14 novembre 2014

Property from the life and career of MM - 12/2014 - Photos


Photographies


Lot 692: MARILYN MONROE SIGNED 1941 SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPH
 A Marilyn Monroe signed vintage original 1941 panoramic photograph from Ralph Waldo Emerson Jr. High School. Monroe can be seen in the seventh row from the bottom and the 15th person from the right. Inscribed by the future Marilyn Monroe, among other classmates, on verso, “To a swell, nice & perfect girl Norma Jeane Baker” with “41” possibly written below her name. The image was originally owned by Norma Jeane’s classmate, Joan Boggs, to whom the inscriptions are written.
8 by 24 3/4 inches
Winning bid:$2,560 - Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000
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Lot 693: GINGER ROGERS INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH TO NORMA JEANE BAKER
 A vintage black and white RKO studio publicity photograph of Ginger Rogers inscribed, "To Norma Jean Baker Sincerely Ginger Rogers 1937." In 1937 the eleven-year old Norma Jean was living with Grace McGee, a friend of Monroe's mother and a film cutter at RKO. It is possible that McGee arranged for the signing of this photograph for the young Marilyn Monroe. Monroe went on to co-star with Rogers in Monkey Business (20th Century Fox, 1952) fifteen years after this photograph was signed.
10 by 8 inches
Winning bid:$1,920 - Estimate: $800 - $1,200
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Lot 694: MARILYN MONROE WEDDING IMAGE SIGNED BY JAMES DOUGHERTY
 An image of Marilyn Monroe on her wedding day with first husband James Dougherty taken from a book. Inscribed and signed by Dougherty in blue ink. Attached to three other book pages of letters written by Monroe to Grace Goodard. This image can be found in the biography Marilyn: The Passion and the Paradox by Lois Banner (New York: Bloomsbury, 2012).
PROVENANCE From the Collection of Lois Banner
11 1/4 by 8 1/2 inches
Winning bid:$448 - Estimate: $200 - $300
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 Lot 710: MARILYN MONROE AND JOE KIRKWOOD PHOTOGRAPH
 A black and white original vintage photograph of Marilyn Monroe with actor and golfer Joe Kirkwood Jr. marked on verso in pencil with the actress and actors' names. This image can be found in the biography Marilyn: The Passion and the Paradox by Lois Banner (New York: Bloomsbury, 2012).
PROVENANCE From the Collection of Lois Banner
4 by 5 inches
Winning bid:$375 - Estimate: $300 - $500
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Lot 711: MARILYN MONROE ORIGINAL 1948 FOX STUDIOS PERFORMANCE PHOTOGRAPHS
 A collection of five black and white original vintage photographs showing Marilyn Monroe in the Fox Studios employee stage show "Strictly for Kicks" in 1948. Accompanied by two copies of the April 1948 "Action" newsletter featuring an article on the production that includes photographs and mentions of Monroe. One of the photographs can be seen in the biography Marilyn: The Passion and the Paradox by Lois Banner (New York: Bloomsbury, 2012).
PROVENANCE From the Collection of Lois Banner
5 by 4 inches
Winning bid:$1,024 - Estimate: $500 - $700
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Lot 713: MARILYN MONROE VINTAGE PHOTOGRAPH
 A Marilyn Monroe vintage original photograph taken by Frank Powolny circa 1950.
PROVENANCE From the lost archive of Marilyn Monroe
10 by 8 inches
Winning bid:$768 - Estimate: $400 - $600
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Lot 714: MARILYN MONROE LASZLO WILLINGER VINTAGE PHOTOGRAPH
 A Marilyn Monroe vintage original black and white publicity photograph taken by Laszlo Willinger for the film All About Eve (20th Century, 1950).
PROVENANCE From the lost archive of Marilyn Monroe
10 by 8 inches
 Winning bid:$4,062.50 - Estimate: $400 - $600
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 Lot 716: MARILYN MONROE 1951 PHOTOGRAPH
 A Marilyn Monroe vintage original photograph taken by Phil Burchman circa 1951. Believed to be taken for 20th Century Fox publicity photographs. Marked at lower right "F999-S-259."
PROVENANCE From the lost archive of Marilyn Monroe
5 by 4 inches
 Winning bid:$768 - Estimate: $300 - $500
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 Lot 717: MARILYN MONROE VINTAGE PHOTOGRAPH
 A Marilyn Monroe vintage original black and white photograph circa 1950.
PROVENANCE From the lost archive of Marilyn Monroe
10 by 8 inches
Winning bid:$640 - Estimate: $400 - $600
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 Lot 719: MARILYN MONROE VINTAGE PUBLICITY IMAGE
 A black and white publicity image of Marilyn Monroe taken by Frank Powolny and used to publicize the film How to Marry a Millionaire (20th Century, 1953). The image is spuriously stamped on the back as being copyrighted by Robert F. Slatzer.
9 1/2 by 8 inches
Winning bid:$1,562.50 - Estimate: $400 - $600
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Lot 721: MARILYN MONROE VINTAGE PHOTOGRAPH
 A Marilyn Monroe vintage black and white photograph.
PROVENANCE From the lost archive of Marilyn Monroe
10 by 8 inches
Winning bid:$2,812.50 - Estimate: $400 - $600
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 Lot 724: MARILYN MONROE CAMEL COAT SITTING PHOTOGRAPHS
 A pair of vintage photographs of Marilyn Monroe taken by Milton Greene in 1953. Each stamped on verso "Reproduction Forbidden."
PROVENANCE From the lost archive of Marilyn Monroe
7 by 5 inches
 Winning bid:$1,875 - Estimate: $400 - $600
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 Lot 726: MARILYN MONROE PUBLICITY PHOTOGRAPH
 A Marilyn Monroe vintage studio publicity photograph for the film How To Marry a Millionaire (20th Century, 1953).
PROVENANCE From the lost archive of Marilyn Monroe
