Marilyn Monroe’s last movie script up for auction

Late actress Marilyn Monroes annotated scripts from her last movie are to be auctioned.

She was fired from never-finished comedy “Something’s Got to Give” for being persistently disruptive on set, and she died two months later in August 1962.

Now, a script on which she wrote by hand is going under the hammer, reports

In pencil and green ink, Monroe gives herself acting prompts (in a scene in which she talks to her onscreen children, she writes “Substitute children – B & J (meaning her children Bobby and Jane) if necessary”) and in another note sniffs at Mel Brooks’s writing, “Needs some funny lines.”


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