18 septembre 2008

art - dessin de Jane Russell

Dessin de Marilyn Monroe par Jane Russell en 1953,
sa partenaire de Gentlemen Prefer Blonds

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source: livre The Marilyn Monroe Treasures

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16 septembre 2008

13/03/1953 Marilyn reçoit le prix Look Magazine

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1953_03_15_LookAward_Price_010Le 13 mars 1953, Marilyn Monroe reçoit le prix "Look Award" de "La débutante la plus prometteuse de l'année 1952" decerné par le magazine Look. C'est l'actrice Lauren Bacall, qui avait tourné le film Comment épouser un millionnaire avec Marilyn, qui lui remet le prix pour la séquence filmée. D'ailleurs Marilyn portait une robe du film.
In March, 13, 1953, Marilyn Monroe receives the "Look Award" of
the "Most Promising Female Newcomer of 1952" from 'Look Magazine Achievement Awards'. This is Lauren Bacall, partner of Marilyn in How to Marry a Millionaire who gives her the award. Marilyn is wearing a dress from the movie.

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Look magazine, 10/03/1953
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 >> Vidéo 1: Lauren Bacall remet le prix à Marilyn

 >> Vidéo 2: Tournage de la remise du prix (avec Lauren Bacall et Marilyn)

>> Vidéo 3: séquences de Lauren Bacall - puis avec Marilyn


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8/03/1960 Marilyn reçoit un Golden Globe

1960_03_08_GoldenGlobe_Award_010Le 8 mars 1960, Marilyn Monroe reçoit le "Golden Globe" de "La meilleure actrice dans une comédie de l'année 1959" pour son rôle dans Certains l'aiment chaud à la 17ème cérémonie des Golden Globes Awards. Marilyn était accompagnée de Rupert Allan, son attaché de presse. La cérémonie a lieu au Cocoanut Grove de l'Ambassador Hotel, à Los Angeles. Les Golden Globes sont des trophées remis chaque année par "l'association hollywoodienne de la presse étrangère" depuis 1944. Ils récompensent les meilleurs films, les meilleures œuvres de fiction télévisuelles et les meilleurs professionnels du cinéma et de la télévision. Les récompenses attribuées sont souvent considérées comme les prémisses des Oscars.
On March 8, 1960, Marilyn Monroe receives the "Golden Globe" of the "Best actress in a comedy in 1959for her part in "Some Like It Hot" at the 17th Annual Golden Globes Awards. Marilyn is accompanied by Rupert Allan, her press secretary. The ceremony takes place at the Cocoanut Grove at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles. The Golden Globes Awards are presented annually by "The Hollywood Foreign Press Association" since 1944. They honor the best films, the best fiction television and the best professional film and television. The rewards are often considered as the pre-Oscar ceremony. 

> Le Certificat et le Prix
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> L'acteur Glenn Ford remit le trophée à Marilyn sur scène.
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 > Marilyn était très fière d'avoir remporté ce prix
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 > Marilyn signe des autographes
(avec Rupert Allan, son attaché de presse, à droite)
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> Au cours du dîner de gala qui suivi la cérémonie,
l'actrice Shelley Winters, amie de Marilyn, la félicita.
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> photos de David Sutton
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> photos de Darlene Hammond
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> snapshots
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>> Vidéo: séquence muette en couleur


