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22 mai 2022

Dédicace pour Al Bacus

Dédicace d'une photographie de Marilyn Monroe
Marilyn Monroe dedication of a photography

 "To Al Bacus
My deepest thanks
and warmest regards
Marilyn Monroe.
"

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photographie de Frank Powolny

(source: vendu 10 000 $ à The Personal Property Of Goodman Basil Espy III, M.D du 14/11/2019)


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28 octobre 2021

Poses photographiques - Focus sur l'accessoire de l'étole de fourrure blanche

Portraits en étole de fourrure blanche
Portraits in white fur stole


Marilyn Monroe a posé à plusieurs reprises lors de séances photos - des portraits pris en studio - vêtue d'une étole en fourrure blanche, véhiculant ainsi l'image absolue du glamour hollywoodien. Petit tour d'horizon de ses séances photos:
Marilyn Monroe has posed several times during photoshoots - portraits taken in the studio - wearing a white fur stole, thus conveying the absolute image of Hollywood glamor. A brief overview of her photoshoots:

- 1950, Portraits de Edward Clark pour "Quand la ville dort" pour la Fox -
- 1950, Portraits by Edward Clark for "The Asphalt Jungle" for Fox Studios -
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- 1950, Portraits de Gene Kornman / Frank Powolny pour "Eve" pour la Fox -
- 1950, Portraits by Gene Kornman / Frank Powolny for "All about Eve" for Fox -
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- 1951, Portrait de Don Ornitz pour la presse magazine -
- 1951, Portrait by Don Ornitz for press magazine -

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- 1953, Portraits publicitaires pour la Fox de Frank Powolny -
- 1953, Publicity portraits for the Fox Studios by Frank Powolny  -
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- 1953, Portraits de Gene Trindl pour "Comment épouser un millionnaire" pour la presse -
- 1953, Portraits by Gene Trindl for "How to marry a millionaire" for the press -
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- 1953, Portraits de John Florea pour "Comment épouser un millionnaire" pour la presse -
- 1953, Portraits by John Florea for "How to marry a millionaire" for the press -
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- 14 septembre 1954, coulisse de la séance de Richard Avedon, par Sam Shaw pour la presse -
- 1954, September, 14, backstage of the sitting of Richard Avedon, by Sam Shaw for the press -fur_white_stole-portrait-1954-09-14-NY-by_shaw-1 

- septembre 1958, coulisse du tournage de "Certains l'aiment chaud" par Jon Whitcomb pour Cosmopolitan -
- 1958, September, backstage of the filming of "Some like it hot", by Jon Whitcomb for Cosmopolitan -fur_white_stole-portrait-1958-by_whitcomb-1 

Marilyn porte aussi des étoles en fourrure blanche lors de ses sorties médiatiques (gala, premières de films, remises de prix); mais elle ne pose plus en portraits typiques glamour en studio avec une étole blanche. Ce type de portraits représentant le glamour hollywoodien semble ne plus intéresser Marilyn. Elle travaille avec des photographes qu'elle sélectionne et qui renvoie une image plus naturelle d'elle: Milton Greene, Sam Shaw, Richard Avedon, Philippe Halsman, Earl Gustie, Eve Arnold, Douglas Kirkland et Bert Stern sont les photographes qui la prendront en studio de 1956 à 1962 et ne travaillant non plus pour les studios de cinéma, mais pour la presse (à travers les agences de presse ou des contrats publicitaires signés avec des magazines). Sans doute par ce choix, Marilyn semble signifier vouloir s'éloigner du diktat des studios et gagner en indépendance pour mieux contrôler son image véhiculée dans les médias.
Marilyn also wears white fur stoles during her media outings (gala, film premieres, awards ceremony); but she no longer poses in typical glamorous studio portraits with a white stole. This type of portrait representing Hollywood glamor seems no longer interests Marilyn. She works with photographers that she selects and who gives a more natural image of her: Milton Greene, Sam Shaw, Richard Avedon, Philippe Halsman, Earl Gustie, Eve Arnold, Douglas Kirkland and Bert Stern are the photographers who will take her in studio photos  from 1956 to 1962 and no longer working for film studios, but for the press (through press agencies or advertising contracts signed with magazines). No doubt by this choice, Marilyn seems to signify wanting to move away from the diktat of the studios and gain independence to better control her image conveyed in the media.


