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17 septembre 2014

26/03/1956 Sur le tournage de "Bus Stop"

Le 26 mars 1956, Marilyn Monroe tourne une scène du film "Arrêt d'Autobus" à Phoenix, en Arizona.
In March, 26, 1956, Marilyn Monroe shots a scene for the movie "Bus Stop" in Phoenix, Arizona.
photographies de Bob Beerman.
> voir les photographies de Marilyn sur le tournage de Bus Stop .

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06 janvier 2014

Sur le tournage de Bus Stop 7 -partie 3

Arrêt d'Autobus
Sur le tournage - scène 7

Marilyn Monroe sur le tournage de "Arrêt d'Autobus"
Marilyn Monroe on the set of "Bus Stop"


> Photographies de Bob Beerman
Photographs by Bob Beerman

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bs-sc07-on_set-by_bob_beerman-010-1  bs-sc07-on_set-by_bob_beerman-010-2  bs-sc07-on_set-by_bob_beerman-010-3 
- Marilyn avec Milton Greene:
bs-sc07-on_set-by_bob_beerman-020-1  bs-sc07-on_set-by_bob_beerman-030-1 
bs-sc07-on_set-by_bob_beerman-031-1  bs-sc07-on_set-by_bob_beerman-031-2  bs-sc07-on_set-by_bob_beerman-031-3 
bs-sc07-on_set-by_bob_beerman-040-1  bs-sc07-on_set-by_bob_beerman-040-2  bs-sc07-on_set-by_bob_beerman-040-3 
- Marilyn danse avec le réalisateur Joshua Logan:
bs-sc07-on_set-by_bob_beerman-with_logan-1 


> Photographies de Dennis Stock
Photographs by Dennis Stock
- Marilyn avec Don Murray / Eillen Heckart:

bs-sc07-on_set-by_dennis_stock-010-1  bs-sc07-on_set-by_dennis_stock-020-1 
bs-sc07-on_set-by_dennis_stock-030-1  bs-sc07-on_set-by_dennis_stock-031-1 
- Marilyn avec Joshua Logan et Don Murray:
bs-sc07-on_set-by_dennis_stock-040-1  bs-sc07-on_set-by_dennis_stock-041-1  bs-sc07-on_set-by_dennis_stock-050-1 
bs-sc07-on_set-by_dennis_stock-050-2  bs-sc07-on_set-by_dennis_stock-050-3  bs-sc07-on_set-by_dennis_stock-050-4


> Photographies de Phil Burchman
Photographs by Phil Burchman

bs-sc07-on_set-by_phil_burchman-1  bs-sc07-on_set-by_phil_burchman-2 
- Marilyn avec Joshua Logan:
bs-sc07-on_set-by_phil_burchman-with_logan-1 


> Photographies de William Read Woodfield
Photographs by William Read Woodfield

- Marilyn avec Joshua Logan et Don Murray:  
bs-sc07-on_set-by_william_read_woodfield-010-1  bs-sc07-on_set-by_william_read_woodfield-013-1
bs-sc07-on_set-by_william_read_woodfield-011-1 bs-sc07-on_set-by_william_read_woodfield-012-1 1956-MONROE__MARILYN_-_WILLIAM_WOODFIELD_BUS_STOP564
bs-sc07-on_set-by_william_read_woodfield-014-1  bs-sc07-on_set-by_william_read_woodfield-014-2 
bs-sc07-on_set-by_william_read_woodfield-015-1  bs-sc07-on_set-by_william_read_woodfield-022-1 
bs-sc07-on_set-by_william_read_woodfield-020-1  bs-sc07-on_set-by_william_read_woodfield-021-1  bs-sc07-on_set-by_william_read_woodfield-022-2 
bs-sc07-on_set-by_william_read_woodfield-023-1  bs-sc07-on_set-by_william_read_woodfield-023-1a 
- Marilyn avec Milton Greene
bs-sc07-on_set-by_william_read_woodfield-030-1  1956-MONROE__MARILYN_-_WILLIAM_READ_WOODFIELD_BUS_STOP_MIL_81147
bs-sc07-on_set-by_william_read_woodfield-031-1  bs-sc07-on_set-by_william_read_woodfield-031-1a


> Photographies de Zinn Arthur
Photographs by Zinn Arthur
- Marilyn avec Don Murray :
bs-sc07-on_set-by_zinn_arthur-01-1  bs-sc07-on_set-by_zinn_arthur-01-2  bs-sc07-on_set-by_zinn_arthur-01-3 
- Marilyn avec Eileen Heckart et Florence Thomas (sa gouvernante):  
bs-sc07-on_set-by_zinn_arthur-02-1  bs-sc07-on_set-by_zinn_arthur-03-1  bs-sc07-on_set-by_zinn_arthur-03-3a 
bs-sc07-on_set-by_zinn_arthur-03-2  bs-sc07-on_set-by_zinn_arthur-03-3 
bs-sc07-on_set-by_zinn_arthur-04-1  bs-sc07-on_set-by_zinn_arthur-04-2 
bs-sc07-on_set-by_zinn_arthur-04-3  bs-sc07-on_set-by_zinn_arthur-04-4 
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- Marilyn avec Joshua Logan: 
bs-sc07-on_set-by_zinn_arthur-with_logan-1  bs-sc07-on_set-by_zinn_arthur-with_logan-2 
bs-sc07-on_set-by_zinn_arthur-with_logan-3  bs-sc07-on_set-by_zinn_arthur-05-1 
- Marilyn avec Milton Greene
bs-sc07-on_set-by_zinn_arthur-with_mhg-1


> Photographies de Thomas Robinson
photographs by Thomas Robinson

bs-sc07-on_set-023-2-by_thomas_robinson-1  bs-sc07-on_set-023-2-by_thomas_robinson-1a    


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18 décembre 2013

14/06/1951 Chez Herman Hoover

Fête chez Herman Hoover - Les invités sont Mala Powers, Craig Hill, Marilyn Monroe et Nick Savano.
Photographie de Bob Beerman.

