17 novembre 2018

05/06/1952 Contrat de la 20th Century Fox

Contrat de deux pages de la 20th Century Fox signé par Marilyn Monroe en date du 5 juin 1952 détaillant les divers montants de paiement. Il s'agit d'un complément au contrat initial, couvrant la période du 11 mai 1952 au 10 mai 1953, où la Fox établit ici une régulation de paiement.

Contrat of two pages of the 20th Century Fox signed by Marilyn Monroe, dated in June 5, 1952 and detailing the various payment amounts. This is a supplement to the initial contract, covering the period from May 11, 1952 to May 10, 1953, on which the Fox here establishes a payment regulation.


 1952-06-05-20th_century_fox_agreement_MM_payment_schedule-p1-from_auction-2017-11  1952-06-05-20th_century_fox_agreement_MM_payment_schedule-p2-from_auction-2017-11 

Miss Marilyn Monroe
Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation
10201 West Pico Boulevard
Los Angeles 34, California

Dear Miss Monroe:

Pursuant to your requestto have your salary pro-rated over the balance of Option (a) of your contract, this will confirm our mutual understanding.
Under the provisions of your contract, Option (a) began on May 11, 1952, and will expire on May 10, 1953, covering a period of Fifty-Two (52) weeks, of which you are guaranted Forty (40) weeks salary at Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars ($ 750.00) per week, or a total of Thirty Thousand Dollars (V 30,000.00).
The remaining Twelve (12) weeks of the term represents the suspension period of which we have the privilege of taking you off the payroll, subject to the conditions imposed by the Screen Actors' Guild.
From May 11, 1952, the beginning of Option (a) of your contract, through May 31, 1952, is an elapsed period of Three weeks. During this period, you were paid Two (2) weeks and Three (3) days at your contract rate of Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars ($ 750.00) per week, or a total of One Thousand Eight Hundred Seventy-Five Dollars ($ 1,875.00). The other Three (3) days were layoff, for which no compensation was due. This leaves a guaranteed balance of Twenty-Eight Thousand One Hundred Twenty-Five Dollars ($ 28,125.00) to be paid over the remaining Forty-Nine (49) weeks of your term.
Pro-rating this balance over the remaining Forty-Nine (49) weeks, we will pay you Forty-Eight (48) weeks at Five Hundred Seventy-Four Dollars ($ 574.00) per week, a total of Twenty-Seven Thousand Five Hundred Fifty-Two Dollars ($ 27,552.00), and One (1) week at Five Hundred Seventy-Three Dollars ($ 573.00), a combined total of Twenty-Eight Thousand One Hundred Twenty-Five Dollars ($ 28,125.00) which together with the One Thousand Eight Hundred Seventy-Five Dollars ($ 1,875.00) already paid, equals Thirty Thousand Dollars ($ 30,000.00), the entire amount guaranteed in Option (a) of your contract.

It is understood that in the event your contract of employment with us is terminated prior to the expiration of the term described in Article First thereof, as said term may be extended, and as of the date of such tzrmination you have been compensated under the pro-rating arrangment hereinabove set forth in an amount which is in excess of the amount which would have been earned by you had you been compensated pursuant tothe provisions of Article Second of your above mentioned contract of employment, then and in such event, you agree, upon being requested so to do, to repay to us the amount of such excess which has been paid to you under said pro-rating arrangment.
Please understand that this arrangement is for your convenience only, and in no way affects your original contract, nor does it affect any additional monies due you according to the overtime provision or any other provision of the Agreement of the Screen Actors' Guild. If this is in accordance with your understanding of our arrangments, kindly confirm the same by affirming your signature below, under the word "Accepted" and return two copies to us. The original is for your records.

Very truly yours,
TWENTIETH CENTURY-FOX FILM CORPORATION
A.W. DeWeese, Paymaster

ACCEPTED:
Marilyn Monroe


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12 mai 2018

31/12/1952, Tests Costumes pour Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

Le 31 décembre 1952, Marilyn Monroe pose pour des 'tests' costumes pour le film Les hommes préfèrent les blondesLe costumier est William Travilla.
On December, 31, 1952, Marilyn Monroe poses for wardrobe 'tests' for the movie Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. The designer is William Travilla.

