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She would have been 75 today if she were alive. Marilyn Monroe, one of the most tragic and sensational cinema icons of the 20th century, died in 1962, two months after celebrating her 36th birthday.
Photo exhibitions have been held periodically to shed light on the legendary actress, but "Marilyn Monroe," currently on show at Isetan Museum of Art in Shinjuku, Tokyo, is the first such retrospective event in Japan since Joe DiMaggio died in March 1999. DiMaggio's lawyer and confidant, Morris Engelberg, told Vanity Fair that Yankee outfielder's last words were "I'll finally get to see Marilyn."
A group of photos chronicling the couple's nine-month marriage are …