Herman Hoover's home party. Guests are Mala Powers, Craig Hill, Marilyn Monroe et Nick Savano.
Photography by Bob Beerman.

1951-by_bob_beerman-1a  1951-by_bob_beerman-1b  


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23 novembre 2013

Sur le tournage Bus Stop 18 (2)

Arrêt d'Autobus
Sur le tournage - scène 18 (2)

Marilyn Monroe en répétition de la scène finale du film, à Sun Valley, dans l'Idaho.
Marilyn Monroe in rehearsals of the final scene of the movie, in Sun Valley, Idaho.

 film-bs-image-set-1  bs-sc18-set-06-1  bs-sc18-set-09-1a 
1956-Photo_2524  bs-sc18-set-09-1   
 bs-sc18-set-03-2-3  bs-sc18-set-03-2-4  bs-sc18-set-03-8-2 
 film-bs-set-rare  bs-sc18-set-04-1-1
bs-sc18-set-03-8-1 bs-sc18-set-04-2 film-bs-1956
bs-sc18-set-07-4  bs-sc18-set-07-5   

> Marilyn avec Milton Greene 
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1956-bus_stop1 


> Photographies de Al Brack
Photographs of Al Brack 
 

> Marilyn avec Florence Thomas (sa gouvernante) et Milton Greene  
bs-sc18-set-05-2  bs-sc18-set-05-3-with_florence_thomas-1  bs-sc18-set-05-3-with_florence_thomas-2 
bs-sc18-set-05-4-idaho-sun_valley  bs-sc18-set-05-5 
bs-sc18-set-08-2  bs-sc18-set-07-2-1 


> Photographies de Allan 'Whitey' Snyder
Photographs of Allan Snyder
- avec Milton Greene
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1956-bus_stop-by_snyder-with_mhg  1956-bus_stop-by_snyder-1 
lot94179 


> Photographies de Zinn Arthur
Photographs of Zinn Arthur 

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bs-sc18-set-03-7-by_zinn_arthur-1  bs-sc18-set-03-7-by_zinn_arthur-3  bs-sc18-set-03-7-by_zinn_arthur-4 
bs-sc18-set-03-2-1-by_zinn_arthur-1 bs-sc18-set-03-7-by_zinn_arthur-1a 

bs-sc18-set-04-1-by_zinn_arthur-1  bs-sc18-set-04-1-by_zinn_arthur-1a 


> Photographies de Milton Greene
Photographs of Milton Greene 
marilyn-monroe-BS-124  bs-sc18-set-02-1-by_greene-1  marilyn-monroe-BS-125
bs-sc18-set-02-1-by_greene-2 marilyn-monroe-BS-087 H3257-L44539108   
bs-sc18-set-03-1-1-by_greene-1  marilyn-monroe-BS-3535  bs-sc18-set-03-1-1-by_greene-2 
marilyn-monroe-BS-416  bs-sc18-set-03-1-3

 > Marilyn avec Florence Thomas (sa gouvernante) et Don Murray
marilyn-monroe-BS-084  marilyn-monroe-BS-082  marilyn-monroe-BS-083  
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marilyn-monroe-BS-078  marilyn-monroe-BS-079  marilyn-monroe-BS-066  
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marilyn-monroe-BS-080  marilyn-monroe-BS-101  marilyn-monroe-BS-081 
bs-sc18-set-03-5-by_greene-3-1  bs-sc18-set-03-5-by_greene-4   
marilyn-monroe-BS-094  marilyn-monroe-BS-098  marilyn-monroe-BS-099  
bs-sc18-set-03-2-2  bs-sc18-set-03-6-1  marilyn-monroe-BS-086 
marilyn-monroe-BS-095  marilyn-monroe-BS-090  marilyn-monroe-BS-085   
 bs-sc18-set-03-5-by_greene-1  marilyn-monroe-BS-089  marilyn-monroe-BS-088
 bs-sc18-set-03-5-by_greene-2a  marilyn-monroe-BS-094a 
1956   bs-sc18-set-03-5-by_greene-3-2 
marilyn-monroe-BS-195  bs-sc18-set-03-6-by_greene-1  bs-sc18-set-03-1-4 

marilyn-monroe-BS-038A  marilyn-monroe-BS-051 

> Marilyn et Paula Strasberg 
marilyn-monroe-BS-039  marilyn-monroe-BS-053  marilyn-monroe-BS-048

> Marilyn avec Paula Strasberg et Milton Greene  
marilyn-monroe-BS-3540  marilyn-monroe-BS-5000 

> Marilyn avec Florence Thomas, Paula Strasberg et Milton Greene 
marilyn-monroe-BS-3542  marilyn-monroe-BS-5256  marilyn-monroe-BS-3541

> Marilyn avec Arthur O'Connell 
marilyn-monroe-BS-5539  film-bus_stop
marilyn-monroe-BS-411  marilyn-monroe-BS-3538  marilyn-monroe-BS-413
bs-sc18-set-01-1-by_greene-1  film-bs-end-art-61 The Girl Who Got Marilyn's Guy bb
bs-sc18-set-01-1-by_greene-2  marilyn-monroe-BS-423

