30 mars 2013

Avril 1955 Ambassador Hotel

Avril 1955Marilyn Monroe danse avec Serge Obolensky (un prince d'origine russe qui a combattu auprès de l'armée américaine lors de la seconde Guerre Mondiale), à l'Ambassador Hotel de New York.
1955, April - Marilyn Monroe dances with Serge Obolensky (a Russian prince who fought with US Army during World War II), at the Ambassador Hotel in New York.
(source: Forum ES)

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Let's make love caps 17

Le milliardaire
Captures

17ème partie des captures du film 

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28/03/1959 Première Some Like It Hot

Le 28 mars 1959 se tient la première de "Some Like It Hot" ("Certains l'aiment chaud"), au Lowe’s Capitol Theater, un cinéma de Broadway, à New York. Marilyn Monroe y participe avec son mari Arthur Miller. Toute de blanc vêtue, avec une robe à strass, elle est plus resplendissante que jamais. 
Photographies de Lee Lockwood, Paul Slade, Bob Henriques, Paul Schumach et Henri Dauman.
On March 28, 1959 is the premiere of "Some Like It Hot" at Lowe's Capitol Theater, a Broadway cinema in New York. Marilyn Monroe arrives with her husband Arthur Miller. Dressed all in white, with a rhinestone dress, she is brighter than ever.
After, Marilyn and Arthur go to 135 Central Park West for the Lee and Paula Strasberg hosted post-premiere party following the showing of the movie.
Photographs by Lee Lockwood, Paul Slade, Bob Henriques and Henri Dauman.

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> photographie de Paul Schmach
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> photographie de Manfred Kreiner
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Après la première, Marilyn et Arthur se rendent chez Lee et Paula Strasberg qui ont organisé une fête dans leur appartement au 135 Central Park West.

> Photographie de James Haspiel
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> Marilyn et Arthur arrivent chez les Strasberg
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> La robe vendue par Christies
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29 mars 2013

Le blog est passé en mode privé

Si vous avez accès au blog, c'est que je vous ai autorisé à le consulter. En effet, désormais, le blog est en mode privé. J'ai décidé de cette nouvelle disposition, qu'elle soit temporaire ou définitive -je n'ai pas encore pris de décision- pour contrer un certain utilisateur de facebook qui plagie l'intégralité du blog. Je ne peux avoir strictement aucun recours auprès de facebook (mes alertes en dénoncant sa page ne donnent rien, je n'ai aucun retour de facebook). Je pensais pouvoir piéger cette personne en publiant de fausses informations (ce que j'avais fait dernièrement en publiant deux intox) mais cela n'a pas fonctionné (il n'a, pour le coup, pas repris les infos sur sa page facebook). Et je ne veux pas continuer à poster de fausses informations pour ne pas vous prendre -vous, les lecteurs- au piège de cette mascarade. Je m'étais alors persuadée que je ne pouvais rien faire, et que je continuerai le blog, en sachant qu'il pille absolument tout. Mais lorsque je vais jeter un oeil sur sa page facebook, je me rend compte que non seulement il reposte les photographies à l'identique (dans le même ordre), mais aussi les articles (du copié collé traduit en anglais), les tags (avec les mêmes thèmes), ainsi que la présentation de ses posts agancés par ordre chronologique (par "année"; et avec les mêmes titres que sur le blog), et que surtout, il bénéficie d'une très grande reconnaissance auprès de ses lecteurs qui pensent qu'il est à l'initiative de ces recherches.
Tenir ce blog sur Marilyn est pour moi une passion; bien que cela me prenne parfois du temps pour rédiger certains articles, je ne le considère nullement comme une contrainte et me procure un grand plaisir de le partager avec le plus grand nombre d'entre vous. Mais lorsque je constate que le blog entier est pillé et publié ailleurs, intégralement et à l'identique, par une personne qui jamais ne mentionne mon blog et donc s'approprie en quelque sorte tout le travail de recherche que je fournis, je ne peux cautionner cette attitude. Les seules solutions qui s'offrent à moi sont de deux types: soit je supprime le blog (et anéantirait tout le travail fourni jusqu'alors), soit je le passe en mode privé (et par conséquent, ne peut donc plus partager avec le plus grand nombre). C'est pourquoi ma décision n'est pas encore définitive, peut être remettrai-je le blog ultérieurement en mode public.

