21 février 2017

Hiver 1955 - Marilyn à New York -2

Marilyn Monroe en pull col roulé noir et manteau camel Dior,
 New York - 1955
Marilyn Monroe in a black turtleneck sweater and Dior's camel overcoat

1955-01-new_york-mm_in_camel-turtleneck-01-1 


- de la collection de James Collins, fan des Monroe Six
-from the personal collection of James Collins, one of the 'Monroe Six'

1955-01-new_york-mm_in_camel-turtleneck-collection_james_collins-1  1955-01-new_york-mm_in_camel-turtleneck-collection_james_collins-2 
Marilyn & Milton Greene


  - de la collection de Frieda Hull, une fan des Monroe Six
-from the personal collection of Frieda Hull, one of the 'Monroe Six'

1955-01-new_york-mm_in_camel-turtleneck-collection_frieda_hull-2-1 
1955-01-new_york-mm_in_camel-turtleneck-collection_frieda_hull-2-1a 1955-01-new_york-mm_in_camel-turtleneck-collection_frieda_hull-2-1b 
1955-01-new_york-mm_in_camel-turtleneck-collection_frieda_hull-2-1c 
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- de la collection de James Haspiel, fan
-from the personal collection of James Haspiel, fan 

1955-01-new_york-mm_in_camel-turtleneck-by_haspiel-1 


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28 janvier 2017

Hiver 1955 - Marilyn à New York

Marilyn Monroe en pull col roulé noir et manteau de fourrure,
Gladstone Hotel, New York - 1955
Marilyn Monroe in a black turtleneck sweater and fur coat

1955-new_york-mm_in_fur-tutleneck-by_james_haspiel-1-1 1955-new_york-mm_in_fur-tutleneck-by_james_haspiel-1-2 1955-new_york-mm_in_fur-tutleneck-by_james_haspiel-2-1 
- de la collection de James Haspiel, fan
-from the personal collection of James Haspiel, fan


1955-new_york-mm_in_fur-tutleneck-by_james_collins-1  1955-new_york-mm_in_fur-tutleneck-by_james_collins-2 
- de la collection de James Collins, un fan des Monroe Six
-from the personal collection of James Collins, one of the 'Monroe Six'


1955-new_york-mm_in_fur-tutleneck-collection_frieda_hull-1a  1955-new_york-mm_in_fur-tutleneck-collection_frieda_hull-1b 
1955-new_york-mm_in_fur-tutleneck-collection_frieda_hull-1c  1955-new_york-mm_in_fur-tutleneck-collection_frieda_hull-1d  1955-new_york-mm_in_fur-tutleneck-collection_frieda_hull-1 
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1955-01-new_york-mm_in_fur-tutleneck-collection_frieda_hull-4b  1955-01-new_york-mm_in_fur-tutleneck-collection_frieda_hull-4c 
1955-01-new_york-mm_in_fur-tutleneck-collection_frieda_hull-4d  1955-01-new_york-mm_in_fur-tutleneck-collection_frieda_hull-4e 
- de la collection de Frieda Hull, une fan des Monroe Six

-from the personal collection of Frieda Hull, one of the 'Monroe Six'


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08 mai 2016

été 1955 Marilyn à New York

Marilyn Monroe, été 1955, à New York
Marilyn Monroe, summer 1955, in New York

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- de la collection de James Collins, un fan des Monroe Six
-from the personal collection of James Collins, one of the 'Monroe Six'


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07 mai 2016

Entertainment & Music Memorabilia Signature Auction 02/2016 -2


Photographies


Lot 89009A Marilyn Monroe Signed Black and White Photograph, 1955.
An original print with a glossy finish, an enlarged snapshot depicting the star wearing a white evening gown and a white fur coat, signed in blue ballpoint ink in the lower right corner "To Jim / Love & Kisses / Marilyn Monroe;" from the personal collection of James Collins, one of the 'Monroe Six' -- the group of young kids who followed Marilyn around NYC so often that the star ended up knowing them all by name and allowing them special access to her (like letting them take countless pictures and giving them numerous autographs); included is a black and white photograph of Collins: an original print with a matte finish, depicting Collins as a teenager in 1955 standing at a typewriter that was set up outside of a shop on an NYC street, verso is stamped in part "Life Magazine / ...Photo by Michael Rouger / ... Apr 13 1955;" Collins remembers that this photograph of him actually ran in the magazine with a caption noting what he had just typed which was "Marilyn Monroe is a beautiful girl." (Please note the photograph of MM is heavily wrinkled on the lower margin and has a 1 1/2" tear in same area which somewhat affects her signature; the photograph of Collins is heavily wrinkled with two lower corners missing.)
10" x 8"  
More Information:
"Marilyn Monroe is a beautiful girl!" were the words I was typing when as a 17 year-old, this picture of me was shot by a photographer from LifeMagazine in 1955. The photo, which actually appeared in the magazine a couple of months later, launched my own collection of Marilyn Monroe photos taken overseveral years by me and fivefellow teenage fans who became known as "The Monroe 6." During Marilyn's time in New York, I and the others photographed herin various locations around the city. We would then run to the drugstore to get our snapshots developed in multiples so that all of us could have all the shots we had taken of her (thus the reason for the different shapes and sizes of the photos my collection). In the era before Google and GPS and TMZ and smartphones, we were alerted to Marilyn's appearancesand whereabouts by sources ranging fromVariety Magazinetoher Upper East Side hairdresser. Marilyn got to know the six of us well as we journeyed around the city with her and I remember her always being gracious and friendly. We wanted nothing from her except the opportunity to take her picture or to get her autograph - and often times she would sign on the very photographs we had just taken of her the day before. After Marilyn died, I put these photographs in a closet for many decades, though over the last few years, I have posted a few of them on the Internet for fans to see. I am now ready to let others have my original 1950s-era snapshots of the movie star I had the luck and pleasure to see many times up close and in the flesh - Miss Marilyn Monroe! And she did not disappoint - she was absolutely beautiful as all these photos clearly indicate. When you saw her in person, shewas THE movie star, no doubt about it!
James Collins
New York City, 2016  
lot89009-a  lot89009-b  lot89009-c 


Lot 89010A Marilyn Monroe Signed Black and White Photograph, Circa 1955.
An original print with a matte finish, an enlarged snapshot showing the smiling star, signed in blue fountain pen ink on the right side "Love & Kisses / Marilyn Monroe;" from the personal collection of James Collins, one of the 'Monroe Six' -- the group of young kids who followed Marilyn around NYC so often that the star ended up knowing them all by name and allowing them special access to her (like letting them take countless pictures and giving them numerous autographs); also included with an identical photograph but not signed. (Please note the ink is slightly faded but still legible and there are a number of creases throughout which somewhat detract from the image.)
7" x 5" 
lot89010-a lot89010-b 