La ville d'Hollywood est la mecque du cinéma américain et ce, depuis les années 1910s. Pour faire rêver les spectateurs et le public international, l'industrie cinématographique - à travers les diverses compagnies de studios (Universal, Paramount, 20th Century Fox, RKO, MGM, Warner, Goldwyn Mayer...) emploie des photographes pour sublimer et magnifier ses acteurs et ses actrices. Il faut vendre du rêve, de l'inaccessible, du glamour et les actrices d'Hollywood sont alors notamment photographiées en studio par des portraits en noir et blanc, jouant sur les ombres et lumières des éclairages, vêtues d'une fourrure en étole, un accessoire qui représente à lui seul le glamour, la grâce et le chic. Ces photographies qui sont à but publicitaires, sont ainsi destinées à être publiées dans la presse magazine afin de "vendre" ce rêve au public à travers le monde. Les actrices ne sont pas des personnes lambdas que l'on croise au hasard d'une rue, elles deviennent ainsi par ces images des icônes mystifiées et iréelles.
Et chaque studio a son photographe portraitiste attitré, petite liste (non exhaustive) des noms les plus connus et répandus des photographes, par ordre alphabétique: Kenneth Alexander, Ted Allan, Virgil Apger, Max Munn Autrey, Ernest Bachrach, Russell Ball, Clarence Sinclair Bull, Eric Carpenter, Robert Coburn, Otto Dyar, John Engstead, Tom Evans, Bud Fraker, Jack Freulich, Elmer Fryer, Edwin Bower Hesser, George Hurrell, Ray Jones, Eugene Kornman, Irving Lippmann, Gaston Longet, Ruth Harriet Louise, John Miehle, Frank Powolny, Eugene Robert Richee, AL Whitey Schaefer, Bert Six, Laszlo Willinger.
Les photographes "stars" renommés étant George Hurrell, Clarence Sinclair Bull, Robert Coburn, Eugene Robert Richee et Frank Powolny, qui à eux seuls, ont bien photographié l'ensemble des acteurs et actrices d'Hollywood entre 1930 et 1960.
Ces portraits font partis de la machine à rêve véhiculée par les studios d'Hollywood et se déploie dès les années 1920s (quand les acteurs et actrices du cinéma muet deviennent des stars aux yeux du public) trouvant son apogée dans les années 1940s et 1950s. Mais dans les années 1960s, ce type de photographies s'essoufle, les moeurs changent et les nouvelles idoles veulent transmettre une image plus naturelle (la culture hippie et son esprit de liberté est passée par là); ces images suivent d'ailleurs aussi la tendance cinématographique avec l'arrivée du mouvement de la nouvelle vague en France et ses répercussions dans le cinéma international et américain et les nouveaux réalisateurs d'alors (les années 1970s avec Scorsese, Spielberg, Coppola) mettant en scène un cinéma plus vrai et balayant le glamour de leur prédécesseurs. Alors les paillettes et le glamour est récupéré par le mouvement musical qui bat son plein dans les années 1970s: le disco. Mais ce type de photographies n'est plus en vogue et finit par s'éteindre totalement: les portraits des actrices sublimées et glamourisées avec une étole de fourrure s'inscrivent alors dans une époque bien déterminée, considérée aujourd'hui comme le "classique du vintage hollywoodien".

The city of Hollywood is the mecca of American cinema since the 1910s. To make the spectators and the international public dream, the film industry - through the various studio companies (Universal, Paramount, 20th Century Fox, RKO, MGM, Warner, Goldwyn Mayer ...) employs photographers to sublimate and magnify its actors and actresses. They have to sell dreams, the inaccessible, glamor and Hollywood actresses are then photographed in the studio with black and white portraits, playing on the shadows and lights, dressed in a fur stole, an accessory that alone represents glamor, grace and chic. These photographs, which are for advertising purposes, are thus intended to be published in the magazine press in order to "sell" this dream to the public throughout the world. Actresses are not ordinary people that one crosses at random on a street, they thus become, through these images, mystified and unreal icons. And each studio has its own portrait photographer, a small (non-exhaustive) list of the most famous and widespread names of photographers, in alphabetical order: Kenneth Alexander, Ted Allan, Virgil Apger, Max Munn Autrey, Ernest Bachrach, Russell Ball, Clarence Sinclair Bull, Eric Carpenter, Robert Coburn, Otto Dyar, John Engstead, Tom Evans, Bud Fraker, Jack Freulich, Elmer Fryer, Edwin Bower Hesser, George Hurrell, Ray Jones, Eugene Kornman, Irving Lippmann, Gaston Longet, Ruth Harriet Louise, John Miehle, Frank Powolny, Eugene Robert Richee, AL Whitey Schaefer, Bert Six, Laszlo Willinger.
Renowned "star" photographers are George Hurrell, Clarence Sinclair Bull, Robert Coburn, Eugene Robert Richee and Frank Powolny, who alone have photographed all of Hollywood's actors and actresses between 1930 and 1960.
These portraits are part of the dream machine conveyed by Hollywood studios and unfold from the 1920s (when silent film actors and actresses became stars in the eyes of the public) reaching their peak in the 1940s and 1950s. But in the 1960s, this type of photography lost its breath, customs changed and the new idols wanted to convey a more natural image (the hippie culture and its spirit of freedom has passed through this); these images also follow the cinematographic trend with the arrival of the new wave movement in France and its repercussions in international and American cinema and the new directors of the time (the 1970s with Scorsese, Spielberg, Coppola) putting in scene a cinema more true and sweeping the glamor of their predecessors. Then the glitter and the glamor is recovered by the musical movement which is in full swing in the 1970s: the disco. But this type of photography is no longer in vogue and ends up being completely extinct: the portraits of sublimated and glamorized actresses with a fur stole are then part of a well-defined period, considered today as the "classic of vintage hollywood ".