J'avais aussi pensé, pour tous ceux et toutes celles d'entre vous, qui êtes inscrits sur facebook: si vous avez dans vos contacts de facebook des fans de MM, de leur envoyer des notifications dénonçant la page facebook de ce type et d'indiquer la provenance de ses sources, à savoir mon blog. Afin de dénoncer les agissements malveillants de ce type, faîtes-vous donc votre propre opinion en vous rendant sur sa page (allez voir ses albums photos et ses posts, vous y verrez un copié collé intégral du blog):  Facebook Marilyn Monroe Unforgettable.  
Et surtout, dénoncez sa manière de procéder auprès du plus grand nombre.


If you have access to the blog is that I've allowed you to see it. Indeed, now the blog is set to a 'private mode'. I decided this new provision, whether temporary or permanent, I have not yet made a decision, to counter a facebook user who plagiarizes the entire blog. I can have absolutely none appeal from facebook (my alerts denouncing his page do nothing, I have no facebook back). I thought I could trap this person publishing false informations (that I made recently by publishing two false things) but it did not work (he doesn't published these false informations on his facebook page) . And I do not want to continue posting false information so you do not take you, readers-the trap of this charade. I was then convinced that I couldn't do anything, and I will continue the blog, knowing that loots everything. But when I go take a look at his facebook page, I realize that not only repost photographs identical (in the same order), but also items (copy translated into English), the tags (exactly the same themes), as well as agencies for presentation of his posts in chronological order ("year", and with the same titles on the blog), and most importantly, it has a high recognition among its readers who think he is the initiative person of these researchs.
Keep this blog on Marilyn is a passion for me, although it sometimes takes me some time to write articles, I do not consider as a constraint and gives me a great pleasure to share it with as many of you. But when I see the entire blog is published elsewhere and plundered by a person who never mentions my blog and therefore somehow appropriates all the research I have provided, I can not endorse this attitude. The only options available to me are of two types: either I delete the blog (and destroy all the hard work so far), or I spend in private mode (and therefore can no longer share the many). That is why my decision is not yet final, I can defer the blog later for the public.
 

I also thought for all those of you who are registered on facebook, if you have contacts, in your facebook, with Marilyn Monroe's, send them notifications denouncing the facebook page of this guy and indicate the source of its sources, namely my blog. To denounce the actions of such malicious, do your own opinion by visiting its page: Facebook Marilyn Monroe Unforgettable.
And especially, denounce his manner of proceeding to the greatest number of people.
 

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Bannière Avril 2013

Marilyn Monroe en 1953 au Canada.
Photographie de John Vachon.

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28 mars 2013

1956 Restaurant The Ram

Marilyn Monroe au restaurant The Ram à Sun Valley, dans l'Idaho, en 1956, à l'époque où elle tournait le film 'Bus Stop'; en compagnie de son partenaire du film Arthur O'Connell.
Marilyn Monroe in a restaurant called 'The Ram' in Sun Valley, Idaho, during the filming of "Bus Stop" with actor Arthur O'Connell , who is next to her in some shots. 

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> Photographies de Bob Beerman
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03/06/1952 Look Awards Party

Marilyn Monroe à la fête organisée par les "Look Awards" au Beverly Hills Hotel le 3 juin 1952.
Marilyn porte une des robes du film Let's make it legal. 

Marilyn Monroe at the Look awards party at the Beverly Hills Hotel, on June 3, 1952.
Marilyn wears one of the dress from the movie 'Let's make it legal'.

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> Marilyn et Sidney Skolsky
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 > Marilyn et Ginger Rogers
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> Marilyn et James Brown
son partenaire dans "Fireball"

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1951 Marilyn au Beverly Carlton Hotel 2

Marilyn Monroe en 1951, au Beverly Carlton Hotel.
Photographies pour le magazine 'Photoplay', par Phil Burchman.

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Marilyn Monroe in her room at the Beverly Carlton Hotel, 1951.
Photographies for Photoplay Magazine, by Phil Burchman.


> Marilyn avec Henry Hataway (réalisateur de 'Niagara')
Marilyn with Henry hataway (director of 'Niagara')
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Catalogue Heritage Auctions March 2013

heritage_catalogue_2013_03_30_cover Vente aux enchères 'Entertainment and music memorabilia' le 30 mars 2013 par Heritage Auctions à Dallas, aux Etats-Unis.

Le catalogue (photo ci-contre) est en ligne sur le site de entertainment.ha.com
Les objets mis en vente sont en consultation libre sur entertainment.ha.com. Outre les lots de photographies rares de Marilyn Monroe, se trouvent des objets et photographies de Marlon Brando, The Beatles, Elvis Presley...

