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03 décembre 2022

17/12/2022, HERITAGE "Hollywood & Entertainment Signature": Lots

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17 décembre 2022
- 29 lots avec Marilyn Monroe -

> 17/12/2022, HERITAGE "Hollywood & Entertainment Signature": Vente

Lot 89077: Marilyn Monroe in Los Angeles, 1945, by André de Dienes (3)
Vintage original gelatin silver matte and semi-gloss borderless double-weight 20" x 15- ½", 17-¾" x 16", and 19" x 16" prints of Marilyn Monroe in Los Angeles, 1945, by André de Dienes, with A. Diénes signature in ink on the recto of one, PHOTO / ANDRE DE DIENES / 1401 SUNSET PLAZA DRIVE / HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. 90069 blue and black rubber stamps and copyright stamps on the verso. Printed 1960s.
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Lot 89078: Marilyn Monroe in Los Angeles, 1945, by André de Dienes (2)
Vintage original gelatin silver semi-gloss and glossy borderless double-weight 13" x 11" and 13-½" x 10-¾" prints of Marilyn Monroe in Los Angeles, 1945, by André de Dienes, with PHOTO / ANDRE DE DIENES / 1401 SUNSET PLAZA DRIVE / HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. 90069 black rubber stamps on the verso of each and PHOTO / ANDRE DIENES on the verso of one. Printed 1960s.
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Lot 89079: Marilyn Monroe at Mt. Hood, Oregon, 1945, by André de Dienes (2)
Vintage original gelatin silver glossy borderless double-weight 13" x 10-½" and 10-½" x 13-½" prints of Marilyn Monroe at Mt. Hood, Oregon, 1945, by André de Dienes, with PHOTO / ANDRE DE DIENES / 1401 SUNSET PLAZA DRIVE / HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. 90069 black rubber stamp and PHOTO / ANDRE DIENES on the verso of each. Printed 1960s.
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Lot 89080: Marilyn Monroe at Malibu Beach, 1946 and Tobey Beach, 1949 by André de Dienes (3)
Vintage original gelatin silver semi-gloss borderless double-weight 9-½" x 12-3/16", 13-½" x 10-14/16", and 13" x 9-½" prints of Marilyn Monroe at Malibu Beach, 1949, by André de Dienes, with PHOTO / ANDRE DE DIENES / 1401 SUNSET PLAZA DRIVE / HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. 90069 /TELEPHONE 652-6737 black rubber stamp and dedication by Shirley de Dienes in black ink (1) on the verso. Printed 1960s.
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Lot 89081: Marilyn Monroe at Tobey Beach, 1949, by André de Dienes (2)
Vintage original gelatin silver glossy and semi-gloss borderless double-weight 13-½" x 10-¾" and 13-¼" x 10-½" prints of Marilyn Monroe at Tobey Beach, 1949, by André de Dienes, with PHOTO / ANDRE DE DIENES / 1401 SUNSET PLAZA DRIVE / HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. 90069 and ANDRE / Dienes / 1401 SUNSET PLAZA DRIVE / HOLLYWOOD CALIFORNIA 90069 / 652-1727 black rubber stamps on the verso. Printed 1960s.
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Lot 89082: Marilyn Monroe at Malibu Beach, 1949, by Andre de Dienes (1)
Vintage original gelatin silver semi-gloss double-weight 10" x 8" print of Marilyn Monroe posing on driftwood, at Malibu Beach, 1949, by Andre de Dienes, with red and black rubber stamps and Kim Goodwin collection stamp on the verso. Printed 1960s.
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Lot 89083: Marilyn Monroe at Malibu Beach, 1945, by André de Dienes (2)
Vintage original gelatin silver glossy borderless double-weight 13-¾" x 10- ¼" and 12-¼" x 10" prints of Marilyn Monroe at Malibu Beach, 1945, by André de Dienes, with PHOTO / ANDRE DE DIENES / 1401 SUNSET PLAZA DRIVE / HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. 90069 and PHOTO / ANDRE DIENES black and red rubber stamps on the verso. Printed 1960s.
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Lot 89084: Marilyn Monroe at Tobey Beach, 1949, by André de Dienes (3)
Vintage original gelatin silver glossy borderless double-weight 13-¾" x 10-¾", 11-¼" x 8-¾", and 13-½" x 10-14/16" prints of Marilyn Monroe at Tobey Beach, 1949, by André de Dienes, with PHOTO / ANDRE DE DIENES / 1401 SUNSET PLAZA DRIVE / HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. 90069 black rubber stamp on the verso of each. Printed 1960s.
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Lot 89085: Marilyn Monroe at Her Bungalow at the Bel Air Hotel, 1953 by André de Dienes (2)
Vintage original gelatin silver glossy borderless double-weight 13-½" x 10-¾" and 13- ¾ x 11" prints of Marilyn Monroe at the Bel Air Hotel, 1953, by André de Dienes, with PHOTO / ANDRE DE DIENES / 1401 SUNSET PLAZA DRIVE / HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. 90069 red and black rubber stamp on the verso. Printed 1960s and printed later.
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Lot 89086: Marilyn Monroe at Her Bungalow at the Bel Air Hotel, 1953 by André de Dienes (2)
