01 septembre 2013

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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copyright text by GinieLand.  

Janvier 1961 New York

Marilyn Monroe sort de son appartement new-yorkais (au 444 East 57th Street) et monte dans un taxi, vers janvier 1961.
Marilyn Monroe get out of her New York apartment (in 444 East 57th Street) and get in a taxi, circa January 1961.

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26 juin 2013

1954 Marilyn à New York

Marilyn Monroe en voiture (dans un taxi),
à New York, vers 1954.
Photographies de Sam Shaw.

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Marilyn Monroe in a car (in a taxi)
New York, circa 1954.
Photographs by Sam Shaw.


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16 avril 2013

30/03/1955 Ringling Brothers Circus

Action Caritative

La soirée du 30 mars 1955: Marilyn Monroe participa à la grande cérémonie de bienfaisance organisée par Mike Todd et son cirque (Ringling Brothers Circus) dont les bénéfices étaient reversés à une fondation qui lutte contre l'arthrose et les affections rhumatismales.
C'était la première apparition en publique de Marilyn depuis son départ de Los Angeles. Le contrat de la Fox lui interdisait la participation à des spectacles rémunérés, mais les soirées de bienfaisance n'entraient pas dans cette catégorie.
Marilyn se rendit de son hôtel au Madison Square Garden en limousine avec Dick Sheperd (qui était alors agent au département cinéma de MCA à New York). Elle réussit à se faufiler dans les couloirs de l'établissement, gagna sa loge et put s'habiller dans le calme relatif. 
The evening of March 30, 1955: Marilyn Monroe participated to the great charity ceremony organised by Mike Todd and his circus (Ringling Brothers Circus) to benefit the Arthritis Foundation and Rhumastismales disorders.
It was the first public appearance of Marilyn since her departure from Los Angeles. Fox's contract forbade participation in paid shows, but charity evenings did not fall into this category.  
Marilyn was accompanied by Dick Shepperd for the trip from the hotel to Madison and photographed by Ed Feingersh. She managed to sneak into the corridors of the school, won his lodge and could dress in relative calm.  

> Marilyn et Dick Sheperd (photos de Ed Feingersh)
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1955_03_30_ny_madison_square_circus_044_6_signedDans les coulisses, Marilyn s'est préparée, soutenue par Milton Berle et la jeune Alice Fitzpatrick; Milton Greene et Peter Leonardi (son secrétaire et coiffeur à cette époque) sont aussi présents, dans l'ombre. Elle lui dédicacera une des photos de la soirée (voir ci-contre).
Behind the scenes, Marilyn prepared, supported by Milton Berle, the young Alice Fitzpatrick; but also Milton Greene and Peter Leonardi (his secretary and hairdresser at the time) who were also presents in the shadows. She will dedicate him one of the photos of the evening.   

> Dans les coulisses
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> Arrivée de Marilyn (avec Milton Greene)
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- de la collection de Frieda Hull, une fan des Monroe Six
-from the personal collection of Frieda Hull, one of the 'Monroe Six'
 


