Fantastic rare candid shot of the great Marilyn Monroe backstage on the set of RKO's 1952 drama "Clash By Night". Great image of Monroe seated with cameraman Fred Bently on his dolly... Bently certainly looks pleased with the situation! This photo has so much going for it...Original backstage shots of Monroe are very hard to come by, especially from this early in her career. Photos from the earliest Monroe film appearances, are highly prized by collectors due to their scarcity and high demand.
This photo comes from the collection of Frieda Hull, arguably Monroe's most devoted fan, who over the course of Monroe's career amassed a massive collection of personal and studio issued photographs, even developing a friendship with Monroe herself. See more on the Frieda Hull collection below. A copy of this listing should be kept with the photograph as proof of provenance. This photo is guaranteed VINTAGE AND ORIGINAL to the period it was taken. It is not a later restrike or modern print.
It is not computer generated. JULIEN'S PRESS RELEASE ON THE FRIEDA HULL COLLECTION. Unprecedented Frieda Hull Collection and Archive Contains Never Before Seen Color and Black & White Candid Snapshots, Photographs and Slides, Movie Stills, Publicity Photos, Lobby Cards, Home Movies, and Autographs.
Frieda Hull was a member of the now famous Monroe Six, a New York City based group of teenagers who photographed Marilyn whenever and wherever they could. As an airline employee, Hull was in the enviable position of being able to photograph Marilyn also on the West Coast.Much to Marilyns surprise and delight, the group learned of her whereabouts from various sources, including movie magazines and her hairdresser. Many times the team simply waited for Marilyn outside of her hotel, her home, or events she was attending. Over time, Marilyn came to know each member of the group, even inviting them to the Roxbury, CT home she shared with then husband Arthur Miller for a picnic. Marilyn frequently autographed the photos the group had taken of her and also was known to give them gifts. The extraordinary Frieda Hull Marilyn Monroe Photo Archive spans nearly the entirety of Monroes career, from the late 1940s through to 1962. The collection includes photographs she and other members of the Monroe Six took of Marilyn, along with photographs she personally collected through the years. Rare items from the archive include unseen color photos of Marilyn as she sang Happy Birthday for President John F. Kennedy at Madison Square Garden on May 19, 1962, never-before-seen slides of Marilyn on location as she filmed the now famous subway skirt-blowing scene for. A large collection of many unpublished photos of Marilyn at the 1955 premiere of. Rare photos of Monroe on the set in Phoenix while filming.
In 1956, and a photo of Marilyn with her dog Maf that is very likely a photograph never seen before. Other rare highlights include eleven color slides which show Marilyn and Arthur Miller following the premiere of. In 1959, some of which have likely never been seen. One slide in the collection shows Monroe sitting in the back of a vehicle with a bird in a cage on her lap, likely Butch, the Millers pet parakeet.
Home movies in the archive show remarkable footage of Marilyn departing her apartment in New York on May 30, 1958. Other footage shows Marilyn attending an event at the Italian Consulate on May 13, 1959, where she received the David di Donatello Award for her work in.The Prince and The Showgirl. The movie still and publicity photos in the Frieda Hull collection are unparalleled, with photographs from twenty-seven of Marilyns thirty films, ranging in years from 1947 through 1962. Archive includes approximately 150 movie stills, 30 publicity photographs, and 18 lobby cards.
The Frieda Hull Marilyn Monroe Photo Archive includes over 550 color and black & white candid snapshots and photographs, over 150 color slides, nearly 750 movie stills, publicity photos and lobby cards, and personal home movies. Additional items from the Frieda Hull Marilyn Monroe Collection being offered at Juliens Auctions include autographed photos and snapshots, Frieda Hulls original ticket and program to a 1962 JFK Madison Square Garden gala, a Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller autographed Gladstone Hotel menu, Friedas Monroe Six badge, a scarf Marilyn gifted to Frieda, a Marilyn Monroe calendar, and vintage Marilyn Monroe albums. GRADING : We use comic book grading standards, as defined by Overstreet and Comic Guarantee Corp.
For grading all of our paper collectibles. These strict standards are well-developed and widely accepted. The various grades we use are generally applied as follows. Near Mint - item is bright and clean, virtually defect-free and appears "like new"...Any defects would be barely perceptible and only visible upon close inspection. Very Fine / Near Mint - at first glance appears near mint but upon close inspection very minor degradation or one or two very small defects become apparent. Very Fine - generally clean and bright and still high grade and desirable but may have a few small defects e. Minor corner crease, light bend, subtle image degradation, etc. Nice collectible item but defects are more noticable and apparent.. May have some soiling or image issues. Very Good - lower grade... Wear and tear is readily apparent...
Item is still complete though. Could be a piece missing from a corner or a major tear.
Fair or poor - the lowest grades... We generally only offer items in this condition if they are hard to find. ADMIN : Check our other listings for more Hollywood photos. And subscribe to our newsletter for previews of our upcoming listings. The item "RARE MARILYN MONROE ORIGINAL CANDID BACKSTAGE SET PHOTO FRIEDA HULL 1952" is in sale since Saturday, February 03, 2018.
This item is in the category "Entertainment Memorabilia\Movie Memorabilia\Photographs\1950-59\Black & White". The seller is "eastendcollectibles1" and is located in Manhasset, New York.This item can be shipped worldwide.