- vêtements / wardrobes -
 1952-12-31-GPB-test_costume-travilla-mm_purple_dress-1  1952-12-31-GPB-test_costume-travilla-mm_tailor-1 
1952-12-31-GPB-test_costume-travilla-not_in_movie-010-1  1952-12-31-GPB-test_costume-travilla-not_in_movie-011-1 
1952-12-31-GPB-test_costume-travilla-not_in_movie-012-1  1952-12-31-GPB-test_costume-travilla-not_in_movie-013-1 
1952-12-31-GPB-test_costume-mm_laceup_body-010-1  1952-12-31-GPB-test_costume-travilla-not_in_movie-black_dress-1 


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23 avril 2018

21/05/1952, Tests Costumes et Maquillage pour Niagara

Le 21 mai 1952, Marilyn Monroe pose pour des 'tests' costumes pour le film Niagara. La costumière est Dorothy Jeakins.
On May, 25, 1952, Marilyn Monroe poses for wardrobe 'tests' for the movie Niagara. The designer is Dorothy Jeakins.

- vêtements / wardrobes -
1952-05-21-niagara-test_costume-jeakins-mm-010-1 1952-05-21-niagara-test_costume-jeakins-not_in_movie-020-1  
 1952-05-21-niagara-test_costume-jeakins-mm-020-1 1952-05-21-niagara-test_costume-jeakins-mm-021-1 
 1952-05-21-niagara-test_costume-jeakins-not_in_movie-051-1  1952-05-21-niagara-test_costume-jeakins-mm-021-1a 
1952-05-21-niagara-test_costume-jeakins-not_in_movie-050-1  1952-05-21-niagara-test_costume-jeakins-not_in_movie-040-1 
1952-05-21-niagara-test_costume-jeakins-mm-050-1 1952-05-21-niagara-test_costume-jeakins-mm-060-1  1952-05-21-niagara-test_costume-jeakins-not_in_movie-030-1 
1952-05-21-niagara-test_costume-jeakins-mm-030-1  1952-05-21-niagara-test_costume-jeakins-mm-031-1 
1952-05-21-niagara-test_costume-jeakins-mm-040-1  1952-05-21-niagara-test_costume-jeakins-mm-041-1  1952-05-21-niagara-test_costume-jeakins-not_in_movie-010-1 

1952-05-21-niagara-test_costume-jeakins-mm-070-1  1952-05-21-niagara-test_costume-jeakins-mm-071-1 


- maquillage et coiffure / make up and hairdress -
1952-05-21-niagara-test_hair-mm-010-1  1952-05-21-niagara-test_hair-mm-011-1 


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25 mars 2018

03/1952, Tests Costumes pour Monkey Business

Au cours du mois de mars 1952, Marilyn Monroe pose pour des 'tests' costumes pour le film Monkey Business (Chérie je me sens rajeunir). Le costumier est William Travilla.
During the month of March of 1952, Marilyn Monroe poses for wardrobe 'tests' for the movie Monkey Business. The designer is William Travilla.

1952-03-MonkeyBusiness-test_costume-travilla-mm-010-1  1952-03-MonkeyBusiness-test_costume-travilla-mm-030-1 
1952-03-MonkeyBusiness-test_costume-travilla-mm-020-1  1952-03-MonkeyBusiness-test_costume-travilla-mm-021-1 


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01/04/1952, Tests Costumes pour Monkey Business

Le 1er avril 1952, Marilyn Monroe pose pour des 'tests' costumes pour le film Monkey Business (Chérie je me sens rajeunir). Le costumier est William Travilla.
On April, 01, 1952, Marilyn Monroe poses for wardrobe 'tests' for the movie Monkey Business. The designer is William Travilla.

1952-04-01-MonkeyBusiness-test_costume-travilla-mm-010-1 1952-04-01-MonkeyBusiness-test_costume-travilla-mm-011-1 1952-04-01-MonkeyBusiness-test_costume-travilla-mm-011-2 


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10 mars 2018

11/01/1952, Tests Costumes pour We're Not Married

Le 11 janvier 1952, Marilyn Monroe pose pour des 'tests' costumes pour le film We're not married (Cinq mariages à l'essai). La costumière est Elois Jenssen.
On January, 11, 1952, Marilyn Monroe poses for wardrobe 'tests' for the movie We're not married. The designer is Elois Jenssen.