10 by 8 inches
 Winning bid:$1,600 - Estimate: $400 - $600
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 Lot 729: MARILYN MONROE GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES PUBLICITY IMAGE
 A Marilyn Monroe vintage black and white studio publicity photograph for the film Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (20th Century, 1953).
PROVENANCE From the lost archive of Marilyn Monroe
10 by 8 inches
Winning bid: $576 - Estimate: $200 - $400
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Lot 730: MARILYN MONROE GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES PUBLICITY IMAGE
 A Marilyn Monroe vintage black and white studio publicity photograph for the film Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (20th Century, 1953).
PROVENANCE From the lost archive of Marilyn Monroe
10 by 8 inches
Winning bid: $448 - Estimate: $200 - $400
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 Lot 740: JOE DiMAGGIO PUBLICITY PHOTOGRAPH
 A vintage black and white image of Joe DiMaggio signing a baseball.
PROVENANCE From the lost archive of Marilyn Monroe
10 by 8 inches
 Winning bid: $448 - Estimate: $150 - $300
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Lot 741: MARILYN MONROE 1954 HONEYMOON PHOTOGRAPHS
 A pair of vintage original black and white photographs of Marilyn Monroe in Japan while on her honeymoon with Joe DiMaggio in 1954. DiMaggio can be seen in partial profile in the lower left of one image.
PROVENANCE From the lost archive of Marilyn Monroe
4 1/4 by 6 inches
 Winning bid: $384 - Estimate: $400 - $600
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Lot 742: MARILYN MONROE VINTAGE PHOTOGRAPHS
 A group of three vintage original black and white photographs of Marilyn Monroe at the Honolulu International airport in Hawaii during her honeymoon with Joe DiMaggio in 1954. The photographs were taken by a photographer who was tipped off that Monroe and DiMaggio were waiting in a secluded area of the airport. He and a friend, who was stationed in Hawaii with the Navy, went to photograph the newlyweds. The photographer gave the photographs he could not use to the friend, who kept them in his photo book of his time during the war and later sold the photographs at auction. Presumably, these photographs were never released for print. Monroe's thumb is bandaged, and some have accused DiMaggio of inflicting the injury. One of the images can be found in the biography Marilyn: The Passion and the Paradox by Lois Banner (New York: Bloomsbury, 2012).
PROVENANCE From the Collection of Lois Banner
and Lot 766, "Hollywood Legends," Julien's Auctions, Las Vegas, June 26, 2010
Largest, 9 1/2 by 7 1/2 inches
Winning bid: $1,875 - Estimate: $300 - $500
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Lot 744: MARILYN MONROE KOREA CONTACT SHEETS
 A group of seven contact sheets and one half sheet from Marilyn Monroe’s 1954 visit to Korea to entertain American troops. The black and white sheets show Monroe on stage, signing autographs, posing with servicemen, and behind a changing curtain in addition to images of the servicemen in the audience. Photographer unknown. Sheets marked on verso with numeric notations.
PROVENANCE From the lost archive of Marilyn Monroe
8 by 10 inches
Winning bid: $1,562.50 - Estimate: $600 - $800
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Lot 745: MARILYN MONROE KOREA VISIT PHOTOGRAPHS
 A group of four vintage original black and white photographs of Marilyn Monroe dining with troops in Korea in 1954. Also present is an image of a band performing on stage.
PROVENANCE From the lost archive of Marilyn Monroe
5 by 7 inches
Winning bid: $500 - Estimate: $400 - $600
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Lot 746: MARILYN MONROE 1954 KOREA VISIT PHOTOGRAPHS
 A group of four original vintage photographs of Marilyn Monroe visiting troops in Korea. Three show Monroe at servicemen’s bedside. Each has carbon copied information snipes and credits on verso from the United States Signal Corps.
PROVENANCE From the lost archive of Marilyn Monroe
5 by 7 inches
Winning bid: $625 - Estimate: $400 - $600
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 Lot 751: MARILYN MONROE AND JOE DiMAGGIO PHOTOGRAPH CUT IN HALF
 An original vintage photograph of Marilyn Monroe and Joe DiMaggio taken while on their honeymoon in Japan. The photograph has been cut in half directly between the couple.
PROVENANCE From the lost archive of Marilyn Monroe
Each half, 4 1/4 by 3 1/8 inches
 Winning bid:$1,280 - Estimate: $600 - $800
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Lot 756: MARILYN MONROE RIVER OF NO RETURN PHOTOGRAPHS
 A pair of vintage candid images of Marilyn Monroe on the set of River of No Return (20th Century, 1954). Both images are believed to have been taken by Milton Greene; only one of the images bear his stamp on verso. Both photographs are stamped "Reproduction Forbidden."
PROVENANCE From the lost archive of Marilyn Monroe
7 by 5 inches
Winning bid:$576 - Estimate: $400 - $600
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Lot 762: MARILYN MONROE BEMENT CENTENNIAL RIBBON
 A Marilyn Monroe beard contest judge ribbon and photograph from the 1955 Bement Centennial. The white ribbon with gold tone print reads "Bement/ Centennial/ Official/ 1855-1955." Cardstock affixed to the top of the ribbon reads "Marilyn Monroe." Accompanied by a vintage black and white photograph of Monroe at the event. Stamped on verso "News Gazette/ Photograph," with photocopies of articles about the event. Monroe attended the Centennial celebration and served as a judge in the beard contest, among other activities, after a resident assisted her in paying a hotel bill in exchange for her appearance. Originally from the estate of Peter Leonardi. The image can be found in the biography Marilyn : The Passion and the Paradox by Lois Banner (New York: Bloomsbury, 2012).
