London: Actress Marilyn Monroe's script from her last and unfinished film "Something's Got To Give" is up for an auction, with a minimum bid set for USD 20,000.
The 149-page screenplay is slightly damaged from use by the actress, who died in 1962 at the age of 36, reported Huffington Post.
The star had written notes with pencil and green pen on 42 pages, with comments ranging from dialogue directions to points about her character.
According to the reports, Monroe had not made a movie for 18 months when she started filming the 20th Century Fox production.
But after she was repeatedly late and didn't show up on set for days at a time, the studio fired her. Two months later, Monroe worked out a deal with Fox to resume shooting, but a week later, the star was found dead from an apparent drug overdose.