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11 septembre 2008

5/02/1959 Marilyn et Arthur rencontrent Karen Blixen

1960S_DINER_26Le 5 février 1959, Marilyn Monroe et son mari Arthur Miller furent invités chez l'écrivaine américaine Carson McCullers, dans sa maison de Nyack à New York. Marilyn la connaissait depuis son exil new-yorkais en 1955. Le repas était donnée en l'honneur de l'auteure danoise Isak Dinesen, dont le vrai nom est la baronne Karen von Blixen-Finecke, qui était alors en tournée de lecture aux Etats-Unis. Son plus grand succés fut La Ferme Africaine, adapté au cinéma sous le titre Out Of Africa. Agée de 74 ans, atteinte de syphilis (que lui avait transmis son premier mari volage) et de graves troubles gastriques (un tiers de son estomac fut rongé par des ulcères), elle était alors très affaiblie, anorexique, et son régime diététique était composé uniquement d'huîtres et de champagne. C'est McCullers qui arrangea la rencontre entre Marilyn et Dinesen, après que cette dernière lui fit part de son désir de rencontrer la star de cinéma.
Photo 1 et 2:
Marilyn Monroe (à gauche) examine un manuscrit qu'Isak Dinesen tient dans ses mains. A droite, se tient Carson McCullers.
Photo 3: Isak Dinesen (à droite) boit du champagne, pendant que Carson McCullers (au centre) embrasse Marilyn Monroe sur la joue.
Photo 4: de gauche à droite: Marilyn Monroe, Isak Dinesen et Carson McCullers (assises); Arthur Miller, Felicia Geffen, Jordan Massee et Clara Svendsen (debouts).

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> dans la presse
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 C'est accompagnée de son mari Arthur Miller que Marilyn Monroe assista, dans la soirée du 5 février 1959, à la première new-yorkaise de son premier film en trois ans, "Some Like it Hot" ("Certains l'aiment chaud") de Billy Wilder, qui eut lieu au Loew's Lexington Theatre à Manhattan. Près de 3000 fans, ainsi que des producteurs de films et des membres de la corporation de la presse internationale étaient présents.

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C'est avec un appareil infra-rouge qu'un photographe d'UPI
capta le couple dans la salle, en pleine projection de Some like it Hot.
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>> Sur le web:
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26/02/1959 Marilyn reçoit l'Etoile de Crystal

1959_CrystalFrenchAward_award_010_1Le 26 février 1959, Marilyn Monroe reçoit le prix français "French Crystal Star Award" (représenté par une étoile en cristal) pour la catégorie de "La meilleure actrice étrangère" pour le film "Le prince et la danseuse". C'est Georges Auric, un compositeur français, qui lui remet le prix. Marilyn étant enceinte, elle ne put venir en France pour recevoir son prix; par conséquent, la cérémonie eut lieu au 'French Ambassador Hotel' (le consul de France) de New York.
Photographies de Paul Slade.
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February 26, 1959, Marilyn Monroe receives the "French Crystal Star Award" (represented by a crystal star) for the category of "The Best Foreign Actress" for the film "The Prince and the Showgirl". This is Georges Auric, a French composer, who gives her the price. Marilyn was pregnant,so  she could not come to France to receive his prize, so the ceremony took place at the 'French Ambassador Hotel' (the consul of France) in New York.
Photographs of Paul Slade.

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> Marilyn est accompagnée de son mari Arthur Miller.
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> Marilyn et un basset du consul
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> Marilyn avec May Reis
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> photos de (et avec) James Haspiel
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****** article de presse ******
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> couvertures de magazines
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> photo de presse
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06 septembre 2008

24/02/1953 Marilyn reçoit le prix Redbook

1953_02_24_TvShow_RedBookAward_award_1Le 24 février 1953, Marilyn Monroe participe à l'émission "The Martin and Lewis Show" (un show TV américain avec Dean Martin et Jerry Lewis) où elle joue dans un sketch;
puis elle reçoit le "
Red Book Award" (prix décerné par le magazine 'Redbook') de la catégorie "Best Young Box Office Personality" (La meilleure jeune personnalité du Box Office) de l'année 1952, prix remis par Wade H. Nichols, l'éditeur du magazine.

In February 24, 1953, Marilyn Monroe participates in the radio show "The Martin and Lewis Show" (an American TV show with Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis) where she plays in a sketch;
then, she receives the "Red Book Award", by 'Redbook' magazine, for the category "Best Young Box Office Personality" of the year 1952; Wade H. Nichols, the editor of the magazine, gives her the award.


