03 juillet 2015

Les débuts de Marilyn Monroe sous l'objectif

Les débuts de Marilyn Monroe sous l'objectif
Publié le jeudi 25 juin 2015
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Vendredi (26 juin 2015) sera vendue aux enchères une série de clichés de Marilyn Monroe, réalisée lorsqu’elle avait 19 ans. La future star y pose souriante et visiblement détendue, vêtue d’un jean et d’une chemise à carreaux ou d'un maillot de bain. Même si elle n’est pas encore la bombe blonde platine aux lèvres rouges, Marilyn est reconnaissable sur cette plage, tirant à l’arc, regardant à travers un télescope, ou gardant entre ses mains un appareil photo. Le photographe Joseph Jasgur ne s’y est pas trompé: il a expliqué avoir su, à l’instant où il l’a rencontrée, qu’elle aurait un succès fou. Plongé dans ses yeux bleus, il disait avoir eu l’impression de «regarder dans un kaléidoscope».

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Les photographies et objets liés à Marilyn Monroe s’arrachent dans les ventes aux enchères. En juin 2011, la «subway dress» de la célébrissime scène de la bouche de métro dans «Sept ans de réflexion» avait été vendue pour 4,6 millions de dollars à Beverly Hills. Elle appartenait à une vente de 600 costumes qui appartenaient à l’actrice Debbie Reynolds, au cours de laquelle s’était également vendue la robe rouge à sequins de «Les hommes préfèrent les blondes». Cette tenue inoubliable s’était elle vendue 1,2 million de dollars, après avoir été évaluée à un prix entre 200.000 et 300.000 dollars.   

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21 juin 2015

'There was no sultry sexiness about her. That came much later'

'There was no sultry sexiness about her. That came much later': The astonishing treasure trove of rare images show Marilyn Monroe as you've never seen her before
By Astrid And Ben Franse
Published: 21:01 GMT, 20 June 2015
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They languished for decades in an old box, yet these extremely rare photographs, many never seen before, reveal the stunning transformation of a naive young model into the world’s biggest movie star... but only after she reluctantly agreed to break open the peroxide.

A brunette Norma Jeane in 1946, the year she changed her name to Marilyn Monroe

Twenty years ago, Astrid and Ben Franse, owners of a Fifties memorabilia store, were in a vintage shop in Los Angeles when the shopkeeper came over with a box, telling them: ‘It’s press clippings and pictures of Marilyn Monroe. I only got a quick look. It was take it or leave it.’
The couple bought the box and took it home to the Netherlands, where it was stored under a desk and promptly forgotten – until 2012 when a dealer telephoned from the U.S. about a client who was a big Marilyn fan.
Ben remembered the box and went to check what it contained. He was stunned. It was the archive of Blue Book, the modelling agency that launched Marilyn’s career.
There were negatives, letters, telegrams, photos and worksheets.
Using this treasure trove of unseen images, Astrid and Marilyn expert Michelle Morgan, author of ‘Marilyn Monroe: Private And Undisclosed’, have been able to tell the little-known story of Marilyn before she was famous...

In 1946, the year Marilyn signed her first film contract, with 20th Century Fox 

Emmeline Snively appraised the girl in front of her in the office of her model agency.
She was ‘in a simple white dress and armed with her portfolio, which offered no more than a few snaps. You wouldn’t necessarily wear a white dress on a modelling job, and it was as clean and white and ironed and shining as she was.’
Snively noted the 19-year-old’s measurements on an agency card: ‘Size 12, height 5.6, 36 bust, 24 waist, 34 hips. Blue eyes, perfect teeth and blonde, curly hair.’
But she would later recall: ‘Actually her hair was dirty blonde. California blonde, which means that it is dark in the winter and light in the summer.
'It curled very close to her head, and was unmanageable. I knew it would have to be bleached and worked on.’
It was August 2, 1945 and this was the first meeting between Norma Jeane Dougherty – later known as Marilyn Monroe – and the mentor who launched her career.

