By Tony Jerris
Those have been the phrases 12-year-old Jane Lawrence remembered whilst she used to be requested to move up the up-and-coming blonde starlet’s fan membership at twentieth Century Fox below the supervision of studio head Darryl Zanuck. Jane used to be no stranger to motion picture units or motion picture stars, being that her father, Sidney Lipsitch, headed RKO’s criminal division. She spent a lot of her Saturday afternoons at her domestic with the likes of Robert Mitchum, Lucille Ball, and Ethel Merman, yet assisting release the occupation of 1 of the world’s such a lot mythical intercourse symbols was once a job past Jane’s wildest dreams.
Nearly 4 a long time later, writer Tony Jerris was once brought to Jane via a mutual pal and realized how Jane’s operating dating with the actress constructed right into a exact friendship that lasted correct up until eventually Marilyn’s premature demise on August fifth, 1962. instructed in Jane’s voice, it is a tale of an aged girl reflecting upon on her fondest thoughts of the blue-eyed reveal goddess and the way she turned a confidante of types, who Marilyn used to name “My little secret.”
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Marilyn Monroe: My Little Secret by Tony Jerris