> The Martin and Lewis Show
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> dans les coulisses
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The Martin and Lewis Show
With Guest Star: Marilyn Monroe
The following transcript appeared in MARILYN: then & now Vol. 2 No. 5
On February 24th, 1953 Marilyn was awarded the Red Book magazine award for ‘Best Young Box Office Personality.’ The presentation was made at the end of Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis’s radio show. Not only did Marilyn accept her award, but she guest starred. What follows is a transcript of Monroe’s portion of the program. Martin opened the show by singing “You’d Be Surprised” in tribute to Monroe.

> Radio Show

Martin: And now folks comes the real special part of our program. The happy time when we introduce our guest star. Course, tonight it’s especially happy because we have Marilyn Monroe, and, as I told you, Jerry doesn’t know about it. So it’s going to be a complete surprise. And . . . ah . . . Shhh . . . Here comes Jerry.

Lewis: Dean, who is it? Dean? Who? Our guest? Dean, who . . . is . . . it? Yes, ah . . . Who?

Martin: Well, I’ll give you a hint. If I was an artist, I’d like to do her in oil.

Lewis: You’d like to do her in oil? (laughter)

Martin: Yeah. Now, who’s our guest star?

Lewis: A sardine? (laughter)

Martin: Ah, shut up! Look, you take the most beautiful legs in the world, the most beautiful figure in the world, and the most beautiful face in the world, and put them all together, what do you get?

Lewis: The ugliest woman in the world!

Martin: How come?

Lewis: You got me so excited I put everything in the wrong place!

Martin: Well . . . This girl has everything in the right place. Jerry, every once in a while a meteor flashes through the skies and falls into the ocean. Fortunately for us, the ball of fire we have with us, as our guest, missed the ocean and landed at Twentieth Century-Fox. So, I give you the two most exciting words in the modern dictionary: Marilyn Monroe.

Monroe: Thanks Dean. That was a very flattering introduction.

Martin: Well, you deserve it Ms. MaRone . . . ah . . .

Monroe: Dean, look at your script. It’s Monroe.

Martin: I’m looking at you, and it’s Ma Rone! I’ll tell you. Right Jer?

Lewis: Zippy doo dah, Deany, darling! Get a load of the dress she’s wearing, Dean. Two arm holes, loosely tied together. Wow wee, what a dress! (laughter)

Monroe: Oh, it’s nothing much just (laughter) . . . just something I threw on.

Lewis: You almost missed, didn’t ya? (laughter)

Martin: Yeah!

Monroe: Gee, thanks boys. Do you really think this gown does something for me?

Martin: Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, but it does a lot more for us. What . . . what is it made of? Silk?

Monroe: As a matter of fact, it’s just plain cotton.

Lewis: Cotton? I’ve seen more cotton at tope of a bottle of Aspirin.

Monroe: I better talk to the wardrobe mistress about this dress. It’s so tight I nearly wore myself out putting it on.

Martin: Poor girl, are you all in? (laughter)

Monroe: Gosh! Gosh, I hope so! (laughter)

Lewis: Gee, Ms. Monroe, Dean and I saw your last picture, Niagara. It was a “Dar:” A positive “Dar!”

Monroe: What was the audience reaction to the picture in the theater?

Martin: After your first scene, they served the Hershey bars in Dixie cups! (laughter)

Lewis: Dean?

Martin: Yes?

Lewis: You better concentrate on the script.

Martin: It’s your turn! (laughter)

Lewis: Oh! (laughter) We had a cocktail party at my house with a bar tender and everything, and we showed home movies of your picture, Ms. Monroe.

Monroe: Now, you’re not going to tell me that when I came on the screen that the ice in the drinks melted?

Lewis: Oh no! That would be silly (Jerry laughs). The bartender melted!

Monroe: Oh, you fellas are just kidding.

Martin: Kidding? Remember the scene where you were kissing your boyfriend?

Monroe: Yes.