1952-01-11-WereNotMarried-test_costume-jensen-mm-010-1 1952-01-11-WereNotMarried-test_costume-jensen-mm-012-1 1952-01-11-WereNotMarried-test_costume-jensen-mm-011-1 
1952-01-11-WereNotMarried-test_costume-jensen-mm-020-1 1952-01-11-WereNotMarried-test_costume-jensen-mm-020-2 1952-01-11-WereNotMarried-test_costume-jensen-mm-021-1 
1952-01-11-WereNotMarried-test_costume-jensen-mm-022-1 1952-01-11-WereNotMarried-test_costume-jensen-mm-022-2 
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25 avril 2015

Avril 1952 Interview à la Radio

En avril 1952, Marilyn Monroe est interviewée par Dick Whittinghill à la Southern California Radio.
In april 1952, Marilyn onroe is interviewed by Dick Whittinghill to the Southern California Radio.

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02 avril 2015

1952 Dans une boutique

Marilyn Monroe achète une paire de bas - en 1952
Marilyn Monroe buys a pair of stockings - in 1952

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21 décembre 2014

3/05/1952 Révélation de l'existence de Gladys

Alors que Marilyn Monroe a toujours déclaré être orpheline, l'existence de sa mère Gladys Baker est révélée dans la presse. Les studios demandent à Marilyn de clarifier la situation: elle donne donc une interview au chroniquer Erskine Johnson. Mais l'entretien a été répété et travaillé auparavant avec son ami Sidney Sklosky. L'article sera publié le 3 mai 1952 dans le Los Angeles Daily News:

MARILYN MONROE AVOUE:
MA MERE EST EN VIE ET VIT A HOLLYWOOD
par Erskine Johnson

Marilyn Monroe -la poupée glamour de Hollywood qui a récemment fait la une des journaux en reconnaissant qu'elle avait posé nue pour un calendrier - nous livre aujourd'hui une nouvelle confession.
Rendue célèbre par les agences publicitaires hollywoodiennes comme étant une pauvre orpheline n'ayant jamais connu ses parents, Marilyn reconnaît qu'elle est la fille d'une ancienne monteuse de la RKO, Gladys Baker et déclare: "Je l'aide et veux continuer à l'aider tant qu'elle aura besoin de moi."
En convalescence après une opération de l'appendicite au Los Angeles Hospital, Marilyn m'a donné des informations exclusives par l'intermédiaire de la Twentieth Century Fox, après l'apparition dans les studios de cinq femmes revendiquant Marilyn comme étant "leur fille perdue de longue date".

La reine du glamour hollywoodien a dit:
     "Mes amis proches savent que ma mère est en vie. A mon insu, alors que j'étais enfant, ma mère passa de nombreuses années dans un hôpital public. Par l'intermédiaire du comté de Los Angeles, ma tutrice m'a placée dans plusieurs familles d'accueil, et j'ai passé plus d'un an à l'orphelinat de Los Angeles. Je n'ai jamais connu ma mère intimement et, depuis que je suis adulte et à même de lui venir en aide, je suis entrée en contact avec elle. Je l'aide à présent, et veux continuer à l'aider tant qu'elle aura besoin de moi."

Les amis de sa mère fournirent les informations complémentaires:
     "Lorsque Marilyn était enfant, son père mourut dans un accident de voiture, à la suite de quoi sa mère souffrit de dépression nerveuse. Une amie de sa mère était sa tutrice légale. La mère de Marilyn recouvra la santé en 1945 et vécut peu de temps avec sa fille, en 1946. La même année, elle se remaria et redevint veuve pour la seconde fois, la semaine dernière, quand son mari mourut après une courte maladie."

La nouvelle que la mère de Marilyn était vivante fut une grande suprise, car les studios avaient largement tablé leur publicité sur le fait que Marilyn ne connaissait ni sa mère ni son père. Mais la nouvelle confession de la star, reconnaissant que sa mère, deux fois veuve, vit à Hollywood et qu' "elle lui vient en aide" est un grand soulagement pour le service judiciaire de la Twentieth Century Fox, très ennuyée par les revendications violentes de femmes prétendant que Marilyn était leur "fille".