PROVENANCE From the Collection of Lois Banner
and Lot 718, "Julien's Summer Sale," Julien's Auctions, Las Vegas, June 26, 2009
Winning bid: $640 - Estimate: $600 - $800
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Lot 765: MARILYN MONROE CECIL BEATON PHOTOGRAPH
 A black and white vintage photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Cecil Beaton in 1956. The photograph is mounted to board.
PROVENANCE From the lost archive of Marilyn Monroe
9 by 9 inches
Winning bid: $3,840 - Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000
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Lot 766: MARILYN MONROE SECRETARIALLY SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH
 A Marilyn Monroe secretarially signed photograph accompanied by transmittal envelope. It appears the photograph was mailed out from Marilyn Monroe Productions to Bogota, Columbia, and returned.
PROVENANCE From the lost archive of Marilyn Monroe
10 by 8 inches
Winning bid: $11,250 - Estimate: $200 - $400
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 Lot 772: MARILYN MONROE MILTON GREENE CONTACT SHEET
 A contact sheet of 24 images of Marilyn Monroe taken by Milton Greene during a 1953 photoshoot on the Twentieth Century-Fox backlot. Monroe was shot by Greene preparing for the shoot (some images include Greene) and in a peasant costume worn by Jennifer Jones in Song of Bernadette (20th Century, 1943). Photographer's stamp and numeric note on verso.
PROVENANCE From the lost archive of Marilyn Monroe
8 by 10 inches
Winning bid: $896 - Estimate: $400 - $600 
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Lot 780: MARILYN MONROE MILTON GREENE VINTAGE PHOTOGRAPH
 An original vintage photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Milton Greene. Monroe is dressed as her character Chérie from the film Bus Stop (20th Century, 1956).
PROVENANCE From the lost archive of Marilyn Monroe
10 by 8 inches
 Winning bid: $1,125 - Estimate: $400 - $600
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Lot 781: MARILYN MONROE MILTON GREENE VINTAGE PHOTOGRAPH
 An original vintage photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Milton Greene. Monroe is dressed as her character Chérie from the film Bus Stop (20th Century, 1956).
PROVENANCE From the lost archive of Marilyn Monroe
10 by 8 inches
Winning bid: $1,600 - Estimate: $400 - $600
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Lot 782: MARILYN MONROE VINTAGE BUS STOP PHOTOGRAPH
 A Marilyn Monroe vintage black and white photograph taken on the set of the film Bus Stop (20th Century, 1956).
PROVENANCE From the lost archive of Marilyn Monroe
10 by 8 inches
Winning bid: $1,024 - Estimate: $400 - $600
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Lots 787/788: MARILYN MONROE VINTAGE PHOTOGRAPH
 A vintage photograph of Marilyn Monroe printed with two images of Monroe. Believed to have been taken by Sam Shaw circa 1958. The image shows Monroe in her New York apartment in front of her piano.
PROVENANCE From the lost archive of Marilyn Monroe
8 by 10 inches
Lot 787: Winning bid:$640 - Estimate: $200 - $400
Lot 788: Winning bid:$896 - Estimate: $300 - $500
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Lot 789: MARILYN MONROE VINTAGE PHOTOGRAPHS
 A pair of Marilyn Monroe vintage black and white photographs. One shows Monroe at a party. The other was taken on set and has a Milton Greene photography stamp on verso.
PROVENANCE From the lost archive of Marilyn Monroe
Largest, 8 by 10 inches
 Winning bid:$896 - Estimate: $600 - $800
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Lot 797: ARTHUR MILLER PHOTOGRAPH BY DAN WEINER
 An original vintage black and white photograph of Arthur Miller taken by Dan Weiner circa 1952. Stamped by the photographer on verso with handwritten notions that have been crossed out.
9 1/2 by 13 1/2 inches
Winning bid:$128 - Estimate: $200 - $400
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Lot 805: ARTHUR MILLER VINTAGE PHOTOGRAPHS
 A pair of vintage original black and white photographs of Arthur Miller. In one, Miller stands smiling next to a bicycle. Image marked on verso “Apr. 1955.” The second is a professional photograph of Miller. Stamped with photographer Daniel Bernstein’s stamp on verso.
PROVENANCE From the lost archive of Marilyn Monroe
7 by 5 inches
Winning bid:$128 - Estimate: $200 - $400
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Lot 812: MARILYN MONROE AND ARTHUR MILLER VINTAGE PHOTOGRAPH
 A Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller black and white vintage original photograph. Taken by Paul Schumach at the premiere of Some Like It Hot (UA, 1959). Photographer stamp on verso.
PROVENANCE From the lost archive of Marilyn Monroe
10 by 8 inches
 Winning bid:$3,125 - Estimate: $400 - $600
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Lot 814: MARILYN MONROE MILTON GREENE CONTACT SHEETS
 A collection of approximately five vintage contact prints of photographs taken by Milton Greene featuring Marilyn Monroe and Laurence Olivier at a press conference for the film The Prince and The Showgirl (Warner Bros., 1957) and Monroe with Marlon Brando at the premiere of the film The Rose Tattoo (Paramount, 1955). Also includes a contact sheet with images of an event where Sammy Davis Jr. was performing live.
Largest, 10 by 8 inches
Winning bid:$1,125 - Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000
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Lot 815: MARILYN MONROE MILTON GREENE PHOTOGRAPHS