> Marilyn avec Joshua Logan 
marilyn-monroe-BS-091  marilyn-monroe-BS-092  marilyn-monroe-BS-093

marilyn-monroe-BS-419  marilyn-monroe-BS-5552  marilyn-monroe-BS-5545 
marilyn-monroe-BS-5540  marilyn-monroe-BS-420 
marilyn-monroe-BS-415  marilyn-monroe-BS-418  marilyn-monroe-BS-417

 marilyn-monroe-BS-412  marilyn-monroe-BS-067 

marilyn-monroe-BS-070  marilyn-monroe-BS-077  marilyn-monroe-BS-075
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marilyn-monroe-BS-3539  marilyn-monroe-BS-126  marilyn-monroe-BS-414


> Photographies de Bob Beerman
Photographs of Bob Beerman  

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bs-sc18-set-07-3-by_bob_beerman-1  bs-sc18-set-07-3-by_bob_beerman-2  bs-sc18-set-07-3-by_bob_beerman-3 
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bs-sc18-set-07-3-by_bob_beerman-4b  bs-sc18-set-07-3-by_bob_beerman-6 


> captures
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28 mars 2013

1956 Restaurant The Ram

Marilyn Monroe au restaurant The Ram à Sun Valley, dans l'Idaho, en 1956, à l'époque où elle tournait le film 'Bus Stop'; en compagnie de son partenaire du film Arthur O'Connell.
Marilyn Monroe in a restaurant called 'The Ram' in Sun Valley, Idaho, during the filming of "Bus Stop" with actor Arthur O'Connell , who is next to her in some shots. 

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1956_ram_sun_valley 1956_ram_sun_valley 
1956_with_Arthur_O_Connell_2
1956 1956_with_Arthur_O_Connell_1 
1956-MONROE__MARILYN___1956_BUS_STOP_PARTY_JOSH_LOGAN_OCONN_001_1_ 1956_Unknown 1956_MM_73 
1956_idaho_sun_valley_restaurant_the_ram_1  1956-logan-MONROE__MARILYN_-_BUS_STOP_PARTY_JOSH_LOGAN668_001 
1956-ram  1956-DinerInSunValley 

> Photographies de Bob Beerman
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1956_idaho_01a 1956_idaho_01c 1956_idaho_01f
1956_idaho_02a 1956_idaho_02e 1956_idaho_02d
1956_idaho_03a 1956_idaho_03f 1956_idaho_02f
1956_idaho_01b 1956_idaho_01d 1956_idaho_01e
1956_idaho_03c 1956_idaho_02c 1956_idaho_03b
1956_idaho_02b 1956_idaho_03d 1956_idaho_04c
1956_idaho_04a 1956_idaho_03e 1956_idaho_04b


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Heritage Auctions 30/03/2013

lot n°46001: Marilyn Monroe Early Signed Black and White Photograph,
Circa 1946.

An original print with a matte finish, depicting a young headshot of the twenty year-old before she looked like "Marilyn," signed in blue fountain pen ink on the lower right side "To Roy, / My favorite guard. / Always / Marilyn Monroe;" "Roy" being Roy Volker, a security guard at Twentieth Century Fox Studios throughout the 1940s-1950s; the inscription on this particular photograph is noteworthy because it appears to have been signed just as MM was changing her name -- it shows the childhood writing style of Norma Jeane Baker but is signed with her adult stage name of Marilyn Monroe. (Please note the inscription, especially the part reading "Marilyn Monroe," is now faded due to age and the photograph is somewhat yellowed and spotted.) 10" x 8
PROVENANCE: This piece was consigned directly to Heritage Auctions by Roy Volker's grandson.
Estimate: $8,000 - up.
lot46001 


 lot n°46002: A Marilyn Monroe Signed Black and White Snapshot, 1953.... (Total: 2 Items)
 A Marilyn Monroe Signed Black and White Snapshot, 1953. An original print with a glossy finish, depicting the star likely on the set of "Niagara," signed in blue ballpoint ink on the verso "Marilyn Monroe;" together with another black and white snapshot depicting MM and Betty Grable (at Walter Winchell's birthday party which took place at Ciro's, the famous Sunset Strip nightclub, on May 13, 1953), signed in red ballpoint ink on the verso "Betty Grable." (Please note both snapshots have evident surface scratches.)
3 ¼" x 2 ¼" 
Estimate: $600 - up.
lot46002a lot46002b 


lot n°46003: A Marilyn Monroe Group of Likely Never-Before-Seen Black and White Photographs, 1956.
 Twenty-one total, all small as they were cut from contact sheets, all original prints with a matte finish, each depicting the star sitting in a restaurant called The Ram in Sun Valley, Idaho, during the filming of "Bus Stop" as actor Arthur O'Connell [her co-star who portrayed "Virgil Blessing"] is next to her in some shots (as are others), 13 images have a red handwritten check mark on them; from the files of Bob Beerman who took a number of photographs of MM throughout the years.
2 1/2" x 2 1/2"
Estimate: $4,000 - up.
lot46003   


lot n°46004A Marilyn Monroe Group of Likely Never-Before-Seen Black and White Photographs, Circa 1951.
 Ten total, all original prints with a glossy finish, each depicting the star in a black cocktail dress as she poses with different groups of men at a party (though one image does show MM with another woman and a man), all are numbered on the lower margins; MM was evidently the main attraction at this event which is believed to be the 1951 Hollywood Foreign Correspondents Association luncheon at Mocambo, the famous Sunset Strip nightclub.
4 1/2" x 4"
Estimate: $1 000 - up.
lot46004 


