Marilyn Monroe Arrives At London Airport 1956

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Newlywed Marilyn Monroe arrives at London Airport with husband Arthur Miller. She is greeted by Lord Olivier who is to appear with her in "The Sleeping Prince". SV. Newspaper montage (title super over). Angle shot, American film star Marilyn Monroe and her new husband, playwright...



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  • The plane Marilyn arrives on is the TWA Lockheed
    L-1049G Super Constellation, named "Star of Granada".

    jamied 3rd May 2012

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