03 septembre 2013

Paris Match 17/03/1962

pm_M0007854Le magazine Paris Match n°675, du 17 mars 1962, consacrait un article sur Marilyn et Arthur Miller: "Marilyn et Arthur, enfin heureux... mais pas tout à fait de la même manière: Arthur au coin du feu. Marilyn dans les boîtes de nuit".

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Marilyn Monroe: From Beginning to End

Marilyn Monroe, From Beginning to End :
Newly Discovered Photographs by Earl Leaf
from the Michael Ochs Archives
Author: Michael Ventura
Photographer: Earl Leaf

earl_leafDate de sortie: juin 1997
Broché 144 pages
Langue: anglais

Éditeur: Cassell Illustrated
Prix : 25 Euros
ISBN-13: 978-0713726862 
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Description: Her platinum blonde hair and distinctive birthmark have become cultural icons. Her rise from small-town girl to glamorous film superstar, her torrid romances, and her untimely and mysterious death have captured the imagination of people around the world for decades. Now take a fresh look at the life and times of Marilyn Monroe through newly discovered photographs and fascinating text filled with quotes from Marilyn Monroe herself as well as from the people who knew and loved her. Taken from the body of work of Earl Leaf a famous paparazzo photographer of the fifties and sixties, the exquisite images in this volume offer the fascinating illustrated life story of an incredible woman. Although thousands of reels of film were devoted to Marilyn during her lifetime few professionals photographed her over the span of time that Earl Leaf did. He was with her in 1950 before stardom came and was still on the some in 1962 when her life hit the rocks. Because of this, his work offers an unforgettable glimpse into the life and career of an unforgettable woman. 

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02 septembre 2013

Mai 1956 Passeport de Marilyn

En mai 1956, Marilyn Monroe obtient son passeport afin de se rendre à Londres où elle doit tourner "Le Prince et la danseuse".
Il est intéressant de remarquer qu'à la mention du "père", Marilyn a indiqué le nom de "Edward Mortensen".

In May 1956, Marilyn Monroe gets her passport to travel to London, where she will shot "The Prince and the Showgirl."
It is interesting to notice that on the mention of "father," Marilyn gave the name "Edward Mortensen."


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Marilyn Monroe: A case for murder

Marilyn Monroe: A case for murder
Author: Jay Margolis

book_a_case_2011_coverDate de sortie: août 2011
Broché 441 pages
Langue: anglais

Éditeur: iUniverse.com
Prix : 45 Euros
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Description: It is one of the greatest mysteries of the twentieth century. How did Marilyn Monroe die? Although no pills were found in her stomach during the autopsy, it was still documented in the Los Angeles coroner's report that she had swallowed sixty-four sleeping pills prior to her demise. In Marilyn Monroe: A Case for Murder, biographer Jay Margolis presents the most thorough investigation of Marilyn Monroe's death to date and shares how he reached the definitive conclusion that she was murdered.
Margolis meticulously dissects the events leading up to her death, revealing a major conspiracy and countless lies. In an exclusive interview with actress Jane Russell three months before her death, he reveals Russell's belief that Monroe was murdered and points the finger at the man she held responsible. While examining the actions of Peter Lawford, Bobby Kennedy, and Monroe's psychiatrist, Dr. Ralph Greenson, Margolis establishes a timeline of her last day alive that leads to shocking revelations.
In August 1962, Marilyn Monroe's lifeless body was found on her bed, leaving all to wonder what really happened to the beautiful young starlet. Marilyn Monroe: A Case for Murder provides a fascinating examination of one of the most puzzling deaths of all time.

> 4ème de couverture (back cover)

> sommaire (content)
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Photos de The Seven Year Itch 3

Sept ans de réflexion
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Richard Sherman (Tom Ewell) imagines que sa voisine 'la fille' (Marilyn Monroe) vient le voir chez lui et l'écoute jouer au piano du Rachmaninov.
Richard Sherman (Tom Ewell) imagines that her neighbor 'the girl' (Marilyn Monroe) comes to see him and listen him playing Rachmaninov at the piano.

 > Photographies de Sam Shaw
Photographs of Sam Shaw
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art - par Charles Fazzino

Pop Art by Charles Fazzino


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01 septembre 2013

Publicité Railway Express Agency

Année: Mai 1954
Marque / Produit: Railway Express Agency
Pays:  USA


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Publicité Capitol Record

Année: 25/06/1955
Marque / Produit: Capitol Record (The Billboard)
Pays:  USA 


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 Arrêt d'Autobus
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20/01/1961 Divorce Miller

Le 20 janvier 1961, Marilyn Monroe quitte New York en compagnie de son attaché de presse Pat Newcomb et de son avocat new-yorkais Aaron Frosch pour se rendre au Mexique (à Juarez, via El Paso, une ville du Texas) afin de finaliser son divorce d'avec Arthur Miller qui n'était pas présent: il avait signé une renonciation de ses droits à contester une demande unilatérale de divorce. Et en ce même jour, Miller assiste à la cérémonie d'investiture du Président Kennedy à Washington.
In January 20, 1961, Marilyn Monroe leaves New York with her publicist Pat Newcomb and her New York lawyer Aaron Frosch to go to Mexico (in Juarez, via El Paso, Texas) to finalize the divorce with Arthur Miller who was not there: he signed a waiver of his right to challenge an unilateral divorce. And that same day, Miller attended the Inaugural Adress and Bal of President Kennedy in Washington.

Le divorce du couple est prononcé pour "incompatibilité d’humeur" par le juge Miguel Gomez Guerra.
Arthur Miller obtient la garde de leur chien (basset) Hugo et conserve sa propriété à Roxbury; il n'y a pas de pension.
The couple's divorce is pronounced for "irreconcilable differences" by Judge Miguel Gomez Guerra.
Arthur Miller keeps their dog Hugo and retains its house in Roxbury; there is no pension.

> Marilyn quitte son appartement new-yorkais
Marilyn leaves her New York Apartment
(au 444 East 57th Street)
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