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In 1950, Johnny Hyde arranged for her to have her nose and chin surgically perfected. The details are unknown.

Here is a list of homes where Marilyn lived and the years that she lived there. Please also see the if you are looking to tour Marilyn Monroe sites.

5454 Wilshire Blvd Los Angeles, CA 1926 459 E Rhode Island St Hawthorne, CA 1926-32 Los Angeles Orphans Home 815 N El Centro Ave Hollywood, CA 1935-37 6707 Odessa Ave Van Nuys, CA 1937 14743 Archwoods St Van Nuys, CA 1937 6707 Odessa Ave Van Nuys, CA 1938 11348 Nebraska Ave. Sawtelle, CA 1938-41 6707 Odessa Ave. Van Nuys, CA 1941-42 11348 Nebraska Ave. Sawtelle, CA 1942 4524 Vista Del Monte St. Sherman Oaks, CA 1942 14747 Archwood St. Van Nuys, CA 1943 11348 Nebraska Ave. Sawtelle, CA 1945-46 Studio Club 1215 N Lodi St Hollywood, CA 1946-47 131 South Avon St. Burbank, CA 1947 El Palaccio Apts. 8491-8499 Fountain Ave West Hollywood, CA 1947-48 Bel Air Hotel 701 Stone Canyon Rd Beverly Hills, CA 1948 Beverly Carlton Hotel 9400 W Olympic Blvd Beverly Hills, CA 1948 Studio Club 1215 N Lodi St Hollywood, CA 1948-49 141 South Carolwood Dr. Holmby Hills, CA 1949 718 North Palm Dr. Beverly Hills, CA 1950 1309 Harper Ave. West Hollywood, CA 1950-51 Beverly Carlton Hotel 9400 W Olympic Blvd Beverly Hills, CA 1951 3539 Kelton Way West Los Angeles, CA 1951 611 North Crescent Dr. Beverly Hills, CA 1951-52 1121 HilIdale Ave. West Hollywood, CA 1952 Beverly Carlton Hotel 9400 W Olympic Blvd Beverly Hills, CA 1952 Bel Air Hotel 701 Stone Canyon Rd Beverly Hills, CA 1952 Outpost Estates 2393 Castilian Dr Hollywood Hills, CA 1952 Beverly Hills Hotel 9641 W Sunset Blvd Beverly Hills, CA 1952-53 882 North Doheny Dr Beverly Hills, CA 1953-54 2150 Beach St San Francisco, CA 1954 508 North Palm Dr Beverly Hills, CA 1954 8336 Delongpre Ave Hollywood, CA 1954 Voltaire Apartments 1424 N Crescent Heights West Hollywood, CA 1954 The Milton Greene Home Fanton Hill Rd Weston, CT 1954-55 Waldorf Astoria Hotel 301 Park Ave New York, NY 1955 Sutton Place Apartment 2 Sutton Pl New York, NY 1955-56 dresses Roxbury Farm Home Roxbury, CT 1956-1960 Parkside House Estate Egham, England 1956 Amagansett Retreat Amagansett, Long Island, NY 1957-58 Fifty Seventh St. Apt. 444 E 57 St New York, NY 1957-62 Beverly Hills Hotel 9641 W Sunset Blvd Beverly Hills, CA 1958-60 The Mapes Hotel 30 N Virginia St Reno, NV 1960 The Holiday Hotel 111 Mill St Reno, NV 1960 Beverly Hills Hotel 9641 W Sunset Blvd Beverly Hills, CA 1961 882 North Doheny Dr Beverly Hills, CA 1961-62 12305 Fifth Helena Dr Brentwood, CA 1962

The Los Angeles Orphans Home where Marilyn lived as a girl still exists today and is known as Hollygrove.

Picture of bungalows 20A and 21A at the Beverly Hills hotel. Marilyn lived in 21A (right side of doorway) with Arthur Miller during the filming of “Let’s Make Love.” Her co-star, Yves Montand, and his wife, Simone Signoret, lived in 20A (left side of doorway.)

Jim Dougherty, June 1942-September 1946
Joe DiMaggio, January 1954-October 1954
Arthur Miller, June 1956-January 1961
For the record, it is alledged that Bob Slatzer was married to her for a few days in Mexico in October 1952 but there is no marriage certificate to prove it.