Vintage original gelatin silver glossy borderless double-weight 13-½" x 10-¾" and 13- ¾ x 11" prints of Marilyn Monroe at the Bel Air Hotel, 1953, by André de Dienes, with PHOTO / ANDRE DE DIENES / 1401 SUNSET PLAZA DRIVE / HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. 90069 red and black rubber stamp on the verso. Printed 1960s and printed later.
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Lot 89087: Marilyn Monroe by Philippe Halsman, for LIFE, 1952 (1)
Edition 235 of 250, printed 1981. Vintage original gelatin silver semi-gloss double-weight 14" x 11" print of Marilyn Monroe by Philippe Halsman, for LIFE cover variant, April 7, 1952, Edition 235 of 250, printed 1981, with HALSMAN/MARILYN copyright rubber stamp and numbered (graphite addition) on the verso.
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Lot 89088: Marilyn Monroe at Her Bungalow at the Bel Air Hotel, Los Angeles, 1953, and at Mt. Hood, Oregon, 1945, by André de Dienes (2) .
Vintage original gelatin silver matte double-weight 23" x 19-½" and 22-¼" x 19- ½" prints of Marilyn Monroe at her Bungalow at the Bel Air Hotel, Los Angeles, 1953, and at Mt. Hood, Oregon, by André de Dienes, with 53 and Diénes signature in black ink on the recto and blue rubber stamp on the verso of one; and brown rubber stamp and extensive dedication by Shirley de Dienes in blue ink on the verso of one. Printed 1960s. 
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Lot 89088: Marilyn Monroe at the Bel Air Hotel, 1953, Oversize Gelatin Silver Prints by André de Dienes (3)
Vintage original gelatin silver glossy borderless double-weight 13- ½" x 10-¾", 13-¾" x 10", and 12" x 10- ¾" prints of Marilyn Monroe at the Bel Air Hotel, 1953, by André de Dienes, with PHOTO / ANDRE DE DIENES / 1401 SUNSET PLAZA DRIVE / HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. 90069 black rubber stamp and 1953 - MM / AD / SD / 6/85 in blue ink (1) on the verso. Printed ca. 1985, and printed 1960s.
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Lot 89089: Marilyn Monroe Lifting Barbells at the Bel Air Hotel, 1953, by André de Dienes (2)
Vintage original gelatin silver glossy borderless double-weight 11 x 13-½" and 11" x 13" prints of Marilyn Monroe lifting barbells at the Bel Air Hotel, 1953, by Andre de Dienes, with PHOTO / ANDRE DE DIENES / 1401 SUNSET PLAZA DRIVE / HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. 90069 black rubber stamp on the verso of each. Printed 1960s.
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Lot 89090: Marilyn Monroe in a Book Store, 1953, by André de Dienes (2)
Vintage original gelatin silver glossy and semi-gloss borderless double-weight 8" x 7-½" and 13-¾" x10-¾" prints of Marilyn Monroe in a book store, 1953, by Andre de Dienes, with Dienes signature in black ink on the recto of one, and PHOTO / ANDRE DE DIENES / 1401 SUNSET PLAZA DRIVE / HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. 90069 black and red rubber stamp on the verso. Printed 1960s.
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Lot 89091: Marilyn Monroe at Malibu Beach, 1945, by André de Dienes (1)
Vintage original semi-gloss borderless double-weight 11" x 14" print of Marilyn Monroe at Malibu Beach, 1945, by André de Dienes, with PHOTO / ANDRE DE DIENES / 1401 SUNSET PLAZA DRIVE / HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. 90069 black rubber stamp on the verso. Printed 1960s.
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Lot 89092: Marilyn Monroe at the Barnum & Bailey Circus, Madison Square Garden, 1955, by Wegee (Arthur Fellig) (1)
Vintage original gelatin silver semi-gloss double-weight 14" x 11" print of Marilyn Monroe at the Barnum & Bailey Circus, Madison Square Garden, 1955, by Wegee (Arthur Fellig).
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 Lot 89094: Marilyn Monroe at the Actor's Studio, by Roy Schatt (1)
Vintage original gelatin silver semi-gloss double-weight 17" x 14" print of Marilyn Monroe at the Actor's Studio by Roy Schatt, printed 1987, with signature and "taken in 1955 - this print done in 1987" in black ink on the verso.
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Lot 89095: Marilyn Monroe in Los Angeles, 1962, by George Barris (4)
Vintage original gelatin silver semi-gloss double-weight 17" x 14" print of Marilyn Monroe at the Actor's Studio by Roy Schatt, printed 1987, with signature and "taken in 1955 - this print done in 1987" in black ink on the versoVintage original gelatin silver matte double-weight (2) and semi-gloss (2) 7" x 5" prints of Marilyn Monroe in Los Angeles, 1962, by George Barris, with signature in black ink on the recto and Kim Goodwin collection stamp on the verso of each. Printed later.
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Lot 89096: Marilyn Monroe Signed Photograph
Vintage original silver gelatin photograph signed by legendary icon Marilyn Monroe. Monroe has inscribed in blue ink, "To Vernon, the customer is always right Marilyn Monroe". The signature is clear and legible.    
Bid: $8,000  - Sold: -

