21 septembre 2008

9/03/1954 Marilyn reçoit le prix Photoplay

Le 9 mars 1954, Marilyn Monroe reçoit le "Photoplay Magazine Award" ("Le prix du magazine Photoplay") de "The Most Popular Actress of 1953" ("La meilleure actrice populaire de l'année 1953") pour ses rôles dans «Les Hommes préfèrent les blondes» et «Comment épouser un millionaire ?» des mains de Fred Sammis. La remise de prix a lieu dans une salle du Beverly Hills Hotel à Los Angeles.
In March 9, 1954, Marilyn Monroe receives the "Photoplay Magazine Award" of "The Most Popular Actress of 1953" for her parts in "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes " and" How to marry a millionaire? " from Fred Sammis. The awards ceremony takes place in a room at the Beverly Hills Hotel, in Los Angeles.

> Fred Sammis remet le prix à Marilyn, accompagnée de Sidney Skolsky
Fred Sammis gives the award to Marilyn, accompanied by Sidney Skolsky
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> Fred Sammis, Marilyn, et Allan Ladd
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> Marilyn prend la pose au côté de l'acteur Alan Ladd
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 A la reception - To the party

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> de gauche à droite (from left to right):
Alan Ladd, Fred Sammis, Dick Powell et Marilyn
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> Fred Sammis et Marilyn
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> Sidney Skolsky et Marilyn
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> Photographie de Murray Garrett >>
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> encart publicitaire des lauréats
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> photographies collection Frieda Hull

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>> Vidéo 1: remise du prix et remerciements

>> Vidéo 2


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05 septembre 2008

09/02/1953, Beverly Hills Hotel - Marilyn reçoit le prix Photoplay

1952_photoplay_price_1Le 9 février 1953, Marilyn Monroe reçoit le prix "The New Star Award" ("Le prix de la nouvelle star") du magazine Photoplay de "Rapid Rise to Stardom in 1952" ("L'accès le plus rapide à la célébrité pour l'année 1952"). La remise de prix eut lieu dans une salle du Beverly Hills Hotel. C'est Fred Sammis qui lui remet le prix et Marilyn est arrivée avec deux heures de retard.
In February 9, 1953, Marilyn Monroe is awarded the "The New Star Award" by 'Photoplay' magazine of the "Rapid Rise to Stardom in 1952". The award ceremony tooks place in a room at the Beverly Hills Hotel. This is Fred Sammis who gives her the price.

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Son fiancé Joe DiMaggio ayant horreur des galas hollywoodiens, Marilyn était ainsi accompagnée de son ami journaliste Sidney Skolsky.
Her fiance Joe DiMaggio hates Hollywood Party, so Marilyn was accompanied by friend and journalist Sidney Skolsky.

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Pour cette réception, Marilyn Monroe porta la désormais célèbre robe en lamé doré, cousue sur elle, et conçue par Billy Travilla, le costumier styliste des studios de la Fox. Une robe créée pour le film Les Hommes préfèrent les Blondes, et dont la majorité de la scène sera finalement coupée au montage, et on pense en deviner la raison: lors de cette soirée de la remise du prix Photoplay, Marilyn va déclencher à nouveau un scandale dont l'origine n'est autre que sa tenue, jugée -encore une fois- vulgaire et provocante ! Dès son arrivée, l'acteur Jerry Lewis -l'un des maîtres de la cérémonie- a sauté sur une table en hurlant comme un loup.

For the reception party, Marilyn wears the now famous gold lamé dress, sewn on her, and designed by Billy Travilla, the costume designer of Fox studios. A dress created for the film Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, and from it the majority of the scene will be eventually edited out, and we think guess why: during the evening of the award Photoplay, Marilyn will trigger a new scandal whose origin is none other than her outfit, judged -again- vulgar! The launch of the anti-Marilyn campaign was led by actress Joan Crawford who was present at this event. Marilyn has stolen the limelight, Crawford attacked Marilyn by jealousy.

> Marilyn entourée de Dean Martin et Jerry Lewis
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Les journalistes commenteront dans la presse l'apparition de Marilyn et surtout sa tenue:

- Dès le lendemain, la chroniqueuse Florabel Muir écrit dans le Los Angeles Daily Mirror : "Avec une petite torsion de son derriere, Marilyn Monroe a volé la vedette... Les invités rassemblés ont éclaté sous des applaudissements féroces, [tandis que] deux autres stars de l'écran, Joan Crawford et Lana Turner, n'ont attiré qu'une attention occasionnelle. Après Marilyn, toutes les autres filles paraissaient bien ternee par contraste."