This was taken approximately 1948. ‘She did have a pleasant personality; an all-American girl personality – cute, wholesome and respectable,' said Blue Book Model Agency's Emmeline Snively

Norma Jeane (she was christened Jeane with an ‘e’, but this was often misspelt) had been raised in foster homes – her father was unknown, her mother mentally ill. At 15, she met James Dougherty. He was good-looking and sporty.
She was looking for a way to avoid another stint in an orphanage so, after prompting by her foster mother and future mother-in-law, she agreed to marry Dougherty in 1942, weeks after her 16th birthday.
Two years later, her husband joined the navy and Norma Jeane moved in with her in-laws and took a job in the Radio Plane munitions factory.
She hated the job and living with her husband’s parents. So when a photographer organised a few modelling assignments for her, it seemed to offer a way out.
James initially approved of the work but made it clear that he would only tolerate it until he returned.
While she was at the factory the family trusted Norma Jeane completely, possibly because mother-in-law Ethel worked there too and could keep an eye on her.
But when she was crowned ‘Queen of the Radio Plane Picnic’ during a company outing, they saw that a normal life with a house and children was not on her mind.

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Marilyn posing with ski sticks in a 1944 photo shoot (FROM THE COLLECTION OF KIM GOODWIN USED WITH PERMISSION FROM DAVID CONOVER JNR); On a swimwear shoot in 1946

Things came to a head one evening when Norma Jeane, driving home from a modelling job and, by her admission, ‘dreaming again’, crashed into another vehicle and wrote off her husband’s car.
That was the beginning of the end for Norma Jeane and the Doughertys. Soon after she moved in with former foster parent ‘Aunt’ Ana Lower.
The long-distance marriage limped on for another year – even surviving a fling Norma Jeane had with a photographer. But while modelling might have caused problems with her husband’s family, she was determined it would be her key to a better future.
So, to put her nascent career on a serious footing she had come to Snively’s Blue Book Model Agency, based in Los Angeles’s opulent Ambassador Hotel.
Many in modelling believed Blue Book was essentially an escort agency, providing girls for lonely businessmen staying at the hotel to take to dinner.
The LAPD kept a close watch,’ said a source who knew the agency at the time.
Snively admitted: ‘Many of my girls whose husbands were overseas dated on several nights of the week. But not Norma Jeane. She was interested only in legitimate assignments.’
The reception walls were covered in glossy photos of clients past and present, as was Snively’s office. There was a statue of the ancient Eygptian princess Nefertiti on her desk – ‘the most beautiful woman of her era,’ Snively believed.
The boss spoke in an English accent, though she was American. And she was picky about who she took on.

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1/ Marilyn with her magazine covers in 1946
2/ As a Blue Book model in 1946
3/ Marilyn posing with a fellow Blue Book Model in 1946

Do you sing ?’ Snively asked.
Just a little,’ replied Norma Jeane.
Dance ?
A little.’
Ambitions of becoming an actress ?
No, none at all.’
Do you have your own wardrobe ?
Not really,’ said Norma Jeane. ‘A few items but not many.’

Snively later recalled, ‘She had a white dress which looked terrific on her, although models usually shy away from white. It accentuated her bust and called attention to her figure. It was extremely tight across the front.
The only other things she seemed to own were a bathing suit and a blue suit ‘that didn’t do a thing for her’, according to Snively.
She had a girl next door look. All right, you never saw a girl next door who looked like Marilyn but that’s how she looked the day she came in. For me that’s how she always looked.’
Norma Jeane’s looks, enthusiasm and naivity won over the agency owner. She signed her up and set about training her in grooming, presentation and coordination. There was ‘good solid work on my part to analyse and develop her best points (no pun intended)’.

A 1946 press release from Blue Book, revealing Marilyn’s vital statistics 

She determined that Norma Jeane could do two types of modelling. She couldn’t enter beauty contests – a useful way of raising a model’s profile – because she was married, which disqualified her.
Nor could she do catwalk modelling. As Snively observed: ‘She did have a pleasant personality; an all-American girl personality – cute, wholesome and respectable.
'There was no sultry sexiness about her. That came much later, although I did realise immediately that Marilyn would never do as a fashion model. Most fashion models are tall, sophisticated-looking and slim-chested. Marilyn was none of these.
And there was another problem – her walk. Her famous ‘wiggle walk’ went against everything a catwalk model was ever trained to do.
It has been claimed that she used to cut part of the heel from one shoe, causing her bottom to rock from side to side. Another suggestion was she had suffered from an illness as a child, resulting in a slight limp. Snively had a different theory.

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1/ In 1945, the year she signed with the Blue Book modelling agency
2/ Marilyn posing outdoors in 1945

She’s double-jointed in the knees, so she can’t relax and that is why her hips seem to sway.
'She couldn’t stand with a relaxed knee like most models, because her knees would lock in a stiff-legged position. Her walk is a result of that locking action... This she turned into an asset.’

