02 avril 2022

24/02/1947, Hollywood, CBS - Interview au Lux Radio Theatre

Cet épisode de l'émission du "Lux Radio Theatre" est diffusé le 24 février 1947 sur les ondes de la CBS et enregistrée à Hollywood. Ce programme radiophonique avait la particularité de diffuser des adaptations radio de scènes de pièces de théâtre ou de films, avec la participation d'acteurs de cinéma, sur scène, devant un public. Entre les représentations scéniques, d'autres invités sont interviewés, comme c'est le cas ici de Marilyn. Chacun des intervenants est rémunéré. L'émission a un tel succès qu'elle durera près de 20 ans (entre 1934 et 1955); les studios sont basés à New York entre 1934 et 1936 puis prennent ensuite place à Hollywood jusqu'en 1955 du 1615 North Vine Street, dans les studios de CBS Radio Playhouse.
Cette émission du 24 février 1947 met en scène l'actrice Paulette Goddard qui rejoue des scènes de son film Kitty sorti en 1945.

This episode of the "Lux Radio Theater" program was broadcast on February 24, 1947 on CBS and recorded in Hollywood. This radio program has the particularity of broadcasting radio adaptations of scenes from plays or films, with the participation of film actors, on stage, in front of an audience. Between the stage performances, other guests are interviewed, as is the case here with Marilyn. Each of the contributors is paid. The show was so successful that it would last almost 20 years (between 1934 and 1955); the studios are based in New York between 1934 and 1936 then take place in Hollywood until 1955 at 1615 North Vine Street, in the studios of CBS Radio Playhouse.
This issue of February 24, 1947 also features actress Paulette Goddard who reenacts scenes from her film Kitty released in 1945.

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CBS Studio - 1615 North Vine Street, Hollywood (1942)

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Scène du Lux Radio Theatre (1948)

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Paulette Goddard, Lux Radio Theatre ("Front Page Woman", 1939)

1947-02-24-Hollywood-Lux_Radio_Theatre-William_Keighley-1950   C'est William Keighley (photo ci-contre), l'un des présentateurs des émissions "Lux Radio Theatre" qui interviewe ici Marilyn Monroe: il la présente comme la "blonde aux yeux bleus" ayant été découverte par l'armée avant de signer un contrat chez la 20th Century Fox après avoir passé des essais en couleur. Marilyn lui répond qu'elle a été "chanceuse" et explique que les essais passés étaient destinés pour le film "The Shocking Miss Pilgrim" (sorti en salle le 4 janvier 1947 aux USA) en détaillant par la suite les techniques modernes de pellicule de l'industrie cinématographique.
Marilyn est payée 100 Dollars pour participer à ce show radio et a signé le contrat le 19 février 1947.

It is William Keighley (picture opposite), one of the presenters and producers-host of the "Lux Radio Theatre" shows who interviews Marilyn Monroe here: he presents her as the "blue-eyed blonde" who was discovered by the army before signing a contract with the 20th Century Fox after passing color screen test. Marilyn replies that she was "lucky" and explains that the screen tests were intended for the film "The Shocking Miss Pilgrim" (released on US screens on January 4, 1947) detailing later the modern film techniques of the Film Industry.
Marilyn is paid 100 Dollars to participate in this radio show and signed the contract on February 19, 1947.

- Contrat du 19 février 1947
20th Century Fox Film Corporation

& J Walter Thompson Company -
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Lux Radio Theatre broadcast Marilyn Monroe


sources:
article Lux Radio Theatre sur wikipedia

contrat Lux Radio Theatre vendu en 2007 sur Swann Auction Galleries


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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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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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10 février 2012