lot n°46005: A Marilyn Monroe Rare Headshot, Circa 1951.
 An original print with a glossy finish, depicting a stunning image of the actress wearing elaborate rhinestone earrings and a necklace, with her black top "painted on" (on the negative before it was printed, likely to cover up cleavage), verso has handwritten annotations reading "Marilyn Monroe / 1951 / silhouette," an illegible credit stamp, and a credit sticker. (Please note this photograph is just in marginal condition with many creases and indent marks.) 9" x 7 1/2"
Estimate: $500 - up.
lot46005a lot46005b 


  lot n°46006: A Marilyn Monroe Rare Black and White Cheesecake Photograph, Circa 1949.
 An original print with a glossy finish, depicting the then starlet wearing a sweater, shorts, and high heels as she kneels on a miniature chair; verso has two FPG [Free Lance Photographers Guild, Inc.] stamps, a photographer's credit stamp reading "Rothschild / Photo / Los Angeles / DU. 7-2284," and some other penciled annotations; believed to have been taken at the Pacific Coast Antiques Show on May 25, 1949. (Please note there were slight specs on the negative when the photograph was developed and there are slight indent marks on the surface.)
9 1/2" x 7 1/2"
Estimate: $500 - up.
lot46006a lot46006b 


lot n°46007: A Marilyn Monroe Set of Rare Black and White Cheesecake Photographs, Circa 1948.
Both original prints with a glossy finish, both depicting the then starlet wearing a white two-piece bathing suit, both with numbers on the lower margins. (Please note there is a very small dent on one but the image is not affected.) 5" x 4"
Estimate: $500 - up.
lot46007 


lot n°46008: A Marilyn Monroe Rare Black and White Photograph, 1952.
 An original print with a glossy finish, depicting a sweet image of the then newcomer wearing a formal dress as she smiles at Sidney Skolsky, the Hollywood gossip columnist who became her lifelong friend and protector; verso has an affixed typed snipe noting the two were "at the Look awards party at the Beverly Hills Hotel," the photographer's credit stamp reading "Hyman Fink," and a Photoplay Magazine Library stamp dated "Mar 6 1952." (Please note there are crease and indent marks on surface but overall image is not affected.) 9 1/2" x 7 3/4"
Estimate: $500 - up.
lot46008a lot46008b


lot n°46009: A Marilyn Monroe Set of Rare Black and White Publicity Photographs, 1953.
 Both original prints with a glossy finish, both depict the star in her room at the Beverly Carlton Hotel [still on Olympic Boulevard in Beverly Hills but now called The Avalon Hotel] doing household chores; the versos of both have the photographer's credit stamp of "Fink Smith," Photoplay Magazine stamps, Phil Burchman Agency stamps, and brief penciled annotations about the star. (Please note MM's face has been touched up in one image and there are very slight dent marks on both.) 9 1/2" x 7 1/2"
Estimate: $500 - up.
lot46009a lot46009b


  lot n°46010: A Marilyn Monroe Classic Black and White Headshot, 1952.
 An original print with a glossy finish, depicting one of the most famous headshots of the star as she wears a low-cut black and white dress (the same one she wore when she served as Grand Marshall of the 1952 Miss America beauty pageant in Atlantic City, New Jersey where it caused a scandal), bottom right corner displays filing numbers, verso has stamps reading "Marilyn Monroe / 20th Century-Fox Player" and "George Zeno / Collection" (a well-known MM photograph collector) plus another illegible one. (Please note there are some crease marks evident. 9 1/2" x 7 1/2"
Estimate: $500 - up.
lot46010a lot46010b 


lot n°46011: A Marilyn Monroe Rare Black and White Cheesecake Photograph, 1952.
 An original print with a glossy finish, depicting the then starlet in an elaborate bathing suit and platform sandals as she stands next to an oversized heart form; verso has stamps reading "Return to / Time Inc. / Feb. 11 1952 / File" and "MM File," an affixed typed snipe reading in part "Actress Marilyn Monroe, pin-up queen of the / armed forces, says 'Be My Valentine'...," and some brief penned annotations. (Please note there are some very minor surface dents.) 9" x 7"
Estimate: $500 - up.
lot46011a lot46011b 


lot n°46012: A Marilyn Monroe Chest X-Ray, 1954.
 Appearing to be a vintage 1954-era copy of the original that was likely made for another doctor's use; image depicts the star's sternum, ribcage, and outline of her breasts as she rests her hands on her hips, a somewhat blurred notation in the upper left corner reads "Cedars of Lebanon Hospital / Drs. E. Freedman and S. Finck / DiMaggio Marilyn / 11-10-54." 17" x 14"
Interestingly, Julien's Auctions offered a different copy of this same X-ray in June 2010 and its hammer price was $25,000.
Estimate: $1 000 - up.
lot46012a lot46012b 


 lot n°46013: A Marilyn Monroe-Received Group of Professional Letters, 1957-1958. 
 Three total, all sent to the actress from colleagues in the industry including:
> 1) a two-page note typed on yellow paper, dated "July 30, 1957," sent to MM in "Amagansett, Long Island, New York," from Ray Stark [Hollywood producer], reading in part "It was good seeing you, if even so briefly, at / the East Hampton airport. /...We would love to do a project with you and also with / Arthur / ...such as doing 'Casablanca' / as a musical" (thankfully, MM didn't take him up on that offer);
> 2) a one-page note (the first page now missing) typed on white paper, dated "May 7, 1958," from Joe Wolhandler [MM's NYC press agent], reading in part "...the fittings, costuming, etc., we will try to do / without you;"
> and 3) a one-page note typed on white paper, no date, from Lionel Newman [Musical Director/Composer], reading in part "...I would like very much for / you and Arthur to have dinner with Beverly and me;"
> also included is a rare 1959 pamphlet titled 'Times Talk' with an article on page 3 noting how on September 29th "Marilyn Monroe paraded through the building inhaling culture, the guest of Sunday Editor Lester Markel." 11" x 8 1/2"
Estimate: $1 000 - up.
lot46013 