Another ‘problem’ was her smile, which the agency felt made her nose look too long.
She smiled too high, that’s what was wrong, and it made deep lines around her nose,’ Snively later recalled.We taught her how to bring her smile down, and show her lowers.’
This resulted in the famous lip quiver which lookalikes emulate to this day.

Finally, there was the hair. ‘It was so curly, so frizzy.’
While Norma Jeane was eager to soak up any advice about her smile, she was less happy with what Snively suggested for her hair: bleach and straightening. There was no way the young model could afford the upkeep of such a style, and she had no wish to be made into a glamour girl.
She was a believer in naturalness,’ wrote Snively. ‘Any suggestions about lightening her hair or even styling it met with defeat.’

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1/ During 1948-49, as she waited for her film career to take off, Marilyn continued to take modelling jobs, occasionally doing nude work
2/ Magazine covers led to items in gossip columns which in turn led to a screen test at Twentieth Century Fox.A studio executive chose the name Marilyn, and she picked her grandmother’s surname, Monroe
3/ She won a contract and tiny roles in two minor films before being cast in the lead as a burlesque dancer in a film called Ladies Of The Chorus. It wasn’t a hit but Marilyn’s profile was raised

The agency boss tried desperately to change Norma Jeane’s mind. She made a compromise by blow-drying it straighter occasionally, but bleaching and permanently straightening? No.
Her first assignment was a ten-day industry show at LA’s Pan Pacific Auditorium. It wasn’t glamorous but it paid $90. She found herself on the Holga Steel stand, talking to visitors, giving out leaflets and demonstrating one of the company’s products – a filing cabinet. Holga sent Snively a glowing report.

Next she was in a series of photos for American Airlines – her first proper photo-modelling job.
The photographer was impressed by ‘her healthy good looks’ – there were photos of Norma Jeane applying make-up in the bathroom, in slippers and a robe.

Eventually, a job came up that required a model with blonde hair.
Look darling,’ Snively told her. ‘If you intend to go places in this business, you’ve got to bleach and straighten your hair; your face is a little too round and a hair job will lengthen it. Don’t worry about money, I’ll keep you working.’
She was hired for a shampoo ad on the understanding that she would sort out her hair. When the photographer offered to pay for the process, Norma Jeane finally agreed to go to the Frank and Joseph salon in Hollywood.
Snively loved it. ‘It was bleached to take it out of the obscurity of dishwater blonde,’ she wrote.  

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1/ In 1949, the year before her breakthrough role in The Asphalt Jungle
2/ A studio publicity shot from 1949
3/ In 1949, the year she appeared in the Marx Brothers film Love Happy. That paved the way for ever bigger parts and her iconic starring roles in the likes of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and Some Like It Hot

Marilyn emerged a truly golden girl... She went into her bathing-suit stage, and the demand for her was terrific.
'She averaged $150 a week, and men began talking to her about going into motion pictures.’
It was the beginning of Norma Jeane’s transformation into Marilyn Monroe and from modelling to movies. Around this time Marilyn was walking down the street one day when a man pulled his Cadillac up next to her. He rolled down the window and told the young woman that she was so beautiful she should be in movies.
The man said he worked for the Goldwyn Studio and she should come for an audition.
Unfortunately, his studio turned out to be a rented suite, where the ‘executive’ persuaded her to pose in a variety of inappropriate positions, while reading a script.
All the poses were reclining, although the words I was reading didn’t seem to call for that position,’ Marilyn recalled.
Naive as I was, I soon figured this wasn’t the way to get a job in the movies. I manoeuvred toward the door and made a hasty exit.’

But magazine covers led to items in gossip columns which in turn led to a screen test at Twentieth Century Fox.
A studio executive chose the name Marilyn, and she picked her grandmother’s surname, Monroe. She won a contract and tiny roles in two minor films before being cast in the lead as a burlesque dancer in a film called Ladies Of The Chorus. It wasn’t a hit but Marilyn’s profile was raised.

Blue Book’s Emmeline Snively with Marilyn’s magazine covers in the late Fifties

Being measured by Snively in 1954

 Her film career turned a corner when she was offered a part in the Marx Brothers movie Love Happy. That paved the way for ever bigger parts and her iconic starring roles in the likes of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, The Seven Year Itch and Some Like It Hot.
Snively later recalled a chat with Marilyn, now married to baseball star Joe DiMaggio, the actress confessed that she felt inadequate in her career.