 A vintage 8-by-10-inch gelatin silver photograph taken by Milton Greene, depicting Marilyn Monroe with Laurence Olivier at a press conference for the film The Prince and The Showgirl (Warner Bros., 1957) in which they played the starring roles. The photograph has been encapsulated and includes a letter of authenticity from PSA grading it a "Type I" original photograph. The verso of the photograph is marked with Greene's identification stamp. Accompanied by a vintage medium-format print of the same image as well as an additional vintage print of Monroe laughing.
10 by 8 inches
Winning bid:$ 5,760 - Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000
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Lot 816 C: MARILYN MONROE PERSONAL PHOTOGRAPHS
 A collection of Marilyn Monroe's personal photographs, including a photograph of Isador Miller (Monroe's father-in-law); two photographs of a television screen showing images of Monroe on The Jack Benny Program in 1953; a black and white image of an unknown woman, stamped by Milton Greene on verso; a color photograph of a manenquin holding up a champagne glass behind a sign that reads "Marilyn Monroe" dated "Mar 58"; a pair of images of two men in Scottish kilts; two photographs of children, one with an inscription on the back from "Ilah" (one of the children may be Joshua Greene); and a photograph taken behind the scenes of a film. Accompanied by a newspaper clipping of an image of Monroe.
PROVENANCE From the lost archive of Marilyn Monroe
Largest, 7 by 5 inches
Winning bid: $896 - Estimate: $300 - $500
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Lot 821: MARILYN MONROE CECIL BEATON TRIPTYCH
A three-panel sterling silver custom-made Cartier frame, gifted to Marilyn Monroe by Nedda and Joshua Logan. The center frame houses a black and white silver gelatin print of the portrait Cecil Beaton took of Monroe in 1956. This image is purported to be Monroe’s favorite image of herself. The portrait is mounted to board and signed on matte by Beaton. The center frame is engraved at the top “For Marilyn Monroe Miller” and at the bottom “Love Nedda and Joshua Logan.” Joshua Logan directed Monroe in her 1956 film Bus Stop . The left and right frames house a handwritten letter from Beaton describing Monroe. It reads in part, “But the real marvel is the paradox – somehow we know that this extraordinary performance is pure charade, a little girl’s caricature of Mae West. The puzzling truth is that Miss Monroe is a make-believe siren, unsophisticated as a Rhine maiden, innocent as a sleepwalker. She is an urchin pretending to be grown-up, having the time of her life in mother’s moth-eaten finery, tottering about in high-heeled shoes and sipping gingerale as though it were a champagne cocktail. There is an otherworldly, a winsome naiveté about the child’s eyes… .” The portrait can be seen in images of Monroe’s living room, where it was housed from 1956 until the actress’ death in 1962.
Please note: This item will not be available for shipment or pick-up until January 1, 2015.
PROVENANCE Lot 22 "The Personal Property of Marilyn Monroe," Christie's, New York, Sale number 9216, October 27 & 28, 1999
16 by 46 1/2 inches, framed
Winning bid: $38,400 - Estimate: $30,000 - $40,000
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Lot 822: MARILYN MONROE AFHU DINNER VINTAGE PHOTOGRAPH
 A vintage candid photograph of Marilyn Monroe at the September 27, 1959, American Friends of the Hebrew University (AFHU) awards ceremony in Philadelphia. Monroe's then husband, Arthur Miller, was honored at the event. Label affixed to the bottom center of the photograph reads "Hebrew University Dinner/ Sheraton Hotel Sunday Sept. 27."
PROVENANCE From the lost archive of Marilyn Monroe
8 by 10 inches
 Winning bid:$448 - Estimate: $300 - $500
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Lot 823: MARILYN MONROE AFHU DINNER VINTAGE PHOTOGRAPH
 A vintage candid photograph of Marilyn Monroe at the September 27, 1959, American Friends of the Hebrew University (AFHU) awards ceremony in Philadelphia. Monroe's then husband, Arthur Miller, was honored at the event. Label affixed to the bottom center of the photograph reads "Hebrew University Dinner/ Sheraton Hotel Sunday Sept. 27."
PROVENANCE From the lost archive of Marilyn Monroe
8 by 10 inches
 Winning bid:$576 - Estimate: $300 - $500
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Lot 824: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY JOHN BRYSON
 An original vintage black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller taken by photojournalist John Bryson in Los Angeles in 1960. Matted and framed. Christie's lot sticker affixed to frame back.
PROVENANCE Lot 340, "The Personal Property of Marilyn Monroe," Christie's, New York, Sale number 9216, October 27 & 28, 1999
Sight, 13 by 9 1/2 inches
Winning bid:$1,920 - Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000
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Lot 943: MARILYN MONROE CANDID COLOR PHOTOGRAPH
 A single Kodachrome wallet-sized candid photo print of Marilyn Monroe in her often seen disguise. The photo was taken in New York by a young fan who became acquainted with the star.
PROVENANCE From the Collection of Lois Banner
and Lot 788, "Julien's Summer Sale," Julien's Auctions, Las Vegas, June 26, 2009
3 1/2 by 2 1/2 inches
 Winning bid: $640 - Estimate: $200 - $400
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Lot 985 : MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY GEORGE BARRIS
 A photographic print of Marilyn Monroe, limited edition numbered 21/50, taken in 1962 by George Barris. Silver gelatin print, printed on double-weight fiber paper under the guidance and approval of George Barris by OneWest Publishing. Signed by the photographer and stamped by OneWest Publishing.
20 by 16 inches 
unsold - Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000