Les années 1920s

Esther Ralston / Joan Crawford / Marian Marsh
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Heather Angel / Bebe Daniels / Zofia Lindorfówna
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Clara Bow, 1927
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Margaret Livingston / Lya De Putti / Marie Prevost
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Claudette Colbert, 1927 / Phyllis Haver, 1928 / Evelyn Brent, 1929
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Les années 1930s

 Carole Lombard / Dorothy Arnold / Irene Dunne
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Barbara Stanwyck / Bette Davis / Fay Wray
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Jean Harlow
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Greta Garbo / Kay Francis / Lilyan Tashman
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Mae West
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 Mabel Hariot / Deanna Durbin / Gloria Stuart
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Marjorie Woodworth / Pauline Garon / Martha Raye
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Lupe Velez / Wera Engels / Marlene Dietrich
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Joan Crawford, 1930 / Mae Clark, 1931 / Paulette Goddard, 1932 (x 2)
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Norma Shearer, 1934 /  Claudette Colbert, 1935 / Rochelle Hudson, 1936
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Betty Grable, 1936 / Madeleine Carroll, 1936 / Loretta Young, 1937
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 Toby Wing, 1937 / Laurie Lane, 1938 / Patricia Morison, 1939
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Les années 1940s 

Lucille Ball  / Ginger Rogers / Paulette Goddard
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Helen Twelvetrees / Mae West / Veronica Lake
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Joan Crawford / Marilyn Maxwell / Vivien Leigh
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Michelle Morgan
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Ann Miller / Frances Gifford / Jane Wyman
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Ann Sheridan / Anne Baxter / Eleanor Powell
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Gene Tierney
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Ava Gardner
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Lana Turner
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Hedy Lamarr, 1941 / Barbara Stanwyck, 1942 / Lana Turner, 1945
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Olivia De Havilland, 1942 / Rosalind Russell, 1943 / Elaine Shepard, 1944
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Janet Blair, 1944 / Bonita Granville, 1945 / Vera Allen, 1945
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Janis Paige, 1948
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Ilona Massey, 1946 / Rita Hayworth, 1947 / Ava Gardner, 1947
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Rita Hayworth, 1948
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Maria Riva, 1948 / Ava Gardner, 1949 / Judy Holliday, 1949
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Les années 1950s

Barbara Stanwyck / Carroll Baker / Maureen O Hara
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Esther Williams / Marla English / Angela Lansbury
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Susan Hayward
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Eartha Kitt / Marlene Dietrich / Yvonne De Carlo
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Eva Gabor / Lana Turner / Mae West
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Betty Grable
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Joan Collins / Joan Crawford / Zizi Jeanmaire
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Evelyn Keyes / Gloria Grahame / Dolores Gray
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Ava Gardner, 1952
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Claire Bloom, 1952 / Gloria Grahame, 1953 / Shelley Winters
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Leslie Caron, 1952 & 1953
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Janet Leigh / Tippi Hedren / Kim Novak
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Grace Kelly, 1954
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Vera Allen, 1954 / Jeanne Crain, 1955 / Gena Rowlands, 1955
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Liz Taylor, 1955
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Diana Dors / Mamie Van Doren / Cleo Moore
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Jayne Mansfield, 1956, 1957 & 1958
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Anita Ekberg, 1955 / Judy Garland, 1956 / Betty White, 1957
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Rhonda Fleming, 1957 / Martha Hyer / Sophia Loren, 1957
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Liz Fraser, 1959 / Dorothy Dandridge, 1958 / Sophia Loren, 1958
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Les années 1960s

Judy Garland (x 2) / Sophia Loren
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Donna Reed / Gina Lollobrigida
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Senta Berger / Vivien Leigh, 1962 / Carroll Baker
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Romy Schneider, 1962
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Dalida / Natalie Wood / Kim Novak
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Les années 1970s

 Dalida / Diana Ross
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 Les années 1980s - 1990s

Madonna, 1986 / Joan Collins / Sharon Stone
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 Les années 2000s

Kate Moss : Vogue 2004 & 2009
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Claudia Schiffer , 2010
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> lectures web :

article  John Kobal "The Hollywood Portrait Photographer" sur lenscloud
biographies "The Hollywood Portrait Photographer" sur lenscloud
extraits du livre "Hollywood Glamour 1926-1956" sur
Books Google 


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06 mars 2021

Wallpaper How to marry a Millionaire (2)

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04 mai 2020

Remind, 05/2020

2020-05-remind-USA Remind

pays: USA
paru en mai 2020
magazine américain rétro - un encart est consacré à Marilyn, parmi Grace Kelly, Gene Tierney, Lauren Bacall etc... 20 stars glamours de l'âge d'or d'Hollywood.