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Lot 89097: Marilyn Monroe "Angela Phinlay" Jumper from The Asphalt Jungle (MGM, 1950)
Vintage original 2-piece bespoke beige crepe jumper with integral blouse with short shawl collar, ¾-sleeves with crème stripes, and hoop and button front closure. Integral pleated pants match the design of the crème-striped sleeves and feature a banded waist with self-fabric belt hoops and zipper front closure. Includes the beige web belt with self-fabric covered brass buckle. Interior unlined. Highly visible in the scene when "Emmerich" (Louis Calhern) discovers "Angela" (Marilyn) sleeping on a sofa and throughout the scene. Exhibiting age and production wear.
Bid: $60,000  - Sold: -

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Lot 89098: Marilyn Monroe "Nell Forbes" Dress with Belt from Don't Bother to Knock (TCF, 1952)
Vintage original green and black patterned cuffed short-sleeve, knee length, shift dress with white cotton, lace-edged Peter Pan collar, and snap front closure. Created by legendary film, stage, and screen costume designer William Travilla, who designed some of Marilyn's most famous costumes. Altered for subsequent production, the collar has been added, sleeves shortened and cuffed, front buttons removed and self-belt not included. Visible throughout the movie and in the trailer and other publicity materials. Retaining the internal fabric bias label handwritten, "1-27-1-7611 Marilyn Monroe A-661-05" sewn in at the seam. Exhibiting wear and age and some fading to areas.
Bid: $20,000  - Sold: -

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Lot 89099: Marilyn Monroe "Lorelei Lee" Showgirl Leotard Worn for Promotion of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (MGM, 1953)
Vintage original bespoke showgirl leotard constructed of form-fitted nude nylon panels ornamented with sunflower yellow and jet-black sequins, clear and black strung bugle beads, faceted crystals, black bead tassels and sprays, with large crystal embellishment of a variety of shapes and sizes of faceted crystals ringing the halter collar and culminating in a cluster of brooch-style crystals at the plunging v-neckline of the garment. With zipper and hook and eye back closure, and black lace over nude fabric at the hips. Worn by Marilyn for publicity appearances alongside her Gentlemen Prefer Blondes co-star Jane Russell, who wore an identical custom costume. The interior has been reinforced for display with 2-web bands, which are gently thread-basted and easily removed. The leotard retains its original internal 20th Century-Fox bias label handwritten in ink, "M. Monroe" and an interior studio paper laundering tag. Exhibiting wear, rubbing to base fabric, exposed elastic shoulder straps, and sequin and bead loss, soiling throughout, not detracting from the spectacular effect of the dazzling, glamorous, and revealing costume.   
Bid: $40,000  - Sold: -

