30 novembre 2019

04/1946, Los Angeles - Norma Jeane par Paul Parry

Séance photos de de Norma Jeane Dougherty en 1946, par le photographe Paul Parry dans ses studios sur Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles. Marilyn a signé son contrat le 25 avril 1946 ; elle est rémunérée 15 Dollars pour cette séance.
Photos session of Norma Jeane Dougherty in 1946, by photographer Paul Parry in his studios on Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles. Marilyn signed her contract on April 25, 1946; she is paid 15 Dollars for this session.

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Série de photos destinées à la campagne publicitaire
des jus d'orange "Mission orange drink"
Series of photos for the advertising campaign
of orange juice "Mission orange drink"

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Dans la séance en studio, Marilyn tient un verre de bière (contenant de la bière au vu de la mousse); Le verre d'alcool sera remplacé par une bouteille de jus d'orange dans la publicité.
In the studio session, Marilyn holds a glass of beer (containing beer in the sight of the beer mousse); The glass of alcohol will be replaced by a bottle of orange juice in advertising.

- publicité / advertising "Mission Orange Drink"
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- publication calendrier 1953, page décembre 1952 -
- publication calendar 1953, page December 1952 -
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Série de photos tee shirt rayé
Serie of photos with striped shirt

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25/04/1946 - Contrat photos Paul Parry

Le 25 avril 1946, Norma Jeane Dougherty signe un contrat avec le photographe Paul Parry. Les termes du contrat indiquent qu'elle reçoit 15 Dollars pour poser en tant que modèle, et cède les droits à l'image au photographe.
On April 25, 1946, Norma Jeane Dougherty signs a contract with photographer Paul Parry. The terms of the contract indicate that she receives 15 Dollars to pose as a model, and waives all the rights to the photographer.


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- récépissé facture du salaire -
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sources: enchères Bonhams - 12/2019


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Catalogue TCM Presents... 1939 - Bonhams - 12/2019

 catalogue-2019-12-10-BONHAMS-1  Vente aux enchères 'TCM Presents... 1939 Hollywood's Greatest Year' du 10 décembre 2019 par Bonhams à Los Angeles aux Etats-Unis.
'TCM Presents... 1939 Hollywood's Greatest Year' Auction on December, 10, 2019 by Bonhams In Los Angeles, USA.

La vente aux enchères est consacrée au cinéma d'avant les années 1950s, avec 9 lots concernant Marilyn Monroe (dont des photographies d'elle en tant que jeune modèle, totalement inédites); les lots avec leur description sont en consultation libre sur bonhams.com .
The auction is devoted to cinema from before the 1950's, with 9 lots concerning Marilyn Monroe (from which photographies of her as a young model, totally rares); the lots with their description are in free consultation on entertainment.ha.com

Possibilité de commander le catalogue payant en s'inscrivant en ligne
Ability to order the paid catalog to subscribe online


- visuel du catalogue (pages avec Marilyn Monroe) -

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> Sur le blog - les lots:

  Lots TCM Presents... 1939 - Bonhams - 12/2019

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Lots TCM Presents... 1939 - Bonhams - 12/2019

Lots sur Marilyn Monroe des enchères
'TCM Presents... 1939
Hollywood's Greatest Year'

organisées le 10 décembre 2019
par Bonhams
à Los Angeles aux Etats-Unis.