 - visuel -
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23 décembre 2018

Sur le tournage de Let's Make Love 8

Le Milliardaire
Sur le tournage


 Pendant la scène
During the shooting scene

Marilyn Monroe & Jack Cole
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Sur le plateau
On the set

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Marilyn Monroe et l'acteur Dick Dale
qui interprète Elvis Presley
Marilyn Monroe and the actor Dick Dale
who plays Elvis Presley
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01/06/1960 - fête d'anniversaire pour les 34 ans de Marilyn Monroe
1960, June, 01 - Birthday party for the 34 years of Marilyn Monroe
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01 décembre 2018

01/06/1960, Sur le plateau de "Let's Make Love" - Anniversaire de Marilyn

Le 1er juin 1960, une fête d'anniversaire est organisée pour les 34 ans de Marilyn Monroe sur le plateau de tournage du film "Le Milliardaire". Le réalisateur George Cukor découpe les parts du gâteau apporté et sur lequel est disposé deux figurines représentant Yves Montand et Marilyn Monroe. La petite réception est décoré à l'image du film: plusieurs petites figurines sont disposées sur la table, représentant un pianiste jouant au piano, une chanteuse, une danseuse et Elvis Presley.
On June, 1st, 1960, a birthday's party is held to celebrate the 34 years of Marilyn Monroe on the set of the movie "Let's Make Love". The director George Cukor cuts out the cake on which there are two figurines representing Yves Montand and Marilyn Monroe. on the honor of the 57 years of the actor Wilfrid Hyde-White on the set of "Let's Make Love". The small reception is decorated in the image of the film: several small figures are placed on the table, representing a pianist playing piano, a singer, a dancer and Elvis Presley.


Yves Montand, Marilyn Monroe, Frankie Vaughan, George Cukor

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Un collier de perles de rocaille est offert à Marilyn
de la part de toute l'équipe du film
A seed-pearl necklace is offered to Marilyn
from all the cast and crew of the film
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Marilyn Monroe et Gil, l'homme à tout faire de l'équipe
Marilyn and Gil, the handyman of the crew

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Marilyn Monroe, Sidney Skolsky
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- Des petites figurines à l'effigie de Marilyn sont distribuées
Small figurines representing are offered
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- carte d'anniversaire signée par toute l'équipe
- Birthday card signed by the crew
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 La soirée continue chez l'attaché de presse de Marilyn, Rupert Allan, qui vit à Beverly Hills.
The party continues the evening at Marilyn's press secretary, Rupert Allan, who lives in Beverly Hills.

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- de la collection de James Haspiel et Frieda Hull, des fans
-from the personal collection of James Haspiel and Frieda Hull, fans

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27 septembre 2018

Pendant "Let's Make Love"

Le Milliardaire
Sur le tournage

Marilyn Monroe sur le tournage du film "Let's Make Love" ("Le Milliardaire") fin 1959  / début 1960.
Marilyn Monroe on the set of "Let's Make Love" end 1959 / beginning 1960.


Dans la loge de la Fox
In the dressing-room of the Fox Studios


- photographies: John Bryson -

Marilyn Monroe & Yves Montand
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Les couples Marilyn Monroe / Arthur Miller
Yves Montand / Simone Signoret

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- photographie: Robert Vose -

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- photographies: Lawrence Schiller -

Marilyn Monroe , Yves Montand
et la coiffeuse Agnes Flanagan

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Sur le plateau
In the set


- photographies: John Bryson -

Marilyn Monroe, George Cukor & Yves Montand
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- photographies: Robert Vose -

Marilyn Monroe & Arthur Miller

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en janvier 1960 : Marilyn Monroe, Paula Strasberg et
le journaliste Stephane Groueff, envoyé par Paris Match.
1960, January: Marilyn Monroe, Paula Strasberg and the journalist
Stephane Groueff, send by French magazine Paris Match.

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Marilyn Monroe et des membres de l'équipe technique
Marilyn Monroe with members of the technical crew

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Marilyn Monroe avec Yves Montand et le chorégraphe Jack Cole
Marilyn Monroe with Yves Montand and choreographer Jack Cole

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Yves Montand, Jack Cole, Arthur Miller
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Arthur Miller photographié par John Bryson
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- photographie: John Bryson -