Lot 89011A Marilyn Monroe Signed Black and White Photograph, 1955.
An original print with a matte finish, depicting an enlarged snapshot of the star standing next to her business partner, Milton Greene, as the two attend the New York City premiere of the James Dean film, "East of Eden," on March 9, 1955, signed in brown fountain pen ink on the lower left side "Love & / Kisses / Marilyn Monroe;" from the personal collection of James Collins, one of the 'Monroe Six' -- the group of young kids who followed Marilyn around NYC so often that the star ended up knowing them all by name and allowing them special access to her (like letting them take countless pictures and giving them numerous autographs). (Please note the ink is slightly faded but still legible and there are a number of creases throughout but they don't detract from the overall image.)
9 3/4" x 7 3/4" 
lot89011-a 


Lot 89012A Marilyn Monroe Signed Color Snapshot, 1955.
An original print with a glossy finish, depicting the star outside the Gladstone Hotel in NYC (where she briefly lived) wearing a black gown, black gloves, and a white fur coat, signed in blue fountain pen ink in the lower center "Marilyn Monroe," verso has stamp reading in part "This is a / Kodacolor Print / ...Week Ending Mar. 12, 1955;" from the personal collection of James Collins, one of the 'Monroe Six' -- the group of young kids who followed Marilyn around NYC so often that the star ended up knowing them all by name and allowing them special access to her (like letting them take countless pictures and giving them numerous autographs). (Please note the ink is noticeably smudged from the time when it was signed.)
3 1/2" x 3 1/2"  
lot89012-a  lot89012-b 


Lot 89013A Marilyn Monroe Signed Color Snapshot, 1955.
An original print with a glossy finish, depicting the star outside the Gladstone Hotel in NYC (where she briefly lived) wearing a black gown, black gloves, and a white fur coat, signed in blue fountain pen ink in the lower center "Marilyn Monroe," verso has stamp reading in part "This is a / Kodacolor Print / ...Week Ending Mar. 12, 1955;" from the personal collection of James Collins, one of the 'Monroe Six' -- the group of young kids who followed Marilyn around NYC so often that the star ended up knowing them all by name and allowing them special access to her (like letting them take countless pictures and giving them numerous autographs). (Please note the ink is somewhat smudged from the time when it was signed.)
3 1/2" x 3 1/2" 
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Lot 89014 -  
An original print with a glossy finish, depicting the star outside the Gladstone Hotel in NYC (where she briefly lived) wearing a black gown, black gloves, and a white fur coat, signed in blue fountain pen ink in the lower center right "Marilyn Monroe," verso has stamp reading in part "This is a / Kodacolor Print / ...Week Ending Mar. 12, 1955;" from the personal collection of James Collins, one of the 'Monroe Six' -- the group of young kids who followed Marilyn around NYC so often that the star ended up knowing them all by name and allowing them special access to her (like letting them take countless pictures and giving them numerous autographs). (Please note the ink is somewhat smudged from the time when it was signed.)
3 1/2" x 3 1/2" 
lot89014-a  lot89014-b 


Lot 89015 A Marilyn Monroe Signed Color Snapshot, 1955.
An original print with a glossy finish, depicting the star inside the Gladstone Hotel in NYC (where she briefly lived) wearing a black gown, black gloves, and a white fur coat (with two men seen in the background), signed almost illegibly in blue fountain pen ink in the upper right "Marilyn Monroe," verso has stamp reading in part "This is a / Kodacolor Print / ...Week Ending Mar. 12, 1955;" from the personal collection of James Collins, one of the 'Monroe Six' -- the group of young kids who followed Marilyn around NYC so often that the star ended up knowing them all by name and allowing them special access to her (like letting them take countless pictures and giving them numerous autographs). (Please note much of signature is invisible as the pen MM was using evidently ran out of ink.)
3 1/2" x 3 1/2" 
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Lot 89016 -  A Marilyn Monroe Group of Rare Black and White Snapshots, 1955.
Twenty-one total, all original prints with a glossy finish, depicting the star wearing a gold lamé gown, a black fur coat, and black gloves as she arrives with Milton Greene at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in NYC to attend a Friar's Club dinner on March 11, 1955 (which honored Jerry Lewis and Dean Martin), MM is seen either alone or among others (including Milton Berle), some snapshots are clear, others are out of focus, in three different sizes; though these images have been seen, these are the original snapshots developed and printed in 1955; from the personal collection of James Collins, one of the 'Monroe Six' -- the group of young kids who followed Marilyn around NYC so often that the star ended up knowing them all by name and allowing them special access to her (like letting them take countless pictures and giving them numerous autographs). (Please note there is black paper remnants on the back from when they were in a scrapbook.)
5" x 3 1/2"; 3" x 3"; 3 1/2" x 2 1/2"  
lot89016   


Lot 89017 -  A Marilyn Monroe Group of Rare Black and White Snapshots, Circa 1955-1956.
Twenty-seven total, all original prints with a glossy finish, three different sizes, each a candid shot depicting the star as she was out and about in NYC, sometimes in casual wear, other times in cocktail attire, many showing her surrounded by others (including business partner Milton Greene, photographer Sam Shaw, and super-fans Jimmy Collins and James Haspiel, to name a few); from the personal collection of James Collins, one of the 'Monroe Six' -- the group of young kids who followed Marilyn around NYC so often that the star ended up knowing them all by name and allowing them special access to her (like letting them take countless pictures and giving them numerous autographs). (Please note there is black paper remnants on the back from when they were in a scrapbook and some have slight wrinkles but overall, all are still in very good condition.)
3 1/2" x 5"; 3 1/2" x 3 1/2"; 2 1/2" x 3 1/2"  
lot89017  


Lot 89018 - A Marilyn Monroe Group of Rare Black and White Snapshots, 1955-1956.
Twenty-two total, all original prints with a glossy finish, four different sizes, all showing the star in evening wear on about five different occasions (judging from her different dresses), many depict others with MM such as Joe DiMaggio, business partners Milton and Amy Greene, and fans; from the personal collection of James Collins, one of the 'Monroe Six' -- the group of young kids who followed Marilyn around NYC so often that the star ended up knowing them all by name and allowing them special access to her (like letting them take countless pictures and giving them numerous autographs). (Please note there is black paper remnants on the back from when they were in a scrapbook and some are slightly wrinkled but overall, all are in very good condition.)
5" x 3 1/2"; 3 1/2" x 4 1/2"; 3 1/2" x 3 1/2"; 2 1/2" x 3 1/2" 
lot89018 


