30 novembre 2012

Bannière Décembre 2012

Le retour du froid -et même de la neige dans certains régions- est un prétexte pour la nouvelle bannière de ce mois de décembre 2012, dont le thème est "Norma Jeane dans la neige", photographiée par André De Dienes. Avec aussi un changement de l'image de fond, où vous pouvez découvrir une image animée d'un paysage de Noël.

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Profiles in History 15/12/2012: documents et objets

Profiles in History: Documents et Photos inédites aux enchères
profilesinhistory_catalogue_coverPartie 1/ Vente aux enchères organisée par Profiles in History. Le site de vente aux enchères ArtFact propose de nombreux lots aux enchères concernant Marilyn Monroe. On y retrouve des objets divers à l'effigie de la star (puzzle, tableaux...), des documents écrits (lettres, chèques, autographes signés par Marilyn), et des photographies, dont certaines totalement inédites; les lots sont présentés sur le site jusqu'au 29 novembre 2012 et la vente s'effectuera les 15 et 16 décembre 2012. Voici les lots sur les documents papiers et les divers objets:

> Documents écrits <

> Autographe (lot 119) 
"To Kirk, Best Luck Always, Marilyn Monroe
Le photographe Kirk Crivello a obtenu cette photo signée en rencontrant Marilyn au Mocambo nighclub de Hollywood en 1951.
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> Autographe (lot 417) 
"To Teddy, From all I hear you sound - nice! Marilyn Monroe"
lot417_H3257_L40281864  

> Lettre 2 pages de Marilyn à Norman Rosten (lot 189)
non datée (circa 1954-55)
 lot189_H3257_L40185531  mm_letter_to_rosten-waldorf2 

Marilyn Monroe écrit à son ami proche à propos de sa dépressione et son désir d'avoir un enfant (et seulement un garçon plutôt qu'une fille, tel un désir "freudien"):
Dear Norman, It feels a little funny to be writing the name Norman since my own name is Norma and it feels like I’m writing my own name almost, However--
First, thanks for letting Sam and me visit you and Hedda last Saturday.  It was nice.  I enjoyed meeting your wife - she seemed so warm to me. Thanks the most for your book of poetry--with which I spent all Sunday morning in bed with. It touched me - I use to think if I had ever had a child I would have wanted only a son, but after reading  - Songs for Patricia - I know I would have loved a little girl just as much but maybe the former feeling was only Freudian for something...anyway Frued [sic]
I use to write poetry sometimes but usually I was very depressed at those times and the few (about two) people said that it depressed them, in fact one cried but it was an old friend I’d known for years.  So anyway thanks. And my best to Hedda & Patricia and you--  Marilyn M.”

> Lettre 3 pages de DiMaggio à Marilyn (lot 292)
du 15 juillet 1952
lot292_H3257_L40183716 lot292_H3257_L40183717 

Dear Marilyn, I just got through talking with you--and I don’t know what else to say than I have already said. However, it bothers me (call it guilt or what have you) to think about what happened the day I left for New York. I definately [sic] am punishing myself. I have always felt that I’ve been able to ‘take’ it, but in this particular instance, I find myself rather cold. It annoys me no end to think that I have ‘bit’ your feelings: you of all people, would be the last one I’d hurt! It has never been my nature to do that to anyone, and I’m certainly not going to start now. I’d rather take an ‘airship’--bow out gracefully is what I mean--rather than give you any misieres [sic; i.e., plural of misery], and please don’t get the idea I am saying these things because I want things to change -on the contrary, I have among other things great respect for you. For the time that I know you--you have done nothing but good--for me and some of your acquaintances--you have done nothing but take the worse of things when other people are involved in rough spots, and in our mild mannered way, people have taken advantage of you. I know all these things about you, and a lot more. I guess I could also mention how much you try, in everything that you do. Especially when you were here and went shopping just to please me. So you see Marilyn, I appreciate you as a real, solid, human soul, with tremendous inner feelings.
What you have already read has been put mildly and very brief.
I am handing you the ‘deck’ of cards now--you schuffle [sic] them and deal; all I ask is you forgive me. Love Joe.

