03 décembre 2022

17/12/2022, HERITAGE "Hollywood & Entertainment Signature": Lots

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17 décembre 2022
- 29 lots avec Marilyn Monroe -

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Lot 89077: Marilyn Monroe in Los Angeles, 1945, by André de Dienes (3)
Vintage original gelatin silver matte and semi-gloss borderless double-weight 20" x 15- ½", 17-¾" x 16", and 19" x 16" prints of Marilyn Monroe in Los Angeles, 1945, by André de Dienes, with A. Diénes signature in ink on the recto of one, PHOTO / ANDRE DE DIENES / 1401 SUNSET PLAZA DRIVE / HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. 90069 blue and black rubber stamps and copyright stamps on the verso. Printed 1960s.
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Lot 89078: Marilyn Monroe in Los Angeles, 1945, by André de Dienes (2)
Vintage original gelatin silver semi-gloss and glossy borderless double-weight 13" x 11" and 13-½" x 10-¾" prints of Marilyn Monroe in Los Angeles, 1945, by André de Dienes, with PHOTO / ANDRE DE DIENES / 1401 SUNSET PLAZA DRIVE / HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. 90069 black rubber stamps on the verso of each and PHOTO / ANDRE DIENES on the verso of one. Printed 1960s.
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Lot 89079: Marilyn Monroe at Mt. Hood, Oregon, 1945, by André de Dienes (2)
Vintage original gelatin silver glossy borderless double-weight 13" x 10-½" and 10-½" x 13-½" prints of Marilyn Monroe at Mt. Hood, Oregon, 1945, by André de Dienes, with PHOTO / ANDRE DE DIENES / 1401 SUNSET PLAZA DRIVE / HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. 90069 black rubber stamp and PHOTO / ANDRE DIENES on the verso of each. Printed 1960s.
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Lot 89080: Marilyn Monroe at Malibu Beach, 1946 and Tobey Beach, 1949 by André de Dienes (3)
Vintage original gelatin silver semi-gloss borderless double-weight 9-½" x 12-3/16", 13-½" x 10-14/16", and 13" x 9-½" prints of Marilyn Monroe at Malibu Beach, 1949, by André de Dienes, with PHOTO / ANDRE DE DIENES / 1401 SUNSET PLAZA DRIVE / HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. 90069 /TELEPHONE 652-6737 black rubber stamp and dedication by Shirley de Dienes in black ink (1) on the verso. Printed 1960s.
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Lot 89081: Marilyn Monroe at Tobey Beach, 1949, by André de Dienes (2)
Vintage original gelatin silver glossy and semi-gloss borderless double-weight 13-½" x 10-¾" and 13-¼" x 10-½" prints of Marilyn Monroe at Tobey Beach, 1949, by André de Dienes, with PHOTO / ANDRE DE DIENES / 1401 SUNSET PLAZA DRIVE / HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. 90069 and ANDRE / Dienes / 1401 SUNSET PLAZA DRIVE / HOLLYWOOD CALIFORNIA 90069 / 652-1727 black rubber stamps on the verso. Printed 1960s.
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Lot 89082: Marilyn Monroe at Malibu Beach, 1949, by Andre de Dienes (1)
Vintage original gelatin silver semi-gloss double-weight 10" x 8" print of Marilyn Monroe posing on driftwood, at Malibu Beach, 1949, by Andre de Dienes, with red and black rubber stamps and Kim Goodwin collection stamp on the verso. Printed 1960s.
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Lot 89083: Marilyn Monroe at Malibu Beach, 1945, by André de Dienes (2)
Vintage original gelatin silver glossy borderless double-weight 13-¾" x 10- ¼" and 12-¼" x 10" prints of Marilyn Monroe at Malibu Beach, 1945, by André de Dienes, with PHOTO / ANDRE DE DIENES / 1401 SUNSET PLAZA DRIVE / HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. 90069 and PHOTO / ANDRE DIENES black and red rubber stamps on the verso. Printed 1960s.
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Lot 89084: Marilyn Monroe at Tobey Beach, 1949, by André de Dienes (3)
Vintage original gelatin silver glossy borderless double-weight 13-¾" x 10-¾", 11-¼" x 8-¾", and 13-½" x 10-14/16" prints of Marilyn Monroe at Tobey Beach, 1949, by André de Dienes, with PHOTO / ANDRE DE DIENES / 1401 SUNSET PLAZA DRIVE / HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. 90069 black rubber stamp on the verso of each. Printed 1960s.
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Lot 89085: Marilyn Monroe at Her Bungalow at the Bel Air Hotel, 1953 by André de Dienes (2)
Vintage original gelatin silver glossy borderless double-weight 13-½" x 10-¾" and 13- ¾ x 11" prints of Marilyn Monroe at the Bel Air Hotel, 1953, by André de Dienes, with PHOTO / ANDRE DE DIENES / 1401 SUNSET PLAZA DRIVE / HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. 90069 red and black rubber stamp on the verso. Printed 1960s and printed later.
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Lot 89086: Marilyn Monroe at Her Bungalow at the Bel Air Hotel, 1953 by André de Dienes (2)
