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19 novembre 2022

09/11/2022, HERITAGE, "Depth of Field: Photographs": Lots

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9 novembre 2022
- 6 lots avec Marilyn Monroe -

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Lot 38019: George Barris (American, 1928-2016)
Marilyn Monroe, from The Last Photos, 1962

Dye coupler print, printed later
13-1/2 x 10-1/2 inches (34.3 x 26.7 cm) (image)
13-3/4 x 10-3/4 inches (sight)
Signed in ink, lower right.

Sold: $1,063.75
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Lot 38024: Bruno (Bernard of Hollywood) Bernard (German, 1912-1987)
Norma Jeane Dougherty (Marilyn Monroe), 1946

Gelatin silver print, printed circa 1970
20 x 16 inches (50.8 x 40.6 cm) (image/sheet)
Signed in pencil, verso.

Sold: $687.50
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Lot 38085: Tom Kelley (American, 1914-1984)
Pose #8, from Red Velvet, 1949

Digital pigment print, printed later on Satin Aurora Gallery Archival paper
20 x 16 inches (50.8 x 40.6 cm) (image)
22 x 17 inches (sheet)
Signed by Tom Kelley Jr. and editioned 15/70 in silver ink, lower image recto.

Sold: $1,325.00
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 Lot 38086: Tom Kelley (American, 1914-1984)
Pose #9, from Red Velvet, 1949

Digital pigment print, printed later on Satin Aurora Gallery Archival paper
20 x 16 inches (50.8 x 40.6 cm) (image)
22 x 17 inches (sheet)
Signed by Tom Kelley Jr. and editioned 19/70 in silver ink, lower image recto.

Sold: $1,125.00
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 Lot 38149: Sam Shaw (American, 1912-1999)
Marylin Monroe on Amagansett Beach, NY, 1957

Dye coupler print, printed later
10-1/4 x 12-1/4 inches (26 x 31.1 cm) (sight)
Signed in silver ink, lower left.

Sold: $500.00
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Lot 38195: Frank Worth (American, 1923-2000)
Marilyn Monroe, on set of How to Marry a Millionaire, 1953

Marilyn Monroe, on set of How to Marry a Millionaire, 1953
Gelatin silver, printed later
12-7/8 x 18-3/4 inches (32.7 x 47.6 cm) (image)
16 x 20 inches (sheet)
Editioned 35/195 in ink in the photographer's estate blindstamp, lower margin recto.

Sold: $1,125.00 
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23 octobre 2022

Autour du film "Ladies of the Chorus"

Les reines du music-hall

Secrets de tournage ... et anecdotes 
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The Secrets of filming ... and anecdotes


Genèse
Genesis

  • Marilyn Monroe signe un contrat avec les studios de la Columbia grâce à Joseph Schenck, ex-président de United Artists, ancien patron de la Twentieth Century, puis de la Fox, et qui exerçait encore une très grande influence sur les grands studios. Marilyn le rencontre au début de l'année 1948 (voir même fin 1947), à une soirée privée de poker que Schenck avait l'habitude d'organiser dans son immense villa de Los Angeles et où Marilyn servait d'escorte (de jeunes starlettes étaient conviées pour agrémenter les soirées). Tel il était coutume dans le milieu hollywoodien, les starlettes couchaient avec les producteurs ou hommes d'influents afin de pouvoir décrocher un contrat en retour. Marilyn fait partie de ces starlettes et fréquente Schenck. Le patron de la Fox Darryl Zanuck, ne voulant plus de Marilyn, Schenck se tourne alors vers Harry Cohn à la tête des studios de la Columbia qui lui fait signer un contrat de six mois, à 125 dollars la semaine. Signé le 9 mars 1948, le contrat semblait être en préparation depuis plusieurs mois puisque Marilyn en parle dans une lettre qu'elle avait envoyée à sa demie-soeur Berniece et datée du 06 février 1948 (- blog: 06/02/1948 - Lettre de Norma Jeane à Berniece -).
    Marilyn Monroe signs a contract with the Columbia studios thanks to Joseph Schenck, ex-president of United Artists, former boss of the Twentieth Century, then of Fox, and who still exerted a very great influence on the major studios. Marilyn met him at the beginning of 1948 (maybe even the end of 1947), at a private poker party that Schenck used to organize in his huge villa in Los Angeles and where Marilyn served as an escort (young starlets were invited to liven up the evenings). As was customary in Hollywood, starlets slept with producers or influential men in order to get a contract in return. Marilyn is one of these starlets and frequents Schenck. Fox boss Darryl Zanuck, no longer wanting Marilyn, Schenck then turns to Harry Cohn at the head of the Columbia studios who makes her sign a six-month contract, at 125 dollars a week. Signed on March 9, 1948, the contract seemed to have been in preparation for several months since Marilyn talks about it in a letter she had sent to her half-sister Berniece and dated on February 06, 1948.

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Joseph Schenck & Marilyn / Harry Cohn & Rita Hayworth

  • La Columbia - par l'intermédiaire de Max Arnow qui dirige le département des "jeunes talents" du studio - s'occupe de leur jeune recrue: un relooking à la Rita Hayworth (- blog: Le style de Marilyn dans "Ladies of the Chorus": coiffures et accessoires - ), des cours d'art dramatique avec Natasha Lytess (qui deviendra la coach de Marilyn pendant 6 ans), des cours de chant avec l'arrangeur musical du film Fred Karger (dont Marilyn tombe éperdument amoureuse) et des séances photos publicitaires avec leur photographes (Robert Coburn et Ed Cronenweth).
    Columbia - through Max Arnow who heads the studio's "young talent" department - is taking care of their young recruit: a Rita Hayworth makeover, drama lessons with Natasha Lytess (who will become Marilyn's coach for 6 years), singing lessons with the film's musical arranger Fred Karger (with whom Marilyn falls madly in love) and publicity photo shoots with their photographers (Robert Coburn and Ed Cronenweth).

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  • Bien que sous contrat avec la Columbia, aucune proposition de tournage ne se fait dans l'immédiat pour Marilyn. C'est Natasha Lytess qui contacte un jour l'un de ses amis, le producteur Harry Romm, qui lui confirme qu'un film est en préparation et pour lequel l'un des premiers rôles n'a pas encore été distribué: il s'agit du film "Les Reines du Music-Hall".
    Quand elle apprend qu'elle est retenue pour le film, Marilyn aurait contacté la chroniqueuse Louella Parsons pour lui annoncer la bonne nouvelle, espérant ainsi que son nom soit cité dans sa chronique.
    Ce sera le seul et unique film que Marilyn tourne pour la Columbia car à l'issu des 6 mois d'échéance de son contrat, il n'est pas renouvellé pour la simple raison que Marilyn a refusé les avances d'Harry Cohn, ce qu'elle révélera à demi-mots dans l'interview qu'elle donnera en 1960 à Georges Belmont: "Le vrai motif (de son départ à la Columbia) tient à des circonstances plutôt étranges et, mettons, déplaisantes. Je n'en dirai pas plus, si ce n'est que... la vie est pleine de leçons."
    Although under contract with Columbia, no filming proposal is made immediately for Marilyn. It is Natasha Lytess who one day contacts one of her friends, the producer Harry Romm, who confirms to her that a film is in preparation and for which one of the first roles has not yet been distributed: that's the movie "Ladies of the Chorus".
    When she learns that she has been selected for the film, Marilyn would have contacted the columnist Louella Parsons to announce the good news, thus hoping that her name would be mentioned in her column.
    It will be the one and only film that Marilyn shoots for Columbia because at the end of the 6-month expiry of her contract, it is not renewed for the simple reason that Marilyn refused Harry Cohn's advances, which that she will reveal in half-words in the interview that she will give in 1960 to Georges Belmont: "The real reason (for her departure to Columbia) is due to rather strange and, let's say, unpleasant circumstances. I will say no more, except that... life is full of lessons."

  • La coach d'art dramatique Natasha Lytess se montre au départ désemparée face au manque de talent de Marilyn, la considérant même comme un cas désépéré; elle lui fait travailler par dessous tout sa voix car son timbre de voix irritait Lytess, tout comme sa diction; Lytess dira que Marilyn avait "la manie de parler sans bouger les lèvres rendant son élocution artificielle". Marilyn suit les cours de Lytess d'une manière très assidue et travaille d'arrache pied en appliquant tout les conseils que la professeure lui prodigue.
    Natasha Lytess a par ailleurs aussi vite repéré que les principaux atouts de Marilyn étaient son corps et l'attrait sexuel qu'elle exerçait. C'est en travaillant les scènes de chorégraphies du film et souhaitant améliorer sa gestuelle pour incarner son personnage de chanteuse et danseuse de cabaret, que des amis de Marilyn lui conseillent d'aller voir un spectacle d'effeuillage de la danseuse de strip tease Lili St-Cyr. Elle s'y rend avec le photographe Bruno Bernard, pour qui a posé Marilyn dès 1946, et qui a aussi photographié Lili St-Cyr. Marilyn ressort du spectacle totalement époustouflée par la façon dont Lili pouvait être sexy sans être vulgaire. Elle était capable d'utiliser son corps en suggérant l'acte sexuel, en restant incroyablement sensuelle, sans être licensieuse ni trop charnelle. Elle savait y mêler virginité, pureté, sensualité et romantisme.
    The drama coach Natasha Lytess is initially distraught at Marilyn's lack of talent, even considering her a hopeless case; she makes her work above all on her voice because her tone of voice irritated Lytess, just like her diction; Lytess will say that Marilyn had "a mania for speaking without moving her lips, making her speech artificial". Marilyn follows Lytess's classes in a very diligent way and works tirelessly by applying all the advices that the teacher gives her.
    Natasha Lytess also quickly spotted that Marilyn's main assets were her body and the sexual attraction she exerted. It was while working on the film's choreography scenes and wishing to improve her gestures to embody her character as a singer and cabaret dancer, that Marilyn's friends advised her to go see a strip show by the stripteaser dancer Lili St-Cyr. She goes there with the photographer Bruno Bernard, for whom Marilyn posed in 1946, and who also photographed Lili St-Cyr. Marilyn comes out of the show totally amazed by how sexy Lili could be sexy without being vulgar. She was able to use her body in suggesting the sexual act, remaining incredibly sensual, without being licentious or overly carnal. She knew how to mix virginity, purity, sensuality and romanticism.

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Bruno Bernard alias Bernard of Hollywood / Lili St-Cyr (photos de Bruno Bernard)

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Rôle de Marilyn
Role of Marilyn

  • Marilyn a 22 ans quand elle joue le rôle de Peggy Martin, une chanteuse de cabaret. C'est le premier grand rôle qu'elle tient à l'écran, son nom est placé en 2ème position au générique (après celui d'Adele Jergens) et il s'agit de sa première comédie musicale où elle chante et danse et elle porte 15 tenues différentes dans le film.
    Il s'agit aussi de l'un des rares films où elle a une mère, en l'occurrence jouée par Adele Jergens.
    Marilyn is 22 when she plays the role of Peggy Martin, a cabaret singer. This is the first big role she has on screen, her name is placed in 2nd position in the credits (after that of Adele Jergens) and it is her first musical where she sings and dances and she wears 15 different outfits in the film.
    It is also one of the rare films where she has a mother, in this case played by Adele Jergens.