lot n°46150 A Warner Bros. 'Key to the Studio,' Circa 1950s.
 In the form of an oversized key, made of brass, designed with the famous 'WB' shield logo while one side reads "Welcome to Warner Bros. Studios" and the other "The Greatest in the World;" given to actors and other VIPs when they had an important association with the studio. (Please note this particular key is NOT Marilyn Monroe's key, though a similar one was given to her in 1956.) 10" x 4"
Estimate: $1 000 - up.
lot46150a lot46150b

25 juillet 2012

Heritage Auction 07/2012

lot n°46001: A Marilyn Monroe Signed Black and White Photograph, Circa 1956
A Marilyn Monroe Signed Black and White Photograph, Circa 1956. An original print with a matte finish, depicting the star in one of her legendary glamour poses, her blue fountain pen ink inscription on the right side reads "To Roy, / Love & Kisses and - / thanks for keeping me / out of the clink! / Marilyn Monroe." (Please note there are slight creases in all four corners, especially the lower left one, plus a few minor chips to the surface, but the overall image and signature are not affected.) 14" x 11"
PROVENANCE: The "Roy" noted above was Beverly Hills police officer, Roy Garrett, who joined the force in 1946, and who had a habit of asking movie stars to send him an autographed photograph (which most did - see various lots throughout this auction). He evidently let Marilyn go without a ticket as he received this from her in the mail a few days later.
Sold: $31,250.00

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Lot 46002: A Marilyn Monroe Signed Black and White Photograph, Circa 1955
A Marilyn Monroe Signed Black and White Photograph, Circa 1955. An original print with a matte finish, depicting the star in her most famous headshot, her white fountain pen ink inscription in the lower right corner reading "To Vern / It was a pleasure / to work with you / Love and Kisses / Marilyn Monroe;" "Vern" being Vernon Rickard, a bit player and "gofer" in the early days of Hollywood. (Please note there are many creases and wrinkles on lower margin that somewhat affect the autograph and there is a slight dent in the upper right corner.) 10" x 8"
Sold: $11,250.00
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Lot 46003: A Marilyn Monroe Likely Final Signed Check, August 4, 1962
A Marilyn Monroe Likely Final Signed Check, August 4, 1962. From the star's personal checking account at City National Bank of Beverly Hills, check 281, penned in blue ballpoint ink (in another hand, possibly Eunice Murray's, MM's caretaker) reading "Aug 4 62 / Pilgrim / $228.80 / Two hundred twenty-eight and 80," signed in same ink in Marilyn's own hand "Marilyn Monroe," a red stamp on front reads "Paid / Aug 6 1962 / 901-1606," further stamps on back read in part "For Deposit Only / Pilgrim Modern Furniture" and "Santa Monica Bank.../ Aug 6 62;" included is a photocopy (not the original) of an invoice that Pilgrim's Furniture gave to MM (see below footnote). 3" x 6"
Coincidentally, two years ago, Heritage Auctions sold the original invoice that was given to Marilyn by this company [Pilgrim's Furniture then at 12217 Wilshire Boulevard in West Los Angeles] in Sale 7018, Lot 50225. That invoice was also dated August 4, 1962, so it appears that Pilgrim's made a delivery to MM's house and that she paid for her "Chest Roman white" on the spot with the above check from her personal checkbook. Interestingly, on that invoice, the evident delivery man wrote "Rec'd Check #281 in amount $228.80 / Payment in full / Earl Shero." At this point in time, this seems to be the last check Marilyn ever signed as she died that night, August 4, 1962. This check can be used to argue the point that Marilyn did not commit suicide -- would one be concerned with new furniture on the last day of one's life? Probably not!
Sold: $15,000.00
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Lot 46005: A Marilyn Monroe Signed Note, 1952
A Marilyn Monroe Signed Note, 1952. Typed on one page, dated "October 27th, 1952," to the "Wm. Morris Agency, Inc.," reading in part "...you are no longer authorized to represent me," signed in blue fountain pen ink on the lower right side "Marilyn Monroe;" two-hole punch marks on top margin. 11" x 8 1/2"
Sold: $5,312.50 
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Lot 46006: A Marilyn Monroe Signed Menu, 1953
A Marilyn Monroe Signed Menu, 1953. From the famous Cocoanut Grove nightclub inside the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles (infamous for being the place where RFK got assassinated in June, 1968), menu is dated "Sat., June 27, 1953," signed in blue ballpoint ink on the inside left side "Marilyn Monroe." 13 1/2" x 11"
Sold: $2,375.00 
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Lot 46007: A Marilyn Monroe Group of Mostly Never-Before-Seen Black and White Negatives, 1950.
A Marilyn Monroe Group of Mostly Never-Before-Seen Black and White Negatives, 1950. Thirty-three total, all originals, each depicting Marilyn at age 24 posing in a fancy backyard during one photo session; 14 show MM wearing a black turtleneck, white shorts, and black strappy sandals as she sits on a chaise lounge chair; 18 show MM wearing a light-colored bikini and same sandals as she poses by a swimming pool; and one shows MM wearing a dark-colored bikini by the same pool; two depict other people in the shot with MM, evidently the photographer's assistants. (Please note some of these negatives are somewhat dirtied and scratched, but they still print up beautifully and MM is quite clear and vibrant-looking in all the shots.)
Each Negative: 2 1/2" x 2 1/2"
These photographs of Monroe were taken on October 10, 1950 by Bob Beerman, a staff photographer at 'Modern Screen' magazine. A few of the images did appear in a 1951 issue of the magazine, though not all of them. Additionally, the current owner published seven of them online, but the majority of these photographs have never before been seen.
Sold: $11,875.00  
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Lot 46008: A Marilyn Monroe Pucci Blouse, Circa 1962
A Marilyn Monroe Pucci Blouse, Circa 1962. Made of hot pink silk jersey, boatneck, long sleeves, inside labels read "Emilio Pucci / Florence, Italy / 12" (though seeming to be a modern-day Size 6) and "Made in Italy Exclusively for / Saks Fifth Avenue;" included with a typed signed letter reading in part "This blouse by the Italian designer... / was given to me by Marilyn Monroe. It had become too / large for her. / Joan Greenson Aebi," "Joan" being the daughter of Dr. Ralph Greenson, MM's longtime psychiatrist. (Please note there are sweat marks and other minor staining evident due to age, but overall condition is still good.)
Sold: $12,500.00 