Vintage original gelatin silver glossy borderless double-weight 13-½" x 10-¾" and 13- ¾ x 11" prints of Marilyn Monroe at the Bel Air Hotel, 1953, by André de Dienes, with PHOTO / ANDRE DE DIENES / 1401 SUNSET PLAZA DRIVE / HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. 90069 red and black rubber stamp on the verso. Printed 1960s and printed later.
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Lot 89087: Marilyn Monroe by Philippe Halsman, for LIFE, 1952 (1)
Edition 235 of 250, printed 1981. Vintage original gelatin silver semi-gloss double-weight 14" x 11" print of Marilyn Monroe by Philippe Halsman, for LIFE cover variant, April 7, 1952, Edition 235 of 250, printed 1981, with HALSMAN/MARILYN copyright rubber stamp and numbered (graphite addition) on the verso.
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Lot 89088: Marilyn Monroe at Her Bungalow at the Bel Air Hotel, Los Angeles, 1953, and at Mt. Hood, Oregon, 1945, by André de Dienes (2) .
Vintage original gelatin silver matte double-weight 23" x 19-½" and 22-¼" x 19- ½" prints of Marilyn Monroe at her Bungalow at the Bel Air Hotel, Los Angeles, 1953, and at Mt. Hood, Oregon, by André de Dienes, with 53 and Diénes signature in black ink on the recto and blue rubber stamp on the verso of one; and brown rubber stamp and extensive dedication by Shirley de Dienes in blue ink on the verso of one. Printed 1960s. 
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Lot 89088: Marilyn Monroe at the Bel Air Hotel, 1953, Oversize Gelatin Silver Prints by André de Dienes (3)
Vintage original gelatin silver glossy borderless double-weight 13- ½" x 10-¾", 13-¾" x 10", and 12" x 10- ¾" prints of Marilyn Monroe at the Bel Air Hotel, 1953, by André de Dienes, with PHOTO / ANDRE DE DIENES / 1401 SUNSET PLAZA DRIVE / HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. 90069 black rubber stamp and 1953 - MM / AD / SD / 6/85 in blue ink (1) on the verso. Printed ca. 1985, and printed 1960s.
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Lot 89089: Marilyn Monroe Lifting Barbells at the Bel Air Hotel, 1953, by André de Dienes (2)
Vintage original gelatin silver glossy borderless double-weight 11 x 13-½" and 11" x 13" prints of Marilyn Monroe lifting barbells at the Bel Air Hotel, 1953, by Andre de Dienes, with PHOTO / ANDRE DE DIENES / 1401 SUNSET PLAZA DRIVE / HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. 90069 black rubber stamp on the verso of each. Printed 1960s.
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Lot 89090: Marilyn Monroe in a Book Store, 1953, by André de Dienes (2)
Vintage original gelatin silver glossy and semi-gloss borderless double-weight 8" x 7-½" and 13-¾" x10-¾" prints of Marilyn Monroe in a book store, 1953, by Andre de Dienes, with Dienes signature in black ink on the recto of one, and PHOTO / ANDRE DE DIENES / 1401 SUNSET PLAZA DRIVE / HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. 90069 black and red rubber stamp on the verso. Printed 1960s.
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Lot 89091: Marilyn Monroe at Malibu Beach, 1945, by André de Dienes (1)
Vintage original semi-gloss borderless double-weight 11" x 14" print of Marilyn Monroe at Malibu Beach, 1945, by André de Dienes, with PHOTO / ANDRE DE DIENES / 1401 SUNSET PLAZA DRIVE / HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. 90069 black rubber stamp on the verso. Printed 1960s.
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Lot 89092: Marilyn Monroe at the Barnum & Bailey Circus, Madison Square Garden, 1955, by Wegee (Arthur Fellig) (1)
Vintage original gelatin silver semi-gloss double-weight 14" x 11" print of Marilyn Monroe at the Barnum & Bailey Circus, Madison Square Garden, 1955, by Wegee (Arthur Fellig).
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 Lot 89094: Marilyn Monroe at the Actor's Studio, by Roy Schatt (1)
Vintage original gelatin silver semi-gloss double-weight 17" x 14" print of Marilyn Monroe at the Actor's Studio by Roy Schatt, printed 1987, with signature and "taken in 1955 - this print done in 1987" in black ink on the verso.
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Lot 89095: Marilyn Monroe in Los Angeles, 1962, by George Barris (4)
Vintage original gelatin silver semi-gloss double-weight 17" x 14" print of Marilyn Monroe at the Actor's Studio by Roy Schatt, printed 1987, with signature and "taken in 1955 - this print done in 1987" in black ink on the versoVintage original gelatin silver matte double-weight (2) and semi-gloss (2) 7" x 5" prints of Marilyn Monroe in Los Angeles, 1962, by George Barris, with signature in black ink on the recto and Kim Goodwin collection stamp on the verso of each. Printed later.
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Lot 89096: Marilyn Monroe Signed Photograph
Vintage original silver gelatin photograph signed by legendary icon Marilyn Monroe. Monroe has inscribed in blue ink, "To Vernon, the customer is always right Marilyn Monroe". The signature is clear and legible.    
Bid: $8,000  - Sold: -