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Lot 994: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED BY ALLAN GRANT
An original vintage photograph signed by Allan Grant. This photograph was taken on July 7, 1962, in Marilyn Monroe’s Brentwood home for an article in LIFE magazine that went to newsstands on August 3, 1962. Monroe died two days later, on August 5.
29 by 26 inches, framed
Winning bid:$3,750  - Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000

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02 octobre 2014

18/01/1957 Jamaïque: Déjeuner au Half Moon

Marilyn Monroe et Arthur Miller prennent un déjeuner au 'Half Moon' à Montego Bay le 18 janvier 1957 pendant leur lune de miel en Jamaïque.

Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller take a lunch at 'Half Moon' in Montego Bay, in January, 18, 1957, during their honeymoon in Jamaica.

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23 avril 2014

12/06/1956 Miller de retour à New York

Le 12 juin 1956, Arthur Miller quitte le Nevada (d'où il a divorcé de son épouse Mary Slattery, divorce prononcé la veille, le 11 juin) et regagne New York pour rejoindre Marilyn Monroe à Sutton Place. A son arrivée à l'aéroport de New York, il refuse de commenter face aux journalistes sa relation avec Marilyn.

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In June 12, 1956, Arthur Miller leaves Nevada (where he divorced from his wife, Mary Slattery, divorce prononced the day before, on June 11) and returns in New York to join Marilyn Monroe in Sutton Place. On his arrival at the airport in New York, he declined to comment to reporters his relationship with Marilyn.


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Juin 1956 Sutton Place

Début juin 1956 (entre le 12 et le 20), Arthur Miller et Marilyn Monroe sont vus quittant l'appartement de Sutton Place à New York, se rendant dîner chez les parents d'Arthur à Brooklyn.
Early June 1956 (between the 12 and the 20), Arthur Miller and Marilyn Monroe are seen leaving the Sutton Place apartment in New York, going to dinner at Arthur's parents in Brooklyn.

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- 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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22 avril 2014

22/06/1956 Conférence de presse Sutton Place

Le matin du vendredi 22 juin 1956, Marilyn Monroe parvient à se faufiler par une sortie de service de son appartement de Sutton Place à New York, et ainsi échapper aux journalistes, pour se rendre à son rendez-vous avec son psychanalyste le Dr. Hohenberg. Ceux qui l'apercoivent ce matin là, découvrent une Marilyn défaite, portant des lunettes de soleil masquant à peine son visage bouffi, non maquillée, les cheveux emmêlés et non lavés; certains disent qu'elle ne s'est même pas lavée alors qu'il fait déjà chaud à New York ce matin là. Il semble qu'elle ait passé une mauvaise nuit. Quand les photographes l'accostent, elle leur répond: "Laissez-moi tranquille les gars. Je ne suis pas très bien." D'ordinaire, les photographes l'auraient laissée tranquille, surtout avec une star habituellement aussi coopérative que Marilyn, mais pas ce jour là. Ils la photographient, elle se cache le visage avec sa main, s'énerve et se précipite à l'intérieur jusqu'à l'ascenceur.
On the morning of Friday, June 22, 1956 , Marilyn Monroe managed to sneak out in a service entrance of her apartment in Sutton Place in New York, and thus avoids journalists, in order to go at her appointment with her psychoanalyst Dr. Hohenberg. People who see her that morning, discover a bedraggled Marilyn, wearing sunglasses not conceal her puffy face, with no makeup, hair tangled and unwashed; some people say she hasn't bathed while the day is already hot in New York this morning. It seems she has passed a bad night. When photographers accost her, she answers "Leave me alone, boys, I'm a mess". Usually , photographers would have left her alone, especially with a star usually as cooperative as Marilyn, but not that day. They photograph her, she hides her face with her hand, gets upset and rushes inside to the service elevator.

> Marilyn photographiée le matin du 22 juin
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Arthur Miller, arrivé depuis la veille au soir de Washington, découvre les gros titres de la presse: le New York Times écrit "Arthur Miller admet aider des groupes communistes dans les années 1940s", le New York Daily News: "Miller admet aider les Rouges, au mépris des risques" et le Chicago Tribune de titrer "Le fiancé de Marilyn admet aider les Rouges". Ni la presse, ni l'opinion publique ne semble apprécier Miller, qui, par ses déclarations, se montre suffisant, présomptueux et égocentrique: "Je vous mentirai si je dis que je ne pense pas qu'un artiste appartient, dans un certain degré, à une catégorie de classe spéciale".
Entre-temps, Francis Walter, président de l'HUAC (Commission des Activités Anti-Américaines), change d'avis sur Miller: "Je suis certain que le comité va discuter sur l'opportunité de le faire comparaître pour outrage très prochainement (...) cet homme sera traité comme tout à chacun qui apparaît devant le comité". "Je ne pense pas qu'il y ait beaucoup d'endroits dans ce pays où il ne pourrait pas profiter d'une lune de miel de miel avec Marilyn Monroe. Et sans son passeport".
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Miller, who arrived the night before from Washington, discovers the headlines in the press: The New York Times wrote "Arthur Miller Admits Helping Communist-Front Groups in '40s", the New York Daily News: "Miller Admits Aiding Reds, Risks Contempt", and the Chicago Tribune's headline "Marilyn's Fiancé Admits Aiding Reds." Neither the press nor the public seems to appreciate Miller, who, by his statements, proves he's sufficient, arrogant and self-centered: "I would be lying to you if I said that I didn't think the artist was, to a certain degree, in a special class."
Meanwhile, Francis Walter, president of HUAC
(House Un-American Activities Committee) changes his mind about Miller: "I am quite certain the committee will discuss the advisability of citing him for contempt very shortly. (...) this man will dealt with just as everybody else who appears before this committee." "I don't suppose there are too many places in this country where he wouldn't enjoy a honeymoon with Marilyn Monroe. Without passport."


