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5 Things We Learned From Marilyn Monroe's Final Interview The Day Before She Died

Marilyn Monroe told photographer Lawrence Schiller she had big plans to get Fox to stop paying attention to Elizabeth Taylor and start gazing her way. Well, it worked. Vanity Fair's June issue reveals details from Monroe's final interview with Schiller before passing August 5, 1962... along with some never-before-seen nude images. Highlighted in the interview are her jealously of ever-popular Elizabeth Taylor, her hunger for fame, and deep-rooted insecurities.
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