‘Before Marilyn: The Blue Book Modelling Years’ by Astrid Franse and Michelle Morgan is published by The History Press on July 14, priced £25.
Offer price £18.75 (25 per cent off), until July 12. Pre-order at mailbookshop.co.uk, with free p&p


Before Marilyn: The Blue Book Modeling Years

Before Marilyn: The Blue Book Modeling Years
Auteur: Astrid Franse, Michelle Morgan

book-before_marilyn Date de sortie: 10 novembre 2015
Relié 240 pages
Langue: anglais

Éditeur: Thomas Dunne Books
Prix éditeur: 32,86 Euros
ISBN 10: 125008590X
ISBN 13: 978-1250085900
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20 juin 2015

09/09/1953 Sur le tournage de "River of no return"

Le 9 septembre 1953, Marilyn Monroe pendant la pause déjeuner sur le tournage du film "La rivière sans retour" dans les studios de la Fox. Photographie d'Arnold Johnson.
In September 9, 1953, Marilyn Monroe during the lunch break of the movie "River of no return", in the Fox studios. Photographer: Arnold Johnson.
> voir les photographies de tournage de River of no return

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19 juin 2015

Ici Paris Hors Série 09/06/2015

2015-ici_paris-HS-M1112H_cache_s252015  Le magazine Ici Paris Hors Série n°5, "L'album souvenir de nos 70 ans. Première époque: 1945-1979", paru le 9 juin 2015, contient un article sur Marilyn Monroe, présente en couverture.
prix: 3
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> L'année 1953
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> L'année 1960
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> L'année 1962  
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31 mai 2015

A la TV - Soirée Marilyn sur Cherie 25


 Lundi 1er juin 2015 - sur Cherie 25

- à 20h50 -
Film - Sept ans de réflexion

Durée : 112 minutes
Année et origine : 1955, USA
Réalisateur: Billy Wilder

Acteurs: Marilyn Monroe, Tommy Ewell, Evelyn Keyes, Sonny Tufts, Robert Strauss, Oscar Homolka, Marguerite Chapman, Victor Moore...
L'histoire: Une fois femme et enfants envoyés en vacances, Richard Sherman a les mains libres pour séduire la jeune et jolie voisine qui vient de s’installer à l’étage du dessus. C’est sans compter sur sa mauvaise conscience et quelques trouble-fêtes imprévus. Le film où l’on peut admirer la robe blanche de Marilyn Monroe voler sous le coup de souffle d’une bouche d’aération.

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- à 22h55 -
Film Biopic:  My week with Marilyn

Durée : 1h42min
Année et origine : 2011, USA
Réalisateur: Simon Curtis  

Acteurs: Michelle Williams, Eddie Redmayne, Julia Ormond, Kenneth Branagh, Pip Torrens, Geraldine Somerville, Michael Kitchen, Miranda Raison, Karl Moffatt...
L'histoire: Au début de l'été 1956, Marilyn Monroe se rend en Angleterre pour la première fois. En pleine lune de miel avec le célèbre dramaturge Arthur Miller, elle est venue tourner LE PRINCE ET LA DANSEUSE, le film qui restera célèbre pour l'avoir réunie à l'écran avec Sir Laurence Olivier, véritable légende du théâtre et du cinéma britanniques, qui en est aussi le metteur en scène. Ce même été, Colin Clark, 23 ans, met pour la première fois le pied sur un plateau de cinéma. Tout juste diplômé d'Oxford, le jeune homme rêve de devenir cinéaste et a réussi à décrocher un job d'obscur assistant sur le plateau.
> Sur le blog: fiche du film My week with Marilyn

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- à 00h40 -
Documentaire:  Eternellement Femmes
Marilyn Monroe, entre lumière et ténèbres

Durée : 52min
Année et origine : 2012
Réalisateur: Bertrand Tessier

Avec les témoignages de: Bernard Comment, Philippe Labro, Anne Plantagenet, Lois Banner, Larry Schiller, Adrien Gombaud, Agnès Michaud, François Forestier, John Gilmore, John Strasberg, Michel Shneider.