Lot 1249: A Marilyn Monroe group of unpublished transparencies and negatives
from 1946 by photographer Paul Parry, sold with copyright
auction: US$ 15,000 - 20,000 / € 14,000 - 18,000
 A Marilyn Monroe group of unpublished transparencies and negatives from 1946 by photographer Paul Parry, sold with copyright
Seventeen different vintage color transparencies and black-and-white negatives comprising 3 color 5 x 7 in. and 5 color 4 x 5 in. transparencies and 5 black-and-white 5 x 7 in. and 4 black-and-white 4 x 5 in. negatives, of Norma Jeane Dougherty (née Marilyn Monroe) wearing a cowgirl outfit and a tennis outfit, all in glassine sleeves, some with "Paul Parry" printed stickers and identifying numbers. Please note that the black-and-white negatives are shown as positives for the catalog.
When Norma Jeane Dougherty began modeling in 1945 after being discovered working at Radioplane Company, local photographers could not get enough of her. Before long, she was appearing in advertisements and on magazine covers. In the advancing years after she became Marilyn Monroe and to this day, well-known photographers such as Bruno Bernard, Joseph Jasgur, and Andre de Dienes published the many photos they took of Norma Jeane during her modeling days, but Paul Parry's photographs remained elusive until now; in fact, only one advertisement–for Mission orange drink–contains his photo credit, the advertisement for which some of the photos from this lot were taken but were used later when she was Marilyn Monroe. In his photos of Norma Jeane with a tennis racket, Monroe fans will immediately recognize the white short overalls that she wore both in her personal life and in many of her early modeling sessions with various photographers, evidence of her lack of money at the time. These rare, never-before-seen images are offered here for the first time, with copyright. Accompanied by the original Mission orange drink ad (in rough shape), an original "Paul Parry" 5 x 7 in. monogrammed envelope with "Marilyn Monroe" typed to center, an original 4.5 x 6.5 in. paper file tab with "Norma Jean Dougherty" handwritten in pencil to top, and an original 1940s pamphlet promoting Paul Parry's photography business.
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Lot 1250: A Marilyn Monroe signed photographer's release from her early modeling days
auction: US$ 3,000 - 5,000 / € 2,700 - 4,600
Photographer's release document signed ("Norma Jeane Dougherty") to lower right, dated April 25, 1946, on "Paul Parry / Photographer" letterhead, indicating that Monroe is receiving $15.00 for her modeling work and waives all rights to the photographs. The client name, "Evers Whyte," is handwritten to upper left corner, and Parry's letterhead address is crossed out and his Sunset Blvd. address typed underneath. In 1946, Monroe was in the middle of divorcing her first husband Jim Dougherty, to whom she had been married for 4 years, and was working diligently to further her modeling career. According to Emmeline Snively, who put her under contract to the Blue Book Modeling Agency, "She was a clean, shining, pleasant, expressive-faced little girl, the girl-next-door type." 5.5 x 8.5 in. 
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Lot 1251: A Marilyn Monroe signed invoice to photographer Paul Parry from her early modeling days
auction: US$ 3,000 - 5,000 / € 2,700 - 4,600
Model's paper invoice signed ("Norma Jeane Dougherty") at bottom, dated April 25, 1946, indicating that photographer Paul Parry is to be billed $15.00 for Norma Jeane's modeling work on a job for Buffums' department store. In late 1945, Monroe signed a contract with Emmeline Snively's Blue Book Modeling Agency and by early 1946 was also posing for pinup painter Earl Moran; this April 1946 invoice with Paul Parry indicates it was one of her earliest modeling jobs. She quickly became one of Blue Book's most requested models because of her fresh-faced naturalness in front of the camera. 3.25 x 5 in.
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Lot 1252: A Marilyn Monroe print titled "Pretty in Pink" by Harold Lloyd
auction: US$ 600 - 800 / € 550 - 730
Large-format color photograph of Marilyn Monroe in a negligee, reading a book in her apartment. As a friend of the photographer Philippe Halsman, Harold Lloyd was a witness and participant in the famous photographic session which resulted in Monroe's first Life magazine cover of April 7, 1952. After Monroe made a wardrobe change, Lloyd shot a series of sensual color photographs of her lounging about her apartment. Accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.
Provenance: the estate of Harold Lloyd. 24 x 25 in.
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  Lot 1253: A Marilyn Monroe print titled "Poolside" by Harold Lloyd
auction: US$ 600 - 800 / € 550 - 730
Large-format color photograph of Marilyn Monroe relaxing by the pool at Harold Lloyd's massive estate, "Greenacres," while wearing a bathing suit from her film, How to Marry a Millionaire (1953). What looked like an ordinary photo shoot at Lloyd's estate was later revealed to be an instance of Monroe helping out the government by shooting film footage which encouraged government employees to keep confidential what they knew about atomic bomb testing in the Pacific, Nevada, and Mexico. To this day, only seconds of that footage have been revealed, along with these photographs. Accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.
Provenance: the estate of Harold Lloyd. 24 x 25 in.
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 Lot 1254: A Marilyn Monroe photo by Frank Worth
auction: US$ 600 - 800 / € 550 - 730
Silver gelatin photograph, edition no. 14/195, with photographer's estate blind stamp in margin recto, printed later. Taken during a photo session with Sammy Davis, Jr. during the shooting of How to Marry a Millionaire (1953), this natural candid of Monroe is evidence of the relaxed atmosphere which attended photographer Frank Worth's shoots and made his pictures so unique. Worth had an impressive body of work dating from the 1930s to the 1960s, but most of it was not released until after his death. Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from the photographer's estate. 16 x 20 in.
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 Lot 1255: A Marilyn Monroe photo by Frank Worth
auction: US$ 600 - 800 / € 550 - 730
CBS, 1953. Silver gelatin photograph, edition no. 14/195, with photographer's estate blind stamp in margin recto, printed later. Monroe relaxes on the set of The Jack Benny Show where she made her television debut in 1953. She engaged in a comedic skit with Benny and also serenaded him with a rendition of "Bye Bye Baby," a song from her hit film, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953). Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from the photographer's estate.
16 x 20 in.
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Lot 1256: A Marilyn Monroe oversized print by John Bryson
auction: US$ 1,000 - 1,500 / € 910 - 1,400
Silver gelatin photograph wrapped around masonite board, signed ("John Bryson") to lower right and signed ("Bryson") to reverse margin. Monroe is depicted in her element as her entourage, including makeup artist Allan "Whitey" Snyder and hair stylist Sydney Guilaroff, attends to her every need. Taken on the set of Let's Make Love (1960), Bryson was able to capture the chaotic atmosphere that often accompanied Monroe when making films. John Bryson gifted this print to the consignor's grandfather, who was an amateur photographer and friend of Bryson.
30 x 40 x 0.5 in.
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Lot 1257: A Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller oversized print by John Bryson
auction: US$ 1,000 - 1,500 / € 910 - 1,400
Silver gelatin photograph wrapped around masonite board, signed ("John Bryson") to lower right and signed ("Bryson") to reverse margin. Taken on the set of Let's Make Love (1960), Monroe is without makeup and glowing as she is toweled off by husband and playwright, Arthur Miller. The happy shot chronicles the calm before the storm; Monroe would engage in an affair with her co-star, Yves Montand, during filming and effectively doom her marriage. John Bryson gifted this print to the consignor's grandfather, who was an amateur photographer and friend of Bryson. 30 x 40 x 0.5 in.
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04 novembre 2019