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Lot 89097: Marilyn Monroe "Angela Phinlay" Jumper from The Asphalt Jungle (MGM, 1950)
Vintage original 2-piece bespoke beige crepe jumper with integral blouse with short shawl collar, ¾-sleeves with crème stripes, and hoop and button front closure. Integral pleated pants match the design of the crème-striped sleeves and feature a banded waist with self-fabric belt hoops and zipper front closure. Includes the beige web belt with self-fabric covered brass buckle. Interior unlined. Highly visible in the scene when "Emmerich" (Louis Calhern) discovers "Angela" (Marilyn) sleeping on a sofa and throughout the scene. Exhibiting age and production wear.
Bid: $60,000  - Sold: -

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Lot 89098: Marilyn Monroe "Nell Forbes" Dress with Belt from Don't Bother to Knock (TCF, 1952)
Vintage original green and black patterned cuffed short-sleeve, knee length, shift dress with white cotton, lace-edged Peter Pan collar, and snap front closure. Created by legendary film, stage, and screen costume designer William Travilla, who designed some of Marilyn's most famous costumes. Altered for subsequent production, the collar has been added, sleeves shortened and cuffed, front buttons removed and self-belt not included. Visible throughout the movie and in the trailer and other publicity materials. Retaining the internal fabric bias label handwritten, "1-27-1-7611 Marilyn Monroe A-661-05" sewn in at the seam. Exhibiting wear and age and some fading to areas.
Bid: $20,000  - Sold: -