> pages du catalogue 
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Heritage Auctions 30/03/2013

lot n°46001: Marilyn Monroe Early Signed Black and White Photograph,
Circa 1946.

An original print with a matte finish, depicting a young headshot of the twenty year-old before she looked like "Marilyn," signed in blue fountain pen ink on the lower right side "To Roy, / My favorite guard. / Always / Marilyn Monroe;" "Roy" being Roy Volker, a security guard at Twentieth Century Fox Studios throughout the 1940s-1950s; the inscription on this particular photograph is noteworthy because it appears to have been signed just as MM was changing her name -- it shows the childhood writing style of Norma Jeane Baker but is signed with her adult stage name of Marilyn Monroe. (Please note the inscription, especially the part reading "Marilyn Monroe," is now faded due to age and the photograph is somewhat yellowed and spotted.) 10" x 8
PROVENANCE: This piece was consigned directly to Heritage Auctions by Roy Volker's grandson.
Estimate: $8,000 - up.
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 lot n°46002: A Marilyn Monroe Signed Black and White Snapshot, 1953.... (Total: 2 Items)
 A Marilyn Monroe Signed Black and White Snapshot, 1953. An original print with a glossy finish, depicting the star likely on the set of "Niagara," signed in blue ballpoint ink on the verso "Marilyn Monroe;" together with another black and white snapshot depicting MM and Betty Grable (at Walter Winchell's birthday party which took place at Ciro's, the famous Sunset Strip nightclub, on May 13, 1953), signed in red ballpoint ink on the verso "Betty Grable." (Please note both snapshots have evident surface scratches.)
3 ¼" x 2 ¼" 
Estimate: $600 - up.
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lot n°46003: A Marilyn Monroe Group of Likely Never-Before-Seen Black and White Photographs, 1956.
 Twenty-one total, all small as they were cut from contact sheets, all original prints with a matte finish, each depicting the star sitting in a restaurant called The Ram in Sun Valley, Idaho, during the filming of "Bus Stop" as actor Arthur O'Connell [her co-star who portrayed "Virgil Blessing"] is next to her in some shots (as are others), 13 images have a red handwritten check mark on them; from the files of Bob Beerman who took a number of photographs of MM throughout the years.
2 1/2" x 2 1/2"
Estimate: $4,000 - up.
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lot n°46004A Marilyn Monroe Group of Likely Never-Before-Seen Black and White Photographs, Circa 1951.
 Ten total, all original prints with a glossy finish, each depicting the star in a black cocktail dress as she poses with different groups of men at a party (though one image does show MM with another woman and a man), all are numbered on the lower margins; MM was evidently the main attraction at this event which is believed to be the 1951 Hollywood Foreign Correspondents Association luncheon at Mocambo, the famous Sunset Strip nightclub.
4 1/2" x 4"
Estimate: $1 000 - up.
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lot n°46005: A Marilyn Monroe Rare Headshot, Circa 1951.
 An original print with a glossy finish, depicting a stunning image of the actress wearing elaborate rhinestone earrings and a necklace, with her black top "painted on" (on the negative before it was printed, likely to cover up cleavage), verso has handwritten annotations reading "Marilyn Monroe / 1951 / silhouette," an illegible credit stamp, and a credit sticker. (Please note this photograph is just in marginal condition with many creases and indent marks.) 9" x 7 1/2"
Estimate: $500 - up.
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  lot n°46006: A Marilyn Monroe Rare Black and White Cheesecake Photograph, Circa 1949.
 An original print with a glossy finish, depicting the then starlet wearing a sweater, shorts, and high heels as she kneels on a miniature chair; verso has two FPG [Free Lance Photographers Guild, Inc.] stamps, a photographer's credit stamp reading "Rothschild / Photo / Los Angeles / DU. 7-2284," and some other penciled annotations; believed to have been taken at the Pacific Coast Antiques Show on May 25, 1949. (Please note there were slight specs on the negative when the photograph was developed and there are slight indent marks on the surface.)
9 1/2" x 7 1/2"
Estimate: $500 - up.
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lot n°46007: A Marilyn Monroe Set of Rare Black and White Cheesecake Photographs, Circa 1948.
Both original prints with a glossy finish, both depicting the then starlet wearing a white two-piece bathing suit, both with numbers on the lower margins. (Please note there is a very small dent on one but the image is not affected.) 5" x 4"
Estimate: $500 - up.
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lot n°46008: A Marilyn Monroe Rare Black and White Photograph, 1952.