12/06/1955, New York - Interview NBC avec Dave Garroway

Le dimanche 12 juin 1955, Marilyn Monroe donne une interview à la radio de NBC, en répondant aux questions du journaliste Dave Garroway dans la première émission de NBC Monitor de 20h00 à 20h30.
Marilyn exprime son admiration pour la ville de Brooklyn, son "lieu préféré au monde", "la meilleure vue, les gens, les rues, l'atmosphère"; et quand le journaliste lui demande quelle sont ses personnes préférées à New York, elle répond en premier "Ella Fitzgerald, la plus grande chanteuse", puis Frank Sinatra pour son "style" et aussi Sammy Davis Jr.
La chanson "Heat Wave" est diffusée et dans le reste de l'entretien, Marilyn exprime son désir de s'accomplir en tant qu'actrice, ses débuts à la Fox où durant un an, elle n'a tourné que dans "Scudda Hoo Scudda Hay"; qu'elle est reconnaissante pour son succès mais que parfois elle souhaite être elle-même à l'extérieur et elle porte une perruque pour se fondre dans la masse.
Quand Garroway lui demande quel serait l'objet qu'elle sauverait s'il y aurait le feu chez elle, elle répond des "livres".

On Sunday June 12, 1955, Marilyn Monroe gives an interview on NBC radio, answering questions from reporter Dave Garroway on the first NBC Monitor show from 8:00 p.m to 8:30 p.m.
Marilyn expresses her admiration for the city of Brooklyn, her "favorite place in the world", "the best view, the people, the streets, the atmosphere" and whe  the journalist asks to her what is her favorite people in New York, she answers first "Ella Fitzgerald, the greatest singer", and Frank Sinatra for his "style" and also Sammy Davis Jr.
The song "Heat Wave" is played and in the rest of the interview, Marilyn expresses her desire to accomplish herself as an actress, her debut at Fox where for a year, she only shot in "Scudda Hoo Scudda Hay"; that she is grateful for her success but sometimes she wishes to be herself outside and she wears a wig to be like anyboy.
When Garroway asks her what material thing she would save if there was a fire in her house, she replies some "books".

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- L'émission de 30 min en écoute sur Sounds of NBC Monitor  -
(de 15min 30sec à 26min 50sec)


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17 août 2010

1960 The Bob Crane Show

The Bob Crane Show était une émission radiophonique sur KNX-CBS Radio de Los Angeles, animée par Bob Crane (qui deviendra par la suite connu pour son rôle dans la série 'Papa Schultz').
Bob Crane est dans les studios de la 20th Century Fox pour enregistrer une émission en direct. Marilyn Monroe arrive au micro, juste après avoir répété un numéro musical du film "Le Milliardaire" ("Let's Make Love").  

The Bob Crane Show was a radio show on KNX-CBS Radio in Los Angeles, presented by Bob Crane (who will be celeb with the TV soap 'Hogan's Heroes').
Bob
Crane is at Fox Studios doing a "live" broadcast and Marilyn Monroe comes in out of breath from rehearsing a number for "Let's Make Love". 


> Marilyn Monroe et Bob Crane
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> L'interview (non complète)


> retranscription de l'extrait de l'interview

Marilyn Monroe: I rehearse in it.

Bob Crane: Is it kind of a dancer's outfit thing that you're wearing?

MM: No, just a pair of slacks and sort of an old sweater.

BC: It's a nice old sweater... a nice old pair of slacks.
[Marilyn laughs]

MM: Are we on, Bob?

BC: Yes.

MM: Well, I've been rehearsing all day--

BC: Yeah.

MM: I'm still out of breath.

BC: I'll let you get your breath for just a minute there. Marilyn, I've often wondered, being the sex symbol of the movies, are you ever offended when they –when men pass by you and whistle and things like that?

MM: I'm honoured.

BC: Really?

MM: Of course.

BC: Do you think most women are?

MM: Of course.

BC: That's the high point—is that a big compliment?

MM: Yes. Well, how about when you whistle at a girl or you feel like whistling?

BC: How was Jack Lemon to work with?

MM: Wonderful. He's a wonderful actor.

BC: He's a very funny guy. You're working with a funny guy in the new picture—TonyRandall.

MM: Yes, very funny.

