M&M isn't the only sweet thing with a sleek candy shell that tastes delicious. There's M&M, as in Marilyn Monroe, the go-to girl for bombshell beauty. Born Norma Jean Baker, Marilyn reinvented herself as a bleached blonde and stopped time with her hourglass figure. She made men want to handle their tools posing for various automotive catalogues, but her career really got into gear on the big screen. After bit parts, Marilyn made the sidewalk sizzle in The Asphalt Jungle (1950) and proved that Gentelmen Prefer Blondes (1953). She showed How to Marry a Millionaire (1953)--all you need are million-dollar knockers. And not only did Some Like It Hot (1959), but everyone loved Marilyn when she was hot--and she was never less than steamy. But Marilyn's exposure onscreen remained teasingly short of skin until she starred in the unfinished film Something's Got to Give (1962). Although middle-aged, Marilyn was hardly finished as a sex symbol. Her naked pool swim made no ands, ifs, and lots of butt shots about it, with a good measure of her massive mams on display. It's great to finally see why U.S. presidents, baseball legends, and even literary nerds went ga-ga for Marilyn's ta-tas. Even death can't stop Marilyn the Great from reigning over today's Hollywood sex symbols--in 2008, an anonymous buyer spent $1.5 million on a sex tape allegedly showing Monroe perv-forming oral on an unnamed man. Something's Got to Give--and I think it's my zipper!
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Let's Make It Legal (1951) - as Joyce Mannering