 Lot 89019 -  A Marilyn Monroe Group of Rare Black and White Snapshots, 1955-1957.
Twenty-two total, all original prints with a glossy finish (except one), four different sizes, all depicting the star at various public events she attended including seven showing her with then-husband, Arthur Miller; from the personal collection of James Collins, one of the 'Monroe Six' -- the group of young kids who followed Marilyn around NYC so often that the star ended up knowing them all by name and allowing them special access to her (like letting them take countless pictures and giving them numerous autographs). (Please note there is black paper remnants on the back from when they were in a scrapbook and some have evident wrinkling due to age.)
10" x 8" (one only); 5" x 3 1/2"; 3 1/2" x 3 1/2"; 3 1/2" x 2 1/4" 

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Lot 89020 -  A Marilyn Monroe Group of Rare Black and White Snapshots, 1955.
Twelve total, all original prints with a glossy finish, three different sizes (with four slightly trimmed from their original size), all depicting the star next to others (including her business partners, Milton and Amy Greene) as she wears a brocade evening gown and matching cape at the March 9, 1955 NYC premiere of the James Dean film, "East of Eden" ; from the personal collection of James Collins, one of the 'Monroe Six' -- the group of young kids who followed Marilyn around NYC so often that the star ended up knowing them all by name and allowing them special access to her (like letting them take countless pictures and giving them numerous autographs). (Please note there is black paper remnants on the back from when they were in a scrapbook.)
5" x 3 1/2"; 3" x 3"; 3 1/2" x 2 1/2" 
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Lot 89021A Marilyn Monroe Group of Rare Black and White Snapshots, 1955.
Ten total, all original prints with a glossy finish, all sequentially shot as Marilyn goes from a NYC street into a parking garage and then takes off in a car while wearing white pedal pushers, a polka-dotted shirt, white flats, and a white summer coat, five are stamped on the right side margin "Jun 55," super-fan James Haspiel appears in one (as do a few others); all originally housed in a mint green "Photo Book" from "Berkey / Photo Service;" from the personal collection of James Collins, one of the 'Monroe Six' -- the group of young kids who followed Marilyn around NYC so often that the star ended up knowing them all by name and allowing them special access to her (like letting them take countless pictures and giving them numerous autographs). (Please note one photo is severely creased across MM's face.)
3 1/2" x 3 1/2" 
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Lot 89022 A Marilyn Monroe Group of Rare Black and White Snapshots, 1955.
Seven total, all original prints with a glossy finish, each depicting the star wearing a lamé dress and a white fur coat as she sits in the lobby of The Hotel 14 in NYC while others surround her (including Milton Berle); from the personal collection of James Collins, one of the 'Monroe Six' -- the group of young kids who followed Marilyn around NYC so often that the star ended up knowing them all by name and allowing them special access to her (like letting them take countless pictures and giving them numerous autographs); Collins recalls that on this night he waited for MM and her group (which included her date, Milton Berle) to come out of the Copacabana night club which was located upstairs in the same building as The Hotel 14 at 14 East 60th Street in Manhattan -- his patience paid off when he was able to snap these great candid photos of the star as well as pose next to her in one (top row, center). (Please note there is black paper remnants on the back from when they were in a scrapbook.)
4 1/2" x 3 1/4" 
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Lot 89023A Marilyn Monroe Group of Rare Black and White Snapshots, 1955.
Eight total, two different sizes, all original prints with a glossy finish, depicting the star sitting in the lobby of the Gladstone Hotel (where she briefly lived) as she wears a black dress, black jacket, and black fishnet gloves, verso of all faintly stamped "Kodak / Velox / Paper;" from the personal collection of James Collins, one of the 'Monroe Six' -- the group of young kids who followed Marilyn around NYC so often that the star ended up knowing them all by name and allowing them special access to her (like letting them take countless pictures and giving them numerous autographs). (Please note there is black paper remnants on the back from when they were in a scrapbook.)
3 1/2" x 3 1/2" and 3 1/2" x 2 1/2" 
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Lot 89024A Marilyn Monroe Group of Rare Black and White Snapshots, 1955.
Eight total, all original prints with a glossy finish, three different sizes (two being trimmed from their original size), all depicting the star wearing a white cocktail dress and white fur as she and her date, Joe DiMaggio, attend the June 1, 1955 premiere of "The Seven Year Itch" (which was also MM's 29th birthday); most images are out of focus but still of interest as this is a now-historic event in film history; from the personal collection of James Collins, one of the 'Monroe Six' -- the group of young kids who followed Marilyn around NYC so often that the star ended up knowing them all by name and allowing them special access to her (like letting them take countless pictures and giving them numerous autographs). (Please note there is black paper remnants on the back from when they were in a scrapbook and the largest one has a 1" tear on the center right side.)
6 1/2" x 5"; 3 1/2" x 5"; 3 1/2" x 2 1/2" 
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Lot 89025A Marilyn Monroe Group of Rare Color Snapshots, Mid-1950s.
Thirty-eight total, all original prints with a glossy finish, seven different sizes, depicting the star at various times over a number of years, most are candid shots though many appear to have been taken by professional photographers due to their clarity, four have stamps on the verso reading in part "This is a / Kodacolor Print / ...Week Ending July 2, 1955;" from the personal collection of James Collins, one of the 'Monroe Six' -- the group of young kids who followed Marilyn around NYC so often that the star ended up knowing them all by name and allowing them special access to her (like letting them take countless pictures and giving them numerous autographs). (Please note there is black paper remnants on the back from when they were in a scrapbook and some are slightly wrinkled due to age.)
5" x 3 1/2" biggest; 2 3/4" x 1 3/4" smallest  
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Lot 89026A Marilyn Monroe Rare Black and White Snapshot, 1955.
An original print with a glossy finish, depicting the star wearing her famous 'white dress' with a fur coat thrown over her shoulders and a script in her hand as she leaves the St. Regis hotel in New York City, getting ready to promote a film (likely "The Seven Year Itch"); though this image has been seen, this is the original snapshot developed and printed in 1955; from the personal collection of James Collins, one of the 'Monroe Six' -- the group of young kids who followed Marilyn around NYC so often that the star ended up knowing them all by name and allowing them special access to her (like letting them take countless pictures and giving them numerous autographs). (Please note there is black paper remnants on the back from when this was in a scrapbook and there are slight creases on the surface seen in raking light only.)
3 1/2" x 3 1/2"  
lot89026-a  lot89026-b 


