06 juin 2014

Recherche de fans de Marilyn pour une interview

gif_tvmarilynDans le cadre d’une série documentaire consacré à Marilyn Monroe, la réalisatrice cherche à interviewer des « fans » de Marilyn, résidant de préférence sur Paris ou la région parisienne.
Si vous êtes intéressés, merci de contacter la production par mail à pa@principe-actif.org

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03 juin 2014

11/10/1954 Sur le tournage de "There's no business..."

Le 11 octobre 1954, Marilyn Monroe sur le tournage du film "La Joyeuse Parade". 
In October, 11, 1954 Marilyn Monroe on the set of "There's no business like show business".
> voir les photographies de Marilyn sur le tournage de There's no business 1 


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2/06/1948 Los Angeles Press Ball

Le 2 juin 1948, Marilyn Monroe officie en tant qu'hôtesse d'acceuil à la fête du Los Angeles Press Ball. Elle porte l'une des tenues du film Les Reines du Music-Hall .
In June 2, 1948, Marilyn Monroe is the a hostess at the party for the Los Angeles Press Ball. She is wearing one of the outfits from the movie Ladies of the Chorus.

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Fête for Marilyn Monroe de Bob Willoughby

Fête for Marilyn Monroe
Article published on May, 29, 2014
by Iona Kirby
online on blog willoughbyphotos

bob_ray-1“My agent Charles Block called to tell me that 20th Century Fox had a press call for a party that was to honor Marilyn Monroe, and he wanted me to cover it. Ray Anthony, the popular band leader, had written a song called Marilyn and there would no doubt be other celebrities to photograph.

I told him that I just didn’t feel this was my kind of photography, but the logic of his argument was too irresistible: “You need money to pay the bills, and anything you get on Monroe will sell!”

Reluctantly, I went. There were at least 50 other Hollywood photographers there, waiting for Marilyn to arrive. Fox had flown Marilyn from the studio to the party in a helicopter, hoping to make a dramatic entrance. As the chopper was landing, the downdraft blew all of the umbrellas, the sheet music from the orchestra, several ladies’ hats and God knows what into the pool. I was standing up above, laughing at this scene.

The photographers all rushed toward the landing helicopter, and I just stood where I was. And then an amazing thing happened: Marilyn walked right up to me, with all of the other photographers trailing behind her. For one very brief moment, I had her alone. It was probably the only single shot made of her like that, and it was just pure luck.

As I was about to take the photograph, and looking down at her through my reflex viewfinder, I could feel the hairs on the back of my neck rising. Marilyn had some sort of energy field that it would seem she could switch on or off when she posed, which I don’t think I will ever see again. Hollywood’s publicity departments called it sex appeal and thought it was achieved by showing cleavage, but they missed the point. This attractive energy is something you are born with. It is there to see at any age. Some people have more, some less, and I prefer to call it gender.”

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02 juin 2014

Expo: MARILYN The Lost Photographs of a Hollywood Star


MARILYN: The Lost Photographs of a Hollywood Star
Article published on 26 May 2014
by Todd Klick
online on limitedruns

Limited Runs is pleased to announce the exclusive release MARILYN: The Lost Photographs of a Hollywood Star. The collection of fine art prints feature previously unavailable or unseen photographs of the Hollywood legend, taken by five fascinating lensmen who stepped into the icon’s life at the right place, and the right time. These uncovered images are offered for the first time as fine art prints. - See more at: http://www.limitedruns.com/blog/movie/marilyn-the-lost-photographs-of-a-hollywood-star/#sthash.q6HIf8pa.dpuf

Limited Runs is pleased to announce the exclusive release MARILYN: The Lost Photographs of a Hollywood Star. The collection of fine art prints feature previously unavailable or unseen photographs of the Hollywood legend, taken by five fascinating lensmen who stepped into the icon’s life at the right place, and the right time. These uncovered images are offered for the first time as fine art prints. 

The photographers featured:

limited-Whitey-Marilyn2Allan “Whitey” Snyder, born in California, started his career as an assistant make-up artist on the 1948 film, The Walls of Jericho. Later, he worked as head make-up artist on Rosemary’s Baby (1968), Little House on the Prairie (1981) and Highway to Heaven (1984). He was nominated twice for Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Make-Up, including one for Marilyn: The Untold Story. Assigned to do Miss Monroe’s make-up for her first Twentieth Century Fox screen test in 1946, Snyder went on to develop a close working relationship with Monroe, and became best known as her personal make-up artist. Towards the end of Monroe’s life, she asked Snyder to prepare her face if she were to die before him. He fulfilled that promise in 1962, and was a pallbearer at her funeral.