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Lot 89100: Marilyn Monroe "Elsie" Signature Pearl-Encrusted Mermaid Gown from The Prince and the Showgirl (Warner Bros., 1957)
Vintage original short-sleeved, floor-length mermaid ball gown constructed of crème silk, and sheer organza sleeve with pearl-beaded sweetheart neckline and form-fitted bodice, embellished with delicate seed pearls and faceted rhinestones and beads on ruched bust, left sleeve, and lower sleeve above the voluminous, heavily-weighted ivory satin "mermaid tail" hem. Left sleeve with top hook and eye closure extending to the side zipper closure surrounded by more hook and eye closures.
Custom designed and constructed to Marilyn Monroe's legendary form by British designer Beatrice Dawson. The iconic Monroe shows off this dramatic hourglass silhouette and dramatically sweeping skirt throughout many principal scenes in the film. This gown is also featured in images of Monroe in this form-fitting garment in much of the film's publicity materials. Retaining the internal Western Costume bias label handwritten "#5 Marilyn Monroe".
Exhibiting expected age and production wear. Of the three examples of this dress we've encountered, this is by far the prime article. The quality and preservation of materials and embellishments are unparalleled. Most minor soiling from age and storage can be easily reversed and the appearance of the gown further enhanced by the new owner.
Bid: $80,000  - Sold: -

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Lot 89101: Marilyn Monroe's Personal Custom-Made 3-Piece Mirror from Her Dressing Room In Her Final Brentwood, California Home (1963)
Vintage original, full-length 3-paneled dressing mirror, hinged between mirror panels and adjustable to see a subject from all angles. This custom-made mirror was installed in Marilyn Monroe's third bedroom, which she used as her committed dressing and fitting room. The central stationary mirror panel measures 42" x 96", while the side wing mirror panels measure 24" x 96" each. Originally acquired by Dr. and Betty Nunez, the first purchasers of Monroe's house in 1963 after her untimely death in late 1962. Comes with a copy of a notarized letter from Michael Nunez, whose parents, Dr. and Betty Nunez, purchased Marilyn's home in 1963 and an LOA from the consignor, whose parents were gifted the mirror by the Nunez family in 1976 after escrow fell through on them purchasing Marilyn's home from the Nunez's.
Bid: $5,000  - Sold: -

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Lot 89102: Marilyn Monroe's Wall Sconce from her Master Bedroom in her Brentwood, California (1960s)
Vintage original tin framed, smoked glass paneled wall lighting sconce from Marilyn Monroe's Brentwood, California home. The sconce was originally a candle holder with the front glass panel retaining the hinge and latch, which allows it to be opened for access. Measuring 12" x 9" x 4.5". Acquired directly from the wall in the master bedroom next to the door of Marilyn's home by the consignor's parents in 1976 while they were in escrow to buy Marilyn's house before the deal ultimately fell through. Exhibiting age, oxidization, and with bulb and some electronics present but untested. In vintage Very Good to Fine condition. Accompanied by a LOA from the consignor who was present at the time of acquisition from Monroe's home.
Bid: $3,000  - Sold: -

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Lot 89103: Marilyn Monroe's Decorative Striped Tiles (36) from Her Brentwood, California Home (1960s)
Vintage original (36) striped ornamental ceramic tiles from Marilyn Monroe's Brentwood, California home. These tiles were personally chosen and purchased by Marilyn Monroe in Taxco, Mexico, to redecorate her new home. These were replacement tiles kept by Marilyn in the event of damage. Measuring 1.5" x 4.5" x .5". Acquired by the consignor's parents in 1976 while they were in escrow to buy Marilyn's house before the deal ultimately fell through. Exhibiting age and minor chipping. In vintage Very Good to Fine condition. Accompanied by a LOA from the consignor who was present at the time of acquisition at Monroe's home.
Bid: $775  - Sold: -


 Lot 89104: Marilyn Monroe's Decorative Orchid Tiles (22) from Her Final Home in Brentwood, California (1960s)
Vintage original (22) orchid motif ornamental ceramic tiles from Marilyn Monroe's Brentwood, California home. These tiles were personally chosen and purchased by Marilyn Monroe in Taxco, Mexico, to redecorate her new home. These were replacement tiles kept by Marilyn in the event of damage. Measuring 1.5" x 4.5" x .5". Acquired by the consignor's parents in 1976 while they were in escrow to buy Marilyn's house before the deal ultimately fell through. Exhibiting age and minor chipping. In vintage Very Good to Fine condition. Accompanied by a LOA from the consignor who was present at the time of acquisition from Monroe's home.
Bid: $825  - Sold: -