BC: You wanna know something? This'll knock you back on the couch. I was supposed to test for this picture.
MM: YOU?! [Marilyn giggles]

BC: Did you mean that? [Acts hurt] Did you mean that with all that was inferred by the "YOU?!" I read a lot into that line.
[They laugh]

BC: No, really, the part that they gave to Tony Randall—the press agent part.

MM: Oh yes, mmm, mmm.

BC: What do you think? [About me playing the part]

MM: Well, Bob, it's nice meeting you and er, I hope I see you again.
[They laugh]


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28 juillet 2010

26/10/1952 Marilyn au Edgar Bergen Show

Le 26 octobre 1952, Marilyn Monroe est invitée au show radiophonique d'Edgar Bergen, un ventriloque, qui animait une émission avec deux marionnettes: Charlie McCarthy et Mortimer Snerd. Marilyn s'est prêtée au jeu, prenant des poses de séductrice avec les pantins. Elle était vêtue de la fameuse robe rouge du film Niagara. L'émission sera diffusée sur les ondes deux jours plus tard, le 28 octobre.

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>> Vidéo montage photo et extrait sonore du show

>> Sur le web: écouter l'émission sur  archive.org 
sélectionnez la 10ème piste


En répétition / Préparation du sketch

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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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20 janvier 2008

14/03/1954 Marilyn à CBS

Marilyn Monroe tenant le microphone de la CBS le 14 mars 1954,
elle participe à une émission de la station de radio

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09 décembre 2007

13/12/1953 Marilyn interviewée par Winchell à ABC

Marilyn Monroe à la station d'ABC en 1953
interviewée par le journaliste à potins Walter Winchell

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!! HELP !!
Si quelqu'un connait les circonstances de cette photo (date, lieu, et événement), merci de laisser un commentaire svp !!
To marilyn's fans: if someone knows the circumstances of that photo (date, place and event),  please let a comment ("commentaire") just below, thanks.


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> Les robes blanches et noires de Ceil Chapman
> Ceil Chapman's white and black dresses

article Les Robes Moulantes à fronces de Ceil Chapman


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08 novembre 2007

21/08/1952 Marilyn à la radio NBC

Le 21 août 1952 Marilyn Monroe enregistre dans l'émission de radio "Statement in full" sur la station NBC un spécial "Hollywood Star Playhouse" en différé. On lui fait visiter les locaux de la station radio qui se trouve à Manhattan, dans New York, et on lui montre le fonctionnement de l'enregistrement d'une émission, avec toutes les techniques et matériels utilisés. Quand à l'émission, elle sera diffusée sur les ondes dix jours plus tard, le 31 août. 
On 1952 August, 21, Marilyn Monroe record a special radio show called "Hollywood Star Playhouse" on the "Statement in full" program, on the NBC Radio Station in Manhattan. She visits the place, located ib Manhattan, New York City, and she is shown how a program is recorded, with all the techniques and materials used. The show will be diffused ten days after, on August 31. 
le programme radiophonique sur Hollywood Star Playhouse 

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 1952_08_21_manhattan_nbc_radio_061_040_1 1952_08_21_manhattan_nbc_radio_061_020_1  
1952_08_21_radio1 1952_08_21_radio2 
1952_08_21_manhattan_nbc_radio_063_010_2 1952_08_21_manhattan_nbc_radio_063_020_1 1952_mmnb1873
1952_08_21_manhattan_nbc_radio_062_010_1 1952_08_21_manhattan_nbc_radio_064_010_1 1952_08_21_manhattan_nbc_radio_064_010_2

> planche contact / contact sheet
1952-NBC_playhouse-1 
1952-NBC_playhouse-2   1952-NBC_playhouse-3 
1952-NBC_playhouse-4  1952-NBC_playhouse-5 


> photographies de Murray Garrett
MONROE__MARILYN_-_MURRAY_GARRETT297_001  MONROE__MARILYN_-_MURRAY_GARRETT236 
1952-MONROE__MARILYN_-_MURRAY_GARRETT_GRAPHIC_HOUSE424   1952-MONROE__MARILYN_-_MURRAY_GARRETT_GRAPHIC_HOUSE425 


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