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06 mai 2018

Icons and Idols: Hollywood - 11/2017 - Julien's Auction

Photographies diverses


Lot 129: VINTAGE PUBLICITY IMAGES
A group of 15 vintage publicity images of Hollywood celebrities including Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor, Elvis Presley, Betty Grable, Rita Hayworth (whose name has been written on the photograph), and Shirley Temple. Accompanied by an envelope of news clippings and other ephemera primarily related to Monroe.
Estimate: $200 - $400 | Winning Bid: $256
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Lot 130: MARILYN MONROE NEGATIVE, CIRCA 1947
A black and white negative of Marilyn Monroe, believed to have been taken on the Fox Studios back lot set by Joseph Jasgur, circa 1947. Accompanied by a black and white photograph recently printed from this negative.
Estimate: $500 - $1,000 | Winning Bid: $640
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Lot 141: MARILYN MONROE MILTON GREENE SILKSCREEN PRINT
A limited edition silkscreen print of a Milton Greene photograph of Marilyn Monroe, taken during the famed "Black Sitting" photo session in New York in 1956. Printed later. Signed by the artist in pencil lower right, “AP” lower left.
Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000 | Winning Bid: $1,280
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 Lot 142: MARILYN MONROE BERT STERN PHOTOGRAPH
A photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken in 1962 by Bert Stern during “The Last Sitting.” The black and white image was printed and signed by the artist in 1994; it is numbered on the photographer's stamp 91/5000. Stern wrote in the lower margin “Marilyn 1962 Bert Stern.”
Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000 | Winning Bid: $1,600
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Lot 145: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY MANFRED KREINER
A black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Manfred Kreiner. The image shows Monroe walking onto a photo set and is marked with red pencil. Photographer’s stamp on verso (multiple times) with handwritten notation in red pencil. Accompanied by a small typed message written in German regarding Monroe and this photograph.
Estimate: $600 - $800 | Winning Bid: $448
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 Lot 146: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY MANFRED KREINER
A black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Manfred Kreiner. The image shows Monroe descending an airplane staircase and has been scribbled on in red ink. Photographer’s stamp on verso with handwritten notation in pencil and the words “Kill Kill” in red ink. “Kill” here refers to the fact that Monroe did not want this image published. Accompanied by a small typed message written in German by Kreiner regarding Monroe and this photograph.
Estimate: $600 - $800 | Winning Bid: $640 
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Lot 147: MARILYN MONROE ORIGINAL CANDID PHOTOGRAPHS
A group of three original never before seen original color photographs of Marilyn Monroe taken on May 30, 1958, as she exited her apartment at 444 East 57th Street in New York City. Just three days prior, Monroe was photographed by Richard Avedon for Life magazine.
PROVENANCE Lot 755, "Marilyn Monroe Auction," Julien's Auctions, Los Angeles, November 17, 2016 
Estimate: $800 - $1,200 | Winning Bid: $1,024
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Lot 156: SOME LIKE IT HOT BEHIND-THE-SCENES SLIDES WITH COPYRIGHT
A group of 23 original color slides taken on the set of Some Like It Hot (United Artists, 1959) sold with copyright to the images. The slides include approximately eight images of Marilyn Monroe and five of Tony Curtis, among others on and around the set of the film, including Coronado Beach.
While the seller confirms that this property is sold with copyright, Julien’s can accept no liability in relation to any matters arising as a result of any imperfection of copyright given.
Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000 | Winning Bid: $1280
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Lot 159: MARILYN MONROE PRINT BY RUSSELL YOUNG (BRITISH, 1959)
A screenprint on paper titled “Marilyn in Korea (Pink + Midori Blue)” by Russell Young, signed by the artist at lower right and numbered 10/50. Additionally marked in pencil on verso in an unknown hand “56105/ 12.”
Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000 | unsold
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Photographies Bruno Bernard


Lot 134: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY BRUNO BERNARD
A black and white pin-up photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Bruno Bernard, circa 1946. According to the book Marilyn: Intimate Exposures by Susan Bernard “Marilyn said to Mr. Bernard ‘Can you take some sexy pictures of me?’ and he replied ‘But Norma, you are the girl next door.” Estate signed at lower right and numbered 1/90.
PROVENANCE From the Estate of Bruno Bernard
Estimate: $2,500 - $3,000 | unsold
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Lot 135: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY BRUNO BERNARD
A black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Bruno Bernard, circa 1946, titled “Norma Jean Sailor Girl.” This is a seldom seen outtake photograph from a shoot intended for magazine cover images. Estate signed at lower right and numbered 5/50.
PROVENANCE From the Estate of Bruno Bernard
Estimate: $2,500 - $3,200 | unsold
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Lot 136: MARIYLN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY BRUNO BERNARD
A black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Bruno Bernard in 1953. This photograph was taken of Monroe backstage at the Hollywood Bowl for an appearance benefiting St. Jude’s. Monroe wore a costume from the film Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (20th Century, 1953). Estate signed at lower right and numbered 6/90.
PROVENANCE From the Estate of Bruno Bernard
Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000 | unsold
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Lot 137: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY BRUNO BERNARD
A black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Bruno Bernard in 1953. This photograph was taken of Monroe backstage at the Hollywood Bowl deciding what message to describe on a guest wall at a charity event benefiting St. Jude’s. This image was never published and comes from a contact sheet of artist’s proofs. Estate signed at lower right and numbered 6/90.
PROVENANCE From the Estate of Bruno Bernard
Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000 | Winning Bid: $2,560
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Lot 138: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY BRUNO BERNARD
A color photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Bruno Bernard in 1954. The photograph shows Monroe on the set of The Seven Year Itch (20th Century, 1955) having her makeup applied by Whitey Snyder. According to the book Marilyn: Intimate Exposures by Susan Bernard, Snyder stated that this is the only color photograph of himself and Monroe that he had ever seen. Estate signed at lower right and numbered 5/50.
PROVENANCE From the Estate of Bruno Bernard
Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500 | Winning Bid: $1,920

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Lot 139: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY BRUNO BERNARD
A color photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Bruno Bernard in 1954. The photograph shows Monroe in a screening room at the 20th Century Fox studios wearing her iconic white dress from the film The Seven Year Itch (20th Century, 1955). Estate signed at lower right and numbered 14/50.
PROVENANCE From the Estate of Bruno Bernard
Estimate: $2,500 - $3,000 | Winning Bid: $3,437.50