  • Dans le film est abordé le thème de la différence de classes sociales entre son personnage Peggy Martin, de condition modeste, qui tombe amoureuse de Randy Carroll (joué par Rand Brooks), un jeune homme riche de la haute société.
    Dans la vie et au moment du tournage, Marilyn tombe amoureuse et vit une passion avec Fred Karger, qui lui fait répéter les chansons. Marilyn tombe follement amoureuse de Karger, qui a 10 ans de plus qu'elle, est séparé de sa femme, et vit dans un contexte social aisé avec son fils, sa mère et ses soeurs.
    Contrairement au personnage de Peggy Martin qui a fait des études secondaires avant de se lancer dans le métier de chanteuse et danseuse du burlesque en rejoignant la troupe de sa mère, Marilyn a stoppé ses études à 16 ans pour se marier et ressentira un profond sentiment d'infériorité face à Karger qui n'aura de cesse de la rabaisser sur son manque de culture. Comme son personnage, Marilyn est alors confronté à cette différence de classe sociale et culturelle.
    The film tackles the theme of the social class difference between its character Peggy Martin, of modest means, who falls in love with Randy Carroll (played by Rand Brooks), a young rich man from high society.
    In life and at the time of filming, Marilyn falls in love and lives a passion with Fred Karger, who makes her rehearse the songs. Marilyn falls madly in love with Karger, who is 10 years older than her, is separated from his wife, and lives in an affluent social context with his son, his mother and his sisters.
    Contrary to the character of Peggy Martin who went to secondary school before embarking on the profession of singer and burlesque dancer by joining her mother's troupe, Marilyn stopped her studies at 16 to get married and will feel a deep sense of inferiority to Karger who will constantly belittle her for her lack of culture. Like her character, Marilyn is then confronted with this difference of social and cultural class.
  • Bien qu'elle était pour la première fois l'une des têtes d'affiche et que la préparation du film lui a permi de rencontrer des personnes qui joueront un rôle important dans sa vie (Natasha Lytess et Fred Karger), Marilyn ne gardera pas un très bon souvenir de sa période à la Columbia, ni même du film. Elle racontera dans l'interview qu'elle donnera en 1960 au français Georges Belmont: "La Columbia m'avait du moins donné un rôle dans 'Ladies of the Chorus'. Un film affreux ! Je jouais une danseuse de burlesque dont un type de Boston tombe amoureux. C'était une histoire horrible et horriblement photographiée; tout était horrible !"
    Although she was one of the headliners for the first time and the preparation of the film allowed her to meet people who will play an important place in her life (Natasha Lytess and Fred Karger), Marilyn will not keep a very good memories of her time at Columbia, or even of the film. She recounted in the interview she gave to French Georges Belmont in 1960: "Columbia had at least given me a role in 'Ladies of the Chorus'. It was really dreadful ! I played a burlesque dancer on whom some guy from Boston falls in love with. It was a terrible story and terribly, badly photographed; everything was awful about it !"

 Ses partenaires à l'écran
Her on-screen partners

  • Sur le tournage, Marilyn s'entend bien avec les autres acteurs qui l'apprécient. Elle se montre très appliquée: elle arrive toujours à l'heure, connait son texte par coeur et est toujours prête pour les prises de vues. Adele Jergens confiera en 1992 à Donald Spoto (biographe de Marilyn) une anecdote: "Un jour, Marilyn, en larmes, m'a dit qu'elle avait perdu sa mère et que, comme toutes les danseuses du film, elle connaissait l'ostracisme social qui vous frappe quand vous êtes orpheline... C'était une fille qu'on avait envie de prendre sous son aile, bien qu'elle ne fût pas stupide et n'eût probablement pas besoin d'être protégée."
    L'actrice Adele Jergens, qui joue le rôle de la mère de Marilyn, est née le 26 novembre 1917 (à Brooklyn, New York) et n'avait donc seulement 9 ans de plus que "sa fille" à l'écran. Elle débute sa carrière comme mannequin puis chanteuse et doublure des scènes new-yorkaises, avant de signer avec les studios de la Columbia en 1944, qui la relooke en blonde platine.
    On the set, Marilyn gets along well with the other actors who appreciate her. She shows herself to be very diligent: she is always on time, knows her text by heart and is always ready for the shots. Adele Jergens confided in 1992 to Donald Spoto (biographer of Marilyn) an anecdote: “She told me very tearfully she had lost her mother, and that, just like the chorus girls of the story, she knew what social ostracism was like. Marilyn was the sort of girl you instinctively wanted to protect, even though she obviously had brains and probably didn’t need much protection.”
    Actress Adele Jergens, who plays the role of Marilyn's mother, was born on November 26, 1917 (in Brooklyn, New York) and was therefore only 9 years older than "her daughter" on screen. She began her career as a model, then a singer and understudy on New York stages, before signing with Columbia studios in 1944, which redesigned her as a platinum blonde.

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Adele Jergens, portraits publicitaires pour "Ladies of the Chorus"

  • Rand Brooks, qui joue Randy Carroll, le prétendant de Marilyn dans le film, est né le 21 septembre 1918. Il signe avec les studios de la MGM en 1938 et il est prêté aux productions de Selznik en 1939 pour tenir le rôle du premier mari de Scarlett O'Hara (interprétée par Vivien Leigh) dans "Autant en emporte le vent". Marilyn avait 13 ans quand elle a vu le film au cinéma, avec son idole Clark Gable. On ne peut qu'imaginer son excitation de donner la réplique à Rand Brooks, qui reste aussi son premier partenaire à qui elle offre son premier baiser à l'écran.
    Rand Brooks racontera plus tard ses souvenirs de Marilyn: "Marilyn était terriblement gentille et je pense qu'elle a fait du bon travail. Elle arrivait toujours à l'heure, elle travaillait dur, elle connaissait ses répliques et son chant était plus que suffisant. Cependant, elle n'avait pas beaucoup de formation cinématographique, je me suis reculé et je lui ai dit où étaient les lumières, car des choses comme frapper ses marques peuvent déranger les jeunes acteurs et actrices. À l'époque, j'avais eu pas mal d'expérience dans la réalisation de films, mais je n'étais pas sur le point d'éclipser Marilyn. Mon agent m'a dit: "J'espère que vous ne faites rien de stupide."
    Brooks travaillera pour pratiquement tous les studios: la Fox, la Paramount, United Artists, Universal, la RKO et pour ce film, la Columbia.
    Rand Brooks, who plays Randy Carroll, Marilyn's suitor in the film, was born on September 21, 1918. He signed with MGM studios in 1938 and was loaned to Selznik productions in 1939 to play the role of the first husband by Scarlett O'Hara (played by Vivien Leigh) in "Gone with the Wind". Marilyn was 13 when she saw the movie at the theatre, with her idol Clark Gable. We can imagine her excitement to give the reply to Rand Brooks, who also remains her first partner to whom she offers her first kiss on the screen.
    Rand Brooks will later recount his memories of Marilyn: “Marilyn was awfully sweet and I think she did a good job. She always turned up on time, she worked hard, she knew her lines, and her singing was more than adequate. However, she hadn’t much film training, I moved back and tell her where the lights were, because things like hitting your marks can be disturbing to young actors and actresses. By the time had had quite a lot of experience making movies, but I wasn’t about to upstage Marilyn. My agent told me, ‘I hope you’re not doing anything foolish.”
    Brooks will work for practically all the studios: Fox, Paramount, United Artists, Universal, RKO and for this film, Columbia.

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Rand Brooks: avec Vivien Leigh dans "Autant en emporte le vent" / le baiser avec Marilyn
Rand Brooks: with Vivien Leigh in "Gone with the Wind" / The Kiss with Marilyn


 Les chansons du film
The songs of the movie

Le film contient six chansons, toutes des créations originales écrites et composées par Allan Roberts et Lester Lee
Pour les danses, le chorégraphe est Jack Boyle
Marilyn Monroe interprète deux chansons en solo. Adele Jergens est, pour ses interventions chantées, doublée par Virginia Rees. Le trio de musiciens qui participe à l'animation de la fête de fiançailles est le Bobby True Trio, un vrai trio de musiciens à tendance d'un jazz et blues énergique, qui a enregistré quelques albums.
The film contains six songs, all of which are original works written and composed by Allan Roberts and Lester Lee.
For the dances, the choreographer is Jack Boyle.
Marilyn Monroe performs two solo songs. Adele Jergens is, for her singing interventions, doubled by Virginia Rees. The trio of musicians who take part in the entertainment of the engagement party is the Bobby True Trio, a real trio of musicians with a tendency towards energetic jazz and blues, who have recorded a few albums.

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The Bobby True Trio

 Les chansons par ordre chronologique dans le film:
The songs in chronological order in the film:

- "Ladies of the Chorus" interprétée par Marilyn Monroe, Adele Jergens (doublée by Virginia Rees), et les autres chanteuses;
 - sur le blog: 1948 - Marilyn Monroe et les actrices chantent "Ladies of the Chorus"

- "Anyone Can See I Love You" interprétée par Marilyn Monroe;
- sur le blog: 1948 - Marilyn Monroe chante 'Anyone Can See I Love You'

- "Every Baby Needs a Da Da Daddy" interprétée par Marilyn Monroe;
- sur le blog: 1948 - Marilyn Monroe chante 'Every Baby Needs a Da-da-daddy'

- "I'm So Crazy for You" interprétée par Adele Jergens (doublée par Virginia Rees);

- "Ubangi Love Song" interprétée par The Bobby True Trio - le seul titre qui n'est pas une composition de Roberts et Lee, mais écrit par Buck Ram;

- "You're Never Too Old" interprétée par Nana Bryant, avec Eddie Garr au piano et The Bobby True Trio en accompagnement musical.


Itinéraire d'un film
Film itinerary

  • Mars 1948  - Marilyn passe l'audition pour le film (non pas début juin tel qu'il est mentionné dans les biographies car un chroniqueur publie quelques lignes dans la presse le 12 mars 1948 confirmant que Marilyn tournera dans le film; le scénario est daté du 07 avril 1948 et Marilyn a multiplié les séances photos publicitaires pour la Columbia en avril). Pour son audition, elle chante l'une des chansons du film.
    March 1948 - Marilyn passes the audition for the film (not at the beginning of June as it is mentioned in the biographies because a columnist publishes a few lines in the press on March 12, 1948 confirming that Marilyn will shoot in the film; the script is dated April 07, 1948 and Marilyn multiplied the publicity photo shoots for Columbia in April). For her audition, she sings one of the songs from the film.

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Le script du film d'Adele Jergens de 92 pages daté du 07 avril 1948
The Adele Jergens Screenplay of 92 pages dated from 1948, April, 07
vendu sur ebay en 2019 - archive sur worthpoint 

Mi-mai à mi-juin 1948 - Tournage du film à petit budget dans les studios de la Columbia. Bien que dans la plupart des biographies il est indiqué que le tournage a lieu en une dizaine de jours, il semble néanmoins qu'il ait duré un peu plus longtemps (peut être deux à trois semaines).
Le 17 mai 1948  , Marilyn tourne la scène de la chanson 'Every Baby Needs a Da-Da-Daddy' ;
Le 14 juin 1948 , Marilyn pose avec Rand Brooks pour des portraits publicitaires du film.
Mid-May to mid-June 1948 - Filming of the low-budget film at Columbia studios. Although in most biographies it is stated that the filming takes place in about ten days, it nevertheless seems that it lasted a little longer (maybe two to three weeks).
On May 17, 1948, Marilyn shoots the scene of the song 'Every Baby Needs a Da-Da-Daddy';
On June 14, 1948, Marilyn poses with Rand Brooks for publicity portraits for the film.

