27 septembre 2018

Pendant "Let's Make Love", répétitions

Le Milliardaire
Sur le tournage

Marilyn Monroe répète les numéros de danses du chorégraphe Jack Cole pour le film "Let's Make Love" ("Le Milliardaire") - fin 1959  / début 1960.
Marilyn Monroe rehearses the dance numbers of the choreographer Jack Cole for the movie "Let's Make Love", end 1959 / beginning 1960.

> Marilyn Monroe, Jack Cole, Yves Montand

répétition / rehearsals: "My Heart Belongs To Daddy"

- photographies: John Bryson -

Marilyn Monroe & Arthur Miller
1959-11_1960-06-LML-on_set-rehearsal-020-1-by_john_bryson-1a  1959-11_1960-06-LML-on_set-rehearsal-020-2-by_john_bryson-1   

Marilyn quitte le studio après une journée de répétitions
Marilyn leaves the studios after a day of rehearsals

Après les répétitions, Marilyn est interviewée par Bob Crane
After rehearsals, Marilyn is interviewed by Bob Crane
> 1960
Bob Crane Show 


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17 août 2010

1960 The Bob Crane Show

The Bob Crane Show était une émission radiophonique sur KNX-CBS Radio de Los Angeles, animée par Bob Crane (qui deviendra par la suite connu pour son rôle dans la série 'Papa Schultz').
Bob Crane est dans les studios de la 20th Century Fox pour enregistrer une émission en direct. Marilyn Monroe arrive au micro, juste après avoir répété un numéro musical du film "Le Milliardaire" ("Let's Make Love").  

The Bob Crane Show was a radio show on KNX-CBS Radio in Los Angeles, presented by Bob Crane (who will be celeb with the TV soap 'Hogan's Heroes').
Crane is at Fox Studios doing a "live" broadcast and Marilyn Monroe comes in out of breath from rehearsing a number for "Let's Make Love". 

> Marilyn Monroe et Bob Crane

> L'interview (non complète)

> retranscription de l'extrait de l'interview

Marilyn Monroe: I rehearse in it.

Bob Crane: Is it kind of a dancer's outfit thing that you're wearing?

MM: No, just a pair of slacks and sort of an old sweater.

BC: It's a nice old sweater... a nice old pair of slacks.
[Marilyn laughs]

MM: Are we on, Bob?

BC: Yes.

MM: Well, I've been rehearsing all day--

BC: Yeah.

MM: I'm still out of breath.

BC: I'll let you get your breath for just a minute there. Marilyn, I've often wondered, being the sex symbol of the movies, are you ever offended when they –when men pass by you and whistle and things like that?

MM: I'm honoured.

BC: Really?

MM: Of course.

BC: Do you think most women are?

MM: Of course.

BC: That's the high point—is that a big compliment?

MM: Yes. Well, how about when you whistle at a girl or you feel like whistling?

BC: How was Jack Lemon to work with?

MM: Wonderful. He's a wonderful actor.

BC: He's a very funny guy. You're working with a funny guy in the new picture—TonyRandall.

MM: Yes, very funny.

BC: You wanna know something? This'll knock you back on the couch. I was supposed to test for this picture.
MM: YOU?! [Marilyn giggles]

BC: Did you mean that? [Acts hurt] Did you mean that with all that was inferred by the "YOU?!" I read a lot into that line.
[They laugh]

BC: No, really, the part that they gave to Tony Randall—the press agent part.

MM: Oh yes, mmm, mmm.

BC: What do you think? [About me playing the part]

MM: Well, Bob, it's nice meeting you and er, I hope I see you again.
[They laugh]

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