Des rumeurs courent sur un imminent mariage de Miller et Monroe, planifié avant le 13 juillet et la journaliste à potins Hedda Hooper de réveler que la cérémonie aura lieu à la maison de Spyros Skouras. Après cette matinée difficile autant pour Marilyn que pour Arthur, le couple décide d'organiser une conférence de presse dans l'après-midi, à 16h30, devant l'immeuble de Sutton Place où vit Marilyn, leur permettant ainsi de donner une meilleure image d'eux dans la presse qui paraîtra le lendemain. C'est Marilyn qui, en fin de matinée, a fait contacter toutes les salles de rédaction.
There are rumors of an upcoming marriage of Miller and Monroe, planned before July 13, and gossip columnist Hedda Hopper reveals that the ceremony will take place at the home of Spyros Skouras. After a difficult morning for the both -Marilyn and Arthur- the couple decides to hold a press conference in the afternoon at 4:30 p.m., before the building of Sutton Place where Marilyn lives, allowing to give a better vision of them in the press to be published the next day. This is Marilyn, who, in the late morning, makes contact all the newsrooms.

En début d'après-midi, des reporters, photographes, journalistes de la presse et de la télévision, des caméramen, et de nombreux passants, dont une cinquantaine d'enfants, et des fans forment une foule devant l'immeuble de Sutton Place. Les locataires de Sutton Place, furieux, empêchent les reporters d'accéder à l'immeuble. Il y a tellement de monde, que les forces de l'ordre envoient douze policiers pour mantenir l'ordre et régler la circulation. La chaleur est oppressante. Un marchand de glaces ambulant vient s'installer au coin de la 57ème Rue et fait ainsi de bonnes affaires. Les habitants des immeubles voisins sont pendus à leur fenêtre. Tout le monde attend Marilyn. Plus d'une heure et quinze minutes après, la police envoie un émissaire la chercher car la circulation de la rue est bloquée, et les locataires se plaignent du tumulte. A 18 heures, Marilyn arrive enfin, au bras d' Arthur Miller. Elle ôte une paire de gants, la même qu'elle portait lors de son annonce de divorce d'avec Joe DiMaggio. Marilyn se montre très affectueuse envers Miller, le serrant fort dans ses bras, levant la tête et lui portant un regard d'admiration et d'amoureuse transit. En fait, elle le protège, et montre au monde entier un Miller que personne n'a jamais vu. Elle l'embrasse si fort qu'il lui demande d'arrêter sous peine de s'évanouir.
En réponse aux déclarations de Francis Walter sur la lune de miel, Arthur Miller répond: "Ce sera plutôt compliqué d'être en lune de miel ici, puisque Miss Monroe part en Angleterre". Et Marilyn d'ajouter: "Je ne serais pas aux Etats-Unis. Je dois y aller qu'il puisse venir ou non. J'éspère qu'il viendra avec moi." Marilyn est en effet attendue en Angleterre pour le tournage du "Prince et la Danseuse". Ils concluent la conférence de presse par un baiser.

Quelques déclarations de Marilyn:
> "Je n'ai jamais été autant heureuse de ma vie".
> "Nous avons tellement de choses en commun. C'est la première fois que j'aime vraiment. Arthur est un homme sérieux mais il a aussi un merveilleux sens de l'humour. Nous rions et plaisantons beaucoup. Je suis folle de lui."
Quelques déclarations de Miller:
> " C'est une bonne chose que nous allons nous marier qu'une fois. C'est tout ce que je peux vous dire".

In early afternoon, reporters, photographers, journalists of press and television, cameramen, and many people, including fifty children and fans, form a crowd in front of the building of Sutton Place. The tenants of Sutton Place, furious, prevent reporters to access the building. There are so many people that the police send twelve policemen to mantain order and regulating the flow. The heat is oppressive. An ice-cream wagon just sit at the corner of Est 57th Street and thus does brisk business. The neighbors are hanging out of windows. Everybody wait Marilyn. Over an hour and fifteen minutes later, the police sends an emissary to search her because the traffic on the street is blocked and tenants complain about the uproar. At 6 p.m., Marilyn finally arrives, on the arms of Arthur Miller. She takes off her pair of gloves, the same she wore the day she announced her divorce with Joe DiMaggio. Marilyn is very loving towards Miller, shaking strongly him in her arms, lifting her head and wearing him with a look of admiration and love transit. In fact, she protects him and shows to the world a Miller that nobody has never seen before. She embraces him so much that he asked her to stop or he is going to fall over. Answering to Francis Walter's statement about the honeymoon, Arthur Miller answers: "It would be rather difficult to honeymoon here, since Miss Monroe is going to England" and Marilyn adds: "I won't be in the U.S. I've got to go whether he can or not. I hope he'll go with me". Marilyn is indeed expected in England for the filming of "The Prince and the Showgirl". They conclude the press conference by a kiss.