22 Octobre 1948 - Sortie du film aux Etats-Unis.
Marilyn se rend incognito à une projection du film au Carmel Theatre, un cinéma sur Santa Monica Boulevard, avec Fred Karger et la famille de celui-ci. Anne Karger, la nièce de Fred Karger, racontera: "Elle avait l'air d'une petite fille. Elle s'était enfoncée si profondément dans son siège qu'elle pouvait à peine voir l'écran. Elle était enveloppée dans un grand manteau et portait des lunettes noires."
Marilyn est très impressionnée par la façade à néon qui contient son nom qui clignote en grand, et tient sa revanche face à la petite Norma Jeane qu'elle était, ayant enfin le sentiment de se sentir une star de cinéma, elle dira "Je passais devant le cinéma avec mon nom inscrit sur le fronton. Comme j'étais excitée ! J'aurai aimé qu'ils mettent Norma Jean pour que tous les gosses du quartier et des écoles qui ne m'avaient jamais remarqué et s'étaient moqués de moi puissent me reconnaître".
October 22, 1948 - Release of the film in the United States.
Marilyn goes incognito to a screening of the film at the Carmel Theater, a cinema on Santa Monica Boulevard, with Fred Karger and his family. Anne Karger, Fred Karger's niece, will say: "She looked like a little girl. She had sunk herself so deep into her seat that she could barely see the screen. She was wrapped in a big coat and wore dark glasses."
Marilyn is very impressed by the neon facade which contains her name flashing in big letters, and takes her revenge against the little Norma Jeane that she was, finally having the feeling to be movie star, she will say "I spent in front of the cinema with my name written on the front. How excited I was! I wish they would put Norma Jean on so that all the kids in the neighborhood and in the schools who had never noticed me and made fun of me me can recognize me".

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Le film ne reste pas longtemps à l'affiche et les critiques sont plutôt mitigées. Marilyn se fait tout de même remarquer par les critiques, le Motion Picture Herald dit que "L'un des moments le plus brillant est celui où Miss Monroe chante. Elle est jolie, et sa voix et son style agréables constituent pour elle de belles promesses d'avenir"; le Variety écrit que "le film est plein de pièces musicales avec les formidables vocalises de Marilyn Monroe  (...) Miss Monroe nous donne une belle interprétation de reine du music-hall"; le Recorder remarque "une nouvelle venue, la talentueuse blonde Marilyn Monroe", le Nepean Times la qualifie de "talentueuse, blonde et belle Marilyn Monroe".
The film did not stay in theaters for long and reviews were rather mixed. Marilyn is nevertheless noticed by the critics, the Motion Picture Herald says that "One of the bright spots is Miss Monroe's singing. She is pretty, and with her pleasing voice and style, she shows promise"; the Variety writes that "the movie is full of musical pieces with the formidable vocalizations of Marilyn Monroe (...) Miss Monroe gives us a beautiful interpretation of queen of the music hall"; The Recorder notes "a talented blonde new comer, Marilyn Monroe, is introduced"; the Nepean Times qualifies her of "talented, blonde and beautiful Marilyn Monroe".
- sur le blog: Les critiques sur "Ladies of the Chorus"

1er novembre 1952 - Re-sortie en salle du film aux Etats-Unis. Face au succès phénoménal de Marilyn en cette année 1952 (elle accède à une célébrité absolue avec le film de la Fox "Niagara"), la Columbia décide de resortir au cinéma le seul film qu'il lui ont fait tourner et ils apportent quelques modifications dans les apports publicitaires: le nom de Marilyn est ainsi placé en première position dans le générique du film mais aussi sur les affiches du film où son image est aussi mise en avant.
La Columbia se sert de Marilyn pour le film de guerre "Okinawa" sorti en 1952 en utilisant un extrait de "Les Reines du Music-Hall", celui où Marilyn chante "Every Baby Needs a Da-da-daddy". [- sur le blog: 1948 - Marilyn Monroe chante 'Every Baby Needs a Da-da-daddy' ]
En 1952, les slogans publicitaires du film sont: "La sensation de grésillement de l'année, Marilyn Monroe, en tant que reine du burlesque" ; "Cette sensation hollywoodienne chaude dans une comédie musicale avec un fond burlesque"; "Marilyn Monroe dévoile les secrets d'amour des 'Reines du Music-Hall' du Burlesque".
November 1, 1952 - Re-release of the film in the United States. Faced with the phenomenal success of Marilyn in this year 1952 (she reached absolute fame with the Fox film "Niagara"), Columbia decided to re-release the only film they had made with her and they made some changes in publicity: Marilyn's name is thus placed in first position in the credits of the film but also on the posters of the film where her image is also highlighted.
Columbia uses Marilyn for the war movie "Okinawa" released in 1952 using an extract from "Ladies of the Chorus", the one where Marilyn sings "Every Baby Needs a Da-da-daddy".

In 1952, the film's publicity slogans were: "The Year's Sizzling Sensation, Marilyn Monroe, As A Burlesque Queen"; "That Hot Hollywood Sensation In A Musical With A Burlesque Background;" "Marilyn Monroe Bares Love Secrets Of Burlesque's 'Ladies Of The Chorus'".


Retrouvailles
Reunion

  • L'actrice Nana Bryant , qui joue le rôle de Mme Adele Carroll, tenait un rôle dans "Dangerous Years" (1947), celui de Miss Templeton, la directrice de l'orphelinat. Elle n'y partageait cependant aucune scène en commun avec Marilyn.
    Actress Nana Bryant, who plays Mrs. Adele Carroll, had a part in Dangerous Years (1947), that of Miss Templeton, the headmistress of the orphanage. However, she didn't share any scene there with Marilyn.

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Nana Bryant dans "Dangerous Years"

  •  L'acteur Dave Barry joue M. Ripple (le décorateur) avec son vrai fils Alan Barry dans le rôle de Trickle. Ils parlent avec leur "voix de gargouillement", un gimmic qu'il utilisait à l'époque dans de nombreux épisodes de l'émission de radio "The Jimmy Durante" en 1947 et 1948 où il jouait aussi un M. Ripple - le commissaire américain aux voies navigables. Dave Barry racontera plus tard que son fils de 5 ans, Alan Barry, était si nerveux qu'il n'arrêtait pas de s'agiter en mettant sa main dans sa poche - ruinant de nombreuses prises. Le réalisateur a donc du demander au responsable des costumes de coudre la main de son fils Alan dans la poche de son pantalon afin qu'elle ne sorte pas, pour réduire son agitation.
    Dave Barry n'a pas de scènes en commun avec Marilyn dans "Les Reines du Music-Hall". Par contre, il la retrouvera en 1959 pour "Certains l'aiment chaud", où il joue le rôle de Bienstock, le patron de la troupe de chanteuses de jazz.
    Actor Dave Barry plays Mr. Ripple (the decorator) with real life son Alan Barry as Trickle. They speak with their "gurgle voice", a gimmick he used at that time in many episodes of "The Jimmy Durante" radio show during 1947 and 1948 where he also played a Mr. Ripple - the United States Commissioner Of Waterways. Dave Barry would later recount that his 5 year old son Alan Barry was so nervous he kept fidgeting by putting his hand in his pocket - ruining many takes. The director therefore had to ask the wardrobe manager to sew his son Alan's hand into his pant pocket so that it would not come out - to reduce his fidgeting.
    Dave Barry has no scenes in common with Marilyn in "Ladies of the Chorus". However, he will play with her in 1959 in "Some like it hot", where he plays the role of Bienstock, the boss of the troupe of jazz singers.

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Dave Barry et son fils Alan dans "Ladies of the Chorus" / avec Marilyn dans "Some like it Hot"


Sources:
Marilyn Monroe, La Biographie, Donald Spoto
Les vies decrètes de Marilyn Monroe, Anthony Summers
Marilyn Monroe, la femme derrière l'icône, de Ian Ayres
Marilyn Monroe, l'encyclopédie, d'Adam Victor
article de Classic Movie Hub
Marilyn: Behind the Icon – Ladies of the Chorus
quelques anecdotes du film sur imdb
et sur le blog perfectlymarilynmonroe


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18 août 2022

1948, Columbia Studio - Marilyn en indienne par Robert Coburn

Portrait promotionnel des studios de la Columbia par le photographe Robert Coburn de Marilyn Monroe déguisée en jeune fille indienne perchée sur un bloc de glace. Photographie de 1948 pour promouvoir le film "Les reines du music-hall".

Promotional portrait from the Columbia Studios by photographer Robert Coburn of Marilyn Monroe costumed as a young Indian maiden perched on a block of ice. Photograph from 1948 to promote the film "Ladies of the Chorus".

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Portrait attribué à tort au photographe Bruno Bernard - Bernard of Hollywood
Portrait wrongly attributed to photographer Bruno Bernard - Bernard of Hollywood


- verso: texte publicitaire -

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Cette photographie de Marilyn apparaît dans un film produit par la Columbia, "Les aventuriers du désert", réalisé par John Sturges et sorti au cinéma le 5 mars 1949 (aux Etats-Unis).

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This photograph of Marilyn appears in a film produced by Columbia, "The Walking Hills", directed by John Sturges and released in cinemas on March 5, 1949 (in the United States).

- extrait video "The Walking Hills" -


- blog: film 1948 - Ladies of the Chorus -


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30 avril 2022

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13 février 2022

Happy Valentine's Day 2022

La Saint Valentin, fêtée le 14 février, est considérée dans de nombreux pays comme la fête des amoureux. L'emblème de cette fête célébrant l'amour est bien sûr le coeur. L'occasion de revenir sur les séances photos de Marilyn posant pour la Saint Valentin.

Valentine's Day, celebrated on February 14, is considered in many countries as the feast of lovers. The emblem of this feast celebrating love is of course the heart. The opportunity to come back to the photo shoots of Marilyn posing for Valentine's Day.


Marilyn Monroe: Pin-Up de coeur
Marilyn Monroe: Heart Pin-Up


1947, Marilyn Monroe photographiée par Douglas White
1947, Marilyn Monroe photographed by Douglas White

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 1948, Marilyn Monroe photographiée par Bruno Bernard
1948, Marilyn Monroe photographed by Bruno Bernard

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 1950/1951, Marilyn Monroe en cow-girl - photographe inconnu
1950/1951, Marilyn Monroe as a cowgirl - photographer unknown

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1952, Marilyn Monroe photographiée par Art Adams
1952, Marilyn Monroe photographed by Art Adams

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 Bonus


Mars 1946: Marilyn dessine un coeur sur le sable
photographies de Joe Jasgur

March 1946: Marilyn draws a heart on the sand - photographs by Joe Jasgur

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1958: sur le tournage de Certains l'aiment chaud
Marilyn porte une robe du designer Orry-Kelly, avec un coeur au niveau de la fesse !

1958: on the set of Some Like It Hot
Marilyn wears a dress by designer Orry-Kelly, with a heart at the level of the buttocks !