 - photo de Max Peter Haas ->  
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- photos de Marvin Scott ->
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- photo de Weegee ->
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 - autres photos ->
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 - photo de Sam Goldstein ->
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Le grand show, qui se tient au Madison Square Garden à New York, était présenté par Milton Berle, qui officiait en tant que "Monsieur Loyal", le 'maître de cérémonie', et qui présente Marilyn en ces termes: "Voici la seule femme au monde à côté de qui Jane Russell ressemble à un homme!", provoquant l'hilarité dans la foule. Plus de 25 000 spectateurs étaient présents; ils avaient payer 50 dollars leurs places; dont Joe DiMaggio, l'ex-époux de Marilyn.
Dans la salle, deux cents photographes s'arrachaient les meilleures places (Ed Feingersh, Milton Greene, Marvin Scott, Walter Carone, Weegee, Sam Goldstein, Erika Stone...). Lorsqu'enfin elle entra en scène, Milton Berle dut leur demander de s'accroupir pour ne pas gêner les autres spectateurs. Marilyn Monroe fit une entrée triomphale, juchée sur le dos d'un éléphant indien peint en rose, nommé Karnaudi (ou Kinardy), appartenant au cirque Barnum & Bailey. Elle déclarera plus tard: "C'était très important pour moi, je n'étais jamais allée au cirque quand j'étais enfant."
The big show, which held at the Madison Square Garden in New York, was presented by Milton Berle, who was the "Master of the Ceremony". More than 25,000 spectators were presents, including Joe DiMaggio in the stands; and two hundred photographers snatched the best seats (Ed Feingersh, Milton Greene, Marvin Scott, Walter Carone, Weegee, Sam Goldstein, Erika Stone...). When finally she came on the stage, Milton Berle, had to ask them to squat to not to interfere with other spectators. Marilyn Monroe made a triumphal entrance, perched on the back of an indian elephant painted pink, named Karnaudi (or Kinardy) and belonging to the Barnum & Bailey circus.

Le magazine Variety écrivit: "Marilyn Monroe juchée sur un pachyderme peint en rose fut le clou de la soirée. Malheureusement, les photographes agglutinés autour de la star à demie nue l'empêchaient d'avancer. On put difficilement admirer les charmes de Miss Monroe, mais en définitive, la foule ne s'était déplacée pas pour rien." Les autres stars présentes furent toute au plus citées.
Variety Magazine said: "Marilyn Monroe perched on an elephant painted pink was the highlight of the evening. Unfortunately, photographers clustered around the half naked star prevented her from advancing. We could hardly see the charms of Miss Monroe, but ultimately, the crowd had not moved for nothing. "Other present stars have not been mentionned. 

> Entrée de Marilyn qui monte sur l'éléphant
- photos de Ed Feingersh ->
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- autres photos (Marvin Scott, Weegee, Sam Goldstein...) ->   
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- photos de Walter Carone -> 
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- Photographies de Milton H Greene -

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> Le public (on distingue Joe DiMaggio)
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> captures
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> videos

Marilyn Madison Square Garden 1955 par MissYria



 > dans la presse
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Le soir du spectacle, Milton Greene loua la suite Cecil Beaton de l'Ambassador Hotel de New York, où lui-même, Amy Greene et Marilyn purent s'habiller et accueillir une poignée de visiteurs en provenance de la Côte Ouest. Michael Todd, toujours généreux avec ses invités, avaient fait venir les stars en avion et en première classe: Jeannette MacDonald et Gene Raymond, James Cagney, Red Buttons, Martha Raye, Terry Moore, Julius LaRosa, Sammy Davis Jr, Sonja Henie et Bess Myerson. Amy Greene avait commandé à Norman Norrel la robe se soie noire que MM devait porter jusqu'au Madison Square Garden et pendant les mondanités.
(> voir les photos de l'essayage de la robe par Ed Feingersh).

The night of the show, Greene rent a room (the 'Cecil Beaton suite') at the Ambassador Hotel in New York, where he himself, Amy and Marilyn dressed and could receive visitors from the West Coast. Michael Todd, always generous with his guests, had made come by plane and first class some movie stars like Jeanette MacDonald and Gene Raymond, James Cagney, Red Buttons, Martha Raye, Terry Moore, Julius LaRosa, Sammy Davis Jr, Sonja Henie and Bess Myerson. Amy Greene commanded the Norman Norrell black silk dress black that Marilyn was wearing at her arrival to the Madison Square Garden and for the party in the hotel.


sources pour l'article: 
Magazines: Paris Match 9 avril 1955 / Redbook 1955, July 
Livres: Marilyn édition de La Martinière, photos de Ed Feingersh

Marilyn Monroe et les caméras  .
web: article "Do you want to see her?" sur le blog / le site d'images corbis
Photos de Milton Greene: a huge thanks to Maarit !