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Lot 140: MARILYN MONROE ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPH BY BRUNO BERNARD
An original vintage black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Bruno Bernard on the set of The Seven Year Itch (20th Century, 1955) and signed by Bernard on verso “Bernard of Hollywood.” Housed in a Bernard of Hollywood vintage photograph folder.
PROVENANCE From the Estate of Bruno Bernard
Estimate: $10,000 - $20,000 | unsold

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Vêtements & Accessoires


 Lot 143: MARILYN MONROE WORN BLACK COLOBUS COAT
A mid-1940s black colobus coat worn by Marilyn Monroe to the 1948 film premiere of The Emperor Waltz (Paramount, 1948). The coat has broad shoulders, a cordé collar, a satin lining, and a Jerrold's Van Nuys, Calif. label. Although the black colobus is currently on the endangered species list, it was quite fashionable in the 1940s. Monroe wrote in a letter to Grace Goddard dated December 3, 1944, "I found out that its [sic] possible to buy a Gold Coast Monkey Coat. I shall write to you about it later." The coat was gifted from Monroe to Jacquita M. Rigoni (Warren), who was the great-niece to Anne Karger, mother of Monroe's voice coach, Freddie Karger. Monroe had a close relationship with the family, and the coat has remained in their possession. Accompanied by a letter of authenticity from Jacqui Rigoni detailing the family's relationship to Monroe and the history of the coat.
The monkey species used to make this Marilyn Monroe monkey fur coat is on the Endangered Species list. U.S. Endangered Species Act regulations required by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service impose certain regulations on the sale of this coat. Please read the following carefully:
Please read the following carefully: The Marilyn Monroe monkey fur coat may be sold to a resident of California without requiring a Federal permit. A non-California resident may bid on this coat and if he or she were the winning bidder could apply for a Federal permit to remove the coat from the state of California. Julien’s has been advised that a Federal permit would likely be REFUSED by the governing offices. It is vehemently advised that non-residents of California DO NOT bid on this Marilyn Monroe owned monkey fur coat. If you bid on this lot and are unable to obtain a permit Julien’s has no liability and will be unable to refund you for your purchase.
A California resident who purchases this coat and later moves from California to another state would not be required to obtain a permit if he or she maintained ownership of the coat when changing state of residence. However, the owner would need to make sure there are no state regulations prohibiting the transfer of the coat from one state to another.
Estimate: $20,000 - $30,000 | Winning Bid: $32,000

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Lot 144: MARILYN MONROE FAN FROM THE PRINCE AND THE SHOWGIRL
A vintage lace fan used by Marilyn Monroe in the film The Prince and the Showgirl (Warner Bros., 1957). The folding hand fan is used by Monroe in the ballroom scene in the film. The frame and guard are embellished with floral motif carvings embellished with pink, blue, and gold-metallic paint. The accompanying letter from the consignor explains that the fan was gifted by Monroe to William Louis George Le Brun, known as Louis Le Brun in the film industry, who was the Chief Production Accountant for Warner Bros. in the United Kingdom. When Monroe was taken ill while filming, Le Brun, who was responsible for overseeing the distribution of all finances, which involved the insurance and wellbeing of the cast and production team, stayed by her side. As a thank-you, Monroe gave him this fan, or more specifically gave the fan to his wife as an apology for keeping Le Brun from his family. At the time the fan was received several of the fan blades were broken, presumed to be from use during filming. The fan has remained in the possession of the Le Brun family since the gift was made by Monroe.
Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000 | Winning Bid: $10,000 

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Lot 149: MARILYN MONROE VINTAGE MINI PINECONE TREE GIFTED FROM JOE DIMAGGIO TO MARILYN MONROE
A mini brown wire form holiday tree made of pinecones and other tree items, dusted with glitter. Wrapped in a black tulle base. The tree was purportedly a gift from Joe DiMaggio to Marilyn Monroe one Christmas when he discovered that she did not have a tree to celebrate the holidays.
Height, 23 inches
PROVENANCE Lot 246, "Marilyn Monroe: Property from The Estate of Lee Strasberg," Julien's Auctions, Los Angeles, November 17-19, 2016
Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000 | Winning Bid: $7,500 

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Lot 150: MARILYN MONROE ROCOCO STYLE COFFEE TABLE
A carved wood coffee table with canted edges and inset parchment top.
PROVENANCE Lot 558, "Marilyn Monroe: Property from The Estate of Lee Strasberg," Julien's Auctions, Los Angeles, November 17-19, 2016
Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000 | Winning Bid: $2,880

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Lot 151: MARILYN MONROE FLOWER SWAG
Gold tone wirework floral wall ornament, with enameled blue and purple flowers formed from Australian pennies dated 1942. Two leaves and one flower detached.
PROVENANCE Partial Lot 456, “The Personal Property of Marilyn Monroe,” Christie’s, New York, Sale number 9216, October 27-28, 1999
Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000 | unsold