 Lot 89105: Bette Davis "Margo Channing" Costume Sketch by Edith Head for All About Eve (TCF, 1950)
Vintage original costume sketch accomplished in pencil and gouache on 13" x 17" artist's paper leaf. Featuring a pencil skirt gown with jewel encrusted neckline and sable stole. Handwritten at the top left corner of the page, "Bette Davis" and signed in the lower right "Edith Head". Exhibiting age and production wear with some chipped edges and water staining to lower edge of paper.
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07 août 2013

15/09/1954 NYC - Sur le tournage de The Seven Year Itch partie 2

Sept ans de réflexion
Sur le tournage - scène 11   

Date: le 15 septembre 1954, à une heure du matin.
Lieu: entre la 51 et 52st Street, au croisement de Lexington Avenue.
Scène: il s'agit d'une scène mythique, l'une des plus célèbres de l'histoire du cinéma, qui reste sans doute la "scène la plus vue au monde", celle où la robe blanche de Marilyn se soulève entraînée par l'air d'une grille de métro. La presse en parla comme de "l'exhibition la plus intéressante depuis Lady Godiva".

Date: September 15, 1954, at one o'clock.
Location: between 51 and 52st Street on the corner of Lexington Avenue.
Scene: it is a mythical scene, one of the most famous in the history of cinema, which is probably the "most scene view in the world," the one where the white dress of Marilyn Monroe rises, driven by the blow of the subway grate. The press spoke of as "the most interesting exhibition since Lady Godiva".

Marilyn Monroe, Tom Ewell, le réalisateur Billy Wilder (homme en noir, chapeau noir), Johnny Graham (homme en costume, chapeau et cigar), manager de production de la Côte Est qui organisa la logistique pour le tournage des scènes à New York, et Natasha Lytess, la coach de Marilyn.

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>> Photographies de Bruno Bernard
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Extraits du journal de Bruno Bernard:
- Le magazine Redbook engagea Bruno Bernard pour couvrir le tournage de Marilyn dans The Seven Year Itch.
- New York - 14/09/1954. Si cela n'avait pas été pour mon travail (la couverture de Redbook) et Marilyn, dix chevaux ne m'auraient pas traîné sur le tournage de Seven year Itch. Zut. J'ai attendu trois heures au milieu des odeurs transpiration et des cris de la foule et d'une bande de paparazzis (...). Soudain, la foule a poussé un formidable hurlement. Marilyn apparaissait en chair et en os. Lorsque Billy Wilder, le metteur en scène, a dit "On tourne", Marilyn est sortie du théâtre, a fait quatre pas sur la gauche avant de s'arrêter juste au-dessus d'une grille d'aération. A ce moment précis, on doit imaginer qu'un métro quitte la station, l'air qu'il déplace soulevant la jupe de Marilyn. Pour mieux contrôler l'action, les accessoiristes ont disposé un ventilateur directement sous la grille. Dans certaines prises, la jupe blanche de Marilyn s'est soulevée au point de lui couvrir le visage, à la grande joie des spectateurs hystériques. D'après le scénario, Marilyn doit simplement dire: "Ah, quel soulagement ! N'est-ce pas délicieux ?!" tandis qu'elle prend plaisir à sentir cet air frais. 
La scène a été refaite trente fois parce que Marilyn se trompait à chaque fois dans son texte. Sous sa robe, elle ne portait qu'une petite culotte de soie blanche transparente. (...) DiMaggio, qui se trouvait juste en face de moi et près de walter Winchell, regardait le spectacle. Je me rendais nettement compte que la gêne de DiMaggio tournait à la fureur. Je me frayais rapidement un chemin à travers la foule, dans l'espoir de le calmer. Mais, avant que je n'arrive près de lui, il avait déjà quitté les lieux très en colère. Winchell (...) m'a dit que DiMaggio était parti "apaiser son tempérament de macho italien au Toot's Shor's". Roy Croft nous rejoignit: "Nous devrions plutôt nous réjouir qu'elle porte au moins quelque chose dessous".
L'absence de DiMaggio ne la troubla pas, et la déesse de l'amour poursuivit ses interminables prises devant son public new-yorkais extasié.
- J'ai vraiment besoin de faire ces photos de Joe et Marilyn pour boucler mon article. Depuis le couloir de leur appartement du Saint Regis, je peux entendre les éclats d'une querelle passionnée suivie par des pleurs hystériques. Je suis parti et je n'ai pas fait mes photos. (...) J'étais abbatu et silencieux. Rencontrant Roy dans l'ascenceur, il tenta de me consoler: "Tout n'est pas perdu. Comme il y avait trop de bruits de fond en extérieur, Wilder a décidé de refaire toute la scène à Hollywood." 

