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Marilyn Monroe’s wedding: Never-before-seen video released

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Take a look at never-before-seen video released exclusively as part of the newly-opened exhibit at the Morrison Hotel Gallery in L.A. that features fashion photographer Milton H. Greene’s work. Greene took behind-the-scenes footage from the sidelines of movie shoots such as "The Prince and the Showgirl" and "Bus Stop" as well as video of Monroe's wedding to Arthur Miller! The video is part of the exhibition in Los Angeles called "Some Like It Hot" that's open to the public until July 24. (Run time: 0:30)