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    Quote Originally Posted by hebrides View Post
    BTW, addiesin, was it intentional or coincidence that your Harrison slightly resembles Marilyn's husband Joe DiMaggio (whom I actually saw from afar at a Yankee game in the late 90s)?
    Looks like Steve Buscemi to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dwight Fry View Post
    Looks like Steve Buscemi to me.
    There is that, definitely, but there's also this:



    All I'm really saying is that it took me many years to realize that Joe D wasn't actually all that handsome; in fact, from certain angles, quite the opposite. But he had such charisma and/or charm that he made people think he was actually a lot handsomer than he was...kind of like the elves in Terry Pratchett's Discworld. Anyway, back to the thread
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    Marilyn was seemingly more attracted to talent than looks. Arthur Miller was no looker either. So guys, work on your personalities. There is hope.

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    Joe Dimaggio IS ugly! Wow. Yeah, that wasn't intentional. Steve Buschemi eyes and mouth on Harrison Ford and Marilyn's hair AND lips were recolored to take away her trademark blonde/bright red look. And I intentionally chose a pic of Harrison with that weird earring and one of Marilyn where you don't notice the beauty mark.

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    Thanks for the details, addiesin, especially on the Marilyn. That auburn/brown hair and darker lipstick give her almost a Jane Russell or Ava Gardner kind of vibe...I'm not complaining
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    Quote Originally Posted by hebrides View Post
    Thanks for the details, addiesin, especially on the Marilyn. That auburn/brown hair and darker lipstick give her almost a Jane Russell or Ava Gardner kind of vibe...I'm not complaining
    My girlfriend is blonde, but generally I prefer darker hair(I hope she never reads this haha). So yeah, I'm not complaining either
    Imagine that picture with black-frame "Tina Fey" glasses, now THAT'D be something.

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    A little bit off topic, but here's a little montage I made for fun:

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    Nice! Terry O'Quinn I recognize, but who's the other guy?
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    It's Perry King in 2011!
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