Taken by Snyder in August 1953 while on location filming River of No Return with Robert Mitchum. Look Magazine sent a photographer to this photo shoot. Milton H. Greene was assigned to shoot the cover image when he met Marilyn for the first time. Milton sent Marilyn proofs from this first sitting and Marilyn responded by sending him two dozen roses and called to say “they were the most beautiful pictures she had ever seen” and asked Milton to be her official photographer. 

limited-Milton-GreeneMilton H. Greene was awarded a scholarship to Pratt Institute, but decided to pursue a photography career instead. In his early twenties, he became known as the “Color Photographer’s Wonder Boy.” His fashion shots appeared in Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue. He also photographed many high profile personalities in the ’50s and ’60s, including Frank Sinatra, Audrey Hepburn, Grace Kelly, Elizabeth Taylor, Judy Garland and numerous others. But it was Greene’s iconic images of Marilyn Monroe, as her official photographer, that changed the course of his career.


On Sunday, April 15, 1956, with a day off during filming of Bus Stop, Marilyn and Milton held a photo shoot on the 20th Century-Fox backlot, officially known as the “Grey Fur” and “Gypsy” sittings.

limited-rayEmployed as a sound engineer for ABC television, Caesars Casino in Las Vegas, and Capitol Records, Lani Carlson worked with Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, Ann Margaret, and The Beatles.
Posing as a photographer for the Chicago Tribune, Lani talked his way into press parties and Academy Award celebrations where he photographed celebrities like Cary Grant, Elizabeth Taylor, Clark Cable, Fred Astaire, and Marilyn Monroe.

In 1960, United Artists hired the Reno, Nevada-based cinematographer, Thomas “Doc” Kaminski, to document the filming of The Misfits, starring Clark Gable, Montgomery Clift and Marilyn Monroe. While Kaminski filmed the making of the movie, he also shot stills of the actors on set, which he mailed to his family. Those private, unpublished photos, which gathered dust for over 40 years, captured a natural and relaxed Monroe, as well as her serious acting side.


 Little is known about Los Angeles photographer, Mischa Pelz. However, after a Southern California earthquake revealed one of Pelz’s print boxes in the late photographer’s storage room, Pelz’s former assistant discovered lost photos of Marilyn Monroe that Pelz had shot one sunny afternoon in 1953—images of a burgeoning superstar the public has never seen. 


> View the entire collection MARILYN: The Lost Photographs of a Hollywood Star

The collection will be available for public viewing starting in June with dates in Hollywood and San Francisco, and New York City in July with additional dates to follow in the fall.

The current dates of the exhibit are:

  • June 6, 2014 – Boulevard3, 6523 W. Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90028 (formerly the historic Hollywood Athletic Club)
  • June 19th through June 21st 2014 – Sarah Stocking Gallery, 368 Jackson Street, San Francisco, California 94111 (located in the heart of downtown San Francisco in historic Jackson Square)
  • July 22nd through July 26th 2014 – RASA TriBeCa Gallery, 37 Walker Street, New York, NY 10013

01 juin 2014

Photos de "The Prince and the Showgirl" sc 6

Le prince et la danseuse
   Photos scène 6

  > Photographies de Milton Greene
Photographs of Milton Greene 

 - Elsie (Marilyn Monroe) et le régent Charles (Laurence Olivier)
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- le valet violoncelliste (Andrea Melandrinos)
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- Elsie (Marilyn Monroe) et le régent Charles (Laurence Olivier)
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  - Elsie (Marilyn Monroe) , le régent Charles (Laurence Olivier)
et le serviteur Northbrook (Richard Wattis)
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- Les serviteurs transportent Elsie (Marilyn Monroe) dans le lit
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Scène coupée

Elsie (Marilyn Monroe) salue le régent Charles (Laurence Olivier)

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Sur le tournage - scène coupée

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Joyeux Anniversaire Marilyn


 Ce 1er juin 2014,
Marilyn fêterait
ses 88 ans...

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 ! Happy Birthday
Miss Monroe !

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This June 1st, 2014,
Marilyn would celebrate
her 88 years old... 


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Pays: Espagne


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31 mai 2014

Portraits pour The Prince and the Showgirl scène 6

Le prince et la danseuse
Photos Publicitaires

   > Photographies de Milton H. Greene
Photographs of Milton H. Greene

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Les Dossiers d'Enquetes Criminelles Juin-Août 2014

M3519Le magazine français Les Dossiers d'Enquetes Criminelles spécial célébrités n°4, paru le 28 mai 2014, pour les mois de Juin à Août 2014, consacre un article à Marilyn Monroe qui figure en photo sur la couverture: "Marilyn 10 secrets bien gardés". 
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