Film Footage


Lot 89027A Marilyn Monroe Never-Before-Seen Piece of Color Film Footage from Korea, 1954.
Shot on 8mm, approximately 1 minute and 21 seconds long, footage shows MM walking outside with a soldier escort (as she wears pants and a bomber jacket) while dozens of other soldiers surround her (to take her photograph), then it shows her getting into a car, then it (briefly) shows her performing on stage (as she wears the purple spaghetti-strapped sequined dress); shot by the current owner's father when he was stationed in Korea, he had close access to the star during the walking sequences, but was farther away when she was on stage; the original 1954 film was on three separate reels as the soldier shot tons of footage that didn't include MM (it's of the Korean people, the landscape, and fellow American soldiers) but it has now been spliced together and put on one modern-day plastic reel; the three 1954-era metal reels are still included as is a DVD transfer so the footage can be viewed.
Plastic Reel: 7"; Metal Reels: 5" 
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23 avril 2014

Juin 1956 Sutton Place

Début juin 1956 (entre le 12 et le 20), Arthur Miller et Marilyn Monroe sont vus quittant l'appartement de Sutton Place à New York, se rendant dîner chez les parents d'Arthur à Brooklyn.
Early June 1956 (between the 12 and the 20), Arthur Miller and Marilyn Monroe are seen leaving the Sutton Place apartment in New York, going to dinner at Arthur's parents in Brooklyn.

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- de la collection de James Collins, un fan des Monroe Six
-from the personal collection of James Collins, one of the 'Monroe Six'

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20 décembre 2013

1955 New York, Instantanés

Quelques instantanés de Marilyn Monroe pris à New York vers 1955
Some candids shot of Marilyn Monroe taken in New York City circa 1955


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> Marilyn avec John Reilly, un fan de la bande des "Monroe Six"
  Marilyn with John Reilly from the "Monroe Six" group of fans.

1955-candid-ny_john_reilly-monroe_six  1955-candid-rare-zelda 


> photographie de James Collins des Monroe Six
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> Marilyn avec -probablement- Susan Strasberg
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photographie collection Frieda Hull 
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 1955-collection_frieda_hull-246153_0 
photographies collection Frieda Hull 


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29 avril 2013

11/03/1955 Friars Club Testimonial Dinner

1955_03_11_friars_program_1Le 11 mars 1955, Marilyn Monroe participe au dîner annuel du Friars Club, organisé au Waldorf Astoria de New York. Jerry Lewis et Dean Martin sont les invités d'honneur (un prix leur sera remis); et Milton Berle officie en tant que maître de cérémonie. Parmi les autres invités, se trouvent Sammy Davis Jr. et Eddie Fisher (assis à côté de Marilyn).

On March 11, 1955, Marilyn Monroe participates at the annual dinner of Friars Club, at the Waldorf Astoria in New York. Jerry Lewis and Dean Martin are the honor guests (they were awarded) and Milton Berle is the master of ceremonies. Other famous guests are Sammy Davis Jr. and Eddie Fisher (sitting next to Marilyn).


> L'arrivée de Marilyn avec Milton H Greene
Marilyn arrival, with Milton H Greene
 
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1955_03_11_friars_010_2 lot1146-H3257-L78857179  lot1146-H3257-L78857189 
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1955_03_11_friars_013_1 1955_03_11_friars_013_1a 1955_03_11_friars_013_2 

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> snapshots
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> Snapshots
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- de la collection de James Cllins, un fan des Monroe Six
-from the personal collection of James Collins, one of the 'Monroe Six'


- Marilyn et James Hapiel
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1955-03-11-friars_club-by_haspiel-1 
1955-03-11-friars_club-collection_frieda_hull-3a   1955-03-11-friars_club-collection_frieda_hull-3 
1955-03-11-friars_club-collection_frieda_hull-3d 1955-03-11-friars_club-collection_frieda_hull-3c  1955-03-11-friars_club-collection_frieda_hull-4 
1955-03-11-friars_club-collection_frieda_hull-1 
1955-03-11-friars_club-collection_frieda_hull-1a 1955-03-11-friars_club-collection_frieda_hull-1b  1955-03-11-friars_club-collection_frieda_hull-5 
1955-03-11-friars_club-collection_frieda_hull-2 
1955-03-11-friars_club-collection_frieda_hull-2a 1955-03-11-friars_club-collection_frieda_hull-2b 1955-03-11-friars_club-collection_frieda_hull-2c 
- de la collection de Frieda Hull, une fan des Monroe Six

-from the personal collection of Frieda Hull, one of the 'Monroe Six'


> Pendant la cérémonie
During the ceremony
1955_03_11_friars_dinner_010_1 

-avec Milton Berle, Jerry Lewis et Dean Martin -> 
1955_03_11_friars_dinner_with_berle_1 1955_03_11_friars_dinner_with_berle_martin_lewis_1_2 

1955-roast-89 Pix with 01  1955-friars-with_milton_berle-Page no date etc 04 
1955_03_11_friars_dinner_with_berle_martin_lewis_1_1 1955_03_11_friars_dinner_with_berle_martin_lewis_1_3 1955_03_11_friars_dinner_with_berle_martin_lewis_1_4
1955_03_11_friars_dinner_with_berle_martin_lewis_1_5 1955_03_11_friars_dinner_with_berle_martin_lewis_1_6 1955_03_11_friars_dinner_with_berle_martin_lewis_1_7
1955_03_11_friars_dinner_with_berle_martin_lewis_2_1 1955_03_11_friars_dinner_with_berle_martin_lewis_2_2 1955_03_11_friars_dinner_with_berle_martin_lewis_3_1 
1955_03_11_friars_dinner_with_berle_martin_lewis_2_3 1955_03_11_friars_dinner_with_berle_martin_lewis_2_4 1955_03_11_friars_dinner_with_berle_martin_lewis_9

-avec Sammy Davis Jr. et Eddie Fisher -> 
1955_03_11_friars_dinner_with_sammy_davis_1 1955_03_11_friars_dinner_with_sammy_davis_3 1955_03_11_friars_dinner_with_sammy_davis_2a 
1955_03_11_friars_dinner_with_sammy_davis_eddie_fisher_1 1955_03_11_friars_dinner_with_sammy_davis_eddie_fisher_1a 1955_03_11_friars_dinner_with_sammy_davis_2 

1955-sammy 

-avec Milton Berle, photographies de Ed Feingersh ->
1955_03_11_friars_dinner_by_feingersh_010_1 1955_03_11_friars_dinner_by_feingersh_011_1 1955_03_11_friars_dinner_by_feingersh_025_1 
1955_03_11_friars_dinner_by_feingersh_023_1 1955_03_11_friars_dinner_by_feingersh_024_1 
1955_03_11_friars_dinner_by_feingersh_020_1 1955_03_11_friars_dinner_by_feingersh_021_1 1955_03_11_friars_dinner_by_feingersh_022_1 


