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A Picture of Marilyn Monroe in Canada After Spraining Her Ankle Filming ‘River of No Return’

Take a look at this picture of Marilyn Monroe in Canada after spraining her ankle while filming the movie "River of No Return". We have a bunch of great photos of Marilyn, so make sure to check those out!
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How can you not click on a headline like that? This photo shows the starlet on crutches after an accident in Banff, Canada where she sprained her ankle while filming River of No Return. We have a bunch of great photos of Marilyn, so make sure to check those out.

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.


Source: Shorpy Here’s the movie trailer that we dug up on YouTube.

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