barbiturates. He Calls Ralph Greenson, Who Revives Her. It Is Announced To The Press That Marilyn Will Be Part Of The Entertainment At The President's Madison Square Garden Birthday Party. Marilyn Agrees To Pay $1,440.33 For The Cost Of Producing A Dress Decorated With Hand-stitched Rhinestones, Beading, And Mirrors.

Carl Rollyson Sayings: April 10: Marilyn Appears On Time For Six Hours Of Costume Tests For Something's Got To Give. She Is Irritated That Cukor Is Not There To Meet Her. She Looks Radiant, And Peter Levathes Tells The Press, "This Will Be The Best Monroe Picture Ever. Marilyn Is At The Peak Of Her Beauty And Ability." But That Evening, Producer Henry Weinstein Finds Her Sprawled Across A Bed And Unconscious After An Overdose Of Barbiturates. He Calls Ralph Greenson, Who Revives Her. It Is Announced To The Press That Marilyn Will Be Part Of The Entertainment At The President's Madison Square Garden Birthday Party. Marilyn Agrees To Pay $1,440.33 For The Cost Of Producing A Dress Decorated With Hand-stitched Rhinestones, Beading, And Mirrors.

Carl Rollyson Sayings: April 10: Marilyn Appears On Time For Six Hours Of Costume Tests For Something's Got To Give. She Is Irritated That Cukor Is Not There To Meet Her. She Looks Radiant, And Peter Levathes Tells The Press, "This Will Be The Best Monroe Picture Ever. Marilyn Is At The Peak Of Her Beauty And Ability." But That Evening, Producer Henry Weinstein Finds Her Sprawled Across A Bed And Unconscious After An Overdose Of Barbiturates. He Calls Ralph Greenson, Who Revives Her. It Is Announced To The Press That Marilyn Will Be Part Of The Entertainment At The President's Madison Square Garden Birthday Party. Marilyn Agrees To Pay $1,440.33 For The Cost Of Producing A Dress Decorated With Hand-stitched Rhinestones, Beading, And Mirrors.

Carl Rollyson Sayings: April 10: Marilyn Appears On Time For Six Hours Of Costume Tests For Something's Got To Give. She Is Irritated That Cukor Is Not There To Meet Her. She Looks Radiant, And Peter Levathes Tells The Press, "This Will Be The Best Monroe Picture Ever. Marilyn Is At The Peak Of Her Beauty And Ability." But That Evening, Producer Henry Weinstein Finds Her Sprawled Across A Bed And Unconscious After An Overdose Of Barbiturates. He Calls Ralph Greenson, Who Revives Her. It Is Announced To The Press That Marilyn Will Be Part Of The Entertainment At The President's Madison Square Garden Birthday Party. Marilyn Agrees To Pay $1,440.33 For The Cost Of Producing A Dress Decorated With Hand-stitched Rhinestones, Beading, And Mirrors.

Carl Rollyson Sayings: April 10: Marilyn Appears On Time For Six Hours Of Costume Tests For Something's Got To Give. She Is Irritated That Cukor Is Not There To Meet Her. She Looks Radiant, And Peter Levathes Tells The Press, "This Will Be The Best Monroe Picture Ever. Marilyn Is At The Peak Of Her Beauty And Ability." But That Evening, Producer Henry Weinstein Finds Her Sprawled Across A Bed And Unconscious After An Overdose Of Barbiturates. He Calls Ralph Greenson, Who Revives Her. It Is Announced To The Press That Marilyn Will Be Part Of The Entertainment At The President's Madison Square Garden Birthday Party. Marilyn Agrees To Pay $1,440.33 For The Cost Of Producing A Dress Decorated With Hand-stitched Rhinestones, Beading, And Mirrors.

Carl Rollyson Sayings: April 10: Marilyn Appears On Time For Six Hours Of Costume Tests For Something's Got To Give. She Is Irritated That Cukor Is Not There To Meet Her. She Looks Radiant, And Peter Levathes Tells The Press, "This Will Be The Best Monroe Picture Ever. Marilyn Is At The Peak Of Her Beauty And Ability." But That Evening, Producer Henry Weinstein Finds Her Sprawled Across A Bed And Unconscious After An Overdose Of Barbiturates. He Calls Ralph Greenson, Who Revives Her. It Is Announced To The Press That Marilyn Will Be Part Of The Entertainment At The President's Madison Square Garden Birthday Party. Marilyn Agrees To Pay $1,440.33 For The Cost Of Producing A Dress Decorated With Hand-stitched Rhinestones, Beading, And Mirrors.

Carl Rollyson Sayings: April 10: Marilyn Appears On Time For Six Hours Of Costume Tests For Something's Got To Give. She Is Irritated That Cukor Is Not There To Meet Her. She Looks Radiant, And Peter Levathes Tells The Press, "This Will Be The Best Monroe Picture Ever. Marilyn Is At The Peak Of Her Beauty And Ability." But That Evening, Producer Henry Weinstein Finds Her Sprawled Across A Bed And Unconscious After An Overdose Of Barbiturates. He Calls Ralph Greenson, Who Revives Her. It Is Announced To The Press That Marilyn Will Be Part Of The Entertainment At The President's Madison Square Garden Birthday Party. Marilyn Agrees To Pay $1,440.33 For The Cost Of Producing A Dress Decorated With Hand-stitched Rhinestones, Beading, And Mirrors.