> Sur scène, avec Milton Berle
On stage, with Milton Berle
1955_03_11_friars_stage_1 1955_03_11_friars_stage_with_milton_berle_1_2
1955_03_11_friars_stage_with_milton_berle_2_1 1955_03_11_friars_stage_with_milton_berle_3_1 1955_03_11_friars_stage_with_milton_berle_3_2


> Photographies de Milton H Greene
Photographer: Milton Greene

marilyn_monroe_NYC_001 marilyn_monroe_NYC_002 1955_03_11_friars_dinner_with_eddie_fisher_by_greene_1
marilyn_monroe_NYC_024 marilyn_monroe_NYC_025 
marilyn_monroe_NYC_009 
1955_03_11_friars_dinner_with_milton_berle_1  H3257_L44538789 
marilyn_monroe_NYC_005 marilyn_monroe_NYC_006 marilyn_monroe_NYC_003 
marilyn_monroe_NYC_004 marilyn_monroe_NYC_007 marilyn_monroe_NYC_008  

lot953-202941_0 


> captures
1955_03_11_friars_cap01_01 1955_03_11_friars_cap01_02 1955_03_11_friars_cap01_03
1955_03_11_friars_cap02_01 1955_03_11_friars_cap02_02 1955_03_11_friars_cap02_03
1955_03_11_friars_cap03_01 1955_03_11_friars_cap03_02 1955_03_11_friars_cap03_03
1955_03_11_friars_cap04_01 1955_03_11_friars_cap04_02 1955_03_11_friars_cap04_03
1955_03_11_friars_cap04_04 1955_03_11_friars_cap04_05 1955_03_11_friars_cap04_06 
1955_03_11_friars_cap04_07 1955_03_11_friars_cap04_08 1955_03_11_friars_cap04_09
1955_03_11_friars_cap04_10 1955_03_11_friars_cap04_11 1955_03_11_friars_cap04_12
1955_03_11_friars_cap04_13 1955_03_11_friars_cap04_14 1955_03_11_friars_cap04_15

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1955-friars-cap04 1955-friars-cap05 1955-friars-cap06
1955-friars-cap07 1955-friars-cap08 1955-friars-cap09


> video 1
 

> video 2 (à 5 min 15 sec)
 

> video 3 "I love you Jerry"
 


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22 avril 2013

24/03/1955 Cat On Hot Tin Roof

Le 24 mars 1955, Marilyn Monroe se prépare dans sa suite de l'Ambassador Hotel, à New York, enfilant une robe or lamé très moulante, se parfumant de Chanel n°5 et se repoudrant le visage, avant de se rendre, avec Milton Greene, au Morosco Theatre pour assister à la dernière pièce de théâtre de Tennessee William, "La chatte sur un toit brûlant", mise en scène par Elia Kazan, avec Barbara Bel Geddes dans le rôle de Maggie et Ben Gazzara dans celui de Brick (qui sera adapté au cinéma en 1958 par le réalisateur Richard Brooks avec Paul Newman et Elizabeth Taylor).

On March 24, 1955, Marilyn Monroe prepares herself in her suite at the Ambassador Hotel, New York, fitting in a skin-tight gold lame dress, perfuming Chanel No. 5 and makie-up her face, before going at the Morosco Theatre, with Milton Greene, for the new play of Tennessee William "Cat on a hot Tin Roof", directed by Elia Kazan, with Barbara Bel Geddes who plays the role of Maggie and Ben Gazzara who is Brick (which will be adapted to film in 1958 by director Richard Brooks with Paul Newman and Elizabeth Taylor).


> Dans sa suite de l'Ambassador Hotel
-photographies de Ed Feingersh -

In her suite at the Ambassador Hotel. 
-photographer: Ed Feingersh-
1955_03_24_ambassador_by_feingersh_010_2 1955_03_24_ambassador_by_feingersh_010_1
1955_03_24_ambassador_by_feingersh_012_1 1955_03_24_ambassador_by_feingersh_012_2 1955_03_24_ambassador_by_feingersh_011_1 
1955_03_24_ambassador_by_feingersh_013_1 1955_03_24_ambassador_by_feingersh_013_2 1955_03_24_ambassador_by_feingersh_014_1
1955_03_24_ambassador_by_feingersh_015_1 1955_03_24_ambassador_by_feingersh_015_2
1955_03_24_ambassador_by_feingersh_015_2a 1955_03_24_ambassador_by_feingersh_016_1 1955_03_24_ambassador_by_feingersh_020_1

> colorisations
1955_03_24_ambassador_by_feingersh_012_2c1 1955_03_24_ambassador_by_feingersh_012_2c2 1955_03_24_ambassador_by_feingersh_012_2c3 1955_03_24_ambassador_by_feingersh_012_2c4

> couvertures de magazines
ph_feing_mag_GQ_japan_1998 


> Dans le hall de l'Hotel 14 - NYC
in the lobby of
The Hotel 14 in NYC
- autres photos ->
1955_03_24_cat_on_hot_tin_roof_020_1 1955_03_24_cat_on_hot_tin_roof_020_2 1955_03_24_cat_on_hot_tin_roof_020_3 1955_03_24_cat_on_hot_tin_roof_021_1 

-photographies de Frieda Hull, une fan des 'Monroe Six' -
1955-03-24-cat_hot_tin_roof-collection_frieda_hull-246174_0 
1955-03-24-cat_hot_tin_roof-collection_frieda_hull-246174_0a 
1955-03-24-cat_hot_tin_roof-collection_frieda_hull-246174_0b 1955-03-24-cat_hot_tin_roof-collection_frieda_hull-246174_0c 1955-03-24-cat_hot_tin_roof-collection_frieda_hull-246174_0d 

-photographies de James Collins, un fan des 'Monroe Six' -
lot89022 

Collins recalls that on this night he waited for MM and her group (which included her date, Milton Berle) to come out of the Copacabana night club which was located upstairs in the same building as The Hotel 14 at 14 East 60th Street in Manhattan -- his patience paid off when he was able to snap these great candid photos of the star as well as pose next to her in one (top row, center).


