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While Miller won her admiration, Marilyn Monroe and her friends earned the wrath of red-baiters because the issues they championed were deemed to be Un-American. In 1951, Marilyn Monroe accompanied Kazan and Miller to the office of Harry Cohn, who was considering Arthur Miller's screenplay, The Hook for Columbia Studios. The script was turned over to Roy Brewer, head of Hollywood's stagehands union, and Brewer asked the Federal Bureau of Investigation to read The Hook "which was immediately labelled inflamatory and dangerously anti-American (perhaps even treasonous) at a time when the Korean War required problem-free shipping of men and arms to Asia." Out of principal, Arthur Miller rejected the demand to re-write the script to make Communists the villains and anticommunism the dominant theme, he withdrew the screenplay rather than to submit to absurd demands, and he won the admiration of Marilyn Monroe in the process -prompting the maddening irony that Marilyn Monroe fell in love with Arthur Miller because J. Edgar Hoover's FBI targeted the playwright. This strange and bizarre intersection between personal lives and politics has been overshadowed by the ignorance and the deception that surrounds gossip and propaganda.
When Monroe divorced Arthur Miller, she was physically and mentally exhausted over a series of personal and professional setbacks that included feeling guilty over the sudden death of Clark Gable, and on February 4, 1961, she was admitted by her psychiatrist, Dr. Marianne Kris, into Manhattan's Payne-Whitney Clinic and placed in the ward for the most seriously disturbed. Joe DiMaggio's biographer described the experience in the following terms:
On February 6, 1961, her psychiatrist, Dr. Marianne Kris drove over to the Cornwell university's medical centre on New York's east side where Marilyn checked herself in for a rest. Immediately she was taken to the Payne Whitney Psychiatric division, where she was locked into a cell on a ward for truly psychotic patients, her screams of protest, her demands to be released were ignored or taken as evidence of her sickness. When she broke the payne of glass in her locked bathroom door, she was threatened with restraint and watched day and night. For Marilyn this was the worst fear of her life come true, she was locked away like her mother, a prisoner in a loonie bin. After three days, when she was finally permitted one call, she phoned to Florida. she called Joe DiMaggio. He was there the next day, at the Payne Whitney reception desk, six feet, one-and-a-half inches tall, wide at the shoulders, glowering darkly, and in no mood for talk. "I want my wife" DiMaggio said. No one pointed out to him that he and Marilyn Monroe had not been married for the last 6 years. Instead they tried to tell him that they had no authority to release Miss Monroe, to him or to anyone else."I want my wife" Joe DiMaggio said, with menacing precision. His large hands gripped the reception desk. "And if you do not release her to me, I will take this place apart, piece of wood by piece of wood." Suddenly, the Payne Whitney staff discovered that Miss Monroe was free to go. Joe had his wife transferred to another hospital, Columbia Presbyterian, where she could have a real rest, in a normal, private room which he would visit daily, and which he would fill with roses.
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Marilyn Monroe was forced to endure six days of hell before Joe DiMaggio got her out.
Why was Marilyn placed behind bars, where she predictably broke down weeping and sobbing, shouting to be released and banging on the steel door until her fists were raw and bleeding? Why was Marilyn Monroe forced to claw and to scream in agony until Joe DiMaggio rescued her? What would have happened to Marilyn Monroe if Joe DiMaggio had not rescued the woman who was labelled psychotic? Admitted under the alias "Miss Faye Miller" Marilyn Monroe was placed behind bars at the Payne-Whitney Psychiatric Clinic and was destined to perish, as her mother had before her, and nobody would have questioned her death because that's what happens in institutions for the hopelessly insane. When Marilyn Monroe yelled and screamed, she was not rescued, she was ignored, because the staff determined that she was indeed a psychotic case, just as her physician had attested.
Dr. Marianne Kris clearly understood the fact that the Payne Whitney incident with Marilyn Monroe was a serious error on her part as a psychoanalyst, and that very same terror that was imposed was revisited when her replacement, Dr. Greenson produced the "house arrest" version of the hell at Payne-Whitney. During her four years with Arthur Miller, Marilyn was continuously seeing Dr. Kris, and Hoover's FBI obviously followed her to the door of the Doctor's office, every single time, no doubt, tweaking the impression that "Communists" like Marilyn Monroe were mentally unstable. Clearly, the decision to lock Marilyn up for her own safety existed in the minds of tyrants like J. Edgar Hoover, a caring and competent psychoanalist like Dr. Marianne Kris was merely a cog in the wheel of manipulation, she did not invent the obsession to destroy Marilyn Monroe.
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