>> sources:
- Livres: Bernard of Hollywood's Marilyn / De Norma Jean à Marilyn, de Susan Bernard / Marilyn among friends, Sam Shaw / L'Encyclopédie d'Adam Victor / Marilyn Monroe et les caméras, de Georges Belmont / Les trésors de Marilyn Monroe, de Jenna Glatzer / Les vies secrètes de Marilyn Monroe, d'Anthony Summers.

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copyright text by GinieLand.



16 avril 2013

30/03/1955 Ringling Brothers Circus

Action Caritative

La soirée du 30 mars 1955: Marilyn Monroe participa à la grande cérémonie de bienfaisance organisée par Mike Todd et son cirque (Ringling Brothers Circus) dont les bénéfices étaient reversés à une fondation qui lutte contre l'arthrose et les affections rhumatismales.
C'était la première apparition en publique de Marilyn depuis son départ de Los Angeles. Le contrat de la Fox lui interdisait la participation à des spectacles rémunérés, mais les soirées de bienfaisance n'entraient pas dans cette catégorie.
Marilyn se rendit de son hôtel au Madison Square Garden en limousine avec Dick Sheperd (qui était alors agent au département cinéma de MCA à New York). Elle réussit à se faufiler dans les couloirs de l'établissement, gagna sa loge et put s'habiller dans le calme relatif. 
The evening of March 30, 1955: Marilyn Monroe participated to the great charity ceremony organised by Mike Todd and his circus (Ringling Brothers Circus) to benefit the Arthritis Foundation and Rhumastismales disorders.
It was the first public appearance of Marilyn since her departure from Los Angeles. Fox's contract forbade participation in paid shows, but charity evenings did not fall into this category.  
Marilyn was accompanied by Dick Shepperd for the trip from the hotel to Madison and photographed by Ed Feingersh. She managed to sneak into the corridors of the school, won his lodge and could dress in relative calm.  

> Marilyn et Dick Sheperd (photos de Ed Feingersh)
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1955_03_30_ny_madison_square_circus_044_6_signedDans les coulisses, Marilyn s'est préparée, soutenue par Milton Berle et la jeune Alice Fitzpatrick; Milton Greene et Peter Leonardi (son secrétaire et coiffeur à cette époque) sont aussi présents, dans l'ombre. Elle lui dédicacera une des photos de la soirée (voir ci-contre).
Behind the scenes, Marilyn prepared, supported by Milton Berle, the young Alice Fitzpatrick; but also Milton Greene and Peter Leonardi (his secretary and hairdresser at the time) who were also presents in the shadows. She will dedicate him one of the photos of the evening.   

> Dans les coulisses
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> Arrivée de Marilyn (avec Milton Greene)
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- de la collection de Frieda Hull, une fan des Monroe Six
-from the personal collection of Frieda Hull, one of the 'Monroe Six'

 - photo de Max Peter Haas ->  
- photos de Marvin Scott ->
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- photo de Weegee ->
 - autres photos ->
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 - photo de Sam Goldstein ->

Le grand show, qui se tient au Madison Square Garden à New York, était présenté par Milton Berle, qui officiait en tant que "Monsieur Loyal", le 'maître de cérémonie', et qui présente Marilyn en ces termes: "Voici la seule femme au monde à côté de qui Jane Russell ressemble à un homme!", provoquant l'hilarité dans la foule. Plus de 25 000 spectateurs étaient présents; ils avaient payer 50 dollars leurs places; dont Joe DiMaggio, l'ex-époux de Marilyn.
Dans la salle, deux cents photographes s'arrachaient les meilleures places (Ed Feingersh, Milton Greene, Marvin Scott, Walter Carone, Weegee, Sam Goldstein, Erika Stone...). Lorsqu'enfin elle entra en scène, Milton Berle dut leur demander de s'accroupir pour ne pas gêner les autres spectateurs. Marilyn Monroe fit une entrée triomphale, juchée sur le dos d'un éléphant indien peint en rose, nommé Karnaudi (ou Kinardy), appartenant au cirque Barnum & Bailey. Elle déclarera plus tard: "C'était très important pour moi, je n'étais jamais allée au cirque quand j'étais enfant."
The big show, which held at the Madison Square Garden in New York, was presented by Milton Berle, who was the "Master of the Ceremony". More than 25,000 spectators were presents, including Joe DiMaggio in the stands; and two hundred photographers snatched the best seats (Ed Feingersh, Milton Greene, Marvin Scott, Walter Carone, Weegee, Sam Goldstein, Erika Stone...). When finally she came on the stage, Milton Berle, had to ask them to squat to not to interfere with other spectators. Marilyn Monroe made a triumphal entrance, perched on the back of an indian elephant painted pink, named Karnaudi (or Kinardy) and belonging to the Barnum & Bailey circus.