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06 octobre 2020

Dressing - Bikini jaune à lacets

Bikini Jaune à Lacets
Yellow Lace up Bikini

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Maillot de bain deux pièces de couleur jaune, que Marilyn Monroe a porté à de nombreuses reprises lors de séances photos quand elle était une jeune modèle.
C'est un bikini à lacets: le soutien gorge de forme triangle se ferme par un cordon blanc devant ou derrière le corps, et la culotte comporte des lacets blancs qui se nouent de chaque côté. Elle devait beaucoup aimer ce maillot qu'elle a porté pendant au moins sept ans (de 1946 à 1952).
Two-piece yellow swimsuit, that Marilyn Monroe wore many times during photoshoots when she was a young model.
It's a lace-up bikini: the triangle-shaped bra closes with a white lace in front or back of the body, and the panties have white laces that tie on each side. She must have love this swimsuit that she wore during at least seven years (from 1946 to 1952).


Le maillot de bain est en réalité fait de trois pièces: en plus du soutien gorge et de la culotte, il comporte une petite jupe ouverte sur le côté dont le lacet se noue par croisement. Ce type de maillot de bain trois pièces était très en vogue au début des années 1950s aux Etats-Unis.
The swimsuit is actually made of three pieces: in addition to the bra and the panties, it includes a small skirt open on the side whose lace is tied by crossing. This type of three-piece swimsuit was very popular in the early 1950s in the United States.

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Les séances photos
The Photoshoots


C'est encore sous le nom de Norma Jeane Dougherty que la future Marilyn Monroe signe un contrat avec le photographe Richard C Miller qui photographie la jeune modèle pour des clichés publicitaires le 26 mars 1946 sur la plage de Santa Monica. Norma Jeane est photographiée dans différentes tenues et maillots de bain. Ce sont les premières photographies la montrant porter ce maillot de bain deux pièces jaune.
It's again under the name of Norma Jeane Dougherty that the future Marilyn Monroe signs a contract with the photographer Richard C Miller who photographs the young model for advertising shots in March 26, 1946 on the beach in Santa Monica. Norma Jeane is pictured in a variety of outfits and swimsuits. These are the first photographs showing her wearing this two-piece yellow swimsuit.

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Toujours en 1946, pour des portraits aux allures de pin-up pris dans le studio du photographe Bruno Bernard, Norma Jeane accessoirise le bikini en le portant avec la petite jupe jaune.
Also in 1946, for pin-up-like portraits taken in the studio of photographer Bruno Bernard, Norma Jeane accessorizes the bikini by wearing it with the little yellow skirt.

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Cette même année 1946, autres poses de style pin-up pour le photographe et illustrateur Earl Moran.
That same year 1946, other pin-up style poses for photographer and illustrator Earl Moran.

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Encore en 1946, et toujours pour des portraits pris en studio mais sous l'objectif du photographe Laszlo Willinger.
Again in 1946, and still for portraits taken in a studio, but under the lens of photographer Laszlo Willinger.

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Cette même année 1946, on devine par le haut du maillot qu'elle le porte encore pour des portraits noir et blanc pris par Edwin Steinmeyer (dit 'Steinie') destinés à l'agence de mannequin Blue Book où elle y est inscrite; la séance a lieu dans l'Ambassador Hotel où l'agence est située. 
That same year 1946, we can see from the top of the swimsuit that she was still wearing it for black and white portraits taken by Erwin Steinmeyer (known as 'Steinie') for the Blue Book model agency where she was registered as a model; the session takes place in the Ambassador Hotel where the agency is located.

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Au début de 1947, elle porte le maillot avec la jupe pour des portraits dans un studio au décor de nuages dans les studios de la Fox qui distribuera les photos dans la presse pour promouvoir leur nouvelle starlette.
At the beginning of 1947, she wore the bathsuit with the skirt for portraits in a studio with a decor of clouds in the Fox studios which would distribute the photos in the press to promote their new starlet.

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C'est en 1948 qu'elle réapparaît avec le maillot: elle porte le soutien gorge et la petite jupe pour des portraits en studio pris par le photographe Laszlo Willinger. En 1950, l'une des photographies servira de support publicitaire pour le maquillage Westmore.
It was in 1948 that she reappeared with the swimsuit: she wears the bra and the little skirt for studio portraits taken by the photographer Laszlo Willinger. In 1950, one of the photographs served as an advertising medium for Westmore makeup.

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Puis c'est le 26 mai 1950 que Marilyn porte à nouveau le maillot lors d'une séance photos de Bob Beerman qui prend place dans une villa privée de Westwood village.
Then on May 26, 1950, Marilyn wears the swimsuit again during a Bob Beerman photoshoot which takes place in a private villa in Westwood village.

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Cependant, elle a cette fois-ci noué le cordon du soutien gorge non plus devant, mais dans le dos.
However, this time she tied the bra cord no longer in front, but in the back.

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On la redécouvre encore vêtue du maillot dans une autre séance photos couleur non datée (en 1950 ou 1951) où elle pose à la plage sur le sable au bord de l'eau.
We rediscover her still wearing the swimsuit in another undated color photoshoot (in 1950 or 1951) where she poses at the beach, in the sand by the water.

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Durant l'année 1951, elle fait plusieurs séances avec le photographe Anthony Beauchamp: elle apparaît vêtue du maillot de bain deux pièces dans deux d'entre elles.
During the year 1951, she made several sessions with the photographer Anthony Beauchamp: she appeared dressed in the two-piece swimsuit in three of them.

- En pin-up telle une Vénus allongée sur une serviette éponge dans un tranzat.
In pin-up like a Venus lying on a terry towel in a tranzat.
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- A la plage pour des photographies plus spontanées.
At the beach for photographs with more spontaneous poses.
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Toujours en 1951, elle est aussi photographiée par Earl Theisen mais aux studios de la Fox , en mode pin-up glamour.
Always in 1951, she is photographed by Earl Theisen, at the Fox studios , in glamorous pin-up mode.

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Enfin, elle porte pour une dernière fois le bikini jaune en 1952, dans une séance photos en studio de David Preston où elle reprend des poses de pin-up.
Finally, she wears the yellow bikini for the last time in 1952, in a David Preston studio photoshoot where she resumes pin-up poses.

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D'autres Bikinis à Lacet de Marilyn
Other Lace-up Bikinis of Marilyn


La jeune modèle Marilyn a porté d'autres maillots de bain deux pièces du même style qui se nouent par un petit lacet. 
Young model Marilyn wore other two-piece swimsuits of the same style which are tied with a small lace.


En 1946, en prenant la pose pin-up pour le photographe et illustrateur Earl Moran: le soutien gorge est de forme plus ronde en se nouant sur le devant, et la culotte se noue en lacet de croisement; le lacet est plus foncé. L'artiste la représentera avec ce maillot de couleur jaune.
In 1946, taking the pin-up pose for the photographer and illustrator Earl Moran: the bra is rounder in shape by being tied at the front, and the panties are tied in a crossed lace; the lace is darker. The artist will represent her with this yellow color.

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Le même maillot, encore sous l'égide d'Earl Moran l'année suivante -en 1947- des poses pin-up dans un fauteuil.
The same swimsuit, still under the aegis of Earl Moran the following year -in 1947- pin-up poses in a sofa.

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En 1948, encore sous l'oeil d'Earl Moran, elle pose allongée en pin-up sur un matelas. Elle ne porte que la culotte, et il semble qu'il s'agisse d'un autre modèle, plus moulant avec un lacet noir noué en croisement. On devine le haut du maillot (le soutien gorge) posé à côté d'elle avec un lacet noir.
In 1948, still under Earl Moran's eye, she poses as a pin-up lying on a mattress. She only wears the panties, and it looks like another type, more tight-fitting with a black lace tied in the crossover. We can guess the top of the swimsuit (the bra) posed next to her with a black lace.

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Encore en 1948, dans un studio photo, sous l'objectif de Laszlo Willinger, elle porte un bikini à rayures vertes : le soutien gorge sans bretelles se noue par un lacet blanc sur le devant, et la culotte à volant en dentelles a aussi un lacage croisé sur le côté. 
Again in 1948, in a photo studio, under the camera lens of Laszlo Willinger, she wears a green striped bikini: the strapless bra is tied with a white lace on the front, and the ruffled lace panties also have a crossed lacing on the side.

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Les Bikinis à Lacets
Lace-up Bikinis


Ava Gardner, fin des années 1940s

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Les actrices Jane Rusell, 1942
 Dale Evans, 1945
Carole Landis, années 1940s

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Yvonne de Carlo, 1950s
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Des mannequins des années 1950s/1960s
Model girls from the 1950s/1960s

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Elizabeth Taylor, dans les années 1950s

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Défilé Chanel, juin 1994: Claudia Schiffer et Naomi Campbell

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06 mai 2018

Icons and Idols: Hollywood - 11/2017 - Julien's Auction

Photographies diverses


Lot 129: VINTAGE PUBLICITY IMAGES
A group of 15 vintage publicity images of Hollywood celebrities including Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor, Elvis Presley, Betty Grable, Rita Hayworth (whose name has been written on the photograph), and Shirley Temple. Accompanied by an envelope of news clippings and other ephemera primarily related to Monroe.
Estimate: $200 - $400 | Winning Bid: $256
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Lot 130: MARILYN MONROE NEGATIVE, CIRCA 1947
A black and white negative of Marilyn Monroe, believed to have been taken on the Fox Studios back lot set by Joseph Jasgur, circa 1947. Accompanied by a black and white photograph recently printed from this negative.
Estimate: $500 - $1,000 | Winning Bid: $640
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Lot 141: MARILYN MONROE MILTON GREENE SILKSCREEN PRINT
A limited edition silkscreen print of a Milton Greene photograph of Marilyn Monroe, taken during the famed "Black Sitting" photo session in New York in 1956. Printed later. Signed by the artist in pencil lower right, “AP” lower left.
Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000 | Winning Bid: $1,280
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 Lot 142: MARILYN MONROE BERT STERN PHOTOGRAPH
A photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken in 1962 by Bert Stern during “The Last Sitting.” The black and white image was printed and signed by the artist in 1994; it is numbered on the photographer's stamp 91/5000. Stern wrote in the lower margin “Marilyn 1962 Bert Stern.”
Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000 | Winning Bid: $1,600
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Lot 145: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY MANFRED KREINER
A black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Manfred Kreiner. The image shows Monroe walking onto a photo set and is marked with red pencil. Photographer’s stamp on verso (multiple times) with handwritten notation in red pencil. Accompanied by a small typed message written in German regarding Monroe and this photograph.
Estimate: $600 - $800 | Winning Bid: $448
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 Lot 146: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY MANFRED KREINER
A black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Manfred Kreiner. The image shows Monroe descending an airplane staircase and has been scribbled on in red ink. Photographer’s stamp on verso with handwritten notation in pencil and the words “Kill Kill” in red ink. “Kill” here refers to the fact that Monroe did not want this image published. Accompanied by a small typed message written in German by Kreiner regarding Monroe and this photograph.
Estimate: $600 - $800 | Winning Bid: $640 
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Lot 147: MARILYN MONROE ORIGINAL CANDID PHOTOGRAPHS
A group of three original never before seen original color photographs of Marilyn Monroe taken on May 30, 1958, as she exited her apartment at 444 East 57th Street in New York City. Just three days prior, Monroe was photographed by Richard Avedon for Life magazine.
PROVENANCE Lot 755, "Marilyn Monroe Auction," Julien's Auctions, Los Angeles, November 17, 2016 
Estimate: $800 - $1,200 | Winning Bid: $1,024
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Lot 156: SOME LIKE IT HOT BEHIND-THE-SCENES SLIDES WITH COPYRIGHT
A group of 23 original color slides taken on the set of Some Like It Hot (United Artists, 1959) sold with copyright to the images. The slides include approximately eight images of Marilyn Monroe and five of Tony Curtis, among others on and around the set of the film, including Coronado Beach.
While the seller confirms that this property is sold with copyright, Julien’s can accept no liability in relation to any matters arising as a result of any imperfection of copyright given.
Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000 | Winning Bid: $1280
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Lot 159: MARILYN MONROE PRINT BY RUSSELL YOUNG (BRITISH, 1959)
A screenprint on paper titled “Marilyn in Korea (Pink + Midori Blue)” by Russell Young, signed by the artist at lower right and numbered 10/50. Additionally marked in pencil on verso in an unknown hand “56105/ 12.”
Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000 | unsold
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Photographies Bruno Bernard