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07 avril 2013

May 1960 Show de Joséphine Baker

Début mai 1960, Marilyn Monroe et Yves Montand assistent ensemble à la revue de Joséphine Baker au Huntington Hartford Theater à Hollywood.
At the beggining of May 1960, Marilyn Monroe and Yves Montand attend together to the Josephine Baker's review at the Huntington Hartford Theater in Hollywood.

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> photographie de Nat Dillinger
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photographie datée du 16 avril 1960
- de la collection de Frieda Hull, une fan des Monroe Six
-from the personal collection of Frieda Hull, one of the 'Monroe Six'


> dans la presse
-publicité ouverture du Show de Joséphine Baker
paru le 25 avril 1960 dans le Los Angeles Daily Mirror-
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-la première du Show de Baker le 29 avril 1960-
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-'Movie TV Secrets' magazine, 1960, November-
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 > sources:
scans presse sur le forum everlasting-star.net


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copyright text by GinieLand.

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01 avril 2013

Julien's Auction 04/2013 - Documents papiers

lot n°732: MARILYN MONROE 1950 CAR TITLE AND DOCUMENTS
A Marilyn Monroe car title and service brochures. The 1950 State of California car title is issued to Marilyn Monroe at 1301 N. Harper Avenue, Los Angeles, California, for a 1950 Pontiac, license number 19B2992. Accompanied by a Pontiac battery warranty brochure dated July 1, 1950, and a Pontiac owner service policy brochure that lists the vehicle body style as " 2527D ." Both brochures have Monroe's information typed on them.
Estimate: $2 500 - $5 000

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lot n°740: MARILYN MONROE SHEET OF PERSONAL STATIONERY
A sheet of Marilyn Monroe stationery with envelope. The cream color paper is blind embossed "Marilyn Monroe" on the top of the stationery sheet and on the flap of the envelope.
Estimate: $200 - $300
  
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 lot n°741: MARILYN MONROE CHECK
      A blank check for an account at Irving Trust Company of New York. "Marilyn Monroe" is printed at the top of the check. Check number 2372.
Estimate: $200 - $300
 
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lot n°745: MARILYN MONROE SIGNED CHECK
      A Marilyn Monroe signed check. The check, dated December 17, 1952, is made out to "Cash" in the amount of $5. Monroe has written in the name of her bank, and below her signature she has written her address as "Beverly Hills Hotel."
Estimate: $1 000 - $2 000
  
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lot n°746: MARILYN MONROE SIGNED CHECK
      A Marilyn Monroe signed counter check written to Milton F. Kreis Drugs in the amount of $50.71. Monroe has filled in her bank name and its address as well as her own address at 882 Doheny in Los Angeles. The check is dated "March 9,1953." Milton F. Kreis Drugs was a drugstore and luncheonette located in the Beverly Wilshire hotel.
Estimate: $1 000 - $2 000
 
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lot n°747: MARILYN MONROE SIGNED BANK DEMAND NOTE
      A Marilyn Monroe signed bank demand note with Bank of America, dated November 9, 1953, in the amount of $8,000. The typed document is signed by Marilyn Monroe, whose signature has been partially stamped over with a "renewed" stamp. The back of the document notes one interest and principal payment made on February 9, 1954.
Estimate: $1 500 - $2 000
   
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lot n°748: MARILYN MONROE CHANGE OF RATE CARD FROM 20TH CENTURY FOX
      Marilyn Monroe Change of Rate card from 20th Century Fox, dated "5 - 11 - 1953," changing Monroe's weekly pay rate from $750 to $1,250.
Estimate: $200 - $400
 
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lot n°750: MARILYN MONROE "GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES" WARDROBE PLOT BOOK PAGES
      A group of 22 pages from the wardrobe plot book for the film Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (20th Century, 1953) for Marilyn Monroe's character, Lorelei Lee. The collection includes handwritten and typed transcriptions. Costumes for the film were designed by Travilla.
Estimate: $800 - $1 200
 
