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That August, while shooting a scene in the river, Ms. Monroe injured her ankle and retired to the Banff Springs Hotel to recuperate. Story continues below advertisement
Marilyn Monroe in Banff Springs Hotel Marilyn Monroe looking ahead, hand on raised right knee. On location for "River of No Return" at the Banff Springs Hotel in Canada, 1953.
Banff Springs Hotel is one of the highlights of travelling in Canada. The majestic 125 year-old beauty site prominently in the Banff Valley and has welcomed guests from British Royalty to Marilyn Monroe.
Marilyn Monroe once stayed at the Banff Springs Hotel! Pets are welcome at Fairmont hotels Yes, pets are welcome and unlike some luxe hotels, there’s no weight limit.
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Marilyn Monroe in 1953 at the Banff Springs Hotel in Alberta, among those other majestic peaks known as the Canadian Rockies. She sprained her ankle filming River of No Return. Photo by John Vachon for Look magazine.
Marilyn Monroe and Joe Dimaggio at the Fairmont Banff Hotel in Banff, Canada, five months before their wedding." "This is an extremely intimate photo of Marilyn Monroe and Joe DiMaggio. He was a baseball hero.
Here’s a look at some images from when Marilyn came to Alberta to film River of No Return in 1953 — 65 years ago! Marilyn Monroe poses in Banff during the filming of the movie, River of No Return.
Marilyn Monroe travelled to the Canadian Rockies in August 1953 to film and injured her ankle while shooting a scene in a river. John Vachon, a Look magazine photographer, took about 200 photos of ...