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Lot 89099: Marilyn Monroe "Lorelei Lee" Showgirl Leotard Worn for Promotion of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (MGM, 1953)
Vintage original bespoke showgirl leotard constructed of form-fitted nude nylon panels ornamented with sunflower yellow and jet-black sequins, clear and black strung bugle beads, faceted crystals, black bead tassels and sprays, with large crystal embellishment of a variety of shapes and sizes of faceted crystals ringing the halter collar and culminating in a cluster of brooch-style crystals at the plunging v-neckline of the garment. With zipper and hook and eye back closure, and black lace over nude fabric at the hips. Worn by Marilyn for publicity appearances alongside her Gentlemen Prefer Blondes co-star Jane Russell, who wore an identical custom costume. The interior has been reinforced for display with 2-web bands, which are gently thread-basted and easily removed. The leotard retains its original internal 20th Century-Fox bias label handwritten in ink, "M. Monroe" and an interior studio paper laundering tag. Exhibiting wear, rubbing to base fabric, exposed elastic shoulder straps, and sequin and bead loss, soiling throughout, not detracting from the spectacular effect of the dazzling, glamorous, and revealing costume.   
Bid: $40,000  - Sold: -

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Lot 89100: Marilyn Monroe "Elsie" Signature Pearl-Encrusted Mermaid Gown from The Prince and the Showgirl (Warner Bros., 1957)
Vintage original short-sleeved, floor-length mermaid ball gown constructed of crème silk, and sheer organza sleeve with pearl-beaded sweetheart neckline and form-fitted bodice, embellished with delicate seed pearls and faceted rhinestones and beads on ruched bust, left sleeve, and lower sleeve above the voluminous, heavily-weighted ivory satin "mermaid tail" hem. Left sleeve with top hook and eye closure extending to the side zipper closure surrounded by more hook and eye closures.
Custom designed and constructed to Marilyn Monroe's legendary form by British designer Beatrice Dawson. The iconic Monroe shows off this dramatic hourglass silhouette and dramatically sweeping skirt throughout many principal scenes in the film. This gown is also featured in images of Monroe in this form-fitting garment in much of the film's publicity materials. Retaining the internal Western Costume bias label handwritten "#5 Marilyn Monroe".
Exhibiting expected age and production wear. Of the three examples of this dress we've encountered, this is by far the prime article. The quality and preservation of materials and embellishments are unparalleled. Most minor soiling from age and storage can be easily reversed and the appearance of the gown further enhanced by the new owner.
Bid: $80,000  - Sold: -

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Lot 89101: Marilyn Monroe's Personal Custom-Made 3-Piece Mirror from Her Dressing Room In Her Final Brentwood, California Home (1963)
Vintage original, full-length 3-paneled dressing mirror, hinged between mirror panels and adjustable to see a subject from all angles. This custom-made mirror was installed in Marilyn Monroe's third bedroom, which she used as her committed dressing and fitting room. The central stationary mirror panel measures 42" x 96", while the side wing mirror panels measure 24" x 96" each. Originally acquired by Dr. and Betty Nunez, the first purchasers of Monroe's house in 1963 after her untimely death in late 1962. Comes with a copy of a notarized letter from Michael Nunez, whose parents, Dr. and Betty Nunez, purchased Marilyn's home in 1963 and an LOA from the consignor, whose parents were gifted the mirror by the Nunez family in 1976 after escrow fell through on them purchasing Marilyn's home from the Nunez's.
Bid: $5,000  - Sold: -

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Lot 89102: Marilyn Monroe's Wall Sconce from her Master Bedroom in her Brentwood, California (1960s)
Vintage original tin framed, smoked glass paneled wall lighting sconce from Marilyn Monroe's Brentwood, California home. The sconce was originally a candle holder with the front glass panel retaining the hinge and latch, which allows it to be opened for access. Measuring 12" x 9" x 4.5". Acquired directly from the wall in the master bedroom next to the door of Marilyn's home by the consignor's parents in 1976 while they were in escrow to buy Marilyn's house before the deal ultimately fell through. Exhibiting age, oxidization, and with bulb and some electronics present but untested. In vintage Very Good to Fine condition. Accompanied by a LOA from the consignor who was present at the time of acquisition from Monroe's home.
Bid: $3,000  - Sold: -

