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    Marilyn Monroe only appeared in a handful of movies in her career, most of them in small supporting roles as a pretty blonde to add a little sex appeal to an otherwise mediocre movie. The actress began to tire of the dumb-blonde showgirl roles in which she was constantly being cast, and made Hollywood history when she refused to report to work on yet another fluffy comedy. Appearances are deceiving, after all! The musical numbers in Gentlemen are many, and each one is more delightful than the next. She plays a washed-up small-town showgirl named Cherie who falls in love with a young cowboy named Beau.
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    You Know You Want To Know: 15 Teen-Movie Stars & Where They Are Now

    This is the first in a Vulture series of classic Hollywood rankings. Hollywood has been creating a mythology around blonde bombshells since its beginnings. But no blonde sex symbol has had a deeper and more long-lasting impact on film and American culture than Marilyn Monroe.
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    Missing white woman syndrome is a term used by social scientists [1] [2] [3] and media commentators to refer to extensive media coverage , especially in television , [4] of missing person cases involving young, white , upper-middle-class women or girls. The term is used to describe the Western media 's [ citation needed ] disproportionate focus on upper-middle-class white women who disappear, compared to coverage of missing non-white women, women of lower social classes and missing men or boys. PBS news anchor Gwen Ifill is said to be the originator of the phrase.
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