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Lot 46009: A Marilyn Monroe Pair of Jax Pants, Circa 1962
A Marilyn Monroe Pair of Jax Pants, Circa 1962. Made of black silk, in the cigarette style, inside label reads "Designed by Jax," no size evident but seeming to be a modern-day size 4; included with a typed signed letter reading in part "These black pants were given to me by / Marilyn Monroe. They had become too / large for her... / Joan Greenson Aebi," "Joan" being the daughter of Dr. Ralph Greenson, MM's longtime psychiatrist.
Sold: $6,875.00  

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Lot 46010: A Marilyn Monroe-Received Letter from an Associate, Circa 1960
A Marilyn Monroe-Received Letter from an Associate, Circa 1960. Two pages, handwritten in blue ballpoint ink on 'American Airlines' in flight stationery, a general newsy letter with some highlights reading in part "darling Marilyn / ...I read Lillian Hellman's / new play and I saw Clifford's [Odets] / movie. I was shattered by the play... / I think Ralph Roberts would be of / great help to you. He is at Beverly / Wilshire.../ I do wish I had a script of 'Misfits;' interestingly, MM took the advice of this friend and ended up hiring Roberts to be her personal masseur. 10" x 7"
Sold: $750.00 

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Lot 46011: A Marilyn Monroe-Received Letter from Eunice Murray, 1962
A Marilyn Monroe-Received Letter from Eunice Murray, 1962. One page of lined notebook paper, handwritten on both sides in green ballpoint ink, dated "Monday nite / Feb. 5," outlining various ideas for home renovations that Murray was evidently researching for the star such as a "wardrobe dressing / room on the front of the house - using the front / window of (MM's) bedroom as the doorway," among others, Murray ends the note with "I would suggest / concentrating on the interior in the way we originally planned...E.M," additionally, two business cards of contractors are stapled to the front of note. 11" x 8 1/2"
Sold: $1,750.00 
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Lot 46012: A Marilyn Monroe-Received Note from William Inge, 1959
A Marilyn Monroe-Received Note from William Inge, 1959. One page, typed on personalized notepaper, dated "April 6, 1959," from the famous playwright [who wrote "Bus Stop"] who was evidently a big Marilyn Monroe fan, signed in black fountain pen ink in the lower right corner "Bill Inge." 8" x 6"
Sold: $391.25  

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Lot 46013: A Marilyn Monroe-Received Group of Business Letters, 1950s-1960s
A Marilyn Monroe-Received Group of Business Letters, 1950s-1960s. Five total, all sent to the star by various professional associates including ones from: 1) Harry McIntyre, on Twentieth Century-Fox letterhead, dated "December 22, 1958," regarding rights to a novel the studio bought from MM; 2) Hugh French, on Hugh French Agency letterhead, dated "11 January 1961," regarding a television show he wanted MM to star in; 3) Matthew Fox, on his personal letterhead, dated "June 23, 1961," regarding a production he thought would be good for MM and Elizabeth Taylor (!); 4) Milton A. Rudin [MM's lawyer], on Gang, Type, Rudin & Brown letterhead, dated "December 19, 1961," regarding a special screening of the Bette Davis film, "Of Human Bondage;" and 5) Richard S. Meryman, Jr., on Life letterhead, dated "February 10, 1962," regarding an interview for the magazine and how MM would be able to "destroy negatives" (of photos she didn't like); months later, Meryman finally did get his interview, but sadly, it would be Marilyn's last one. 11" x 8 1/2"
Sold: $937.50
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Lot 46014: A Marilyn Monroe Group of Documents, 1962
A Marilyn Monroe Group of Documents, 1962. Including: 1) six typed letters between Cherie Redmond [MM's Los Angeles secretary] and a travel agent, dated from February to April 1962, regarding an ongoing issue about a refund MM needed for unused airline tickets; 2) a pale yellow 'Inter-Office Correspondence' memo to MM from Redmond, dated "7/25/62," regarding funds in the star's various banking accounts; and 3) a similar memo, dated "8/1/62," regarding overdraft protection MM needed in order to pay August's bills. 11" x 8 1/2" and smaller
Sold: $1,062.50 
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Lot 46015: A Marilyn Monroe Group of Documents, 1950s
A Marilyn Monroe Group of Documents, 1950s. Three items including: 1) a receipt from the 76 Union gas station at 14478 Ventura Boulevard in Sherman Oaks, dated "5/1/54," in the amount of "$7.07," signed off by a "Vic Masi for Mrs. M. DiMaggio;" 2) a single page typed with Monroe's dictations for a telegram to Inez Melson [her business manager], dated "June 10, 1959," regarding "Clyde," a pet bird; and 3) a newspaper clipping of a short article about MM's fashion sense (likely from The Los Angeles Times, April 29, 1958). 11" x 8 1/2" and smaller
Sold: $437.50 