Lot 134: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY BRUNO BERNARD
A black and white pin-up photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Bruno Bernard, circa 1946. According to the book Marilyn: Intimate Exposures by Susan Bernard “Marilyn said to Mr. Bernard ‘Can you take some sexy pictures of me?’ and he replied ‘But Norma, you are the girl next door.” Estate signed at lower right and numbered 1/90.
PROVENANCE From the Estate of Bruno Bernard
Estimate: $2,500 - $3,000 | unsold
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Lot 135: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY BRUNO BERNARD
A black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Bruno Bernard, circa 1946, titled “Norma Jean Sailor Girl.” This is a seldom seen outtake photograph from a shoot intended for magazine cover images. Estate signed at lower right and numbered 5/50.
PROVENANCE From the Estate of Bruno Bernard
Estimate: $2,500 - $3,200 | unsold
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Lot 136: MARIYLN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY BRUNO BERNARD
A black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Bruno Bernard in 1953. This photograph was taken of Monroe backstage at the Hollywood Bowl for an appearance benefiting St. Jude’s. Monroe wore a costume from the film Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (20th Century, 1953). Estate signed at lower right and numbered 6/90.
PROVENANCE From the Estate of Bruno Bernard
Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000 | unsold
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Lot 137: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY BRUNO BERNARD
A black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Bruno Bernard in 1953. This photograph was taken of Monroe backstage at the Hollywood Bowl deciding what message to describe on a guest wall at a charity event benefiting St. Jude’s. This image was never published and comes from a contact sheet of artist’s proofs. Estate signed at lower right and numbered 6/90.
PROVENANCE From the Estate of Bruno Bernard
Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000 | Winning Bid: $2,560
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Lot 138: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY BRUNO BERNARD
A color photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Bruno Bernard in 1954. The photograph shows Monroe on the set of The Seven Year Itch (20th Century, 1955) having her makeup applied by Whitey Snyder. According to the book Marilyn: Intimate Exposures by Susan Bernard, Snyder stated that this is the only color photograph of himself and Monroe that he had ever seen. Estate signed at lower right and numbered 5/50.
PROVENANCE From the Estate of Bruno Bernard
Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500 | Winning Bid: $1,920

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Lot 139: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY BRUNO BERNARD
A color photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Bruno Bernard in 1954. The photograph shows Monroe in a screening room at the 20th Century Fox studios wearing her iconic white dress from the film The Seven Year Itch (20th Century, 1955). Estate signed at lower right and numbered 14/50.
PROVENANCE From the Estate of Bruno Bernard
Estimate: $2,500 - $3,000 | Winning Bid: $3,437.50

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Lot 140: MARILYN MONROE ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPH BY BRUNO BERNARD
An original vintage black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Bruno Bernard on the set of The Seven Year Itch (20th Century, 1955) and signed by Bernard on verso “Bernard of Hollywood.” Housed in a Bernard of Hollywood vintage photograph folder.
PROVENANCE From the Estate of Bruno Bernard
Estimate: $10,000 - $20,000 | unsold

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Vêtements & Accessoires


 Lot 143: MARILYN MONROE WORN BLACK COLOBUS COAT
A mid-1940s black colobus coat worn by Marilyn Monroe to the 1948 film premiere of The Emperor Waltz (Paramount, 1948). The coat has broad shoulders, a cordé collar, a satin lining, and a Jerrold's Van Nuys, Calif. label. Although the black colobus is currently on the endangered species list, it was quite fashionable in the 1940s. Monroe wrote in a letter to Grace Goddard dated December 3, 1944, "I found out that its [sic] possible to buy a Gold Coast Monkey Coat. I shall write to you about it later." The coat was gifted from Monroe to Jacquita M. Rigoni (Warren), who was the great-niece to Anne Karger, mother of Monroe's voice coach, Freddie Karger. Monroe had a close relationship with the family, and the coat has remained in their possession. Accompanied by a letter of authenticity from Jacqui Rigoni detailing the family's relationship to Monroe and the history of the coat.
The monkey species used to make this Marilyn Monroe monkey fur coat is on the Endangered Species list. U.S. Endangered Species Act regulations required by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service impose certain regulations on the sale of this coat. Please read the following carefully:
Please read the following carefully: The Marilyn Monroe monkey fur coat may be sold to a resident of California without requiring a Federal permit. A non-California resident may bid on this coat and if he or she were the winning bidder could apply for a Federal permit to remove the coat from the state of California. Julien’s has been advised that a Federal permit would likely be REFUSED by the governing offices. It is vehemently advised that non-residents of California DO NOT bid on this Marilyn Monroe owned monkey fur coat. If you bid on this lot and are unable to obtain a permit Julien’s has no liability and will be unable to refund you for your purchase.
A California resident who purchases this coat and later moves from California to another state would not be required to obtain a permit if he or she maintained ownership of the coat when changing state of residence. However, the owner would need to make sure there are no state regulations prohibiting the transfer of the coat from one state to another.
Estimate: $20,000 - $30,000 | Winning Bid: $32,000

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Lot 144: MARILYN MONROE FAN FROM THE PRINCE AND THE SHOWGIRL
A vintage lace fan used by Marilyn Monroe in the film The Prince and the Showgirl (Warner Bros., 1957). The folding hand fan is used by Monroe in the ballroom scene in the film. The frame and guard are embellished with floral motif carvings embellished with pink, blue, and gold-metallic paint. The accompanying letter from the consignor explains that the fan was gifted by Monroe to William Louis George Le Brun, known as Louis Le Brun in the film industry, who was the Chief Production Accountant for Warner Bros. in the United Kingdom. When Monroe was taken ill while filming, Le Brun, who was responsible for overseeing the distribution of all finances, which involved the insurance and wellbeing of the cast and production team, stayed by her side. As a thank-you, Monroe gave him this fan, or more specifically gave the fan to his wife as an apology for keeping Le Brun from his family. At the time the fan was received several of the fan blades were broken, presumed to be from use during filming. The fan has remained in the possession of the Le Brun family since the gift was made by Monroe.
Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000 | Winning Bid: $10,000 

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Lot 149: MARILYN MONROE VINTAGE MINI PINECONE TREE GIFTED FROM JOE DIMAGGIO TO MARILYN MONROE
A mini brown wire form holiday tree made of pinecones and other tree items, dusted with glitter. Wrapped in a black tulle base. The tree was purportedly a gift from Joe DiMaggio to Marilyn Monroe one Christmas when he discovered that she did not have a tree to celebrate the holidays.
Height, 23 inches
PROVENANCE Lot 246, "Marilyn Monroe: Property from The Estate of Lee Strasberg," Julien's Auctions, Los Angeles, November 17-19, 2016
Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000 | Winning Bid: $7,500 

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Lot 150: MARILYN MONROE ROCOCO STYLE COFFEE TABLE
A carved wood coffee table with canted edges and inset parchment top.
PROVENANCE Lot 558, "Marilyn Monroe: Property from The Estate of Lee Strasberg," Julien's Auctions, Los Angeles, November 17-19, 2016
Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000 | Winning Bid: $2,880

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Lot 151: MARILYN MONROE FLOWER SWAG
Gold tone wirework floral wall ornament, with enameled blue and purple flowers formed from Australian pennies dated 1942. Two leaves and one flower detached.
PROVENANCE Partial Lot 456, “The Personal Property of Marilyn Monroe,” Christie’s, New York, Sale number 9216, October 27-28, 1999
Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000 | unsold

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Lot 153: MARILYN MONROE MIRROR
A small handheld sterling silver mirror accompanied by a handwritten note reading in full on the recto: “11/1/00/ This make-up mirror was owned/ by Marilyn Monroe. It was left in/ her 57 St Apart-/ ment when she/ moved to California./ The super of/ the building/ ”liberated” it.’ Hopefully, you/ will find a good/ home for it!/ Thanks./ Terry Seymour (212) 777-0157” as well as “Mrs. S:/ will write thank you/ letter when donate it”; on the verso is “Super’s daughter used it/ a few years. T. Seymour/ in real estate, were (sic)/ selling MM apartment a few/ years ago./ Super gave it to her./ Super said/ MM bought it in/ London, used it/ a lot at home./ I thanked her and said/ you would like to/ donate it to Hollygrove.”
Approximate diameter, 7 inches
PROVENANCE Lot 224, “Property from the Estate of Marilyn Monroe,” Julien’s Auctions, Los Angeles, June 4, 2005
Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000 | Winning Bid: $1,920

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Lot 154: MARILYN MONROE VINTAGE ABSTRACT PARCEL GILT FAN
A folding paper Japanese hand fan with abstract parcel gilt decoration.
15 1/2 by 24 1/2 by 2 inches
PROVENANCE Lot 244, "Marilyn Monroe: Property from The Estate of Lee Strasberg," Julien's Auctions, Los Angeles, November 17-19, 2016
Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000 | Winning Bid: $1,024
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Documents papiers