> Chèque de $138.25 à City Collector (lot 75)
du 14 octobre 1959
lot75_H3331_L39990712  

> Chèque de $14.25 à Colonial Trust Company (lot 76)
du 28 octobre 1960
lot76_H3331_L39990711 

> Autographe Dimaggio & Marilyn (lot 1240)
de 1954
"Best wishes, Joe DiMaggio" / "Love & Kisses, Marilyn Monroe
lot1240_H4129_L40420483 

> Photos d'école signée par Norma Jeane (lot 1241)
de 1941 Ralph Waldo Emerson Junior High School
"To a swell, nice & perfect girl[?], Norma Jeane Baker."
lot1241_H4129_L40420471 lot1241_H4129_L40420473 
lot1241_H4129_L40420475

> Script 'The Misfits' de Clark Gable (lot 329)
Gable a donné son scrpt à Arthur Rosson le dernier jour de tournage
lot329_H3257_L40281685
 lot329_H3257_L40281686


> Objets divers <

> Caméra 'Mitchell BNC #206' pour The Misfits (lot 418) 
(Seven Arts Prod., 1961)
This Mitchell BNC #206 was used as the principal first unit camera on Marilyn Monroe's final completed film The Misfits.

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lot418_H3257_L40281872
lot418_H3257_L40281873lot418_H3257_L40281874

Bus Stop caps 16

Arrêt d'Autobus
Captures
 
16ème partie des captures du film 

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Timbres Republique de Guinee, 2012

Série 1

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Série 2

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Série 3

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art - par Bill Mack

 Peinture de Bill Mack en 1978

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Photos de There's no business 4

 La joyeuse parade
   Photos scène 4

Chanson "Heat Wave": Vicky Parker (Marilyn Monroe) s'adonne à une chorégraphie endiablée. 

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> photographies de Robert Vose
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Molly Donahue (Ethel Merman), Terence Donahue (Dan Dailey), Katy Donahue (Mitzi Gaynor), Tim Donahue (Donald O'Connor) et Vicky Parker (Marilyn Monroe).  

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Sur le tournage de There's no business 4

 La joyeuse parade
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 > Chanson "Heat Wave"  

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 > Marilyn et Sidney Skolsky (première photo)
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> Marilyn et Jane Lawrence; âgée alors de 16 ans,
fondatrice du premier fan club de Marilyn, géré par la Fox
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> Marilyn avec Emmeline Snively 
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> captures du documentaire de 1997:
"Hidden Hollywood - Treasures from the 20th Century Fox Vaults"
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Gif There's No Business (1) - tournage

Sur le tournage de La Joyeuse Parade

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29 novembre 2012

Profiles in History 15/12/2012: photos

Profiles in History: Documents et Photos inédites aux enchères
profilesinhistory_catalogue_coverPartie 2/
Vente aux enchères organisée par Profiles in History.
Le site de vente aux enchères ArtFact propose de nombreux lots aux enchères concernant Marilyn Monroe. On y retrouve des obejts divers à l'effigie de la star (puzzle, tableaux...), des documents écrits (lettres, chèques, autographes signés par Marilyn), et surtout, des photographies, dont certaines totalement inédites; les lots sont présentés sur le site jusqu'au 29 novembre 2012 et la vente s'effectuera les 15 et 16 décembre 2012. Sur le site, faîtes une simple recherche "marilyn monroe" pour découvrir ces merveilleux lots que je vous propose ci-dessous:

> Photographies < 

> Photo "Distortion" de Weegee (lot 236)
lot236_H0132_L40260368 

> par Sam Shaw (lot 237):
lot237_H0132_L40260369 

> par Andre De Dienes (lots 238, 132, 133):
lot238_H0132_L40260370 lot132_H3257_L40281252 lot132_H3257_L40281253
lot133_H3257_L40281248 lot133_H3257_L40281250 

> par Allan Grant (lot 292):
lot292_H0132_L40260427

> par Bert Stern (lots 348, 349, 874, 878):
lot348_H0132_L40260502 lot349_H0132_L40260503
lot349_H0132_L40260504 lot874_H2610_L40210156 lot878_H2610_L40210147 

> par George S. Zimbel (lot 1235):
lot1235_H0587_L40221578 

> par Jean Howard (lots 112, 136, 137, 138, 139, 140):
lot112_H3257_L40282206 lot136_H3257_L40281265 lot137_H3257_L40281264 
lot138_H3257_L40281277 lot139_H3257_L40281276 lot140_H3257_L40281212