 > Arrivée au Morosco Theater
Arrival at Morosco Theater
-photographies de Frank Mastro
->
1955_03_24_cat_on_hot_tin_roof_010_1_by_frank_mastro 1955_03_24_cat_on_hot_tin_roof_011_1 1955_03_24_cat_on_hot_tin_roof_011_1a 

-photographies de Ed Feingersh ->
1955_03_24_cat_on_hot_tin_roof_by_feingersh_011_1 1955_03_24_cat_on_hot_tin_roof_by_feingersh_012_1 
1955_03_24_cat_on_hot_tin_roof_by_feingersh_010_1 1955_03_24_cat_on_hot_tin_roof_by_feingersh_012_2 1955_03_24_cat_on_hot_tin_roof_by_feingersh_012_3

 > Dans le théâtre (avec Milton Greene)
In the theatre (with Milton Greene)
-photographies de Ed Feingersh ->
1955_03_24_cat_on_hot_tin_roof_by_feingersh_020_1 1955_03_24_cat_on_hot_tin_roof_by_feingersh_021_1 1955_03_24_cat_on_hot_tin_roof_by_feingersh_023_1 
1955_03_24_cat_on_hot_tin_roof_by_feingersh_022_1 1955_03_24_cat_on_hot_tin_roof_by_feingersh_030_1 
1955_03_24_cat_on_hot_tin_roof_by_feingersh_024_1 1955_03_24_cat_on_hot_tin_roof_by_feingersh_030_1a 1955_03_24_cat_on_hot_tin_roof_by_feingersh_040_1
1955_03_24_cat_on_hot_tin_roof_by_feingersh_031_1 1955_03_24_cat_on_hot_tin_roof_by_feingersh_031_2 1955_03_24_cat_on_hot_tin_roof_by_feingersh_031_3


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21 décembre 2012

9/09/1954 NY Conférence de Presse

Le 9 septembre 1954, Marilyn Monroe reçoit des journalistes pour une conférence de presse donnée au Saint Regis Hotel où elle loge durant son séjour à New York, pour les besoins du tournage de scènes en extérieures du film "The Seven year Itch" ("Sept ans de réflexion"). Sous des airs de cocktail, cette conférence de presse, organisée par Leonard Lyons, rédacteur en chef du 'New York Post', est d'ailleurs donnée en l'honneur de Marilyn afin de marquer le début du tournage dans la ville de New York. L'acteur Tom Ewell, partenaire de Marilyn dans le film, est présent; ainsi que l'actrice Ethel Merman (partenaire de Marilyn dans "There's no business like show business" - "La Joyeuse Parade") et le compositeur Irving Berlin. De nombreux journalistes assaillent Marilyn de questions, comme Earl Wilson. Les photographes Georges Barris et Sam Shaw mitraillent Marilyn avec leurs appareils.
Marilyn porte une paire de boucles d'oreilles pendantes noires.
On September 9, 1954, Marilyn Monroe meets the journalists for a press conference, organised by Leonard Lyons from the 'New York Post', to mark the beginning of the shooting of "The Seven Year Itch" in New York City. Tom Ewell, Ethel Merman, Irving Berlin and Earl Wilson are presents. The photographers are Georges Barris and Sam Shaw.

> photographies de George Barris
mmJuliensAuction_2008_june_barris_lot381_04 mmJuliensAuction_2008_june_barris_lot381_01 1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_autograph_1
mmJuliensAuction_2008_june_barris_lot381_02 1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_autograph_3 mmJuliensAuction_2008_june_barris_lot381_03 mmJuliensAuction_2008_june_barris_lot381_11
mmJuliensAuction_2008_june_barris_lot381_06 mmJuliensAuction_2008_june_barris_lot381_08 1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_press_conf_with_earl_wilson_by_barris_1 mmJuliensAuction_2008_june_barris_lot381_19
mmJuliensAuction_2008_june_barris_lot381_05 mmJuliensAuction_2008_june_barris_lot381_12 mmJuliensAuction_2008_june_barris_lot381_18
mmJuliensAuction_2008_june_barris_lot381_07 mmJuliensAuction_2008_june_barris_lot381_09 mmJuliensAuction_2008_june_barris_lot381_13
mmJuliensAuction_2008_june_barris_lot381_20 mmJuliensAuction_2008_june_barris_lot381_15 mmJuliensAuction_2008_june_barris_lot381_16 mmJuliensAuction_2008_june_barris_lot381_17
mmJuliensAuction_2008_june_barris_lot381_14 mmJuliensAuction_2008_june_barris_lot381_10 mmJuliensAuction_2008_june_barris_lot381_22
mmJuliensAuction_2008_june_barris_lot381_21 mmJuliensAuction_2008_june_barris_lot381_23 mmJuliensAuction_2008_june_barris_lot381_24

> photographies de Sam Shaw
1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_mirror_by_shaw_1
1954-moviesecrets2555 1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_mirror_by_shaw_2
1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_press_conf_with_earl_wilson_tom_ewell_by_shaw_1 1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_press_conf_with_earl_wilson_tom_ewell_by_shaw_2 1955_fmf_Sam_Shaw__1954_b

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> Conférence / Cocktail au Saint Regis
1954_mm  

1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_hall_010_1 1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_hall_011_1 1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_hall_020_1 1954_09_08_press_party_07 

> Marilyn avec Samuel Hoffman
1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_press_conf_with_samuel_hoffman_1 

> Marilyn avec Irving Berlin 
1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_press_conf_with_irving_berlin_3
1954_09_09_saint_regis_hotel_5 
1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_press_conf_with_irving_berlin_1 1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_press_conf_with_irving_berlin_2 

> Marilyn avec Tom Ewell 
1954_09_08_press_party_03 1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_press_conf_with_tom_ewell_1
1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_press_conf_with_tom_ewell_2 

> Marilyn avec Leonard Lyons
1954_09_08_press_party_04_with_leonard_lyons

> Marilyn avec Earl Wilson et Ethel Merman
1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_press_conf_with_earl_wilson_ethel_merman_1

> Marilyn avec Earl Wilson et Irving Berlin 
1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_press_conf_with_earl_wilson_irving_berlin_1

> Marilyn avec Earl Wilson
1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_press_conf_with_earl_wilson_1 1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_press_conf_with_earl_wilson_2
1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_press_conf_with_earl_wilson_2a 1954-ny-with_earl_wilson-83B 1956 02 56 Movie World d mmJuliensAuction_2008_june_barris_lot381_19 
1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_press_conf_with_earl_wilson_tom_ewell_by_shaw_1 1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_press_conf_with_earl_wilson_3 1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_press_conf_with_earl_wilson_tom_ewell_by_shaw_2   

> Marilyn et d'autres journalistes
 1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_press_conf_010_1 1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_press_conf_020_1 1954_09_09_saint_regis_hotel_2
1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_press_conf_030_1  

 > Dans sa chambre d'hôtel
1954_09_09_ny_saint_regis_hotel_010_1 
1954-moviesecrets2556 1954-ny-83B 1956 02 56 Movie World ea 1954-moviesecrets2556a

> Déjeuner à "La Petite Cuvée" avec Milton Greene
1954_09_09_ny_dinner_with_milton_1  1954-greene


Marilyn change de boucles d'oreilles, pour porter des longues boucles pendantes blanches et scintillantes.
Elle donne une interview au journaliste Ed Wallace dans sa suite du Saint Regis.
She gives an interview to Ed Wallace at her Saint Regis Hotel Suite.