Le magazine Variety écrivit: "Marilyn Monroe juchée sur un pachyderme peint en rose fut le clou de la soirée. Malheureusement, les photographes agglutinés autour de la star à demie nue l'empêchaient d'avancer. On put difficilement admirer les charmes de Miss Monroe, mais en définitive, la foule ne s'était déplacée pas pour rien." Les autres stars présentes furent toute au plus citées.
Variety Magazine said: "Marilyn Monroe perched on an elephant painted pink was the highlight of the evening. Unfortunately, photographers clustered around the half naked star prevented her from advancing. We could hardly see the charms of Miss Monroe, but ultimately, the crowd had not moved for nothing. "Other present stars have not been mentionned. 

> Entrée de Marilyn qui monte sur l'éléphant
- photos de Ed Feingersh ->
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- autres photos (Marvin Scott, Weegee, Sam Goldstein...) ->   
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- photos de Walter Carone -> 

- Photographies de Milton H Greene -

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> Le public (on distingue Joe DiMaggio)

> captures
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Marilyn Madison Square Garden 1955 par MissYria

 > dans la presse
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Le soir du spectacle, Milton Greene loua la suite Cecil Beaton de l'Ambassador Hotel de New York, où lui-même, Amy Greene et Marilyn purent s'habiller et accueillir une poignée de visiteurs en provenance de la Côte Ouest. Michael Todd, toujours généreux avec ses invités, avaient fait venir les stars en avion et en première classe: Jeannette MacDonald et Gene Raymond, James Cagney, Red Buttons, Martha Raye, Terry Moore, Julius LaRosa, Sammy Davis Jr, Sonja Henie et Bess Myerson. Amy Greene avait commandé à Norman Norrel la robe se soie noire que MM devait porter jusqu'au Madison Square Garden et pendant les mondanités.
(> voir les photos de l'essayage de la robe par Ed Feingersh).

The night of the show, Greene rent a room (the 'Cecil Beaton suite') at the Ambassador Hotel in New York, where he himself, Amy and Marilyn dressed and could receive visitors from the West Coast. Michael Todd, always generous with his guests, had made come by plane and first class some movie stars like Jeanette MacDonald and Gene Raymond, James Cagney, Red Buttons, Martha Raye, Terry Moore, Julius LaRosa, Sammy Davis Jr, Sonja Henie and Bess Myerson. Amy Greene commanded the Norman Norrell black silk dress black that Marilyn was wearing at her arrival to the Madison Square Garden and for the party in the hotel.

sources pour l'article: 
Magazines: Paris Match 9 avril 1955 / Redbook 1955, July 
Livres: Marilyn édition de La Martinière, photos de Ed Feingersh

Marilyn Monroe et les caméras  .
web: article "Do you want to see her?" sur le blog / le site d'images corbis
Photos de Milton Greene: a huge thanks to Maarit !

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05 mai 2012

9/09/1954 Arrivée à New York

Le 8 septembre 1954, Marilyn Monroe s'envole à 21 heures de Los Angeles, d'où Joe DiMaggio est venu l'accompagner à l'aéroport pour l'embrasser et lui dire au revoir, pour se rendre à New York, où elle doit tourner des scènes extérieures du film The Seven Year Itch (Sept ans de réflexion). Joe ne l'accompagne pas. Elle porte un tailleur moulant avec un gros noeud, une tenue qu'elle a emprunté aux studios, qu'elle avait porté dans There's no business like show business (La joyeuse parade) dont le tournage venait à peine de se terminer.