Lot 131: MARILYN MONROE RECEIVED LETTER FROM UNCLE ART
A double-sided two-page letter written to Marilyn Monroe from "Uncle Art," who was a relative of Monroe's foster mother, Grace Goddard. The letter reads in part "So glad you are making satisfactory progress in school. I advise that you be particularly diligent in the cultural subjects...sad is the fate of the young woman who has not the ambition to so model and mold her language and conduct as to have [illegible] herself to the point where she can mingle with cultured people inconspicuously." The letter is written on International Correspondence Schools of Scranton, Pennsylvania, stationery, undated and signed "Devotedly Yours, Uncle Art."
PROVENANCE Sotheby’s Parke-Bernet, Sale number 94, October 21, 1973
Estimate: $500 - $1,000 | Winning Bid: $640
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 Lot 133: MARILYN MONROE SIGNED CHECK TO JAX
A Marilyn Monroe completed and signed Jax counter check in the amount of $63.83; address is listed as the Beverly Carlton Hotel. Monroe did not fill in the date; the check is stamped on verso May 12, 1952.
Estimate: $500 - $1,000 | Winning Bid: $640
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Lot 148: MARILYN MONROE 1954 SIGNED CHECK
A counter check fully completed and signed by Marilyn Monroe. The check is dated October 11, 1954, to The Christian Community in the amount of $50.00. On October 6, 1954, Monroe announced her separation from then-husband Joe DiMaggio.
Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000 | Winning Bid: $4,480
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 Lot 152: MARILYN MONROE SKIN CARE REGIME INSTRUCTIONS
A typed instruction sheet dated June 11, 1958, for Marilyn Monroe’s skin care regime from the Erno Laszlo Institute. The instructions are for morning care of skin, evening “ ’if’ dressing” for formal occasions, and in the evening before retiring. The sheet also includes a list of foods not to eat.
PROVENANCE Partial Lot 334, "Marilyn Monroe: Property from The Estate of Lee Strasberg," Julien's Auctions, Los Angeles, November 17-19, 2016
Estimate: $400 - $600 | Winning Bid: $3,840
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 Lot 155: MARILYN MONROE BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S SCRIPT AND REPORT
A clean copy of the screenplay for Breakfast at Tiffany's written by George Axelrod and dated July 9, 1959. Monroe was considering the part, and she sought the opinions of her professional team including the Strasbergs, her husband, and management team. The script is accompanied by a single-page, typed "report" dated September 23, 1959, which also has the name "Parone" typed to the left of the date. Literary luminary Edward Parone was at the time running Monroe's production company and most likely is the one who wrote this single-page, scathing review of the script, leading with the simple sentence, "I think not." It goes on to criticize the screenplay, determining, "I can see Marilyn playing a part like Holly and even giving this present one all the elan it badly needs, but I don't feel she should play it: it lacks insight and warmth and reality and importance." It has been long reported that Monroe declined the part upon the advice of Lee Strasberg, but this document provides further evidence that other people in her inner circle advised her not to take the role. Together with a four-page shooting schedule for November 4, 1960, for the film.
PROVENANCE Lot 441, "Marilyn Monroe: Property from The Estate of Lee Strasberg," Julien's Auctions, Los Angeles, November 17-19, 2016
Estimate: $6,000 - $9,000 | Winning Bid: $12,500

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Lot 160: JOHN F. KENNEDY 1962 BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION PROGRAM
A program from President John F. Kennedy's birthday celebration at Madison Square Garden, New York, in 1962. The program, with "Happy Birthday Mr. President" and an image of Kennedy on the cover, lists the entertainers of the evening: Marilyn Monroe - who sang her now-famous rendition of "Happy Birthday" to Kennedy, Ella Fitzgerald, Maria Callas, Henry Fonda, Peggy Lee, and Danny Kaye, among others.
Estimate: $600 - $800 | Winning Bid: $1,600 

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Medical


Lot 157: MARILYN MONROE PELVIC X-RAY
A Marilyn Monroe pelvic X-ray dated November 9, 1954. Information ghost printed in the upper right of the X-ray reads "Cedars of Lebanon Hospital/ Drs. E. Freedman and S. Finck/ Name Di Maggio, Mrs. Marilyn/ No. 50612 Date 11-9-54/ Ref. By Dr. L. Krohn." Dr. Leon Krohn was Monroe’s gynecologist.
Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000 | Winning Bid: $3,840
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Lot 158: MARILYN MONROE MEDICAL FILE
A medical file pertaining to cosmetic surgery performed on Marilyn Monroe. The file includes facial X-rays and doctors' notes from the office of Dr. Michael Gurdin, M.D., and the X-ray office of Drs. Conti and Steinberg. Dr. Gurdin's chart on Monroe begins on July 14, 1958, and lists the patient as Marilyn Miller with addresses in New York and Los Angeles. The chief complaint listed is "chin deformity" and goes on to give a medical history that begins in 1950 and ends in 1962. Listed are a 1956 bout of neutropenia in England; 1957 ectopic pregnancy in New York; and 1950 cartilage implant in chin that the doctor observed had slowly begun to dissolve. Those with knowledge of the implant procedure have explained that this was done in association with a tip rhinoplasty, a procedure involving the tip of Monroe's nose only, not the bones. The last entry is dated June 7, 1962, and reports a fall at between 2 and 3 a.m. resulting in swelling and tenderness of the nose. Monroe was brought to Dr. Gurdin by her psychoanalyst, Dr. Ralph Greenson. Monroe was referred to Drs. Conti and Steinberg for X-rays. For her visit to the radiologists she was given the alias "Miss Joan Newman," and that name appears on the paperwork with Monroe's Brentwood home address. Six X-rays are in the folder: a frontal facial bones X-ray; a smaller X-ray that is a composite of the right and left sides of her nasal bones; and four small dental X-rays into the roof of Monroe's mouth, looking upward toward the nasal bones. The conclusion, written by Dr. Conti and dated June 7, 1962, is that there was no damage to Monroe's nose due to her fall. A more recent evaluation of the X-rays indicates a very minute hairline fracture of this bone. Monroe had turned 36 less than a week earlier. On June 8, the following day, Monroe was fired from the film Something's Got to Give (20th Century Fox, 1962).
Estimate: $20,000 - $30,000 | unsold
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Presse


Lot 132: PLAYBOY MAGAZINE FIRST ISSUE SIGNED BY HUGH HEFNER
An original first issue of Playboy magazine (HMH Publishing, 1953) featuring Marilyn Monroe on the cover and signed by Hugh Hefner. The magazine, which launched in December 1953, sold for 50 cents a copy. Housed in a protective plastic case.
  Estimate: $6,000 - $8,000 | Winning Bid: $12,800
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Art


Lot 198: AL HIRSCHFELD ABE HIRSCHFELD PRINT
A print of Al Hirschfeld’s "Abe Hirschfeld and Friends" caricature commissioned by Abe Hirschfeld in 1988. The image shows Abe surrounded by Shirley MacLaine, Luciano Pavarotti, Michael Jackson, Jackie Mason, Anthony Quinn, Donald Trump, Barbra Streisand, Carol Channing, Jackie Onassis, Jackie Gleason, Elvis Presley, and Marilyn Monroe. With a faded inscription that reads "To Mary [illegible] With appreciation from all of us Abe Hirschfeld."
Estimate: $100 - $300 | Winning Bid: $1,600
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24 mars 2018

"Julien's Entertainment" - Julien's Auction 09/2017

2017-09-18-entertainment_auction-juliens  La vente aux enchères "Julien's Entertainment" du 18 septembre 2017 par Julien's Auction organisée exclusivement sur internet, contenait 175 lots sur le cinéma d'hier et d'aujourd'hui mais aussi sur le rock n'roll. Il contenait 8 lots sur Marilyn Monroe (en consultation sur julienslive): deux chèques et des photographie.
Pas de catalogue édité


 Lot 6: MARILYN MONROE AS VENUS PRINT
A print depicting Marilyn Monroe as Venus at her bath surrounded by three putti, signed by artist at lower right and numbered 20/1000 at lower left.
Winning bid: $192 

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Lot 7: MARILYN MONROE SIGNED CHECK, 1959
A Marilyn Monroe signed counter check written on behalf of Marilyn Monroe Productions Inc. on November 15, 1959, to Jurgensen’s Gourmet in the amount of $26.21.
  Winning bid: $2,880 

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Lot 8: MARILYN MONROE SIGNED CHECK, DECEMBER 1953  
A Marilyn Monroe signed check dated December 19, 1953, to Greenblatt’s in the amount of $8.50. Greenblatt’s Deli is located on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood.
Winning bid: $5,120 

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Lot 9: MARILYN MONROE WARDROBE TEST SHOT ARCHIVE
An archive of approximately 60 vintage wardrobe test shots of Marilyn Monroe. Accompanied by a wardrobe sheet for Monroe's character from A Ticket To Tomahawk (20th Century, 1950).
Winning bid: $19,200

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Lot 10: MARILYN MONROE IMAGE ARCHIVE
An archive of approximately 100 studio images of Marilyn Monroe. The archive includes original vintage studio images, reprints, and some copies. Some images have studio stamps or snipes affixed to verso. Accompanied by a binder with approximately vintage tear sheets and magazine covers featuring Marilyn Monroe.
Winning bid: $2,240

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 Lot 11: MARILYN MONROE BERNARD OF HOLLYWOOD PHOTOGRAPH  
A limited edition black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Bruno Bernard on the set of The Seven Year Itch (20th Century, 1955), numbered 5/50 and signed by The Estate of Bruno Bernard at lower right corner.
Winning bid: $2,880

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Lot 12: MARILYN MONROE JOSEPH JASGUR PHOTOGRAPH  
A black and white image of Marilyn Monroe taken by Joseph Jasgur in 1946, printed later with Jasgur's approval. The image shows Monroe in a plaid shirt smiling at the camera.
Winning bid: $320
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Lot 13: MARILYN MONROE JOSEPH JASGUR PHOTOGRAPH  
A black and white image of Marilyn Monroe taken by Joseph Jasgur in 1946, printed later with Jasgur’s approval. The image was taken during a session at Zuma Beach.
Winning bid: $576
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"Iconic Imagery of Marilyn Monroe" - Julien's Auction 08/2017

2017-08-13-iconic_image_Marilyn-juliens  La vente aux enchères "Iconic Imagery of Marilyn Monroe" du 13 août 2017 par Julien's Auction organisée exclusivement sur internet, contenait 67 lots sur Marilyn Monroe (en consultation sur julienslive): des photographies de Douglas Kirkland, George Barris, Philippe Halsman, Andre De Dienes, Bruno Bernard; ainsi que deux chèques signés par Marilyn.
Pas de catalogue édité