Lewis: Right in the middle, my canary threw himself to the cat! (laughter) Ah, Ms. Monroe, if you go out with me after the show I’ll buy you a bottle of perfume . . .

Martin: You’re wasting your time, Jer. Marilyn would rather go out with somebody like me.

Monroe: That’s right. I’m a blonde, and I like to go out with tall, dark, handsome men. You see, opposites attract.

Lewis: Then you’ll love me. I’m just the opposite. (laughter)

Monroe: Look Jerry, you’re a man, and I’m a woman.

Lewis: Now that we’ve chosen sides, let play. (laughter)

Martin: Won’t you give up, Jer. Marilyn prefers me. I’ve gone out with women that would not even look at you.

Lewis: So what? I’ve gone out with women who wouldn’t look at me either.
Monroe: Okay Jerry, supposing I do go out with you, what will we do?

Lewis: Well, we’ll get in my car and drive up Lookout Mountain, and when we get to the top . . .

Monroe: Yes?

Lewis: LOOK OUT! (laughter)

Monroe: No Jerry, if I went out with you it might get into the newspaper, and you know how some newspapers will do anything for a story.

Martin: Well, we do about that type of newspaper, Marilyn, but we can paint a better picture if we dramatize it. So Wallington start dramatizing.

Announcer: The Chesterfield – buy them by the carton players – presents Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis, and Marilyn Monroe in a dramatic newspaper yarn. It’s the story of a cold-blooded newspaper editor who has no friends, but who is loved by Marilyn Monroe entitled . . . So Who Needs Friends?

(phone rings)

Lewis (as Editor): Yello. This is the Morning Hangover. What? Just a minute. I’ll get the pressroom.

(buzzer heard)

Martin (as printer): Hello. Pressroom. What is it chief?

Lewis: Quick, tear out the front page.

Martin: Why?

Lewis: My mother just bought a new garbage pail, and she needs something to line it with.

Monroe: Hello chief. Tell me baby doll, what’s cooking.

Lewis: I am. Get off my lap!

Monroe: I’ve got a head line for ya, chief: Noted Doctor Advocates Fish Breeding for a Hobby.

Lewis: It’s too long. Cut it down.

Monroe: What will I say?

Lewis: Surgeon Urgin’ Sturgeon Mergin’. Come on baby, give us a kiss.

(kissing noises)

Martin (as publisher, opens door): Editor Lewis, I’m the publisher of this paper, and I’m not paying you to kiss our star reporter. Spending all your time kissing doesn’t increase our circulation.

Lewis: But it increases mine!

Monroe: I . . . I can explain Publisher Martin. I just came in to show him my wardrobe the I’m going to take along on my vacation. This is my hunting outfit.

Martin: Hunting outfit? But that’s a backless, strapless gown! You don’t know your clothes.

Monroe: You don’t know what I’m hunting.

Martin: I should have known better than to hire a woman reporter.

Monroe: Just a minute, sir. I’m a newspaperman. I’m not a woman.

Lewis: You’re not? I think we have a scoop.

Monroe: I mean, while I’m on this paper I don’t want to be thought of as a woman. I want to be though of as a man.

Martin: Okay, but I hope we get adjoining lockers at the “Y”.

(phone rings)

Lewis: Yello. Morning Hangover.

Announcer: Hello chief. Remember Detroit Danny?

Lewis: You mean the gangster who was almost beaten to death last week with a bag of wet chicken livers?

Announcer: Yeah. Well, he was shot to death, and I found the slug.

Lewis: I know how Detroit Danny got knocked off. He was trying to blackmail Eskimo Eddie.

Monroe: Chief, if you print that story Eddie will kill you, and I’ll be alone.

Martin: Wanna’ bet?!?

Monroe: Chief, darling, don’t do it. Kiss me, kiss me, kiss me.

Lewis: Ah . . . stop your naggin’! (laughter)

Monroe: I don’t want you to get killed. I’m a woman. I want loving arms around me.

Lewis: Don’t worry. If I’m killed, somebody will come along tomorrow.

