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An iconic red dress worn by screen siren Marilyn Monroe at the height of her career has emerged for sale with a staggering 360,000 pounds price tag.
The Hollywood legend wore the sexy saloon gown as she performed a sultry number as bar singer Kay Weston in the 1954 film River of No Return.
She sizzled with sex appeal as she sang One Silver Dollar to drinkers in the bar in one of the opening scenes of the film, set in the goldrush era.
American actress Debbie Reynolds, a contemporary of Monroe's, bought the dress at a sell-off of costumes by film studio 20th Century Fox in 1971.
Miss Reynolds sold it in 2000 to a private collector and it has been in their hands ever since.
Experts have tipped it to fetch 600,000 dollars - around 360,000 pounds - when it goes under the hammer at Bonhams auction house.