 Photographies Douglas Kirkland


Lot 1: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY DOUGLAS KIRKLAND  
A color ink-jet photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Douglas Kirkland in 1961. The photograph is signed by Kirkland at lower right and numbered 11/72.
Unsold
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Lot 2: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY DOUGLAS KIRKLAND  
A color ink-jet photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Douglas Kirkland in 1961. The photograph is signed by Kirkland at lower right and numbered 11/72.
Unsold 
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Lot 3: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY DOUGLAS KIRKLAND
A color ink-jet photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Douglas Kirkland in 1961. The photograph is signed by Kirkland at lower right and numbered 11/72.
Winning bid: $500
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Lot 4: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY DOUGLAS KIRKLAND
A color ink-jet photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Douglas Kirkland in 1961. The photograph is signed by Kirkland at lower right and numbered 11/72.
Winning bid: $531.25
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Lot 5: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY DOUGLAS KIRKLAND  
A color ink-jet photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Douglas Kirkland in 1961. The photograph is signed by Kirkland at lower right and numbered 11/72.
Winning bid: $500
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Lot 6: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY DOUGLAS KIRKLAND
A color ink-jet photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Douglas Kirkland in 1961. The photograph is signed by Kirkland at lower right and numbered 11/72.
Unsold 
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Lot 7: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY DOUGLAS KIRKLAND  
A color ink-jet photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Douglas Kirkland in 1961. The photograph is signed by Kirkland at lower right and numbered 11/72.
Unsold 
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Lot 8: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY DOUGLAS KIRKLAND  
A color ink-jet photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Douglas Kirkland in 1961. The photograph is signed by Kirkland at lower right and numbered 11/72.
Unsold 
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Lot 9: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY DOUGLAS KIRKLAND  
A color ink-jet photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Douglas Kirkland in 1961. The photograph is signed by Kirkland at lower right and numbered 11/72.
Unsold  
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Lot 10: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY DOUGLAS KIRKLAND
A color ink-jet photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Douglas Kirkland in 1961. The photograph is signed by Kirkland at lower right and numbered 11/72.
Unsold 
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Lot 11: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY DOUGLAS KIRKLAND
A color ink-jet photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Douglas Kirkland in 1961. The photograph is signed by Kirkland at lower right and numbered 11/72.
Winning bid: $562.50
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Lot 12: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY DOUGLAS KIRKLAND  
A color ink-jet photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Douglas Kirkland in 1961. The photograph is signed by Kirkland at lower right and numbered 11/72.
Unsold 
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Lot 13: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY DOUGLAS KIRKLAND  
A color ink-jet photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Douglas Kirkland in 1961. The photograph is signed by Kirkland at lower right and numbered 11/72.
Unsold 
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Lot 14: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY DOUGLAS KIRKLAND  
A color ink-jet photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Douglas Kirkland in 1961. The photograph is signed by Kirkland at lower right and numbered 11/72.
Winning bid: $500 
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Lot 15: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY DOUGLAS KIRKLAND
A color ink-jet photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Douglas Kirkland in 1961. The photograph is signed by Kirkland at lower right and numbered 11/72.
Unsold 
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Lot 16: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY DOUGLAS KIRKLAND  
A color ink-jet photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Douglas Kirkland in 1961. The photograph is signed by Kirkland at lower right and numbered 11/72.
Winning bid: $531.25
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Lot 17: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY DOUGLAS KIRKLAND
A color ink-jet photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Douglas Kirkland in 1961. The photograph is signed by Kirkland at lower right and numbered 11/72.
Unsold 
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Lot 18: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY DOUGLAS KIRKLAND  
A color ink-jet photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Douglas Kirkland in 1961. The photograph is signed by Kirkland at lower right and numbered 11/72.
Winning bid: $500 
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Lot 19: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY DOUGLAS KIRKLAND
A color ink-jet photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Douglas Kirkland in 1961. The photograph is signed by Kirkland at lower right and numbered 11/72.
Unsold
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Lot 20: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY DOUGLAS KIRKLAND
A color ink-jet photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Douglas Kirkland in 1961. The photograph is signed by Kirkland at lower right and numbered 11/72.
Winning bid: $500
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Photographies George Barris


Lot 21: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY GEORGE BARRIS
A color photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by George Barris in 1962. The photograph is signed by Barris at lower left and stamped on verso “© George Barris/ Marilyn Monroe/ Weston Editions LTD./ All Rights Reserved.” 1987 marked the 25th anniversary of this photoshoot with Monroe.
Winning bid: $531.25
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Lot 22: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY GEORGE BARRIS  
A color photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by George Barris in 1962. The photograph is signed by Barris at lower right and stamped on verso “© George Barris/ Marilyn Monroe/ Weston Editions LTD./ All Rights Reserved.” 1987 marked the 25th anniversary of this photoshoot with Monroe.
Winning bid: $375
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Lot 23: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY GEORGE BARRIS
A color photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by George Barris in 1962. The photograph is signed by Barris at lower right and stamped on verso “© George Barris/ Marilyn Monroe/ Weston Editions LTD./ All Rights Reserved.” 1987 marked the 25th anniversary of this photoshoot with Monroe.
Winning bid: $406.25
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Lot 24: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY GEORGE BARRIS  
A black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by George Barris in 1962. The photograph is signed by Barris at lower left and stamped on verso “© George Barris/ Marilyn Monroe/ Weston Editions LTD./ All Rights Reserved.” 1987 marked the 25th anniversary of this photoshoot with Monroe.
Winning bid: $687.50
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Lot 25: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY GEORGE BARRIS  
A color photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by George Barris in 1962. The photograph is signed by Barris at lower right and stamped on verso “© George Barris/ Marilyn Monroe/ Weston Editions LTD./ All Rights Reserved.” 1987 marked the 25th anniversary of this photoshoot with Monroe.
Winning bid: $625
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Lot 26: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY GEORGE BARRIS  
A black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by George Barris in 1962. The photograph is signed by Barris at lower left and stamped on verso “© George Barris/ Marilyn Monroe/ Weston Editions LTD./ All Rights Reserved.” 1987 marked the 25th anniversary of this photoshoot with Monroe.
Winning bid: $437.50
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Lot 27: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY GEORGE BARRIS  
A black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by George Barris in 1962. The photograph is signed by Barris at lower left and stamped on verso “© George Barris/ Marilyn Monroe/ Weston Editions LTD./ All Rights Reserved.” 1987 marked the 25th anniversary of this photoshoot with Monroe.
Winning bid: $406.25
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Lot 28: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY GEORGE BARRIS  
A color photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by George Barris in 1962. The photograph is signed by Barris at lower left and stamped on verso “© George Barris/ Marilyn Monroe/ Weston Editions LTD./ All Rights Reserved.” 1987 marked the 25th anniversary of this photoshoot with Monroe.
Winning bid: $468.75
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Lot 29: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY GEORGE BARRIS
A color photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by George Barris in 1962. The photograph is signed by Barris at lower right and stamped on verso “© George Barris/ Marilyn Monroe/ Weston Editions LTD./ All Rights Reserved.” 1987 marked the 25th anniversary of this photoshoot with Monroe.
Winning bid: $562.50
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Lot 30: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY GEORGE BARRIS  
A color photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by George Barris in 1962. The photograph is signed by Barris at lower left and stamped on verso “© George Barris/ Marilyn Monroe/ Weston Editions LTD./ All Rights Reserved.” 1987 marked the 25th anniversary of this photoshoot with Monroe.
Winning bid: $687.50
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Lot 31: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY GEORGE BARRIS
A black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by George Barris in 1962. The photograph is signed by Barris at lower left and stamped on verso “© George Barris/ Marilyn Monroe/ Weston Editions LTD./ All Rights Reserved.” 1987 marked the 25th anniversary of this photoshoot with Monroe.
Winning bid: $406.25
2017-08-13-iconic_image_Marilyn-juliens-lot31 


Lot 32: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY GEORGE BARRIS  
A black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by George Barris in 1962. The photograph is signed by Barris at lower right and stamped on verso “© George Barris/ Marilyn Monroe/ Weston Editions LTD./ All Rights Reserved.” 1987 marked the 25th anniversary of this photoshoot with Monroe.
Winning bid: $562.50
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Lot 33: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY GEORGE BARRIS
A black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by George Barris in 1962. The photograph is signed by Barris at lower left and stamped on verso “© George Barris/ Marilyn Monroe/ Weston Editions LTD./ All Rights Reserved.” 1987 marked the 25th anniversary of this photoshoot with Monroe.
Winning bid: $406.25
2017-08-13-iconic_image_Marilyn-juliens-lot33   


Lot 34: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY GEORGE BARRIS
A color photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by George Barris in 1962. The photograph is signed by Barris at lower right and stamped on verso “© George Barris/ Marilyn Monroe/ Weston Editions LTD./ All Rights Reserved.” 1987 marked the 25th anniversary of this photoshoot with Monroe.
Winning bid: $812.50
2017-08-13-iconic_image_Marilyn-juliens-lot34   


Lot 35: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY GEORGE BARRIS
A black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by George Barris in 1962. The photograph is signed by Barris at lower right with copyright language at right that reads “© 1987 Marilyn Monroe Weston Editions Ltd.” Additionally stamped on verso “© Copyright 1987 George Barris/ Marilyn Monroe/ Weston Editions LTD.” 1987 marked the 25th anniversary of this photoshoot with Monroe.
Winning bid: $687.50
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Lot 36: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY GEORGE BARRIS  
A color photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by George Barris in 1962. The photograph is signed by Barris at lower right and stamped on verso “© Copyright 1987 George Barris/ Marilyn Monroe/ Weston Editions LTD.” 1987 marked the 25th anniversary of this photoshoot with Monroe.
Winning bid: $812.50
2017-08-13-iconic_image_Marilyn-juliens-lot36   


Lot 37: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY GEORGE BARRIS
A black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by George Barris in 1962. The photograph is signed by Barris at lower right and stamped on verso “© George Barris/ Marilyn Monroe/ Weston Editions LTD./ All Rights Reserved.” 1987 marked the 25th anniversary of this photoshoot with Monroe.
Winning bid: $500
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Lot 38: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY GEORGE BARRIS
A black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by George Barris in 1962. The photograph is signed by Barris at lower left and stamped on verso “© George Barris/ Marilyn Monroe/ Weston Editions LTD./ All Rights Reserved.” 1987 marked the 25th anniversary of this photoshoot with Monroe.
Winning bid: $468.75
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Lot 39: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY GEORGE BARRIS
A black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by George Barris in 1962. The photograph is signed by Barris at lower right and stamped on verso “© George Barris/ Marilyn Monroe/ Weston Editions LTD./ All Rights Reserved.” 1987 marked the 25th anniversary of this photoshoot with Monroe.
Winning bid: $437.50 
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Lot 40: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY GEORGE BARRIS
A black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by George Barris in 1962. The photograph is signed by Barris at lower right and stamped on verso “© George Barris/ Marilyn Monroe/ Weston Editions LTD./ All Rights Reserved.” 1987 marked the 25th anniversary of this photoshoot with Monroe.
unsold
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Lot 41: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY GEORGE BARRIS
A black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by George Barris in 1962. The photograph is signed by Barris at lower left and stamped on verso “© George Barris/ Marilyn Monroe/ Weston Editions LTD./ All Rights Reserved.” 1987 marked the 25th anniversary of this photoshoot with Monroe.
Winning bid: $437.50
2017-08-13-iconic_image_Marilyn-juliens-lot41 


Lot 42: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY GEORGE BARRIS
A black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by George Barris in 1962. The photograph is signed by Barris at lower left and stamped on verso “© George Barris/ Marilyn Monroe/ Weston Editions LTD./ All Rights Reserved.” 1987 marked the 25th anniversary of this photoshoot with Monroe.
Winning bid: $593.75
2017-08-13-iconic_image_Marilyn-juliens-lot42    


Lot 43: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY GEORGE BARRIS
A black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by George Barris in 1962. The photograph is signed by Barris at lower left and stamped on verso “© George Barris/ Marilyn Monroe/ Weston Editions LTD./ All Rights Reserved.” 1987 marked the 25th anniversary of this photoshoot with Monroe.
Winning bid: $406.25 
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Lot 44: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY GEORGE BARRIS 
A color photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by George Barris in 1962. The photograph is signed by Barris at lower right and stamped on verso “© George Barris/ Marilyn Monroe/ Weston Editions LTD./ All Rights Reserved.” 1987 marked the 25th anniversary of this photoshoot with Monroe.
Winning bid: $687.50
2017-08-13-iconic_image_Marilyn-juliens-lot44  