Monroe: Yeah, but what am I going to do tonight? (laughter) I don’t want you murdered. Give up your job, and I’ll marry you.

Lewis: What other work could I get?
Martin: Well, don’t worry about it, kid. You’re young. You can always live on love.

Monroe: Yes. Give up your job, and we’ll have kisses for breakfast, kisses for lunch, kisses for supper.

Lewis: Gosh! Kisses for breakfast, kisses for lunch, kisses for supper. Okay, it’s a deal, baby, but I’m warning ya’ . . .

Monroe: About what?

Lewis: Don’t let me ever catch you having any meal.


> The RedBook Award

> Les lauréats du prix Redbook 1952 sont:
-Marilyn Monroe "Best Young Box-Office Personality"
-Julie Harris "Best Young Actress"
-Leslie Caron "Best Young Foreign Actress"
-Marge and Gower Champion "Best Young Dance Team"
-Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis "Best Young Comedians"

> ci-dessous: Leslie Caron, Dean Martin, Marilyn Monroe,
Wade H Nichols et Jerry Lewis.

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> La coupe
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>> Vidéo 1: la remise du prix (en entier)

>> Vidéo 2 : remise du prix (coupée)
 

>> Vidéo 3: Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis, Marilyn et Leslie Caron


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19/06/1954 Marilyn récompensée par la légion US

La joyeuse parade
Sur le tournage

1954_july_AmericanLegion_forKoreaSupport_award_1Le 19 juin 1954, Marilyn Monroe reçoit un trophée "Testimonial Appreciation" décerné par "The American Legion", à Morningside Park dans la ville d'Inglewood (en Californie), pour son soutien des troupes américaines en Corée où la star se produisit sur scène devant les GIs en février de la même année. Marilyn étant en tournage du film There's no business like show business ("La Joyeuse Parade"), elle porte une des tenues du film.
On 1954 June 19, Marilyn Monroe is presented with a trophy and plaque of "Testimonial Appreciation"
, by Lewis K. Gough past National Commander of the American Legion, at Idlewood, California, for her Morale building activities on behalf of the armed forces in Korea in February. Miss Monroe is currently starring in 'There's No Business Like Show Business'.

Discours de Marilyn:
"Merci. Je remercie tous les membres de la légion américaine."

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>  De gauche à droite:
Charles Sharitt, E.L. Gualano, Gough, Joe Koller,
Marilyn Monroe, Robert B. Jahn,George McCormack et James L. Hughes.

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 >> Vidéo: la remise du prix à Marilyn
 


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9/02/1953 Marilyn reçoit le prix Photoplay

1952_photoplay_price_1Le 9 février 1953, Marilyn Monroe reçoit le prix "The New Star Award" ("Le prix de la nouvelle star") du magazine Photoplay de "Rapid Rise to Stardom in 1952" ("L'accès le plus rapide à la célébrité pour l'année 1952"). La remise de prix eut lieu dans une salle du Beverly Hills Hotel. C'est Fred Sammis qui lui remet le prix.
In February 9, 1953, Marilyn Monroe is awarded the "The New Star Award" by 'Photoplay' magazine of the "Rapid Rise to Stardom in 1952". The award ceremony tooks place in a room at the Beverly Hills Hotel. This is Fred Sammis who gives her the price.

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Son fiancé Joe DiMaggio ayant horreur des galas hollywoodiens, Marilyn était ainsi accompagnée de son ami journaliste Sidney Skolsky.
Her fiance Joe DiMaggio hates Hollywood Party, so Marilyn was accompanied by friend and journalist Sidney Skolsky.