Résumé: D'un côté, l'image d'une réussite parfaite, celle de l'icône des icônes -une femme qui allie la beauté, le talent, le charisme, le succès. De l'autre, le désastre d'une vie qui s'achèvera de manière prématurée dans la nuit du 4 au 5 aout 1962 alors qu'elle n'avait que trente-six ans, comme si la gloire était le deuil éclatant du bonheur. Née Norma Jean Baker, Marilyn Monroe aura cherché toute sa vie à exorciser une enfance fracassée : elle n'a jamais connu son père et a grandi de familles d'accueil en orphelinat, loin de sa mère, atteinte de trouble mentaux. Taraudée par l'inquiétude et l'angoisse, elle parviendra à s'imposer comme la star la plus emblématique de sa génération avec des films comme Les hommes préfèrent les blondes ou Sept ans de réflexion. Mais la célébrité ne lui suffit pas : étouffant dans son personnage de blonde volcanique, elle s'enfuit à New York et s'inscrit aux cours de l'actor's studio comme une débutante. Plus que tout, elle cherche l'amour, mais ses mariages avec le joueur de base-ball Joe Di Maggio et le romancier Arthur Miller tournent court. Confrontée à ses démons, elle sombre lentement dans une dépression dont elle ne sortira jamais. De Los Angeles à New York, Bertrand Tessier suit Marilyn Monroe à la trace. Entre documents d'archives et témoignages -dont celui de Larry Schiller, son ami photographe, qui l'a vue le matin même de sa mort-, il mène une enquête intime sur la plus mythique des stars : Marilyn Monroe, dans toute sa complexité.

Happy Birthday to ... Marilyn !

1962-07-13-santa_monica-towel-by_barris-034-1a Le 1er juin 2015,
Marilyn fêterait
ses 89 ans...

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 Happy Birthday
Norma Jeane

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On June 1st, 2015,
Marilyn would celebrate
her 89 years old...


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28 mai 2015

Holding a Good Thought for Marilyn: 1926-1954

Holding a Good Thought for Marilyn: 1926-1954
The Hollywood Years
Auteur: Stacy Eubank

book-holding1 Date de sortie: 7 mars 2015
Broché 564 pages
Langue: anglais

Éditeur: Holding a Good Thought for Marilyn
Prix éditeur: 20,55 Euros
Dimensions du produit: 19 x 3,2 x 23,5 cm 
ISBN 10: 0615715516
ISBN 13: 978-0615715513
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Description: A biography of Marilyn Monroe covering 1926-1954, her Hollywood Years. Rare information, interviews by many people who knew Marilyn and from Marilyn herself, and press and magazine articles recreate the era where Marilyn Monroe grew to prominence and became a fixture on the world stage and the "only blonde in the world." Thanks to the men of the Korean War Marilyn gained unprecedented attention as a sex symbol and a major motion picture star. 5% of the net profits from the sale of this book will go to the Korean War Veterans Memorial Foundation, Inc.

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24 mai 2015

30 et 31/07/1955 Week End dans le Connecticut

Les 30 et 31 juillet 1955, Marilyn Monroe passe le week-end dans le Connecticut chez Paul Bigelow. La presse rapporte que "Marilyn a plongé dans la piscine produisant ainsi un certain effet, mais elle reste silencieusement timide lors des discussions intellectuelles". Parmi les invités se trouve Cheryl Crawford, une actrice qui fréquente l'Actors Studio, qui discute avec Marilyn sur la notion du jeu d'acteur et lui propose de venir à l'Actors Studio.

In 1955, July, 30 and 31, Marilyn Monroe spends the week-end at Paul Bigelow's house in Connecticut. Newspapers report that "Marilyn splashed around the pool with considerable effect but maintained a shy silence during all exchanges of intellectual repartee". Among the guests is Cheryl Crawford, an actress who attended the Actors Studio, who talks with with Marilyn about the notion of acting and proposes her to come at the Actors Studio.

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Marilyn, a little boy and a guest

> 8 juin 1955, lettre de Cheryl Crawford
(note manuscrite au bas: invitation pour le week-end)

> dans la presse d'août 1955
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23 mai 2015

19/05/1953 Interview radio avec Louella Parsons

Le mardi 19 mai 1953, Marilyn Monroe est invitée à l'émission de radio de Louella Parsons à 21h15 pour une interview. Marilyn porte une tenue du film "Les hommes préfèrent les blondes".
On Tueday of 1953, May, 19, Marilyn Monroe participates to the radio show of Louella Parsons at 9:15 pm for an interview. Marilyn wears a suit from "Gentlemen prefer Blondes".

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