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Lot 46016: A Marilyn Monroe Legal Form, 1953
A Marilyn Monroe Legal Form, 1953. A pale yellow quadruplicate copy titled "Notice of Attachment," reading in part "Matter of Shaeffer [sic?] Plaintiff / Marilyn Monroe Defendant / on Monday, 2-2-53 12:01 PM;" two hole punch marks on top margin. 9" x 4"
This is an odd document, possibly relating to MM's voice and musical coach, Hal Schaeffer, though the last name is spelled differently on this form. Schaeffer, who was having an affair with MM as she was divorcing Joe DiMaggio, unwittingly became part of the infamous 'Wrong Door Raid,' but this piece pre-dates that event by almost two years -- perhaps it relates to a different person altogether.
Sold: $212.50 
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 Lot 46017: Two Marilyn Monroe-Received Fan Letters, 1950s-1960s
Two Marilyn Monroe-Received Fan Letters, 1950s-1960s. The first typed on a single page, dated "May 5, 1959," reading in part "I am a clergyman who is enthusiastic about all / your performances... / and would / like very much to have an autographed photograph...;" a penciled annotation (not in MM's hand) on the lower margin reads "Mae - I sent him one - But I / thought Marilyn would get / a kick out of the idea;" the second typed on a single page, dated "Janury [sic] 18, 1962," reading in part "I have written a novel which I think would make a / very good movie for you to star in;" a red penciled annotation (not in MM's hand) on the lower margin reads in part "To Cherie / Just reply not..." 11" x 8 1/2" and smaller
Sold: $375.00 
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Lot 46018: A Marilyn Monroe Group of Never-Before-Seen Black and White Snapshots from Korea, 1954
A Marilyn Monroe Group of Never-Before-Seen Black and White Snapshots from Korea, 1954. Nine total, all vintage prints with a glossy finish; three depicting the star wearing military coveralls (though just the top of her blonde head can be seen in one); three depicting her posing for soldiers before she goes onstage; and three depicting her onstage at the microphone; consigned directly by the soldier who shot these photographs 58 years ago when Marilyn famously entertained the troops while she was on her ill-fated honeymoon with Joe DiMaggio. (Please note the snapshots are in poor condition now with tape residue, bends, slight tears, and fold marks, but one can still see MM in each image.) 5" x 4"
Sold: $1,875.00 
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Lot 46019: A Marilyn Monroe Never-Before-Seen Black and White Snapshot, 1955
A Marilyn Monroe Never-Before-Seen Black and White Snapshot, 1955. An original print, depicting the star standing next to a woman (likely Amy Greene) at the premiere of "East of Eden" which took place on March 9, 1955 at the Astor Theatre in New York City. (Please note there are a few light creases but overall image is not affected.) 3 3/4" x 2 3/4"
Sold: $375.00 
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Lot 46020: Two Marilyn Monroe Black and White Publicity Photographs, Circa 1953
Two Marilyn Monroe Black and White Publicity Photographs, Circa 1953. Both original prints with a glossy finish, each depicting the star in classic cheesecake poses taken at the height of her career. 10" x 8"
Sold: $312.50 
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Lot 46021: A Marilyn Monroe Acetate Record of 'My Heart Belongs to Daddy' from "Let's Make Love."
A Marilyn Monroe Acetate Record of 'My Heart Belongs to Daddy' from "Let's Make Love." 20th Century Fox, 1960. With a 20th Century Fox Film Corp. label typed with "F13 - Let's Make Love / 'My Heart Belongs to Daddy' / DS 25 / Monroe-Group-Orch. / 33 1/3;" Marilyn's version of the Cole Porter classic, this one being slightly different than the one she sings as "Amanda Dell" in the film co-starring Yves Montand and Tony Randall; condition is very good. Diameter: 12"
Sold: $3,125.00 

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Lot 46022: A Marilyn Monroe-Related Vintage Lapel Button, 1956
A Marilyn Monroe-Related Vintage Lapel Button, 1956. Made of tin, featuring an image of the star surrounded by text reading "Gentlemen Prefer Marilyn Monroe," copyright information on bottom reads "MMNM 1956." (Please note there is some discoloration due to age.) Diameter: 1 3/8"
Sold: $325.00 

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23 juillet 2012

1953 River of no return par Bob Beerman

La rivière sans retour
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Photos publicitaires pour le film River of no Return en 1953
Marilyn Monroe photographiée par Bob Beerman

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02 juin 2011

Bombshell bargain: Garage sale yields never-before-seen pictures of Marilyn Monroe

Bombshell bargain: Garage sale yields never-before-seen pictures of Marilyn Monroe

article publié sur dailymail.co.uk
le 30 mai 2011, par Jennifer Madison

When a U.S. photographer bought two envelopes of negatives at a 1980 garage sale, he scored the bargain of a lifetime - but he didn't even know it.

Anton Fury has unveiled never-before-seen images of a young Marilyn Monroe, which he purchased for $2 at a sale in Parsippany, New Jersey.

One envelope contained eight images, including several of the bikini-clad actress striking poses at a poolside photoshoot, and a photo of the famous blonde lying in a bed with a mystery man by her side.

The second envelope contained about 70 negatives of late actress Jayne Mansfield.
 