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lot n°756: MARILYN MONROE SCRIPT
      A mimeographed 124-page script titled Horns for the Devil, an unmade film. Housed in red paper cover that reads "Famous Artists Corporation," dated May-June, 1954, and written by Lou Breslow. Also present is a large paper folder from Christie's indicating that this was originally intended to be part of Lot 497 in that auction.
11 1/2 by 9 inches
Lot 165, "Property from the Estate of Marilyn Monroe," Julien's, Los Angeles, June 4, 2005
Estimate: $500 - $700

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lot n°757: "SEVEN YEAR ITCH" PREMIERE INVITATION
      An invitation to the July 1, 1955, premiere of The Seven Year Itch (20th Century Fox, 1955) at Loew's State Theatre in New York. Attached to black scrapbook page. The item came from the Estate of Peter Leonardi.
PROVENANCE Lot 705, "Julien's Summer Sale," Julien's, Las Vegas, June 26, 2009
Estimate: $200 - $400
  
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lot n°762: MARILYN MONROE APRIL 1955 WALDORF-ASTORIA INVOICE
      A Marilyn Monroe invoice from the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City. The one-page typed Waldorf-Astoria invoice lists 10 telephone charges from April 12-18, 1955. Typed at the top of the page: "2728 Monroe Miss Marilyn NR JNS / 30 / 4 - 12 D 819 PZ MW." Monroe rented a suite on the 27th floor of the Waldorf Towers for several months in 1955.
Estimate: $400 - $600
 
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lot n°763: MILTON GREENE SIGNED MARILYN MONROE PRODUCTIONS CHECK
      A Marilyn Monroe Productions, Inc. check signed by Milton Greene. The check, dated July 14, 1955, is written to the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in the amount of $500 and is drawn from an account at the Colonial Trust Company.
Estimate: $200 - $400
 
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lot n°765: MARILYN MONROE AMBASSADOR HOTEL INVOICE AND MILTON GREENE SIGNED CHECK
      A Marilyn Monroe invoice from the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City. The one-page typed Waldorf-Astoria invoice lists 10 telephone charges from April 7-8, 1955, in the amount of $1,035.36. Typed at the top of the page: "Monroe Miss Marilyn / 480 Lexington Ave / New York NY / ARR 3 - 24 - 55 / ACC 191509 - C." The charges include a balance forward, phone, room, restaurant and garage. Stamped paid on April 8, 1955. Accompanied by a Milton Greene signed Marilyn Monroe Productions, Inc. check in the amount of $1,035.36 made out to "The Ambassador " and dated " April 8 , 1955."
Estimate: $400 - $600
 
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lot n°766: MARILYN MONROE BANK STATEMENT AND DEPOSIT SLIP
      Marilyn Monroe Productions, Inc. bank statement from Colonial Trust Company showing checks paid and the account balance from April 1957. Accompanied by a deposit slip from April 22, 1957, and matching calculation receipts in triplicate. Only days prior to this, Monroe took control of her production company and ousted former friend, business partner and photographer Milton Greene from her company.
Largest, 10 by 7 inches
PROVENANCE Lot 771, "Hollywood Legends," Julien's, Las Vegas, June 26, 2010
Estimate: $400 - $600

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lot n°771: MARILYN MONROE RECEIVED "SOME LIKE IT HOT" NOTE
      A letter dated April 1, 1959, addressed to Mrs. Arthur Miller, on Mirisch Company Inc/Some Like It Hot stationery, signed by Harold Mirisch. Letter reads, in part, “You know, of course, that the picture is doing tremendous business, and you should be very happy. My best to Arthur and yourself.”
11 by 8 1/2 inches
PROVENANCE Lot 797, "Julien's Summer Sale," Julien's Auctions, Las Vegas, June 26, 2009

 Estimate: $600 - $800
 
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lot n°772: MARILYN MONROE LETTER FROM 20TH CENTURY FOX
     A letter written to Marilyn Monroe from Lew Schreiber of 20th Century Fox advising that Monroe will begin shooting Time and Tide on April 14, 1959, under the direction of Elia Kazan. The letter is dated March 4, 1959, and signed by Schreiber. The date of this letter and the fact that filming did not begin on time is one battle in the Marilyn Monroe/20th Century Fox history.