TV - Apocalypse La Guerre des Mondes

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Les mardis de novembre 2019 - à 21h05 - France 2
A revoir en replay

Documentaire:  Apocalypse: 
La Guerre des Mondes 
1945 - 1991

tv-apocalypse 

Réalisation: Isabelle Clarke & Daniel Costelle
Narration: Matthieu Kassovitz
Pays: France
Année: 2019
En 6 épisodes
Durée d'un épisode: 53 min

À l’occasion des commémorations de la chute du mur de Berlin qui marque la fin de la guerre froide, France 2 diffuse la septième saison d’Apocalypse : La Guerre des mondes. Deux soirées événements qui reviennent sur plus de quarante années qui ne sont, en fait, qu’une succession de guerres chaudes : Indochine, Corée, Vietnam, Afghanistan… entrecoupées de confrontations périlleuses entre l’Est et l’Ouest. Si, en 1945, les femmes et les hommes de la planète pensent laisser derrière eux les atrocités de la guerre, dans les coulisses de la reconstruction du monde, un affrontement plus long et plus insidieux se prépare. Bientôt, un « rideau de fer » va tomber entre l’Est communiste, dominé par l’Union soviétique, et l’Ouest, avec les États-Unis. C’est la guerre froide, la « guerre des mondes ». Dans une folle course aux armements, les États ont inventé la pire menace : l’arme nucléaire. Durant près d’un demi-siècle les grands dirigeants – Staline, Khrouchtchev, Mao, Kennedy – se rapprochent ou s’affrontent, dans un dangereux équilibre de la terreur. À tout moment, c’est l’humanité tout entière qui peut plonger dans l’apocalypse.

Episode 1: Été 1945. Alors que les peuples victorieux célèbrent le retour à la paix, un rideau de fer tombe entre ceux qui furent autrefois alliés. Pendant cinquante ans, le bloc de l'Est communiste affronte le bloc de l'Ouest, dominé par les Américains. C'est la guerre froide, la guerre des mondes. En Indochine, en Corée, au Vietnam, les grands se font face par peuples interposés. Et la toute nouvelle arme nucléaire fait peser sur l’humanité la menace d’une nouvelle apocalypse.

Episode 2: En 1947, craignant que l'Europe abîmée ne devienne le terreau du communisme, les Etats-Unis lancent le plan Marshall, pour permettre aux pays européens de se reconstruire. Les Français ont aussi besoin d'aide en Indochine, où Ho Chi Minh, caché dans la jungle, ne cesse d’accroître son armée et son influence. A Berlin, Staline impose un blocus, mais il préfère se concentrer sur le succès de sa toute nouvelle bombe atomique. Et la vague rouge continue de progresser. En Corée, la guerre est déclarée entre les communistes du Nord et une armée sud-coréenne démunie. Truman envoie ses hommes : une véritable débâcle les attend.

Episode 3: Septembre 1950. En Corée, le conflit continue mais les Américains font face à un nouvel ennemi : la Chine. Truman songe à la bombe atomique. En Indochine, les Français aussi sont au plus mal. Le parallèle entre les deux conflits est frappant : mêmes acteurs dissimulés, mêmes colonnes de prisonniers. Et le véritable ennemi, c'est Staline.


Episode 1: La grande rupture 1945-1946: diffusion le 05/11/19
Episode 2: L'escalade de la peur 1947-1950: diffusion le 05/11/19
Episode 3: Le monde tremble 1950-1952: diffusion le 05/11/19
Episode 4: La conquête 1953-1955: diffusion le 12/11/19
Episode 5: Le Mur 1956-1962: diffusion le 12/11/19
Episode 6: L'Abîme 1963-1991: diffusion le 12/11/19


© copyright text : France 2


Pour Info...  Documentaire contenant des images filmées de Marilyn Monroe:
- dans l'épisode 4, des extraits colorisés de sa tournée en Corée en 1954;
- dans l'épisode 5: des extraits de sa participation au gala organisé pour la venue de Khrouchtchev en 1959.


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Episode 3: Le monde tremble 1950-1952
Des images colorisées de Marilyn Monroe en Corée
apparaissent dans le générique de fin

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