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Lot 89103: Marilyn Monroe's Decorative Striped Tiles (36) from Her Brentwood, California Home (1960s)
Vintage original (36) striped ornamental ceramic tiles from Marilyn Monroe's Brentwood, California home. These tiles were personally chosen and purchased by Marilyn Monroe in Taxco, Mexico, to redecorate her new home. These were replacement tiles kept by Marilyn in the event of damage. Measuring 1.5" x 4.5" x .5". Acquired by the consignor's parents in 1976 while they were in escrow to buy Marilyn's house before the deal ultimately fell through. Exhibiting age and minor chipping. In vintage Very Good to Fine condition. Accompanied by a LOA from the consignor who was present at the time of acquisition at Monroe's home.
Bid: $775  - Sold: -

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 Lot 89104: Marilyn Monroe's Decorative Orchid Tiles (22) from Her Final Home in Brentwood, California (1960s)
Vintage original (22) orchid motif ornamental ceramic tiles from Marilyn Monroe's Brentwood, California home. These tiles were personally chosen and purchased by Marilyn Monroe in Taxco, Mexico, to redecorate her new home. These were replacement tiles kept by Marilyn in the event of damage. Measuring 1.5" x 4.5" x .5". Acquired by the consignor's parents in 1976 while they were in escrow to buy Marilyn's house before the deal ultimately fell through. Exhibiting age and minor chipping. In vintage Very Good to Fine condition. Accompanied by a LOA from the consignor who was present at the time of acquisition from Monroe's home.
Bid: $825  - Sold: -

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 Lot 89105: Bette Davis "Margo Channing" Costume Sketch by Edith Head for All About Eve (TCF, 1950)
Vintage original costume sketch accomplished in pencil and gouache on 13" x 17" artist's paper leaf. Featuring a pencil skirt gown with jewel encrusted neckline and sable stole. Handwritten at the top left corner of the page, "Bette Davis" and signed in the lower right "Edith Head". Exhibiting age and production wear with some chipped edges and water staining to lower edge of paper.
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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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22 décembre 2009

1950 - All About Eve


>> Sur le web
:
- fiche sur imdb (en anglais)
- infos sur le film sur le wikipedia français
- infos sur le film sur le wikipedia anglais
- analyse détaillée du film sur DVDclassik (en français)
- analyse et critique du film sur critikat (en français)
- analyse du film sur filmsite (en anglais)

13 novembre 2009

Tests costumes pour All about Eve

Eve


Tests Costumes 


Test Costumes de Marilyn Monroe pour le film Eve
- créateur: Charles Le Maire -

Marilyn Monroe's costumes tests for All About Eve
- designer: Charles Le Maire -


prise de vue le 4 avril 1950 

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prises de vue le 21 avril 1950

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- esquisse de Charles Le Maire -
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Test costume de Bette Davis
Costumière: Edith Head

prise de vue le 4 février 1950 

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12 novembre 2009

1950 Portraits Publicitaires All About Eve

Eve
Photos Studio

Clichés publicitaires pour le film All about Eve en 1950

> (de gauche à droite)-: Gary Merrill, Bette Davis, George Sanders,
Anne Baxter, Hugh Marlowe et Celeste Holm
.

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 > portraits de Bette Davis
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12 décembre 2007

Photos du film All About Eve

Eve
 Photos 

scènes de Marilyn Monroe, dans le rôle de Miss Caswell)

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captures de All About Eve

Eve
Captures

Captures d'écrans du film All about Eve
scènes de Marilyn Monroe (alias Miss Caswell)

 

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Vidéo All About Eve : interview Bette Davis et extraits

Vidéo: Une petite interview de Bette Davis, qui parle de son rôle, puis enchaînement avec plusieurs extraits du film.