> par John Florea (lot 144, 147, 148, 150, 151, 152, 153,
154, 155, 156, 157, 158, 159, 160, 161, 162, 163, 164, 165):
lot144_H3257_L40281187 lot144_H3257_L40281188 lot144_H3257_L40281191 
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lot145_H3257_L40281197 lot145_H3257_L40281198 lot153_H3257_L40282318
lot145_H3257_L40281199 lot145_H3257_L40281201 lot152_H3257_L40282320 
lot149_H3257_L40281246 lot148_H3257_L40281237 lot144_H3257_L40281196
lot147_H3257_L40281181 lot148_H3257_L40281236
 lot150_H3257_L40282311 lot150_H3257_L40282312
lot150_H3257_L40282313 lot150_H3257_L40282314
lot151_H3257_L40282307 lot151_H3257_L40282308
lot151_H3257_L40282309 lot151_H3257_L40282310
lot152_H3257_L40282322 lot152_H3257_L40282323 lot153_H3257_L40282316 
lot152_H3257_L40282319 lot153_H3257_L40282317 lot154_H3257_L40282331 
lot154_H3257_L40282328 lot156_H3257_L40282338
lot154_H3257_L40282329 lot154_H3257_L40282330
lot155_H3257_L40282325 lot155_H3257_L40282326 lot155_H3257_L40282327
lot156_H3257_L40282337 lot156_H3257_L40282339 
lot157_H3257_L40282332 lot157_H3257_L40282333 lot157_H3257_L40282334 
lot157_H3257_L40282335 lot158_H3257_L40282349 lot158_H3257_L40282351
lot157_H3257_L40282336 lot159_H3257_L40282340 
lot159_H3257_L40282341 lot159_H3257_L40282342 lot159_H3257_L40282343
lot158_H3257_L40282346 lot158_H3257_L40282347 lot158_H3257_L40282345

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lot162_H3257_L40282038 lot162_H3257_L40282039 
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lot163_H3257_L40282043 lot163_H3257_L40282044 lot163_H3257_L40282045
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lot165_H3257_L40282017 lot165_H3257_L40282019

> par Ed Cronenweth (lot 149):
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> Diverses photos (lot 147, 412, 413, 414, 877):
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lot412_H3257_L40281868 lot413_H3257_L40281869 lot413_H3257_L40281870 
lot414_H3257_L40281858 lot414_H3257_L40281859 lot414_H3257_L40281860
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> Divers films (lots 45, 134, 135, 141, 148, 416):
lot45_H3331_L39991046 lot134_H3257_L40281272 lot134_H3257_L40281273 
lot134_H3257_L40281274 lot134_H3257_L40281275 lot416_H3257_L40281863

lot135_H3257_L40281267 lot135_H3257_L40281268 lot135_H3257_L40281269

lot135_H3257_L40281270 lot141_H3257_L40281213 lot141_H3257_L40281214
lot141_H3257_L40281215 lot141_H3257_L40281216 lot141_H3257_L40281217 
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lot141_H3257_L40281232 lot141_H3257_L40281233 lot141_H3257_L40281235
lot148_H3257_L40281239 lot148_H3257_L40281240 lot148_H3257_L40281244 
lot148_H3257_L40281241 lot148_H3257_L40281242 lot148_H3257_L40281243

Des photos inédites révèlent que Marilyn rencontra des soldats turcs

Unpublished photo reveals Monroe's visit to Turkish soldiers
publié le 9 décembre 2011
en ligne sur hurriyetdailynews.com

1954_02_korea_visiting_turkish_soldiers_01Marilyn Monroe visited Turkish soldiers fighting in the Korean War, recently revealed photos show.

The legendary beauty icon is seen amongst the soldiers in a set of photos taken in the early 1950s during the Korean War, for which Turkey had sent troops.

Monroe is pictured amongst the army men, wearing a Turkish uniform and a dark pair of sunglasses.

The photos were revealed by a Turkish businessman, Muhammet Yüksel, who claims that the photos had never been published before.

1954_02_korea_visiting_turkish_soldiers_02Yüksel further said that the photos were taken during Monroe’s honeymoon trip to Japan when she married baseball superstar Joe DiMaggio. During the trip, she had included a series of visits to the army posts in Korea, aiming to boost soldiers’ morale.

Turkey sent troops to Korea at the request of the United Nations, out of which 721 soldiers were killed during the war.


Je suis plutôt sceptique sur les deux photographies communiquées: sur la première photo de groupe, où on aperçoit une jeune femme blonde portant des lunettes de soleil, j'ai du mal à reconnaître Marilyn (surtout que durant tout son séjour en Corée, Marilyn n'a jamais porté de lunettes de soleil, comme on peut le voir sur les quelques 600 photographies prises et que vous pouvez retrouver dans l'album photos "Marilyn en Corée"); sur la deuxième photographie, on aperçoit une jeune femme blonde vue de profil: là encore, je ne reconnais pas Marilyn. Alors est-ce vraiment elle ?

En poursuivant mes recherches sur le web, pour en savoir plus notamment sur la base militaire où était postée ces soldats turcs, j'ai trouvé deux autres photographies, pour le coup incontestable; il s'agit bien de Marilyn, mais est-ce vraiment des soldats turcs à ses côtés ?
Photo 1 noir et blanc sur ejpix.com
Photo 2 couleur sur militaryphotos.net  

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