Some Marilyn's statements:
> "I've never been happier in my life".
> "
We have so much in common. This is the first time that I really love. Arthur is a serious man, but he also has a wonderful sense of humor. We laugh and joke a lot. I'm crazy about him."
Some Miller's statements:
> "It's a good thing that we'll only be getting married once. That's all I can tell you."

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> snapshots de James Haspiel
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> photographies de Paul Slade 
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> photographies de Herb Scharfman 
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> photographies de Sam Schulman
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> photos de presse  
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>> sources:
Marilyn Monroe, Les inédits, de Marie Clayton. 
Marilyn Monroe, biographie de Barbara Leaming
Marilyn Monroe et les caméras, Georges Belmont 
Paris Match, n°378, du 7 juillet 1956


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23/06/1956 Sutton Place

Le samedi 23 juin 1956, la presse publie les photographies de Marilyn Monroe et Arthur Miller de la conférence de presse improvisée la veille devant l'immeuble de Sutton Place. Les articles n'évoquent non plus le témoignage de Miller devant la comparution, mais du projet de mariage. Dès le matin, une rumeur parmi les journalistes annonce que le couple a prévu de se marier le soir même. Marilyn n'ayant pas de rendez-vous le week-end, personne ne la voit. Désireuse de garder la presse de son côté, elle envoie un assistant pour répondre aux questions des journalistes: il dément les rumeurs du mariage, et, face à l'insistance des reporters, il fait appeler le service d'étage afin de vérifier auprès de Miller.
A environ midi, Miller part avec la Thunderbird noire décapotable de Marilyn et revient deux plus tard. A 15h15, les journalistes apercoivent la tête baissée de Miller à une fenêtre du huitième étage.

On Saturday, June 23, 1956, the press publishes the photographs of Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller from the impromptu press conference the day before, in front of the building of Sutton Place. Articles don't mention either the testimony of Miller before the committee, but the wedding plans. In the morning, a rumor among journalists announces that the couple plan to get married the night. Marilyn has no date on the weekend, so no one sees her. Eager to keep the press on her side, she sends an assistant to answer questions from reporters, he denies rumors of marriage, and, at the reporters' urging, he called upstairs on the door-man's house phone to double-check with Miller.
Around noon, Miller leaves with the Marilyn's black Thunderbird convertible and he's back two hours later. At 5:15 p.m., newsmen see the ducked head of Miller at a eighth-floor window. 


>> source:
Marilyn Monroe, biographie de Barbara Leaming

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21 avril 2014

Paris Match 7/07/1956

pm-M0007302Le magazine Paris Match n°378, du 7 juillet 1956, consacrait sa couverture à Marilyn Monroe et Arthur Miller, avec un article de neuf pages sur l'annonce du mariage de Marilyn avec Miller, intitulé: "Marilyn se marie", reportage de leurs correspondants la journaliste Mara Sherbatoff et le photographe Paul Slade. 

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18 avril 2014

Pendant "The Prince and the Showgirl"

Le prince et la danseuse
Sur le tournage

Marilyn Monroe et Arthur Miller lors d'une réception improvisée sur le plateau de tournage.
Photographies de
Milton H. Greene

Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller during a reception organised on the set.
Photographs by Milton H. Greene

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Marilyn Monroe et son mari Arthur Miller photographiés par Jack Cardiff.
Marilyn Monroe and her husband Arthur Miller photographied by Jack Cardiff.

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02 avril 2014

25/06/1956 Marilyn et Arthur à Roxbury

Après avoir annoncé leur projet de mariage, Marilyn Monroe et Arthur Miller comprennent que la presse ne leur laisserait pas de répit. C'est pourquoi ils ont décidé de quitter New York le 24 juin pour s'installer dans la propriété de Miller à Roxbury, dans le Connecticut. Mais les journalistes retrouvent leurs traces et des photographes les traquent. Quand Marilyn se réveille le matin du lundi 25 juin 1956, elle entend la clameur des journalistes du monde entier provenant de l'extérieur, cachés derrière la grande haie et même un hélicopter survole la propriété. 
Ce matin là, Arthur se prépare pour se rendre à Manhattan, New York, afin de s'entretenir avec son avocat Lloyd Garrison. Mais avant de partir, p
our satisfaire les médias, Marilyn et Arthur leur accordent une séance photos dans le jardin de la propriété. Ils apparaissent dans des tenues décontractées, souriants, avec Hugo, le chien de Miller. Ils affirment que le mariage n'aura pas lieu avant plusieurs jours, Miller de préciser "il n'y aura pas de mariage cette semaine" sans communiquer le lieu, puis Miller demandera aux photographes et journalistes de se retirer pour permettre à Marilyn de se reposer. Il promet une nouvelle annonce dans les jours suivants.
Puis Marilyn retourne dans la chambre à l'étage se reposer. Pendant que les enfants d'Arthur jouent dehors, Augusta Miller -la mère d'Arthur- annonce que Marilyn est épuisée et qu'elle a besoin de repos. Les journalistes vont alors en ville, dans le centre de Roxbury, pour peaufiner leur travail avec l'envoi de courrier, et pour prendre leur repas. Les résidents ne leur font pas un bon accueil, et ressentent leur présence comme une invasion.