All About Eve
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Autour du film All About Eve

EVE
~~~ A propos du film ~~~ 

Secrets de tournage ...  

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les acteurs du film -(de gauche à droite)-: Gary Merrill, Bette Davis, George Sanders, Anne Baxter, Hugh Marlowe et Celeste Holm.

... et anecdotes

  • Le prix Sarah Siddons a été inventé pour les besoins du film mais des fous de théâtre de Chicago ont créé un prix du même nom en 1952 pour célébrer des acteurs venus sur les planches de cette ville. Quand à Sarah Siddons, elle a bel et bien existé. Il s'agit d'une comédienne britannique née en 1755. Elle était considérée comme la plus grande tragédienne du XVIIIe siècle. L'actrice Celeste Holm (qui joue Karen Richards dans Eve) a gagné le prix en 1967. Quand à Bette Davis, bien que n'étant jamais montée sur les planches à Chicago, l'a reçu en 1973 de manière honorifique.

  • Eve fut adapté au théâtre à Broadway en 1970 sour le titre Applause. Le personnage de Margo Channing y fut successivement interprété par Lauren Bacall, puis, après son départ, par Anne Baxter, qui reprit ainsi son rôle du film.

  • Le film est librement inspiré d'une nouvelle; le projet du film naquit d'une courte nouvelle de Mary Orr, The Wisdom of Eve, parue dans le magazine Cosmopolitan en mai 1946; puis narrée à la radio NBC avant d'être finalement achetée par la Twentieth Century-Fox sans but précis. Après en avoir pris connaissance, Joseph L. Mankiewicz s'en inspira très librement pour rédiger ce qui devint le scénario d'Eve.

  • Changement de casting: Le casting définitif connut de larges modifications par rapport à ce qui était projeté à l'origine. Le producteur, Darryl F. Zanuck, souhaitait avoir Marlene Dietrich dans le rôle de Margo Channing, Jeanne Crain dans celui d'Eve Harrington, et José Ferrer dans celui d'Addison DeWitt. Le réalisateur, Joseph L. Mankiewicz, avait une autre position pour le personnage de Margo Channing, mais il ne s'agissait pas non plus de la distribution définitive : il désirait soit Gertrude Lawrence soit Claudette Colbert. En ce qui concerne cette dernière, c'est à la suite d'un accident que sa candidature fut abandonnée.

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  • Bette Davis à propos de Ève : « Dès le premier tour de manivelle aucun film ne me donna autant de satisfaction… Ce fut un grand film, dirigé par un grand metteur en scène, avec une distribution idéale… Après la projection, je pus dire à Joe (Joseph Mankiewicz), qu’il m’avait ressuscitée. »

  • Bette Davis et Gary Merrill sont tombés amoureux pendant le tournage et se sont mariés en juillet 1950, comme leurs personnages dans le film. Ils sont restés mariés pendant 10 ans.

  • Les critiques s'écoutent parler : le critique de théâtre DeWitt, lorsqu'il se présente au spectateur, indique « I am a critic and commentator. I am essential to the theater » (« Je suis critique et commentateur. Je suis essentiel au théâtre »).

  • Film référentiel : Dans le film, les plus grandes personnalités de l'industrie cinématographique d'Hollywood sont nommées: (chronologiquement) : Darryl F. Zanuck (producteur de Ève), Constantin Stanislavski (auteur de La Méthode), Tyrone Power, Gregory Peck, Cecil B. DeMille, Clark Gable (il y a dans l'histoire un jeu de mot avec un manteau de zibeline, sable en anglais ; en français, on a utilisé Errol Flynn), Barbara Stanwyck, Susan Hayward. Le dramaturge Arthur Miller (futur mari de Marilyn Monroe) est également mentionné.

  • « A great actress at the peak of her career. You have every reason for happiness! - Except happiness » (« Une grande actrice au sommet de sa carrière. Tu as tout pour être heureuse ! - Sauf le bonheur »), ces paroles entre Bill et Margo pourraient tout à fait concerner Marilyn Monroe, certes plus tard dans sa carrière.

>> sources web: wikipedia , allociné et wga

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08 juillet 2007

Timbres de Sao Tomé-et-Principe, 1994

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