>> Le départ de Los Angeles
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Arrivée à l'aéroport de New York le lendemain, le 9 septembre à 8h15, le Idlewild Airport, Marilyn est assaillie par la foule de curieux et de journalistes: des reporters, des photographes et même les caméras sont présentes. Marilyn se prête au jeu et prend la pose longuement sur le tarmac; puis, escortée par la police, elle rentre dans le hall de l'aéroport, où elle est interviewée.
Parmi les photographes présents: Sam Schulman, Paul Schumach, Weegee, Sam Shaw.

>> L'arrivée à Idlewild Airport - sur le tarmac
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 >> La police escorte Marilyn

 >> Dans le salon de l'aéroport, poses glamour et interview
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 >> Le départ en limousine
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 >> videos

L'arrivée à l'aéroport d'Idlewild, descente de l'avion

Marilyn fait sa star, accentuant ses célèbres mimiques

Marilyn se prépare pour l'interview

Un journaliste interviewe Marilyn

  >> captures
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Elle prend ensuite une limousine qui l'amène au Saint Regis Hotel, dans Manhattan.

  > Photographies de Sam Shaw >
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 >> Au Saint Regis Hotel

   > Photographies de Sam Shaw >
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 1954_09_09_NY_hotel_St_Regis_032_010_by_sam_shaw_21954_09_09_NY_hotel_St_Regis_032_030_by_sam_shaw_1 1954_09_09_NY_hotel_St_Regis_040_010_by_sam_shaw_1 

Séance "Chambre d'Hôtel"
Hotel Room Sitting
- Milton H Greene -

> Photographies de Milton H Greene

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Planche Contact / Contact Sheet:

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12 mars 2011

1/06/1955 Première The Seven Year Itch

1955_06_01_ny_syi_premiere_011_1Le 1er juin 1955, a lieu la première du film The Seven Year Itch (Sept ans de réflexion) au Loew's State Theater à Times Square, New York. Pour célébrer l'événement, une immense pancarte de seize mètres de hauteur est affichée devant le théâtre, représentant Marilyn avec sa robe blanche qui virevolte, qui reste l'une des plus célèbres scènes du cinéma. Les journalistes ont à leur tour interviewé les passants pour leur demander leur avis: certains new-yorkais étaient agréablement surpris ("I think it's correct!", "I think it's very nice!", "I think it's wonderful, wonderful, wonderful !"), alors que d'autres jugeaient cette photo de Marilyn indécente! Pour la soirée de la première, Marilyn Monroe est accompagnée de son ex-mari Joe DiMaggio, avec qui elle vient pourtant de divorcer. D'autres personnalités étaient présentes: Grace Kelly, Henry Fonda, Tyrone Power, Margaret Truman, Eddie Fisher, Judy Holliday et Richard Rodgers; ainsi que plus de 3000 fans et des journalistes de la presse et de la télévision. l'arrivée de Marilyn et de Joe a même été filmée pour figurer dans les news des cinémas.

>> Le théâtre
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>> L'arrivée de Marilyn et Joe DiMaggio
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> Margaret Truman et Harold Arlen

> snapshots de la collection de James Collins, un fan des 'Monroe Six'
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> snapshots de la collection de Frieda Hull, une fan des 'Monroe Six'
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>> Carton d'invitation de Peter Leonardi 

>> video

>> Captures 1
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>> Captures 2
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Ce jour était aussi celui de l'anniversaire de Marilyn, qui fêtait ses vingt-neuf ans. Joe organisa une soirée au restaurant Toots Shor's, après la représenation du film. Mais angoissée par son désir de reconnaissance de Lee Srasberg, avec qui elle a suivi des cours à l'Actor's Studio, Marilyn était nerveuse et se disputa avec Joe. Elle quitta la réception et le photographe Sam Shaw la raccompagna.

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>> Photo de Weegee
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copyright text by GinieLand.


03 mars 2011

Juin 1949 Jones Beach pool par Weegee

Pendant sa tournée promo du film Love Happy qui l'a amené sur la Côte Est des USA l' été 1949, Marilyn Monroe se fait photographier à la piscine de Jones Beach à Long Island, en juin 1949, par Arthur Fellig, surnommé "Weegee".

>> Séance en Maillot de bain vert émeraude
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 - Magazines -

Sunday News - 14/08/1949 - USA



>> Séance en Maillot de bain rose pâle
au Santa Monica Beach Hotel
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1949_Long_islang_jones_beach_pool_white_swim_by_weegee_01  1949 
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>> Couvertures de magazines

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