Photos from Marilyn Monroe's many weddings may be emblazoned in your mind, but you probably haven't seen video of any of the events. A guest at her 1956 wedding to playwright Arthur Miller shot the backyard nuptials on a 16 mm camera, and now what he captured is finally available for all to see.
Fashion photographer Milton H. Green's behind-the-scenes work from the set of movies like The Prince and the Showgirl and Bus Stop are on display for the first time, along with clips from the Monroe-Miller wedding, in Los Angeles at an exhibit called Some Like It Hot. The TODAY Show shared some of that footage in the video below, which features a guest's eye view of the famous celebration. Take a look:
Check out more rare images of the blonde bombshell below.