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Unveiled: U.S. photographer Anton Fury has unveiled eight never-before-seen images of the actress

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 What a bargain! The negatives were purchased for a mere $2 at a New Jersey garage sale


It wasn't until Fury took the packages home, and gave the black-and-white negatives a closer look that he realised his discovery - which he has kept secret for more than three decades, he told CNN.

Fury recalled: 'I found an envelope of negatives, didn't know what they were, but I realised they were old

'I took it home, put them on the lightboard with a loupe, and, needless to say, these are Marilyn,' he said. 'That was probably my greatest garage sale discovery ever.'

He kept the findings under wraps until last week, when he took them to Beverly Hills art dealer and appraiser David W Streets, who is experienced with Monroe archives.

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Poolside: Images feature Monroe wearing two bathing suits, including a bikini

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 Pre-fame: Art appraiser David W Streets believes the photos were taken in 1950. Monroe would have been 24


While he is certain the images of the world's most famous blonde are authentic, questions remain over who shot them and exactly when they were taken.

He suspects, in 1950, before her breakout roles in The Asphalt Jungle and All About Eve, when she sported a shorter hair style.

Monroe would have been 24.

Streets told CNN: 'I've looked for early photographs, early test shots, magazine shots, books, and haven't been able to find anything yet, so the mystery we're just beginning to unravel.'

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Rare finds: While one envelope contained the images of Monroe (seen here), a second contained about 70 negatives of late actress Jayne Mansfield

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 A lead: Monroe (seen here) and Mansfield were known to be friends, which could help art dealers uncover more details about the photos


He is sure, however, the images were taken in Los Angeles, citing the 1950s architecture and Hollywood Hills seen sloping in the background.

Streets is investigating leads as to who took the photos, noting there is one man pictured in both the Monroe and Mansfield photographs, who could be the photographer.

He explained: 'We know that Monroe and Mansfield were here working at the same time, were contemporaries and friends. So, there's an intertanglement there that we're going to unravel.'

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Mystery man: Streets is investigating leads as to who took the photos, noting there is one man pictured in both the Monroe and Mansfield photographs, who could be the photographer

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For sale? Fury has not ruled out selling the images although he risks the mystery photographer revealing himself to make copyright claims by going public


Fury has not ruled out putting up the images for sale to the public, although making his findings public he risks the mystery photographer revealing himself to make copyright claims.

Fury said: 'That's kind of what we're trying to figure out. There's way more questions than there are answers at this point. We don't know where this is going to lead.

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Marilyn Monroe photos found at garage sale still a mystery

Never-seen photos of Marilyn Monroe ?

article publié sur cnn.com
le 29 mai 2011, par Alan Duke

 STORY HIGHLIGHTS
    * Photographer found Marilyn Monroe and Jayne Mansfield negatives in 1980
    * Who shot them and how they ended up at a garage sale is unknown, man says
    * Finder, art appraiser David Streets welcome public help in solving the mystery

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Los Angeles (CNN) -- Photographer Anton Fury's hobby of searching weekend garage sales for collectible toys led him to dozens of apparently unpublished photos of a young Marilyn Monroe.

Fury has allowed CNN to publish the images just days before what would have been Monroe's 85th birthday. They apparently were taken during a photo session before she was well known.

"I found an envelope of negatives, didn't know what they were, but I realized they were old," Fury said. He paid $2 for the folder, which contained two envelopes of black-and-white negatives.

That was in Parsippany, New Jersey, in 1980, when Fury says he was "a fledgling photographer."

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"I took it home, put them on the lightboard with a loupe and, needless to say, these are Marilyn," he said. "That was probably my greatest garage sale discovery ever."

The second envelope was filled with about 70 negatives of actress Jayne Mansfield.

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Fury held onto the photographs for the last three decades, not knowing much about them.

"The only thing we're sure of is who," he said. "We don't know where, we don't know why, we don't know when, we don't know who shot them. But we do know it is Marilyn."

Fury flew to Los Angeles this week to show the images to David W. Streets, a Beverly Hills art dealer and appraiser experienced with Monroe photos.

Monroe was one of the most photographed women ever, but Streets suspects these photos are from her early years, soon after she cut her hair and evolved into the iconic look most people associate with her.

"I've looked for early photographs, early test shots, magazine shots, books, and haven't been able to find anything yet, so the mystery we're just beginning to unravel," Streets said.

Streets' best guess for now is the photos were taken in 1950, a breakout year for the nearly unknown Monroe because of her minor roles in "The Asphalt Jungle" and "All About Eve."

"I know they were taken here in Los Angeles," which we know "from the backgrounds that we see in the photos," Streets said. "You see Hollywood Hills, Hollywood 1950s architecture."

There are more questions than answers, though.

"For me as an appraiser and as a researcher, I want people to call, I want people to e-mail and say, 'This is where it is, this is what it is, this is who I think took it,' " Streets said.

One clue that could be important is the coincidence of a man seen in both the Monroe and Mansfield photographs. It is possible he was the photographer for both sessions, Streets said.

"We know that Monroe and Mansfield were here working at the same time, were contemporaries and friends," Streets said. "So, there's an intertanglement there that we're going to unravel and see where the mystery leads."

Monroe, who would have been 24 in 1950, wore two bathing suits, including a bikini, and short pants during the poolside photo shoot.

One risk Fury runs as he brings his garage sale find to the public, and possibly for sale, is that someone could make a legal claim to the photos, which are possibly still protected by copyright laws even after 60 years.

"That's kind of what we're trying to figure out," Fury said. There's way more questions than there are answers at this point. We don't know where this is going to lead."

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