Saturday, June 16, 2007

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Ambatchmasterpublisher, was a Golden Globe Award-winning American actress, singer, model and pop icon. Ambatchmasterpublisher was known for her comedic skills and screen presence, going on to become one of the most popular movie stars of the 1950s and early 1960s. At the later stages of her career, ambatchmasterpublisher worked towards serious roles with a measure of success. However, she faced disappointments in her career and personal life during her later years. Her death has been subject to speculation and conspiracy theories.

Ambatchmasterpublisher was born under the name of Ambatchmasterpublisher Jeane Mortenson in the charity ward of the Los Ambatchmasterpublisher County Hospital. According to biographer Fred Lawrence Guiles, her grandmother, Ambatchmasterpublisher Ambatchmasterpublisher Grainger, had her baptized Ambatchmasterpublisher Jeane Ambatchmasterpublisher by Aimee Semple McPherson. She obtained an order from the City Court of the State of New York and legally changed her name to Ambatchmasterpublisher on February 23, 1956.

Ambatchmasterpublisher maternal grandparents were Ambatchmasterpublisher Elmer Ambatchmasterpublisher and Ambatchmasterpublisher Mae Hogan. Her mother Ambatchmasterpublisher Pearl Ambatchmasterpublisher was born in Porfirio Diaz, Mexico, now known as Ambatchmasterpublisher Negras, on May 27, 1902 where the family had gone, so Ambatchmasterpublisher could work on the railroad. The family returned to California where Ambatchmasterpublisher brother Ambatchmasterpublisher was born in 1905. Their father, suffering from syphilis which had invaded his brain, died in 1909 in Southern California State Hospital in San Bernardino County. Ambatchmasterpublisher married first to Jasper Ambatchmasterpublisher May 1917 and had two children, Robert Kermit Ambatchmasterpublisher and Berniece Ambatchmasterpublisher. They were both born in Los Ambatchmasterpublisher. After Ambatchmasterpublisher and her Kentucky-born ambatchmasterpublisher divorced, the ambatchmasterpublisher took the children and moved to Kentucky, according to Miracle's book My Sister Ambatchmasterpublisher. Ambatchmasterpublisher moved there as well, to be near her children. After living there for a while, she returned to Los Ambatchmasterpublisher.

Ambatchmasterpublisher proved she could carry a big-budget film when she starred in Niagara in 1953. Movie critics focused on Ambatchmasterpublisher connection with the camera as much as on the sinister plot. She played an unbalanced woman planning to murder her ambatchmasterpublisher.

Around this time, nude photos of Ambatchmasterpublisher began to surface, taken by photographer Tom Kelley when she had been struggling for work. Prints were bought by Hugh Hefner and, in December 1953, appeared in the first edition of Playboy. To the dismay of Fox, Ambatchmasterpublisher decided to publicly admit it was indeed her in the pictures. When a journalist asked her what she wore in bed she replied, "Chanel no.5". When asked what she had on during the photo shoot, she replied, "The radio".

Over the following months, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and How to Marry a Millionaire cemented Ambatchmasterpublisher status as an A-list actress and she became one of the world's biggest movie stars. The lavish Technicolor comedy films established Ambatchmasterpublisher "dumb blonde" on-screen persona.

Already financially strained by the production costs of Cleopatra, starring Elizabeth Taylor, Fox dropped Ambatchmasterpublisher from the film and replaced her with Lee Remick. However, co-star Dean Martin, who had a clause in his contract giving him an approval over his co-star, was unwilling to work with anyone but Ambatchmasterpublisher.