Lot 45: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY GEORGE BARRIS 
A color photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by George Barris in 1962. The photograph is signed by Barris at lower right and stamped on verso “© George Barris/ Marilyn Monroe/ Weston Editions LTD./ All Rights Reserved.” 1987 marked the 25th anniversary of this photoshoot with Monroe.
Unsold
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Lot 46: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY GEORGE BARRIS 
A black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by George Barris in 1962. The photograph is signed by Barris at lower left and stamped on verso “© George Barris/ Marilyn Monroe/ Weston Editions LTD./ All Rights Reserved.” 1987 marked the 25th anniversary of this photoshoot with Monroe.
Unsold
2017-08-13-iconic_image_Marilyn-juliens-lot46 


Lot 47: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY GEORGE BARRIS 
A color photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by George Barris in 1962. The photograph is signed by Barris at lower right and stamped on verso “© George Barris/ Marilyn Monroe/ Weston Editions LTD./ All Rights Reserved.” 1987 marked the 25th anniversary of this photoshoot with Monroe.
Winning bid: $ 406.25
2017-08-13-iconic_image_Marilyn-juliens-lot47 


Lot 48: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY GEORGE BARRIS 
A black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by George Barris in 1962. The photograph is signed by Barris at lower right and stamped on verso “© George Barris/ Marilyn Monroe/ Weston Editions LTD./ All Rights Reserved.” 1987 marked the 25th anniversary of this photoshoot with Monroe.
Unsold
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Lot 49: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY GEORGE BARRIS 
A black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by George Barris in 1962. The photograph is signed by Barris at lower right and stamped on verso “© George Barris/ Marilyn Monroe/ Weston Editions LTD./ All Rights Reserved.” 1987 marked the 25th anniversary of this photoshoot with Monroe.
Winning bid: $ 531.25
2017-08-13-iconic_image_Marilyn-juliens-lot49 


Lot 50: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY GEORGE BARRIS  
A black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by George Barris in 1962. The photograph is signed by Barris at lower right and stamped on verso “© George Barris/ Marilyn Monroe/ Weston Editions LTD./ All Rights Reserved.” 1987 marked the 25th anniversary of this photoshoot with Monroe.
Winning bid: $ 406.25
2017-08-13-iconic_image_Marilyn-juliens-lot50 


Lot 51: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY GEORGE BARRIS  
A black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by George Barris in 1962. The photograph is signed by Barris at lower right and stamped on verso “© George Barris/ Marilyn Monroe/ Weston Editions LTD./ All Rights Reserved.” 1987 marked the 25th anniversary of this photoshoot with Monroe.
unsold
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Lot 52: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY GEORGE BARRIS  
A color photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by George Barris in 1962. The photograph is signed by Barris at lower right and stamped on verso “© George Barris/ Marilyn Monroe/ Weston Editions LTD./ All Rights Reserved.” 1987 marked the 25th anniversary of this photoshoot with Monroe.
unsold
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Lot 53: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY GEORGE BARRIS  
A black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by George Barris in 1962. The photograph is signed by Barris at lower right and stamped on verso “© George Barris/ Marilyn Monroe/ Weston Editions LTD./ All Rights Reserved.” 1987 marked the 25th anniversary of this photoshoot with Monroe.
Winning bid: $625
2017-08-13-iconic_image_Marilyn-juliens-lot53 


Lot 54: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY GEORGE BARRIS  
A black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by George Barris in 1962. The photograph is signed by Barris at lower right and stamped on verso “© George Barris/ Marilyn Monroe/ Weston Editions LTD./ All Rights Reserved.” 1987 marked the 25th anniversary of this photoshoot with Monroe.
Winning bid: $593.75
2017-08-13-iconic_image_Marilyn-juliens-lot54 


Lot 55: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY GEORGE BARRIS
A black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by George Barris in 1962. The photograph is signed by Barris at lower right and stamped on verso “© George Barris/ Marilyn Monroe/ Weston Editions LTD./ All Rights Reserved.” 1987 marked the 25th anniversary of this photoshoot with Monroe.
Winning bid: $406.25
2017-08-13-iconic_image_Marilyn-juliens-lot55  


Photographies diverses
Halsman, De Dienes, Bernard


Lot 56: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY PHILIPPE HALSMAN
A black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Philippe Halsman in 1952 and printed by Halsman's estate as part of a limited edition in 1981. Halsman/Marilyn copyright credit stamp on verso with edition number 181/250. The photograph appeared on the April 7, 1952, cover of LIFE magazine.
Winning bid: $1,875
2017-08-13-iconic_image_Marilyn-juliens-lot56 


Lot 57: MARILYN MONROE "THE TRUE MARILYN"  
A black and white photograph collage of Marilyn Monroe composed of images taken by Philippe Halsman in 1954. The collage was printed by Halsman's estate as part of a limited edition in 1981 and titled “The True Marilyn.” Halsman/Marilyn copyright credit stamp on verso with edition number 173/250.
unsold
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Lot 58: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY PHILIPPE HALSMAN  
A black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Philippe Halsman in 1952. The image, which shows Monroe lifting barbells, was printed by Halsman's estate as part of a limited edition in 1981. Halsman/Marilyn copyright credit stamp on verso with edition number 184/250.
Winning bid: $500
2017-08-13-iconic_image_Marilyn-juliens-lot58  


Lot 59: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY ANDRE de DIENES
A vintage black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Andre de Dienes in 1945. Photographer's stamp on verso.
unsold
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Lot 60: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY ANDRE de DIENES  
A vintage black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Andre de Dienes in 1949. Photographer's stamp on verso. The photograph was hand printed and stamped by de Dienes.
Winning bid: $812.50
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Lot 61: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY ANDRE de DIENES
A black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Andre de Dienes in 1945. Numerous stamps on verso including the artist's stamp and a stamp for the Shirley de Dienes Collection copyrighted 1992.
unsold
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Lot 62: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY ELI ATTAR
A black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Eli Attar, circa 1960. Photographer's stamp on verso with additional handwritten notations.
Winning bid: $375
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Lot 63: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY ANDRE de DIENES  
A vintage black and white double-exposure photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Andre de Dienes in 1949. Photographer's stamp on verso. The photograph was hand printed and stamped by de Dienes.
Winning bid: $625
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Lot 64: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY BRUNO BERNARD
A limited edition color photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Bruno Bernard in 1948 at the Palm Springs Rocket Club. While at the club Monroe met Johnny Hyde, who was instrumental in getting Monroe her first studio contract.
Estate signed and numbered 15/50.
Winning bid: $2,375
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Lot 65: MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH BY BRUNO BERNARD
A limited edition black and white photograph of Marilyn Monroe taken by Bruno Bernard, circa 1952.
Estate signed and numbered 31/90.
Winning bid: $1,250
2017-08-13-iconic_image_Marilyn-juliens-lot65a  


Documents papiers


Lot 66: MARILYN MONROE CHECK TO MICHAEL & XENIA CHEKHOV
A counter check fully completed and signed by Marilyn Monroe.  The check is dated February 16, 1952 written to Mr. Mrs. Checkhov [sic] in the amount of $15.00.  Michael Chekhov was Monroe’s acting coach in the early 1950s.
Winning bid: $4,687.50
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Lot 67: MARILYN MONROE SIGNED CHECK, 1960
A Marilyn Monroe signed Marilyn Monroe Productions Inc. check dated May 14, 1960. The typed check is written to the Moss Typewriter Company in the amount of $41.60 with a memo that the check was for the rental of a portable typewriter.  
Winning bid: $2,812.50
2017-08-13-iconic_image_Marilyn-juliens-lot67 


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05 février 2018

Marilyn Through The Lens - 03/2017 - Julien's I

Photographies
(diverses)


Lot 1: MARILYN MONROE AT NIAGARA PARTY, BRUNO BERNARD
Winning bid: $1,875

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Lot 2: MARILYN MONROE AT NIAGARA PARTY, BRUNO BERNARD
Winning bid: $1,875

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Lot 3: MARILYN MONROE AT NIAGARA FALLS, BRUNO BERNARD
Winning bid: $3,750

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Lot 4: MARILYN MONROE WITH FLOWERS, ANDRE DE DIENES
Winning bid: $1,250

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Lot 5: MARILYN ON SET OF THE MISFITS, BRUCE DAVIDSON
Winning bid: $1,000

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 Lot 6: MARILYN ON SET OF LET'S MAKE LOVE, NAT DALLINGER
Winning bid: $1,250

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Lot 7: MARILYN ON SET OF LET'S MAKE LOVE, NAT DALLINGER
unsold

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Lot 8: MARILYN IN GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES, JOHN FLOREA
Winning bid: $ 562.50

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Lot 9: MARILYN READING BOOK, EVE ARNOLD
Winning bid: $ 625

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Lot 10: MARILYN MONROE & JACK LEMON IN SOME LIKE IT HOT
Winning bid: $ 1,500

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Lot 11: MARILYN MONROE AND ARTHUR MILLER, JOHN BRYSON
Unsold

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Lot 12: MARILYN MONROE HOLDING CAMERA, JOSEPH JASGUR
Winning bid: $ 375

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Lot 13: MARILYN MONROE AT ZUMA BEACH, JOSEPH JASGUR
Winning bid: $ 375.75

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Lot 14: MARILYN MONROE AT ZUMA BEACH, JOSEPH JASGUR
Winning bid: $ 625

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Lot 15: MARILYN MONROE AT ZUMA BEACH, JOSEPH JASGUR
Winning bid: $ 531.25

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  Lot 16: MARILYN MONROE AT ZUMA BEACH (2), JOSEPH JASGUR
Winning bid: $ 750

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 Lot 17: MARILYN ON HOLLYWOOD ROOF (3), JOSEPH JASGUR
Winning bid: $ 812.50

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 Lot 58: MARILYN MONROE PUBLICITY PHOTOGRAPH
Winning bid: $ 1,250

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Lot 59: MARILYN MONROE PUBLICITY PHOTOGRAPH, NICK DE MORGOLI
Winning bid: $ 437.50
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Lot 60: MARILYN MONROE PUBLICITY PHOTOGRAPH, ED CLARK
Winning bid: $ 1,187.50
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Lot 61: MARILYN MONROE PUBLICITY PHOTOGRAPH, ERNEST BACHRACH
Winning bid: $ 812.50
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Lot 62: MARILYN MONROE PUBLICITY PHOTOGRAPH, BERT REISFELD
Winning bid: $ 812.50
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Lot 63: MARILYN MONROE PUBLICITY PHOTOGRAPH, EARL THEISEN
Winning bid: $ 625
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Lot 64: MARILYN SUPPORTING 'STOP ARTHRITIS', MILTON GREENE
Winning bid: $ 812.50
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Lot 65: MARILYN PHOTOS ON RIVERBANK, MILTON GREENE
unsold
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Lot 66: MARILYN SUPPORTING 'STOP ARTHRITIS', MILTON GREENE
Winning bid: $ 2,000

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Lot 67: MARILYN MONROE (BLACK RAINCOAT), MILTON GREENE
Winning bid: $ 750

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Lot 68: MARILYN WITH A TIGER, RICHARD AVEDON
Winning bid: $ 937,50 

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  Lot 69: MARILYN ON ARMY TANK IN KOREA, ROBERT H. MCKINLEY
unsold

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Lot 70: MARILYN MONROE PUBLICITY PHOTOGRAPH
Winning bid: $ 437,50 

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  Lot 71: MARILYN MONROE KOREA IMAGES WITH COPYRIGHT
Winning bid: $ 1,000

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