> interview avec Ed Wallace 
1954_09_10_hotel_room_interview_012_with_ed_wallace_1   
1954_09_10_hotel_room_interview_011_1 1954_09_10_hotel_room_interview_011_2   

 > photographies de Phil Stanziola
1954_09_10_hotel_room_interview_010_by_Phil_Stanziola_1 1954_09_10_hotel_room_interview_010_by_Phil_Stanziola_2

    > photographies de Sam Shaw 
1954_09_10_hotel_room_interview_013_with_ed_wallace_by_shaw_1 1954_09_10_hotel_room_interview_013_with_ed_wallace_by_shaw_1a 1954_09_10_hotel_room_interview_020_by_shaw_1
  1954_09_10_hotel_room_interview_033 1954_09_10_hotel_room_interview_032 
1954_09_10_hotel_room_interview_031 1954_09_10_hotel_room_interview_030 1954_09_10_hotel_room_interview_040 
1954_09_10_hotel_room_interview_contact_1  
1954_09_10_hotel_room_interview_contact_2

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Marilyn va prendre ensuite un verre au restaurant Billy Reed's en compagnie de Leonard Lyons, l'acteur David Wayne, Milton Greene, le dramaturge Sidney Kingsley et le restaurateur Billy Reed.
She has a drink to Billy Reed's with Leonard Lyons, David Wayne, Milton Greene, Sidney Kingsley and Billy Reed.

1954_09_10_ny_billy_reeds_david_wayne_MM_leonard_lyons_1 

> photographies de Sam Shaw
1954_09_10_ny_billy_reeds_david_wayne_MM_milton_billy_reed_leonard_lyons_by_shaw_1  
1954_09_10_ny_billy_reeds_david_wayne_MM_milton_billy_reed_leonard_lyons_by_shaw_1a  

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Puis Marilyn se rend au Saint James Theater, pour assister à la pièce 'The Pajama Game', où elle se rend après dans les coulisses des loges pour rencontrer les acteurs -dont Carol Haynes.
She goes after to the Saint James Theater to see the play "The Pajama Games", where she meets the comedians (like Carol Haynes) in the backstage.

> Dans la salle du St James Theater  
photographies de Sam Shaw
1954_09_10_St_James_Theater_the_pajama_game_1 1954_09_10_St_James_Theater_the_pajama_game_2_by_shaw_1
1954_09_10_St_James_Theater_the_pajama_game_1a  

> Dans les loges du St James Theater  
photographies de Sam Shaw 
1954_09_10_St_James_Theater_the_pajama_game_backstage_1 1954_09_10_St_James_Theater_the_pajama_game_backstage_2 1954_09_10_St_James_Theater_the_pajama_game_backstage_7a 
1954_09_10_St_James_Theater_the_pajama_game_backstage_5_by_shaw_1 1954_09_10_St_James_Theater_the_pajama_game_backstage_6_by_shaw 1954_by_shaw_Marilyn2
1954_09_10_St_James_Theater_the_pajama_game_backstage_7 1954_09_10_St_James_Theater_the_pajama_game_backstage_3
1954_09_10_St_James_Theater_the_pajama_game_backstage_4_by_shaw_1 1954_09_10_St_James_Theater_the_pajama_game_backstage_4_by_shaw_1a 

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Enfin, Marilyn enfile sa veste en fourrure pour terminer sa soirée au Club 21 avec Milton Greene, qui va la photographier à table.
She goes finally to the Club 21, with Milton Greene who takes photos of her.

> En voiture (par James Collins des Monroe Six)
1954_09_10_ny_club21_car_010_1 1954_09_10_ny_club21_car_020_1 
lot89018l  lot89018h 
1954_09_10_ny_club21_car_040_1 lot89025f  1954_09_10_ny_club21_car_021_1  
1954_09_10_ny_club21_car_041_1  lot89018j 1954_09_10_ny_club21_car_042_1 
1954-6d8a962ce3971aba8877fea8ba6715db 

> En voiture (collection Frieda Hull)
1954-09-09-ny-saint_regis_hotel-collection_frieda_hull-1 
1954-09-09-ny-saint_regis_hotel-collection_frieda_hull-2 
1954-09-09-ny-saint_regis_hotel-collection_frieda_hull-1a 1954-09-09-ny-saint_regis_hotel-collection_frieda_hull-2b 1954-09-09-ny-saint_regis_hotel-collection_frieda_hull-1b 
1954-09-09-ny-saint_regis_hotel-collection_frieda_hull-1c  1954-09-09-candid-collection_frieda_hull-246179_0a 

> Au Club 21
1954_09_10_ny_club21_fur_piano_1 1954_09_10_ny_club21_fur_piano_1a 1954_09_10_ny_club21_fur_piano_2
1954_09_10_ny_club21_table_01  

> photographies de Sam Shaw
1954_09_10_ny_club21_table_by_shaw_1 1954_09_10_ny_club21_fur_with_bob_kriendler_showing_trophies_by_shaw_1
1954_09_10_ny_club21_bar_01 1954_09_10_ny_club21_bar_04_by_shaw_1 1954_09_10_ny_club21_bar_02_by_shaw_1

1954-09-09-by_shaw-3 1954-09-09-by_shaw-4 1954-09-09-by_shaw-5
1954-09-09-by_shaw  1954-09-09-by_shaw-2

> photographies de Milton Greene
1954_09_10_ny_club21_fur_by_greene_1   
1954_09_10_ny_club21_table_by_greene_1
marilyn_monroe_CA_136 marilyn_monroe_CA_137
marilyn_monroe_CA_125 marilyn_monroe_CA_132 marilyn_monroe_CA_126
marilyn_monroe_CA_123 marilyn_monroe_CA_124 marilyn_monroe_CA_128 
marilyn_monroe_CA_129 marilyn_monroe_CA_130 marilyn_monroe_CA_131
marilyn_monroe_CA_133 marilyn_monroe_CA_134 marilyn_monroe_CA_135
 


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15/03/1956 Départ de NY et Arrivée à Phoenix

Le 15 mars 1956, c'est accompagnée de Milton Greene que Marilyn Monroe quitte New York en prenant l'avion où une foule de journalistes et de fans (comme James Haspiel et les Monroe Six) sont venus la saluer à l'aéroport. Elle se rend à Phoenix, dans l'Arizona, où l'attendent l'acteur Don Murray et le réalisateur Joshua Logan, pour les besoins du tournage du film Bus Stop (Arrêt d'Autobus).

