The Sunday Review magazine - 14 May 2006 - Marilyn Monroe cover Good unread condition - there is a one-inch tear extending from the spine into the front cover (through the letter "U" of "Sunday" on the left side of the cover) - further tear from spine into front cover further down the magazine front cover
DOM JOLY - "My dog will never look me in the eye again"
Approx. three-quarter page feature about Dom & his dog (plus small photo)
RICHARD HAMMOND - "A few of my favourite things"
Small column feature & very very tiny photo
(approx. 21 x 8 cm article)
MARILYN MONROE - "An icon at 80"
Marilyn Monroe would have turned 80 on 1 June this year.
It's an anniversary that raises intriguing questions: if she was still alive, what would she look like? Would her iconic status also have survived? And how would she feel about the vultures still squabbling over her legacy?
Here, the renowned film writer David Thomson dares to speculate
5 page feature & great photos
RICK MORANIS - For the first time, he tells the true tragic story behind his demise - and unlikely comeback