what the hell is that price difference??????????? $50!!!!!!
MMMBop - Hanson
Marilyn Monroe photographed by Ed Feingersh, NYC, 1955
Elizabeth Taylor photographed by Victor Twyman, 1950’s.
Joan Crawford on the set of The Women, 1939
Written by Bush when she was 18, the song is based on the novel of the same name. Kate Bush was inspired to write the song by the last ten minutes of the 1970 film version of Wuthering Heights. She then read the book and discovered that she shared her birthday (30 July) with Emily Brontë. Bush reportedly wrote the song, for her album The Kick Inside, within the space of just a few hours late at night.
“Heathcliff, it’s me, your Cathy, I’ve come home
I’m so cold, let me in your window”
Marilyn Monroe and Montgomery Clift during the making of The Misfits, 1960. Photographed By Eve Arnold.
Monty and Marilyn [Monroe] were psychic twins. They were on the same wavelength. They recognized disaster in each others faces and giggled about it. ~ Frank Taylor