The following is a chronological list of the cars that Marilyn Monroe owned, as well as the cars that she frequently drove or was driven in.
1. The Bolenders’ Model-I Ford-Hawthorne, circa 1926-32
2. Jim Dougherty’s blue 1940 coupe
3, Jim Dougherty’s 1935 Ford sports car-which Norma Jeane retained when the couple divorced
4. A 1948 Ford convertible-which MM purchased when she began to make money and which was soon repossessed
5. A 1950 Pontiac convertible
6. A black Cadillac convertible (license #2166185)-probably the Cadillac that MM received for appearing on “The Jack Benny Show,” circa 1953-54
7 Joe DiMaggio’s black Cadillac (license “Joe D”)-the car that the DiMaggios hopped into immediately following their 1954 wedding ceremony
8. A black Thunderbird sports car-the car MM drove when she moved to New York in 1956. It may have been purchased for her by Milton H. Greene.
9. Arthur Miller’s Jaguar-New York, circa 1957
10. A white Cadillac-the car MM drove (and was driven in) during the 1960 location shooting of The Misfits. It was probably rented.
11. A chauffeur-driven black limousine-Upon her return to Los Angeles in 1961, MM did not purchase another car. For certain occasions, she was driven about in this limo. Mrs. Eunice Murray’s modest green Dodge-For everyday, noneventful occasions, MM For certain occasions, she was driven about in this limo.
12. Mrs. Eunice Murray’s green Dodge – For everyday, noneventful occasions, MM was driven about Los Angeles by Mrs. Murray, circa 1961-62

“1 like animals. If you talk to a dog or a cat it doesn’t tell you to shut up.”
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Marilyn Monroe loved animals. During her lifetime, she had the following pets:
1. Tippy: Jippy was a black-and-white dog given to Norma Jeane by her foster father, Albert Wayne Bolender. Every day, Tippy accompanied Norma Jeane to school. He even used to wait or her to play with him at recess. Circa 1932, Tippy was shot dead by a neighbor who claimed that Tippy had been rolling around in his garden.

2. A Spaniel: When Norma Jeane lived with the Goddard family, she and her ‘sister,” Beebe shared a pet spaniel, circa 1940.

3. Muggsie: Jim Dougherty bought his wife a pet collie named Muggsie. However, after she began her modeling career, Norma Jeane had less time for her dog. Subsequently, Muggsie died of a ‘broken heart.”

4. A Chihuahua: At the time she was signed by Columbia Pictures in 1948, Marilyn Monroe owned a pet Chihuahua.

5, Mitsou: Mitsou was a white Persian cat that Marilyn Monroe owned in New York in the mid 1950s.

6. Hugo: A basset hound who lived with MM and Arthur Miller at their East 57th Street apartment in New York. Once, Norman Rosten and Marilyn spoon-fed straight scotch to Hugo to cheer him up. When Marilyn and Arthur split up, Arthur retained possession of Hugo.

7. Butch was a parakeet owned by the Millers. Butch also resided at the East 57th Street apartment.

8. Ebony: A riding horse that the Millers purchased from Frank and Nan Taylor for their Connecticut farm. MM rode Ebony only a few times.

9. Maf: Maf was a little white French poodle who was given to MM in New York by Frank Sinatra. Sinatra had purchased the dog from Natalie Wood’s mother. As has been widely reported, Marilyn named the dog “Maf” because of Frank Sinatra’s alleged mafia connections. lnterestingly, to spite Arthur Miller, Marilyn used to let Maf sleep on an expensive white beaver coat that Miller had presented her. When Marilyn returned to live in Hollywood, she had Maf flown back to be with her. Following her death, Maf was inherited by Frank Sinatra’s secretary, Gloria Lovell.

To see pictures of Marilyn with her pets and other animals visit Absolute Marilyn Monroe Guide by and then on Animals in her site’s menu.

Marilyn’s salary was probably the worst in Hollywood history. Here are the numbers, you do the math.
First contract with Fox, 1945, per week
Fox contract renewal, 1947, 0 per week
Columbia contract, 1948, 5 per week
Tom Kelley / Nude calendar, 1949,
Promoting “Love Happy,” 1949, 0 per week
For “The Asphalt Jungle, ” 1950, 0 per week. 50 total
Second Fox contract, 1951, 0 per week with semiannual increase up to 00
For “Clash by Night,” 1952, 0 per week
For “We’re Not Married, ” 1952, 0 per week
For “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes,” 1953, 50 per week
For “River of No Return, There’s No Business Like Show Business, and The Seven Year Itch,” 1954 – 1955, 00 per week
Nex Fox contract, 1956, 0,000 fee plus 0 per week expenses
For “Some Like It Hot,” 1959, 0,000 fee plus 10% of the profits
For “The Misfits,” 1961, 0,000 fee plus 10% of the profits
For “Something’s Got To Give,” 1962, 0,000 fee if she had finished it

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Did Marilyn have abortions?
According to Norman Mailer, in his book, “Marilyn,” he says that Milton Greene told him that Marilyn had some abortions. Mailer claims she had at least 12 abortions by the time she was 29!
Also, Amy Greene and Henry Rosenfeld both said that Marilyn had told them that she had abortions.
There is no proof of it through medical records and stuff like that though, because abortions were illegal and so no records would have been kept.
However, to have that many “back-alley” abortions would have surely messed Marilyn up gynecologically, but her autopsy report doesn’t report any abnormalities of this nature.

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