 Estimate: $500 - $700
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lot n°778: MARILYN MONROE CABLE SENT TO THE ACADEMIE DU CINEMA
     A typed one-page letter dictated by Marilyn Monroe to be sent to Georges Auric of the Academie du Cinema in Paris, thanking him for the invitation to become an honorary member of his organization. Pencil notation indicates this was sent on February 6, 1960.
11 by 8 1/2 inches
PROVENANCE Lot 798, "Julien's Summer Sale," Julien's Auctions, Las Vegas, June 26, 2009

 Estimate: $200 - $400
 
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lot n°779: MARILYN MONROE SIGNED CHECK
     A Marilyn Monroe signed check. Drawn from a Marilyn Monroe Productions, Inc. account at Colonial Trust Company. The check is dated July 15, 1960, and made out to MCA Artists, LTD. in the amount of $672.94.

 Estimate: $1 000 - $2 000
 
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lot n°782: MARILYN MONROE BANK SAVINGS BOOK
     A City National Bank of Beverly Hills bank statement book. Marilyn Monroe’s name appears written in ink, and stamped inside on the first page are “NOV 17 ’61” and her account balance of $40,000.00.
5 1/2 by 3 1/4 inches
PROVENANCE Lot 194, "Property from the Estate of Marilyn Monroe," Julien's, Los Angeles, June 4, 2005

 Estimate: $600 - $800

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lot n°788: MARILYN MONROE ARTHUR MILLER UNUSED CHECK
    An unused check from a First National Bank of New York account belonging to Marilyn (Monroe) and Arthur Miller.
2 3/4 by 8 inches
PROVENANCE Partial Lot 142, "Property from the Estate of Marilyn Monroe," Julien's, Los Angeles, June 4, 2005

 Estimate: $200 - $400
 
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lot n°811: MARILYN MONROE LIVERY SERVICE RECEIPT
    A carbon receipt from Carey Cadillac Renting Company of California, Inc. dated "4/2/1962." It lists 7 1/2 hours of time spent driving and waiting for Marilyn Monroe. The service receipt shows Monroe going to her therapist Dr. Greenson's home at 902 Franklin Street twice that day.

 Estimate: $100 - $200
 
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lot n°812: MARILYN MONROE FUNERAL CARD
    An original card from the funeral of Marilyn Monroe on Wednesday, August 8, 1962, at the Westwood Village Mortuary in Los Angeles. The front of the card bears an image of the Bok Singing Tower. The inside reads in part "In Memory of Marilyn Monroe" with the details of her funeral service and Psalm 23.

 Estimate: $600 - $800
lot128547 lot128548

30 mars 2013

28/03/1959 Première Some Like It Hot

Le 28 mars 1959 se tient la première de "Some Like It Hot" ("Certains l'aiment chaud"), au Lowe’s Capitol Theater, un cinéma de Broadway, à New York. Marilyn Monroe y participe avec son mari Arthur Miller. Toute de blanc vêtue, avec une robe à strass, elle est plus resplendissante que jamais. 
Photographies de Lee Lockwood, Paul Slade, Bob Henriques, Paul Schumach et Henri Dauman.
On March 28, 1959 is the premiere of "Some Like It Hot" at Lowe's Capitol Theater, a Broadway cinema in New York. Marilyn Monroe arrives with her husband Arthur Miller. Dressed all in white, with a rhinestone dress, she is brighter than ever.
After, Marilyn and Arthur go to 135 Central Park West for the Lee and Paula Strasberg hosted post-premiere party following the showing of the movie.
Photographs by Lee Lockwood, Paul Slade, Bob Henriques and Henri Dauman.