> Devant son appartement de Sutton Place, NY
1956_03_15_ny_sutton_place_1 

- de la collection de James Collins, un fan des Monroe Six
-from the personal collection of James Collins, one of the 'Monroe Six'
lot89025j  


> A l'aéroport de New York
1956_03_15_ny_airport_010_1 1956_03_15_ny_airport_010_2 1956_03_15_ny_airport_010_3
1956_03_15_ny_airport_011_1  1956_27529
1956_03_15_ny_airport_012_1 1956-busstop 1956_03_15_ny_airport_012_3
1956_03_15_ny_airport_012_4 1956_03_15_ny_airport_020_1 1956_03_15_ny_airport_020_2_by_haspiel_1 


 > Montée dans l'avion à NY
(on distingue James Haspiel et les Monroe Six)
1956_03_15_ny_airport_021_1 
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1956_03_15_ny_airport_022_1 1956_03_15_ny_airport_022_2 1956_03_15_ny_airport_024_1
1956_03_15_ny_airport_030_1 1956_03_15_ny_airport_031_1 1956_03_15_ny_airport_031_2
1956_03_15_ny_airport_032_1
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1956_03_15_ny_airport_041_2 1956_03_15_ny_airport_041_3 14614136_1_x
1956_03_15_ny_airport_040_1 1956_03_15_ny_airport_041_1
1956_03_15_ny_airport_033_1
1956-Phoenix-Miss Monroe Meets 1a 1956-03-15-large_Marilyn-Monroe-MHG-MMO-AA-20-MMC-18 


1956-03-15-LA-collection_frieda_hull-246242_0a 1956-03-15-LA-collection_frieda_hull-246242_0b 1956-03-15-LA-collection_frieda_hull-246242_0c 
1956-03-15-LA-collection_frieda_hull-246242_0d 
1956-03-15-LA-collection_frieda_hull-246242_0e 1956-03-15-LA-collection_frieda_hull-246242_0f 1956-03-15-LA-collection_frieda_hull-246242_0g 
1956-03-15-LA-collection_frieda_hull-246242_0h 1956-03-15-LA-collection_frieda_hull-246242_0i 1956-03-15-autograph_to_frieda_love_and_kisses-1 
1956-03-15-LA-collection_frieda_hull-246242_0  
1956-03-15-LA-collection_frieda_hull-246243_0 
- de la collection de Frieda Hull, une fan des Monroe Six
-from the personal collection of Frieda Hull, one of the 'Monroe Six'


> Photos de Milton Greene - session "AA", American Airlines 
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marilyn_monroe_AA_63 marilyn_monroe_AA_60
marilyn_monroe_AA_23 marilyn_monroe_AA_22
marilyn_monroe_AA_20 marilyn_monroe_AA_21
marilyn_monroe_AA_41 marilyn_monroe_AA_40
marilyn_monroe_AA_39 marilyn_monroe_AA_42 marilyn_monroe_AA_43
marilyn_monroe_AA_64 marilyn_monroe_AA_65 marilyn_monroe_AA_19
marilyn_monroe_AA_56 marilyn_monroe_AA_57 marilyn_monroe_AA_58
marilyn_monroe_AA_66 marilyn_monroe_AA_67
marilyn_monroe_AA_26 marilyn_monroe_AA_25 marilyn_monroe_AA_47
marilyn_monroe_AA_38 marilyn_monroe_AA_45
marilyn_monroe_AA_24 marilyn_monroe_AA_44 marilyn_monroe_AA_49
marilyn_monroe_AA_46 marilyn_monroe_AA_48 marilyn_monroe_AA_27
marilyn_monroe_AA_04 marilyn_monroe_AA_05 marilyn_monroe_AA_06
marilyn_monroe_AA_07 marilyn_monroe_AA_08 marilyn_monroe_AA_09
marilyn_monroe_AA_10 marilyn_monroe_AA_11 marilyn_monroe_AA_01
marilyn_monroe_AA_02 marilyn_monroe_AA_03 marilyn_monroe_AA_12
marilyn_monroe_AA_13 marilyn_monroe_AA_14 marilyn_monroe_AA_15
marilyn_monroe_AA_16 marilyn_monroe_AA_17 marilyn_monroe_AA_18

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> Arrivée à Phoenix, accueillie par le maire
1956_03_15_phoenix_010_1 1956_03_15_phoenix_010_2 1956_03_15_phoenix_010_3 
1956_03_15_phoenix_012_1 1956_03_arriv_e_phoenix__2_ 1956_03_15_phoenix_012_2
1956_03_15_phoenix_011_1   

> Avec Don Murray / Joshua Logan
1956_03_15_phoenix_011_2
1956-phoenix-Page 1956 08 56 no source 1 1956_03_15_phoenix_013_1
 
lot1183-H3257-L78857610 1956-arizona film-bs-MHIw95_TJ2w
1956_03_15_phoenix_020_1 1956_03_15_phoenix_021_1 1956_03_15_phoenix_021_1a

 > captures (film de Milton Greene)
1956_marilyn_monroe_rare_color_home_movies_01 1956_marilyn_monroe_rare_color_home_movies_03 1956_marilyn_monroe_rare_color_home_movies_05
1956_phoenix_cap01 1956_phoenix_cap02 1956_phoenix_cap03
1956_marilyn_monroe_rare_color_home_movies_09 1956_marilyn_monroe_rare_color_home_movies_10 1956_marilyn_monroe_rare_color_home_movies_11
1956_phoenix_cap04 1956_phoenix_cap05 1956_phoenix_cap06
1956_phoenix_cap07 1956_phoenix_cap08 1956_phoenix_cap09 
1956-greene_home_movie-arizona-cap-01 1956-greene_home_movie-arizona-cap-02 1956-greene_home_movie-arizona-cap-03 
1956-greene_home_movie-arizona-cap-04 1956-greene_home_movie-arizona-cap-05 1956-greene_home_movie-arizona-cap-06
1956-greene_home_movie-arizona-cap-08 1956-greene_home_movie-arizona-cap-09 1956-greene_home_movie-arizona-cap-10


> video 1 (film de Milton Greene)
 

> video 2 (films compilés de 1956 de Milton Greene)


> dans la presse
1956_03_15_ny_press_1 
1956-phoenix-Miss Monroe Meets 1b 
1956_LA_1 1956_LA_1a 


On 1956, March 15, Marilyn Monroe and Milton Greene leave New York by plane where journalists and fans (as James Haspiel) are presents at the airport. Marilyn goes to Phoenix, Arizona, where Don Murray and Joshua Logan meet her, for the shooting of the movie Bus Stop.

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