 

While Marilyn Monroe has always declared to be an orphan, the existence of her mother Gladys Baker is revealed in the press. The studios ask Marilyn to clarify the situation: she thus gives an interview to reviewer Erksine Johnson. But the interview was repeated and previously worked with her friend Sidney Sklosky. The article will be published in May 3, 1952:

MARILYN MONROE CONFESSES
MOTHER ALIVE, LIVING HERE

By Erskine Johnson

Marilyn Monroe - Hollywood's confessing glamour doll who made recent headlines with the admission thatshe was a nude calendar cutie - confessed again today. Highly publicized by Hollywood press agents as an orphan waif who never knew her parents, Marilyn admitted that she's the daughter of a one-time RKO studio film cutter, Gladys Baker, and that "I am helping her and want to continue helping her when she needs me."
Recovering from an appendectomy in a Los Angeles hospital, Marilyn gave me an exclusive statement through the Twentieth Century-Fox studio following the appearance at the studio of five women claiming Marilyn as their "long-lost daughter."

Said Hollywood's new glamour queen:
"My close friends know that my mother is alive. Unbeknown to me as a child, my mother spent many years as an invalid in a state hospital. I was raised in a series of foster homes arranged by a guardian through the County of Los Angeles and I spent more than a year in the Los Angeles Orphans Home. I haven't known my mother intimately, but since I have become grown and able to help her I have contacted her. I am helping her and want to continue helping her when she needs me."

Hollywood friends of her mother supplied the rest of the story: "When Marilyn was a small child her father was killed in an automobile accident and her mother subsequently suffered a nervous breakdown. A friend of her mother was appointed her legal guardian. Marilyn's mother recovered from her illness in 1945 and lived with her daughter for a short time in 1946. In the same year her mother remarried and became a widow for the second time last week when her husband died following a short illness."

The news that Marilyn's mother is alive in Hollywood came as an eyebrow-lifting suprise because of the extensive studio publicity that Marilyn had never known her mother or her father. But the new star's confession that her twice-widowed mother is in Hollywood and that "I am helping her" came as a relief to the Twentieth Century-Fox legal department, which has been confronted with wild claims by women insisting that Marilyn is their "daughter."


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14 décembre 2014

11/02/1952 Photoplay Award

Le 11 février 1952, Marilyn Monroe participe à la soirée de remise de prix organisée par le magazine Photoplay à l'Ambassador Hotel de Los Angeles; Marilyn y aurait reçu un prix spécial "Special Award".
In February 11, 1952, Marilyn Monroe participates to the Awards Party organized by Photoplay magazine at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles; Marilyn would have received a "Special Award".

 1952_Premiere_DontBotherToKnock_020_010_11952-photoplay_award-2 1952_Premiere_DontBotherToKnock_020_020
1952_Premiere_DontBotherToKnock_013_010_1    1952_Premiere_DontBotherToKnock_013_010_2

> Marilyn avec Richard Widmark
(son partenaire de 'Don't Bother to Knock')

1952_Premiere_DontBotherToKnock_030_010_withRichardWidmark_1 1952-photoplay_award-3-1a 1952_Premiere_DontBotherToKnock_030_010_withRichardWidmark_1_a

 > Marilyn avec David Wayne
(son partenaire de 'We're not married')

1952_Premiere_DontBotherToKnock_030_020_withFrankSinatra_1   


> Photographie de Nate Cutler
Marilyn avec David Wayne

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  1952-by_nate_cutler-with_david_wayne

> Photographie de Earl Leaf
 1952-photoplay_award-1-1 1952-photoplay_award-1-1c

 1952_Premiere_DontBotherToKnock_020_030_byEarlLeaf_1 1952_Premiere_DontBotherToKnock_020_030_byEarlLeaf_2


Sheilah Graham racontera que Marilyn passera une bonne partie de la soirée à poser dans une salle de l'Ambassador pour les photographes.
Sheilah Graham wrote that Marilyn spent a part of the evening posing on the far side of the Ambassador room for the press.

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1952_Premiere_DontBotherToKnock_051_010  1952-02-11-photoplay_award-ambassador-2  1952_Premiere_DontBotherToKnock_051_020 

  > photographie de Phil Burchman
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> photographie de Bob Landry
1952_Premiere_DontBotherToKnock_052_010_2 1952_Premiere_DontBotherToKnock_052_010_GF 1952_Premiere_DontBotherToKnock_052_050
1952_Premiere_DontBotherToKnock_052_021 1952_Premiere_DontBotherToKnock_052_020
1952_Premiere_DontBotherToKnock_052_030_2 1952-photoplay_award-st-4  1952_Premiere_DontBotherToKnock_052_040

> couvertures de magazines:
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(> source: Photoplay Awards sur imdb ) -
(
> ne pas confondre avec la
Première de Don't Bother to Knock ) -

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