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> Planche Contact
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> Snapshots
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> photographie de Paul Schmach
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> photographie de Manfred Kreiner
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Après la première, Marilyn et Arthur se rendent chez Lee et Paula Strasberg qui ont organisé une fête dans leur appartement au 135 Central Park West.

> Photographie de James Haspiel
1959_03_29_ny_slih_premiere_car_01_by_james_haspiel_1 

> Marilyn et Arthur arrivent chez les Strasberg
1959_03_29_ny_slih_premiere_car_02_1 1959_03_29_ny_slih_premiere_car_02_2 1959_03_29_ny_slih_premiere_car_03_1
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1959_03_29_ny_slih_premiere_party_strasberg_01_1 1959_03_29_ny_slih_premiere_party_strasberg_02_1 1959_03_29_ny_slih_premiere_party_strasberg_03_1 
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> La robe vendue par Christies
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>>  photo de presse
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16 février 2013

26/06/1959 Marilyn quitte le Lenox Hill Hospital

Le 26 juin 1959, Marilyn Monroe quitte -en compagnie de son mari Arthur Miller- l'hôpital Lenox Hill de New York (situé dans Manhattan), après y être restée 4 jours et d'y avoir subie une opération de l'endomètre par le Dr Mortimer Rodgers. Marilyn et Arthur regagnent leur appartement new-yorkais où Marilyn va se reposer.

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 1959_06_26_ny_lenox_hill_hospital_023_Barney_Stein_photographer 1959_AM646 1950s-mm_arthur
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> photo de Barney Stein 
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> photo de presse
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On 1959, June 26th, Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller are leaving Lenox Hill Hospital (Manhattan, New York) after her gynecological surgery. She is returning home to recuperate from a gynecological operation performed June 23rd by Dr Mortimer Rodgers. Miller described the operation as "corrective."    

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10 janvier 2013

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21 décembre 2012

9/09/1954 NY Conférence de Presse

Le 9 septembre 1954, Marilyn Monroe reçoit des journalistes pour une conférence de presse donnée au Saint Regis Hotel où elle loge durant son séjour à New York, pour les besoins du tournage de scènes en extérieures du film "The Seven year Itch" ("Sept ans de réflexion"). Sous des airs de cocktail, cette conférence de presse, organisée par Leonard Lyons, rédacteur en chef du 'New York Post', est d'ailleurs donnée en l'honneur de Marilyn afin de marquer le début du tournage dans la ville de New York. L'acteur Tom Ewell, partenaire de Marilyn dans le film, est présent; ainsi que l'actrice Ethel Merman (partenaire de Marilyn dans "There's no business like show business" - "La Joyeuse Parade") et le compositeur Irving Berlin. De nombreux journalistes assaillent Marilyn de questions, comme Earl Wilson. Les photographes Georges Barris et Sam Shaw mitraillent Marilyn avec leurs appareils.
Marilyn porte une paire de boucles d'oreilles pendantes noires.
On September 9, 1954, Marilyn Monroe meets the journalists for a press conference, organised by Leonard Lyons from the 'New York Post', to mark the beginning of the shooting of "The Seven Year Itch" in New York City. Tom Ewell, Ethel Merman, Irving Berlin and Earl Wilson are presents. The photographers are Georges Barris and Sam Shaw.