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> Marilyn entourée de Dean Martin et Jerry Lewis
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Pour cette réception, Marilyn portait la désormais célèbre robe en lamé doré, cousue sur elle, et conçue par Billy Travilla, le costumier styliste des studios de la Fox. Une robe créée pour le film Les Hommes préfèrent les Blondes, et dont la majorité de la scène sera finalement coupée au montage, et on pense en deviner la raison: lors de cette soirée de la remise du prix Photoplay, Marilyn va déclencher à nouveau un scandale dont l'origine n'est autre que sa tenue, jugée -encore une fois- vulgaire ! Le lancement de cette campagne anti-Marilyn fut menée par l'actrice Joan Crawford qui était présente à cette soirée. Marilyn lui ayant volée la vedette, Crawford s'attaqua à Marilyn par jalousie. D'ailleurs le lendemain, un article paru dans le Los Angeles Mirror rapportera qu' "à côté de Marilyn, toutes les autres (actrices) paraissaient bien ternes".
For the reception party, Marilyn wears the now famous gold lamé dress, sewn on her, and designed by Billy Travilla, the costume designer of Fox studios. A dress created for the film Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, and from it the majority of the scene will be eventually edited out, and we think guess why: during the evening of the award Photoplay, Marilyn will trigger a new scandal whose origin is none other than her outfit, judged -again- vulgar! The launch of the anti-Marilyn campaign was led by actress Joan Crawford who was present at this event. Marilyn has stolen the limelight, Crawford attacked Marilyn by jealousy. And the next day, an article in the 'Los Angeles Mirror' will say that "next to Marilyn, all other (actresses) seemed very dull."

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> Marilyn avec Dan Dailey
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>> Photo de Murray Garrett >> 
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>> Photo de Phil Stern >> 
Marilyn avec Bill Goetz

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 > encart publicitaire de 1953
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>>  captures 1 (remise du prix)
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       >>  captures 2 (répétitions) 
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>>  captures 3 (présentation du prix) 
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 >> Vidéo 1: remise du prix

>> Vidéo 2: reception du prix et tournage des remerciements
 


> dans la presse
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Article 1/
TIME Magazine article of February 23, 1953
Article 2/
Fitchburg Sentinel Massachusetts of March 2, 1953


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Marilyn élue le cadeau de noël 1951 des GIs

Marilyn Monroe est élue en décembre 1951 "Le plus beau cadeau de noël que tous les soldats aimeraient trouver au pied du sapin".
Marilyn Monroe is e
lected in December 1951 ""The Christmas gift every GI would find in their chimney".

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20/02/1948 Marilyn élue Artichoke Queen

Marilyn Monroe élue "Artichoke Queen" ("Reine de l'artichaut") le 20 février 1948 par la ville de Salinas, en Californie, lors d'une promotion dans une boutique de diamants où Marilyn a signé des autographes.
Marilyn
Monroe elected "Artichoke Queen"
in February 20, 1948 by the City of Salinas, California, during a promotion in a diamond shop where she signs autographs. 


