It may be the most explosive film Marilyn Monroe ever made - a minute home movie that purportedly shows the actor performing oral sex on a man rumoured to be John F Kennedy. But it also looks set to be a film the world will never see. The New York businessman who owns the footage insists that it is not for public view. The sale was brokered by memorabilia collector Keya Morgan, who claims to have obtained the film from the son of a dead FBI informant. Sources suggest that the footage played a dark, behind-the-scenes role in the political machinations of earlys America.
Marilyn Monroe sex film to stay private (+video)
$m for Monroe sex film the world will never see | Film | The Guardian
Update : Reuters reports that the Marilyn Monroe sex tape is to remain private:. Memorabilia collector Keya Morgan said he recently arranged the sale of the silent, black-and-white film from the son of a dead FBI informant who possessed it to a wealthy Manhattan businessman who wants to protect Monroe's privacy. The footage appears to have been shot in the s. Edgar Hoover had his agents spend two weeks futilely trying to prove that Monroe's sex partner was either John F. Kennedy or Robert F.
Marilyn Monroe secret sex tape sold for $1.5m
A Spanish collector is planning to auction off a pornographic film that he says stars film legend Marilyn Monroe back when she was known as Norma Jean Baker and had not yet transformed herself into a Hollywood beauty. The footage in question is a newly discovered 8mm version of a 16mm film that surfaced in the '90s. Barsa is planning to auction the film on August 7 at a memorabilia collectors' fair he is organizing in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Many Monroe fans, including prominent memorabilia collectors, have pointed out what they say are significant differences in appearance between Monroe and the woman in the film, whom they say is clearly not the Some Like It Hot star.
The 15 minute, 16mm film was reportedly shot in the s and is said to show the blonde sex symbol engaged in oral sex with a unidentified man. The footage was bought by a New York businessman who plans to keep it locked up, Keya Morgan, the memorabilia collector who discovered the film and brokered its sale, told the newspaper. The original film is reportedly still classified and held by the FBI.