After announcing their wedding plans, Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller understand that the press would not let them rest. That is the reason why they decide to leave New York on June 24 to move into the property of Miller in Roxbury, Connecticut. But reporters found their tracks and photographers stalk them. When Marilyn awakes on the morning of Monday, June 25, 1956, she hears the clamor of reporters of the worldwide outside, hidden beside the big hedge and even a helicopter flies over the property.
This morning, Arthur has to go in Manhattan to confer with his lawyer Lloyd Garrison. But before to leave, to satisfy the reporters, Marilyn and Arthur accept a photo shoot in the garden of the property. They appear in casual wear, smiling, with Hugo, the Miller's dog. They argue that the marriage will not take place for several days, Miller specify "there will be no wedding this week," without specifying the location, and then, Miller asks photographers and journalists to retire to allow Marilyn to rest. He promises a new statement in the following days.
Then, Marilyn goes back to the upstairs bedroom. While the Arthur's children play outside, Augusta Miller -Arthur's mother- announce that Marilyn is badly run down and needs rest. So reporters go in town, in Roxbury's center, to finish their works, send mails, and take their lunch. The residents don't get them a warm welcome and feel their presence as an invasion.
Photographies de Charles Carson et de Seymour Wally (pour 'NY Daily News'). 

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L'après-midi, Arthur Miller se rend au bureau de ses avocats Lloyd Garrison et Joseph L. Rauh sur Madison Avenue à Manhattan. Rauh, qui était à Washington, a préparé durant le week end des documents à faire signer à Miller, dont une déclaration sous serment contenant des extraits de ses oeuvres littéraires et des entretiens prouvant sa croyance à la démocratie. Garrison a quand à lui écrit une lettre au Président de la commission Walter demandant un délai de 10 jours pour préparer une note sur les précédents pour ne pas citer Miller pour outrage. Ses avocats voulaient que Walter reçoive la lettre avant que la commission HUAC ne se réunisse le mercredi matin.

On the afternoon, Arthur Miller goes to his lawyer's office Lloyd Garrison and Joseph L. rauh on Madison Avenue, Manhattan, NY. Rauh, who was in Washington, has prepared on the week end several documents to make draft at Miller, as an affidavit consisting of passages from his literary work and interviews that indicated a belief in democracy. And Garrison writes a letter to Chairman Walter requesting ten days to prepare amemorandum on precedents for not citing Miller for contempt. His lawyers wanted tat Walter receive the letter before HUAC meet on Wednesday morning.


Le soir, Arthur Miller et Marilyn Monroe posent brièvement pour les photographes avant d'aller dîner chez Morty Miller, le cousin d'Arthur, qui vit à 2 km de chez eux.
On the evening, Arthur Miller and Marilyn Monroe pose briefly for photographers before to go dinner at Morty Miller's, the Arthur's cousin, who lives at a mile and half away.

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> photographies de Paul Slade
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> photos de presse
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>> sources:
Marilyn Monroe, biographie de Barbara Leaming
Marilyn Monroe, Les inédits, de Marie Clayton.

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31 mars 2014

28/06/1956 Roxbury

Le jeudi 28 juin 1956, en découvrant que les journalistes campent encore dans les rues de Gold Mine et Old Tophet devant sa maison de Roxbury, Arthur Miller leur propose un accord. Les docteurs ont ordonné à Marilyn Monroe le plus grand repos et elle désire s'exposer au soleil sans devoir se cacher sous une couverture. Mais les journalistes ne veulent pas s'éloigner de la maison, de peur de rater le mariage. Donc Arthur leur promet que le mariage ne se déroulera pas avant samedi et si les reporters acceptent de partir, Arthur et Marilyn tiendront une conférence de presse le lendemain après-midi (le vendredi). Arthur Miller précise "J'ai toujours tenu parole. Et je le ferai dans ce cas précis." Une heure plus tard, les journalistes se sont dispersés.
Miller et sa famille sont dans l'attente de la décision de la commission, à savoir si il pourra obtenir un passeport ou non pour accompagner Marilyn en Angleterre. L'HUAC (Commission des Activités Anti-Américaines) a voté unanimement de laissé un délai de 10 jours avant de se prononcer; en fait, ils laissent à Miller un délai de réflexion pour livrer les noms de communistes.
Morty Miller, le cousin d'Arthur, vient chez Arthur chercher deux flacons de sang; les analyses de sang étant obligatoire pour obtenir la licence de mariage.

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On Tuesday, June, 28, 1956, by discovering that reporters stipp camped out at Gold Mine and Old Topher Streets, in front of his Roxbury's house, Arthur Miller propose them a deal. Doctors have ordered Marilyn to get some res and she wants to sunbathe without having to hide under a hedge. But reporters don't want to get away from the house, for fear of missing the wedding. So, Arthur promises that the marriage will not take place until Saturday and if reporters are willing to go, Arthur and Marilyn will held a press conference on the afternoon of the next day (Friday). Arthur Miller specifies "I have always kept my word and I will in this instance." One hour later, reporters disperse.
Miller and his family wait for the decision of the Commitee, if he will get a passport or not, in order to go in England with Marilyn. HUAC (House Un-American Activities Committee) has voted unanimously to wait ten days before deciding on a contempt citation; in fact, they let Miller the choice to give names of Communists.

Morty Miller, Arthur's cousin, comes at Arthur's to keep two vials of blood; blood tests have to be tested before to get the marriage license.


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