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Lot 153: MARILYN MONROE MIRROR
A small handheld sterling silver mirror accompanied by a handwritten note reading in full on the recto: “11/1/00/ This make-up mirror was owned/ by Marilyn Monroe. It was left in/ her 57 St Apart-/ ment when she/ moved to California./ The super of/ the building/ ”liberated” it.’ Hopefully, you/ will find a good/ home for it!/ Thanks./ Terry Seymour (212) 777-0157” as well as “Mrs. S:/ will write thank you/ letter when donate it”; on the verso is “Super’s daughter used it/ a few years. T. Seymour/ in real estate, were (sic)/ selling MM apartment a few/ years ago./ Super gave it to her./ Super said/ MM bought it in/ London, used it/ a lot at home./ I thanked her and said/ you would like to/ donate it to Hollygrove.”
Approximate diameter, 7 inches
PROVENANCE Lot 224, “Property from the Estate of Marilyn Monroe,” Julien’s Auctions, Los Angeles, June 4, 2005
Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000 | Winning Bid: $1,920

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Lot 154: MARILYN MONROE VINTAGE ABSTRACT PARCEL GILT FAN
A folding paper Japanese hand fan with abstract parcel gilt decoration.
15 1/2 by 24 1/2 by 2 inches
PROVENANCE Lot 244, "Marilyn Monroe: Property from The Estate of Lee Strasberg," Julien's Auctions, Los Angeles, November 17-19, 2016
Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000 | Winning Bid: $1,024
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Documents papiers


Lot 131: MARILYN MONROE RECEIVED LETTER FROM UNCLE ART
A double-sided two-page letter written to Marilyn Monroe from "Uncle Art," who was a relative of Monroe's foster mother, Grace Goddard. The letter reads in part "So glad you are making satisfactory progress in school. I advise that you be particularly diligent in the cultural subjects...sad is the fate of the young woman who has not the ambition to so model and mold her language and conduct as to have [illegible] herself to the point where she can mingle with cultured people inconspicuously." The letter is written on International Correspondence Schools of Scranton, Pennsylvania, stationery, undated and signed "Devotedly Yours, Uncle Art."
PROVENANCE Sotheby’s Parke-Bernet, Sale number 94, October 21, 1973
Estimate: $500 - $1,000 | Winning Bid: $640
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 Lot 133: MARILYN MONROE SIGNED CHECK TO JAX
A Marilyn Monroe completed and signed Jax counter check in the amount of $63.83; address is listed as the Beverly Carlton Hotel. Monroe did not fill in the date; the check is stamped on verso May 12, 1952.
Estimate: $500 - $1,000 | Winning Bid: $640
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Lot 148: MARILYN MONROE 1954 SIGNED CHECK
A counter check fully completed and signed by Marilyn Monroe. The check is dated October 11, 1954, to The Christian Community in the amount of $50.00. On October 6, 1954, Monroe announced her separation from then-husband Joe DiMaggio.
Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000 | Winning Bid: $4,480
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 Lot 152: MARILYN MONROE SKIN CARE REGIME INSTRUCTIONS
A typed instruction sheet dated June 11, 1958, for Marilyn Monroe’s skin care regime from the Erno Laszlo Institute. The instructions are for morning care of skin, evening “ ’if’ dressing” for formal occasions, and in the evening before retiring. The sheet also includes a list of foods not to eat.
PROVENANCE Partial Lot 334, "Marilyn Monroe: Property from The Estate of Lee Strasberg," Julien's Auctions, Los Angeles, November 17-19, 2016
Estimate: $400 - $600 | Winning Bid: $3,840
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 Lot 155: MARILYN MONROE BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S SCRIPT AND REPORT
A clean copy of the screenplay for Breakfast at Tiffany's written by George Axelrod and dated July 9, 1959. Monroe was considering the part, and she sought the opinions of her professional team including the Strasbergs, her husband, and management team. The script is accompanied by a single-page, typed "report" dated September 23, 1959, which also has the name "Parone" typed to the left of the date. Literary luminary Edward Parone was at the time running Monroe's production company and most likely is the one who wrote this single-page, scathing review of the script, leading with the simple sentence, "I think not." It goes on to criticize the screenplay, determining, "I can see Marilyn playing a part like Holly and even giving this present one all the elan it badly needs, but I don't feel she should play it: it lacks insight and warmth and reality and importance." It has been long reported that Monroe declined the part upon the advice of Lee Strasberg, but this document provides further evidence that other people in her inner circle advised her not to take the role. Together with a four-page shooting schedule for November 4, 1960, for the film.
PROVENANCE Lot 441, "Marilyn Monroe: Property from The Estate of Lee Strasberg," Julien's Auctions, Los Angeles, November 17-19, 2016
Estimate: $6,000 - $9,000 | Winning Bid: $12,500

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Lot 160: JOHN F. KENNEDY 1962 BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION PROGRAM
A program from President John F. Kennedy's birthday celebration at Madison Square Garden, New York, in 1962. The program, with "Happy Birthday Mr. President" and an image of Kennedy on the cover, lists the entertainers of the evening: Marilyn Monroe - who sang her now-famous rendition of "Happy Birthday" to Kennedy, Ella Fitzgerald, Maria Callas, Henry Fonda, Peggy Lee, and Danny Kaye, among others.
Estimate: $600 - $800 | Winning Bid: $1,600 