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Bien qu'il y avait déjà beaucoup d'artichauts à Castroville en Février 1948, le festival de l'Artichaut à Castroville n'existait cependant pas encore. Marilyn était à Salinas et Castroville pour promouvoir une vente de diamant pour un bijoutier local et profiter de la publicité pour sa propre carrière.
Tout a commencé quand Jim Seedman et Stan Seedman décidèrent de promouvoir la vente de leurs diamants pour leurs deux boutiques respectives. Jim était propriétaire de la boutique "Carlyle's Jewelry Stores" à Salinas et Stan d'une boutique à Hollywood. Ils étaient partenaires dans les deux bijouteries. Stan apprit par un vendeur de diamants de Los Angeles, qui avait travaillé à temps partiel pour la promotion de star de cinéma, qu'ils pouvaient louer les services d'une jeune starlette pour cette campagne publicitaire. Ils optèrent pour le choix d'une starlette nommée Doreen Nash mais celle-ci annula son engagement à la dernière minute. Ainsi ils se tournèrent vers une autre jeune starlette du nom de scène "Marilyn Monroe".
Stan l'amena pour une semaine à Salinas pour la promotion de leur vente de diamants. Elle résida au vieil hôtel Jeffery. Les choses évoluèrent assez vite dans leur travail si bien qu'ils se retrouvèrent à avoir une journée de libre le jeudi. Stan est allé à la réunion du jeudi des Kiwanis à Salinas et se retrouva assis à côté de Randy Barsotti, le directeur de la locale Bank of America. Stan lui raconta qu'il était l'hôte d'une starlette et qu'ils avaient une journée de libre. Randy suggéra qu'ils se rendent chez un ami photographe Cal Choke pour une séance photos. C'est à ce moment là que Randy eut l'idée de la surnommer "la Reine de l'Artichaut" (Artichoke Queen) !
Seedman se souvient de la visite de Miss Monroe et de son impact sur la petite ville. Les artichauts étaient beaux mais la jeune Marilyn les dépassait ! Le premier magasin commanda 200 photos de Miss Monroe pour une séance de signature d'autographes au magasin de Main Street mais leur nombre se révéla rapidement insuffisant par l'afflux de fans qui comprenait les écoliers et les jeunes mères de famille. "Nous ne savions pas que cela partirait aussi vite" s'exclama Seedman. Beaucoup plus de photos furent commandées et "avant la fin de la semaine, il en avait été distribuée plus de 1000". Personne aujourd'hui encore ne peut dire combien de diamants ont été vendus mais la publicité sur la Reine de l'Artichaut demeure le plus grand évènement.
Miss Monroe a attiré une foule si importante pour la petite ville de Salinas qu'il a fallu avoir recours à deux policiers devant le magasin pour contrôler la densité de la foule. "Nous n'avons jamais été aussi entassés dans le magasin" admis Seedman impressionné. Avant les artichauts étaient souvent ignorés des étals des épiciers puis soudain, ils ont eu du succès ! 

Although there were already a lot of artichokes in Castroville in February 1948, however, the Artichoke festival in Castroville  didn't yet exist. Marilyn was in Salinas and Castroville to promote the sale of diamond for a local jeweler and enjoy the publicity for his own career.
It all started when Jim and Stan Seedman decided to promote the sale of their diamonds for their two respective shops. Jim was the owner of the shop "Carlyle's Jewelry Stores" in Salinas and Stan has a shop in Hollywood. They were partners in both jewelers. Stan learned from a diamond seller in Los Angeles, who worked part-time for the promotion of movie star, that they could hire the services of a young starlet for this campaign. They opted for the choice of a starlet named Doreen Nash but she canceled her commitment at the last minute. So they turned to another young starlet stage name "Marilyn Monroe".
Stan took her for a week in Salinas to promote the sale of diamonds. She resided at the old hotel Jeffery. Things evolved quickly in their work so they found themselves to have a day off on Thursday. Stan went to the Kiwanis Thursday' meeting in Salinas and found himself sitting next to Randy Barsotti, the director of the local Bank of America. Stan told him he was the host of a starlet and they had a free day. Randy suggested they go to a photographer friend Cal Choke for a photoshoot sitting. It was at that time that Randy had the idea of ​​the nickname "Artichoke Queen" !
Seedman remembers the visit of Miss Monroe and its impact on the town. Artichokes were beautiful but the young Marilyn exceeded them ! The first shop ordered 200 photos of Miss Monroe for a signing autographs at the Main Street store but their numbers quickly proved insufficient by the influx of fans that included schoolchildren and young mothers. "We didn't know it would go so fast !",  exclaimed Seedman. Many more photos were commissioned and "before the end of the week, it was distributed more over 1000." Nobody today can say how many diamonds were sold but advertising Artichoke Queen remains the largest event.
Miss Monroe has attracted such a large crowd to the small town of Salinas that he had to use two policemen in front of the store to control the density of the crowd. "We have never been crammed into the store" admitted Seedman impressed. Before that event, artichokes were often ignored in the grocers' shops and then suddenly they were successful !

> un ticket de participation à la promotion de vente de diamants
et l'une des photographies signée par Marilyn

 
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> dans la presse
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