> photographies de George Barris
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mmJuliensAuction_2008_june_barris_lot381_02 1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_autograph_3 mmJuliensAuction_2008_june_barris_lot381_03 mmJuliensAuction_2008_june_barris_lot381_11
mmJuliensAuction_2008_june_barris_lot381_06 mmJuliensAuction_2008_june_barris_lot381_08 1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_press_conf_with_earl_wilson_by_barris_1 mmJuliensAuction_2008_june_barris_lot381_19
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> photographies de Sam Shaw
1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_mirror_by_shaw_1
1954-moviesecrets2555 1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_mirror_by_shaw_2
1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_press_conf_with_earl_wilson_tom_ewell_by_shaw_1 1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_press_conf_with_earl_wilson_tom_ewell_by_shaw_2 1955_fmf_Sam_Shaw__1954_b

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> Conférence / Cocktail au Saint Regis
1954_mm  

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> Marilyn avec Samuel Hoffman
1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_press_conf_with_samuel_hoffman_1 

> Marilyn avec Irving Berlin 
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> Marilyn avec Tom Ewell 
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1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_press_conf_with_tom_ewell_2 

> Marilyn avec Leonard Lyons
1954_09_08_press_party_04_with_leonard_lyons

> Marilyn avec Earl Wilson et Ethel Merman
1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_press_conf_with_earl_wilson_ethel_merman_1

> Marilyn avec Earl Wilson et Irving Berlin 
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> Marilyn avec Earl Wilson
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> Marilyn et d'autres journalistes
 1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_press_conf_010_1 1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_press_conf_020_1 1954_09_09_saint_regis_hotel_2
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 > Dans sa chambre d'hôtel
1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_010_1 
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> Déjeuner à "La Petite Cuvée" avec Milton Greene
1954_09_09_ny_dinner_with_milton_1  1954-greene


Marilyn change de boucles d'oreilles, pour porter des longues boucles pendantes blanches et scintillantes.
Elle donne une interview au journaliste Ed Wallace dans sa suite du Saint Regis.
She gives an interview to Ed Wallace at her Saint Regis Hotel Suite.

> interview avec Ed Wallace 
1954_09_10_hotel_room_interview_012_with_ed_wallace_1   
1954_09_10_hotel_room_interview_011_1 1954_09_10_hotel_room_interview_011_2   

 > photographies de Phil Stanziola
1954_09_10_hotel_room_interview_010_by_Phil_Stanziola_1 1954_09_10_hotel_room_interview_010_by_Phil_Stanziola_2

    > photographies de Sam Shaw 
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Marilyn va prendre ensuite un verre au restaurant Billy Reed's en compagnie de Leonard Lyons, l'acteur David Wayne, Milton Greene, le dramaturge Sidney Kingsley et le restaurateur Billy Reed.
She has a drink to Billy Reed's with Leonard Lyons, David Wayne, Milton Greene, Sidney Kingsley and Billy Reed.

1954_09_10_ny_billy_reeds_david_wayne_MM_leonard_lyons_1 

> photographies de Sam Shaw
1954_09_10_ny_billy_reeds_david_wayne_MM_milton_billy_reed_leonard_lyons_by_shaw_1  
1954_09_10_ny_billy_reeds_david_wayne_MM_milton_billy_reed_leonard_lyons_by_shaw_1a  

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Puis Marilyn se rend au Saint James Theater, pour assister à la pièce 'The Pajama Game', où elle se rend après dans les coulisses des loges pour rencontrer les acteurs -dont Carol Haynes.
She goes after to the Saint James Theater to see the play "The Pajama Games", where she meets the comedians (like Carol Haynes) in the backstage.

