In 1944, Norma Jean worked in a Radioplane factory assisting the war efforts, where she met a photographer looking for motivating and moral-boosting shots. By 1953 she was one of the world’s biggest stars – Marilyn Monroe.
The stark contrast between her troubled personal life and glamorous public life has always been a subject of intrigue and speculation, but we wanted to remember her as a person, a human being, which was often forgot.
The pack consists of 2 miniatures, cast in high quality pewter, sculpted by Alan Marsh. 28mm scale and fit great with all popular WW2 and pulp ranges. Supplied unpainted. Shown painted by John Morris.
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