- La journaliste échotière Sheilah Graham dit de Marilyn, qu'elle “se tortilla, vêtue de la plus serrée des robes dorées moulantes. Tandis que tout le monde la regardait, la blonde se balançait sinueusement dans la longue pièce jusqu'à sa place sur l'estrade. Elle avait arrêté le spectacle à froid.

- Le journaliste Jim Bacon (de l'Associated Press), compare le fessier de Marilyn à "deux chiots se battant sous un drap de soie" (la formule restera célèbre dans les citations sur Marilyn).
- Quand à Joan Crawford, elle exprime son ressentiment à travers un article de son chroniqueur préféré, Bob Thomas, qui va la citer: "C'était comme un spectacle burlesque. Le public a crié et crié, et Jerry Lewis s'est levé sur la table et a sifflé. Mais ceux d'entre nous dans l'industrie ont juste frissonné. . . Le sexe joue un rôle extrêmement important dans la vie de chaque personne. Les gens s'y intéressent, en sont intrigués. Mais ils n'aiment pas le voir étalé sur leurs visages. . . La publicité est allée trop loin. Elle fait l'erreur de croire sa publicité. Quelqu'un devrait lui faire voir la lumière. Il faut lui dire que le public aime les personnalités féminines provocantes; mais il aime aussi savoir que sous tout cela, les actrices sont des dames."


The journalists will comment in the press the appearance of Marilyn and specially her outfit:

- The next day, the gossip columnist Florabel Muir writes in the Los Angeles Daily Mirror that "With one little twist of her derriere, Marilyn Monroe stole the show… The assembled guests broke into wild applause, [while] two other screen stars, Joan Crawford and Lana Turner, got only casual attention. After Marilyn every other girl appeared dull by contrast."

- The gossip columnist Sheilah Graham says of Marilyn that she “wriggled in, wearing the tightest of tight gold dresses. While everyone watched, the blonde swayed sinuously down the long room to her place on the dais. She had stopped the show cold.
- The reporter Jim Bacon (from the Associated Press) compares the buttocks of Marilyn like “two puppies fighting under a silk sheet.

- As for Joan Crawford, she expresses her resentment through an article by her favorite columnist, Bob Thomas, who will quote her: "It was like a burlesque show. The audience yelled and shouted, and Jerry Lewis got up on the table and whistled. But those of us in the industry just shuddered. . .Sex plays a tremendously important part in every person’s life. People are interested in it, intrigued with it. But they don’t like to see it flaunted in their faces. . . The publicity has gone too far. She is making the mistake of believing her publicity. Someone should make her see the light. She should be told that the public likes provocative feminine personalities; but it also likes to know that underneath it all, the actresses are ladies."


La réponse de Marilyn à Joan Crawford sera rapportée par un article de Louella Parsons:
"Bien que je ne connaisse pas très bien Mlle Crawford, elle était pour moi un symbole de gentillesse et de compréhension envers ceux qui ont besoin d’aide. Au début, tout ce à quoi je pouvais penser était pourquoi m'aurait-elle choisi pour lancer son venin ? C'est une grande star. Je ne fais que débuter. Et puis, après le premier choc, je me suis dit qu'elle avait dû parler à M. Thomas impulsivement, sans réfléchir."


Marilyn's response to Joan Crawford will be reported in an article by Louella Parsons:
"Although I don’t know Miss Crawford very well, she was a symbol to me of kindness and understanding to those who need help. At first, all I could think of was why should she select me to blast ? She is a great star. I’m just starting. And then, when the first hurt began to die down, I told myself she must have spoken to Mr. Thomas impulsively, without thinking."

 

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> Marilyn avec Dan Dailey
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>> Photo de Murray Garrett >> 
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>> Photo de Phil Stern >> 
Marilyn avec Bill Goetz

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 > encart publicitaire de 1953
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>>  captures 1 (remise du prix)
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       >>  captures 2 (répétitions) 
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>>  captures 3 (présentation du prix) 
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 >> Vidéo 1: remise du prix

>> Vidéo 2: reception du prix et tournage des remerciements
 


> dans la presse
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Article 1/
TIME Magazine article of February 23, 1953
Article 2/
Fitchburg Sentinel Massachusetts of March 2, 1953


Sources article
- en ligne: article "...the real fight between Crawford / Monroe..." sur Vanity Fair
- livre "Marilyn Monroe", l'encyclopédie, d'Adam Victor


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