Lost Images of Hollywood Icons Revealed

Rare off-screen moments captured of Marilyn Monroe, Barbara Streisand.
1:20 | 07/14/13

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the images dusted off. Barbara streisand, cary grant with the top down. As you'll see it was marlyn monroe who captured the heart of this photographer. It's hard to believe the images of marlyn monroe left to be uncovered. Tonight, never before published snapshots, 3,700 of them, all captured by photographer, milton green, who met marilyn while an a shoot for "look" magazine. He sent her the proofs, she sent BACK TWO DOZEN ROSEs. This one holding a russian guitar. This image called nightgown in mink stoll. This shot taken during monroe's one-year exile. She tried to break free from a big hollywood movie studio. There was an entire series called red sweater. No explanation needed. This one in 1957 milton green called it graduation because she told him she never had a proper graduation sitting. This was the closest to it. Not graduating from high school haunted monroe for life. IN THE 1960s, HIS LENS TRAINED On other stars, barbara streisand. September, 1958, this was just weeks before the release of her first movie, "funny girl." Right there on the lot with the top down, cary grant. But it was monroe who green was perhaps closest to. She lived with his family for a time, sat before his camera on and off for four years. Tonight, those images revealed.

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