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Medical


Lot 157: MARILYN MONROE PELVIC X-RAY
A Marilyn Monroe pelvic X-ray dated November 9, 1954. Information ghost printed in the upper right of the X-ray reads "Cedars of Lebanon Hospital/ Drs. E. Freedman and S. Finck/ Name Di Maggio, Mrs. Marilyn/ No. 50612 Date 11-9-54/ Ref. By Dr. L. Krohn." Dr. Leon Krohn was Monroe’s gynecologist.
Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000 | Winning Bid: $3,840
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Lot 158: MARILYN MONROE MEDICAL FILE
A medical file pertaining to cosmetic surgery performed on Marilyn Monroe. The file includes facial X-rays and doctors' notes from the office of Dr. Michael Gurdin, M.D., and the X-ray office of Drs. Conti and Steinberg. Dr. Gurdin's chart on Monroe begins on July 14, 1958, and lists the patient as Marilyn Miller with addresses in New York and Los Angeles. The chief complaint listed is "chin deformity" and goes on to give a medical history that begins in 1950 and ends in 1962. Listed are a 1956 bout of neutropenia in England; 1957 ectopic pregnancy in New York; and 1950 cartilage implant in chin that the doctor observed had slowly begun to dissolve. Those with knowledge of the implant procedure have explained that this was done in association with a tip rhinoplasty, a procedure involving the tip of Monroe's nose only, not the bones. The last entry is dated June 7, 1962, and reports a fall at between 2 and 3 a.m. resulting in swelling and tenderness of the nose. Monroe was brought to Dr. Gurdin by her psychoanalyst, Dr. Ralph Greenson. Monroe was referred to Drs. Conti and Steinberg for X-rays. For her visit to the radiologists she was given the alias "Miss Joan Newman," and that name appears on the paperwork with Monroe's Brentwood home address. Six X-rays are in the folder: a frontal facial bones X-ray; a smaller X-ray that is a composite of the right and left sides of her nasal bones; and four small dental X-rays into the roof of Monroe's mouth, looking upward toward the nasal bones. The conclusion, written by Dr. Conti and dated June 7, 1962, is that there was no damage to Monroe's nose due to her fall. A more recent evaluation of the X-rays indicates a very minute hairline fracture of this bone. Monroe had turned 36 less than a week earlier. On June 8, the following day, Monroe was fired from the film Something's Got to Give (20th Century Fox, 1962).
Estimate: $20,000 - $30,000 | unsold
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Presse


Lot 132: PLAYBOY MAGAZINE FIRST ISSUE SIGNED BY HUGH HEFNER
An original first issue of Playboy magazine (HMH Publishing, 1953) featuring Marilyn Monroe on the cover and signed by Hugh Hefner. The magazine, which launched in December 1953, sold for 50 cents a copy. Housed in a protective plastic case.
  Estimate: $6,000 - $8,000 | Winning Bid: $12,800
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Art


Lot 198: AL HIRSCHFELD ABE HIRSCHFELD PRINT
A print of Al Hirschfeld’s "Abe Hirschfeld and Friends" caricature commissioned by Abe Hirschfeld in 1988. The image shows Abe surrounded by Shirley MacLaine, Luciano Pavarotti, Michael Jackson, Jackie Mason, Anthony Quinn, Donald Trump, Barbra Streisand, Carol Channing, Jackie Onassis, Jackie Gleason, Elvis Presley, and Marilyn Monroe. With a faded inscription that reads "To Mary [illegible] With appreciation from all of us Abe Hirschfeld."
Estimate: $100 - $300 | Winning Bid: $1,600
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28 janvier 2017

Hiver 1955 - Marilyn à New York

Marilyn Monroe en pull col roulé noir et manteau de fourrure,
Gladstone Hotel, New York - 1955
Marilyn Monroe in a black turtleneck sweater and fur coat

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- de la collection de James Haspiel, fan
-from the personal collection of James Haspiel, fan


1955-new_york-mm_in_fur-tutleneck-by_james_collins-1  1955-new_york-mm_in_fur-tutleneck-by_james_collins-2 
- de la collection de James Collins, un fan des Monroe Six
-from the personal collection of James Collins, one of the 'Monroe Six'


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1955-01-new_york-mm_in_fur-tutleneck-collection_frieda_hull-4b  1955-01-new_york-mm_in_fur-tutleneck-collection_frieda_hull-4c 
1955-01-new_york-mm_in_fur-tutleneck-collection_frieda_hull-4d  1955-01-new_york-mm_in_fur-tutleneck-collection_frieda_hull-4e 
- de la collection de Frieda Hull, une fan des Monroe Six

-from the personal collection of Frieda Hull, one of the 'Monroe Six'


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22 janvier 2017

1955, New York, Gladstone Hotel

Marilyn Monroe quitte le Gladstone Hotel de New York - vers 1955
Marilyn Monroe leaves the Gladstone Hotel, in New York City - circa 1955

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> Marilyn et Joe DiMaggio
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1955-ny-gladstone_hotel-snap-collection_frieda_hull-1 
- de la collection de Frieda Hull, une fan des Monroe Six

-from the personal collection of Frieda Hull, one of the 'Monroe Six'


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