> Dans la salle du St James Theater  
photographies de Sam Shaw
1954_09_10_St_James_Theater_the_pajama_game_1 1954_09_10_St_James_Theater_the_pajama_game_2_by_shaw_1
1954_09_10_St_James_Theater_the_pajama_game_1a  

> Dans les loges du St James Theater  
photographies de Sam Shaw 
1954_09_10_St_James_Theater_the_pajama_game_backstage_1 1954_09_10_St_James_Theater_the_pajama_game_backstage_2 1954_09_10_St_James_Theater_the_pajama_game_backstage_7a 
1954_09_10_St_James_Theater_the_pajama_game_backstage_5_by_shaw_1 1954_09_10_St_James_Theater_the_pajama_game_backstage_6_by_shaw 1954_by_shaw_Marilyn2
1954_09_10_St_James_Theater_the_pajama_game_backstage_7 1954_09_10_St_James_Theater_the_pajama_game_backstage_3
1954_09_10_St_James_Theater_the_pajama_game_backstage_4_by_shaw_1 1954_09_10_St_James_Theater_the_pajama_game_backstage_4_by_shaw_1a 

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Dîner au restaurant Sardi's avec David Wayne (son partenaire dans "Comment épouser un millionaire"), Leonard Lyons (critique à NBC, père de Jeffrey Lyons), et Milton Greene, qui va les photographier à table.
Dinner at the Sardi's restaurant with David Wayne (partner in "How to Marry a Millionaire"), Leonard Lyons (movie critic on NBC, father of Jeffrey Lyons), and Milton Greene, who photographs them.


Séance "Candids"
- Milton H Greene -


> photographies de Milton Greene
1954_09_10_ny_club21_fur_by_greene_1   
1954_09_10_ny_club21_table_by_greene_1
marilyn_monroe_CA_136 marilyn_monroe_CA_137
marilyn_monroe_CA_125 marilyn_monroe_CA_132 marilyn_monroe_CA_126
marilyn_monroe_CA_123 marilyn_monroe_CA_124 marilyn_monroe_CA_128 
marilyn_monroe_CA_129 marilyn_monroe_CA_130 marilyn_monroe_CA_131
marilyn_monroe_CA_133 marilyn_monroe_CA_134 marilyn_monroe_CA_135
 

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Enfin, Marilyn enfile sa veste en fourrure pour terminer sa soirée au Club 21 avec Milton Greene, qui va la photographier à table.
She goes finally to the Club 21, with Milton Greene who takes photos of her.

> En voiture (par James Collins des Monroe Six)
1954_09_10_ny_club21_car_010_1 1954_09_10_ny_club21_car_020_1 
lot89018l  lot89018h 
1954_09_10_ny_club21_car_040_1 lot89025f  1954_09_10_ny_club21_car_021_1  
1954_09_10_ny_club21_car_041_1  lot89018j 1954_09_10_ny_club21_car_042_1 
1954-6d8a962ce3971aba8877fea8ba6715db 

> En voiture (collection Frieda Hull)
1954-09-09-ny-saint_regis_hotel-collection_frieda_hull-1 
1954-09-09-ny-saint_regis_hotel-collection_frieda_hull-2 
1954-09-09-ny-saint_regis_hotel-collection_frieda_hull-1a 1954-09-09-ny-saint_regis_hotel-collection_frieda_hull-2b 1954-09-09-ny-saint_regis_hotel-collection_frieda_hull-1b 
1954-09-09-ny-saint_regis_hotel-collection_frieda_hull-1c  1954-09-09-candid-collection_frieda_hull-246179_0a 

> Au Club 21
1954_09_10_ny_club21_fur_piano_1 1954_09_10_ny_club21_fur_piano_1a 1954_09_10_ny_club21_fur_piano_2
1954_09_10_ny_club21_table_01  

> photographies de Sam Shaw
1954_09_10_ny_club21_table_by_shaw_1 1954_09_10_ny_club21_fur_with_bob_kriendler_showing_trophies_by_shaw_1
1954_09_10_ny_club21_bar_01 1954_09_10_ny_club21_bar_04_by_shaw_1 1954_09_10_ny_club21_bar_02_by_shaw_1

1954-09-09-by_shaw-3 1954-09-09-by_shaw-4 1954-09-09-by_shaw-5
1954-09-09-by_shaw  1954-09-09-by_shaw-2 


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copyright text by GinieLand.

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