(KREM) – An Idaho home that served as one of the main film locations in a movie starring the iconic Marilyn Monroe has been listed for sale at nearly $16 million, according to TopTenRealEstateDeals.com.
Marilyn Monroe was one of Hollywood's biggest stars and is still seen as a beauty icon decades after her death in 1962. Her films earned more than $200 million, equivalent to nearly $2 billion by today's market. She also earned the Golden Globe for Best Actress for her performance in the 1959 classic 'Some Like it Hot.'
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Monroe starred in the 1956 film 'Bus Stop', directed by Pulitzer Prize winner Joshua Logan. This was her first time acting in a dramatic role and stepping outside of her comedic roles.