 An original print with a glossy finish, depicting a sweet image of the then newcomer wearing a formal dress as she smiles at Sidney Skolsky, the Hollywood gossip columnist who became her lifelong friend and protector; verso has an affixed typed snipe noting the two were "at the Look awards party at the Beverly Hills Hotel," the photographer's credit stamp reading "Hyman Fink," and a Photoplay Magazine Library stamp dated "Mar 6 1952." (Please note there are crease and indent marks on surface but overall image is not affected.) 9 1/2" x 7 3/4"
Estimate: $500 - up.
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lot n°46009: A Marilyn Monroe Set of Rare Black and White Publicity Photographs, 1953.
 Both original prints with a glossy finish, both depict the star in her room at the Beverly Carlton Hotel [still on Olympic Boulevard in Beverly Hills but now called The Avalon Hotel] doing household chores; the versos of both have the photographer's credit stamp of "Fink Smith," Photoplay Magazine stamps, Phil Burchman Agency stamps, and brief penciled annotations about the star. (Please note MM's face has been touched up in one image and there are very slight dent marks on both.) 9 1/2" x 7 1/2"
Estimate: $500 - up.
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  lot n°46010: A Marilyn Monroe Classic Black and White Headshot, 1952.
 An original print with a glossy finish, depicting one of the most famous headshots of the star as she wears a low-cut black and white dress (the same one she wore when she served as Grand Marshall of the 1952 Miss America beauty pageant in Atlantic City, New Jersey where it caused a scandal), bottom right corner displays filing numbers, verso has stamps reading "Marilyn Monroe / 20th Century-Fox Player" and "George Zeno / Collection" (a well-known MM photograph collector) plus another illegible one. (Please note there are some crease marks evident. 9 1/2" x 7 1/2"
Estimate: $500 - up.
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lot n°46011: A Marilyn Monroe Rare Black and White Cheesecake Photograph, 1952.
 An original print with a glossy finish, depicting the then starlet in an elaborate bathing suit and platform sandals as she stands next to an oversized heart form; verso has stamps reading "Return to / Time Inc. / Feb. 11 1952 / File" and "MM File," an affixed typed snipe reading in part "Actress Marilyn Monroe, pin-up queen of the / armed forces, says 'Be My Valentine'...," and some brief penned annotations. (Please note there are some very minor surface dents.) 9" x 7"
Estimate: $500 - up.
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lot n°46012: A Marilyn Monroe Chest X-Ray, 1954.
 Appearing to be a vintage 1954-era copy of the original that was likely made for another doctor's use; image depicts the star's sternum, ribcage, and outline of her breasts as she rests her hands on her hips, a somewhat blurred notation in the upper left corner reads "Cedars of Lebanon Hospital / Drs. E. Freedman and S. Finck / DiMaggio Marilyn / 11-10-54." 17" x 14"
Interestingly, Julien's Auctions offered a different copy of this same X-ray in June 2010 and its hammer price was $25,000.
Estimate: $1 000 - up.
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 lot n°46013: A Marilyn Monroe-Received Group of Professional Letters, 1957-1958. 
 Three total, all sent to the actress from colleagues in the industry including:
> 1) a two-page note typed on yellow paper, dated "July 30, 1957," sent to MM in "Amagansett, Long Island, New York," from Ray Stark [Hollywood producer], reading in part "It was good seeing you, if even so briefly, at / the East Hampton airport. /...We would love to do a project with you and also with / Arthur / ...such as doing 'Casablanca' / as a musical" (thankfully, MM didn't take him up on that offer);
> 2) a one-page note (the first page now missing) typed on white paper, dated "May 7, 1958," from Joe Wolhandler [MM's NYC press agent], reading in part "...the fittings, costuming, etc., we will try to do / without you;"
> and 3) a one-page note typed on white paper, no date, from Lionel Newman [Musical Director/Composer], reading in part "...I would like very much for / you and Arthur to have dinner with Beverly and me;"
> also included is a rare 1959 pamphlet titled 'Times Talk' with an article on page 3 noting how on September 29th "Marilyn Monroe paraded through the building inhaling culture, the guest of Sunday Editor Lester Markel." 11" x 8 1/2"
Estimate: $1 000 - up.
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lot n°46150 A Warner Bros. 'Key to the Studio,' Circa 1950s.
 In the form of an oversized key, made of brass, designed with the famous 'WB' shield logo while one side reads "Welcome to Warner Bros. Studios" and the other "The Greatest in the World;" given to actors and other VIPs when they had an important association with the studio. (Please note this particular key is NOT Marilyn Monroe's key, though a similar one was given to her in 1956.) 10" x 4"
Estimate: $1 000 - up.
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