1954 Marilyn Monroe Visits American Troops in Korea Tin Wall Sign - Black and White
SKU: 40037 | Manufacturer ID: 40037
Bring a touch of nostalgia into your home or office with this 1954 Marilyn Monroe Visits American Troops in Korea Tin Wall Sign. In February 1954, actress Marilyn Monroe traveled to Korea to entertain the troops. Right before she flew into Korea, Monroe was in Japan on her honeymoon with Joe DiMaggio. She flew alone to Korea as DiMaggio was still attending to business in Japan. In the four days Monroe spent with the troops she performed ten shows. She later said that performing in Korea helped her get over her fear of live performances as she entertained audiences that totaled more than 100,000 troops. Designed for collectors and fans of all things vintage and timeless, this tin sign is sure to please with it's classic eye appeal. You can take advantage of this great design in your kitchen, man cave, or any other place in your home or office.
|Item Weight||0.86 lbs|
|Item Package Dimensions |
(L x W x H)
|16.88" x 12.13" x 0.25"|
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