Amazing Vintage Photos of 1960s Film Premiers

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Arthur Miller, Simone Signoret, Yves Montand et Marilyn Monroe at the Premiere of Let’s Make Love directed by George Cukor, 1960

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Vivian Maier, Kirk Douglas at the premiere of the movie Spartacus, Chicago, October 1960

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Sean Connery, Phyllis Newman and conductor Leonard Bernstein t the premiere of the James Bond movie Dr. NO directed by Terence Young, 1962

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Peter O’Toole with Omar Sharif at the premiere of Lawrence d’ Arabia, Hollywood, 1962

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Sue Lyon at the premiere of Lolita directed by Stanley Kubrick, 1962

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Monica Vitti with Michelangelo Antonioni at the première of 8 1/2 directed by Federico Fellini, Roma, February 13, 1963

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Burt Lancaster, Claudia Cardinale and Alain Delon at the Il gattopardo premiere, 1963

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Bob Cummings, Shirley MacLaine and Gene Kelly take the subway to the 1964 World’s Fair for the world premiere of their film What a way to go !

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Audrey Hepburn and Mel Ferrer at the film premiere of My Fair Lady, Audrey Hepburn is wearing a Givenchy gown, 1964

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Judy garland and Liza Minnelli at Flora, The Red Menace Premiere, 1965

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Don Bessant, Julie Christie, Dirk Bogarde and Monica Vitti at the première of Darling by John Schlesinger, London, 1965

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Director David Lean, Julie Christie, Geraldine Chaplin and Omar Sharif at the premiere of Doctor Zhivago, 1965

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Peter O’Toole and The Queen Mother at the premiere of Lord Jim directed by Richard Brooks, 1965

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Luchino Visconti, Claudia Cardinale and Jean Sorel at the premiere of Sandra, 1965

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Jean-Luc Godard, Edie Constantine and Anna Karina at the Alphaville premiere, 1965. Photo by Raymond Depardon © Magnum Photos

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David Bailey, Catherine Deneuve, Françoise Dorleac and Clint Eastwood at the premiere of Les Demoiselles de Rochefort directed by Jacques Demy, 1967

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Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty at the premiere of Bonnie and Clyde directed by Arthur Penn, 1967

Marilyn Monroe – The Last Sitting – by Bert Stern (1962)

Self-taught American commercial photographer Bert Stern (1929-2013) is best known for The Last Sitting, a collection of 2,500 photographs taken for Vogue of Marilyn Monroe in 1962. The photo shoot took place at the Bel Air Hotel for a three-day period just six weeks before her death. The book The Last Sitting was published in 1982 and again in 2000.

During his career he also photographed Audrey Hepburn, Elizabeth Taylor, Madonna, Kylie Minogue, Drew Barrymore and Lindsay Lohan (recreating The Last Sitting), among others, in addition to his work for advertising and travel publications.

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Bert Stern, Marilyn Monroe, The Last Sitting, 1962 via

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Bert Stern, Marilyn Monroe, The Last Sitting, 1962 via

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Bert Stern, Marilyn Monroe, The Last Sitting, 1962 via

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Bert Stern, Marilyn Monroe, The Last Sitting, 1962 via

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Bert Stern, Marilyn Monroe, The Last Sitting, 1962 via

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Bert Stern, Marilyn Monroe, The Last Sitting, 1962 via

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Bert Stern, Marilyn Monroe, The Last Sitting, 1962 via

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Bert Stern, Marilyn Monroe, The Last Sitting, 1962 via

Vintage Photos of Marilyn Monroe at the Hollywood Bowl by Bernard of Hollywood

When Marilyn Monroe attended the Hollywood Bowl in 1952 she was widely photographed by Bernard of Hollywood amongst others. Bernard of Hollywood, is perhaps better known as Bruno Bernard (1912 – 1987). He was an American photographer best known for pin-up and glamour photography. Bernard is credited with first photographing Marilyn Monroe at the Racquet Club in Palm Springs, California, in 1947, when she was still Norma Jeane. She is said to have told Bernard:

“Remember, Bernie, you started it all”.

In 1999, his photo “Marilyn in White”, of Monroe in her wind-blown dress from the movie The Seven Year Itch (1955), was selected as the “Symbol of the Century” by the Museum of Modern Art in New York. The same photograph was also chosen by the International Center of Photography as one of  “20 Unforgettable Photographs”.

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Marilyn Monroe performing at the Hollywood Bowl (St. Jude Hospital Benefit), 1953 BERNARD OF HOLLYWOOD (1912-1987) via

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Marilyn Monroe performing at the Hollywood Bowl (St. Jude Hospital Benefit), 1953 BERNARD OF HOLLYWOOD (1912-1987) via

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Marilyn Monroe performing at the Hollywood Bowl (St. Jude Hospital Benefit) here with Danny Kaye, 1953 BERNARD OF HOLLYWOOD (1912-1987) via

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Marilyn Monroe performing at the Hollywood Bowl (St. Jude Hospital Benefit) here signing autographs, 1953 BERNARD OF HOLLYWOOD (1912-1987) via

The Queen Meets Marilyn Monroe At The Royal Premiere Of The Battle Of The River Plate (1956)

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Her Majesty the Queen shakes hands with the stars during presentations before the Royal Command Film Performance of the film Battle of the River Plate, 1956 via

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Her Majesty the Queen shakes hands with Marilyn Monroe during presentations before the Royal Command Film Performance of the film Battle of the River Plate, 1956 via

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Her Majesty the Queen shakes hands with Marilyn Monroe during presentations before the Royal Command Film Performance of the film Battle of the River Plate, 1956 via

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Her Majesty the Queen shakes hands with Marilyn Monroe during presentations before the Royal Command Film Performance of the film Battle of the River Plate, 1956 via

Marilyn Monroe & Arthur Miller Wedding (1956)

On June 29th Marilyn Monroe  and Arthur Miller held a press conference at Miller’s house in Roxbury, Connecticut, whose local newspaper had dryly announced the day before that:

 ‘Local Resident Will Marry Miss Monroe of Hollywood’… ‘Roxbury Only Spot in World to Greet News Calmly’.

Once the 400 pressmen had gone away, the couple sneaked off to the Westchester County Court House in nearby White Plains, where they were married.  There was not a solitary pressman or flash camera in sight.

A traditional Jewish rite later went ahead on July 1st at the home of Miller’s agent, Kay Brown, near Katonah.

Marilyn was given away by her acting teacher Lee Strasberg. There were twenty-five guests and the ceremony was performed by Rabbi Robert Goldberg.

The writer George Axelrod made a witty speech congratulating the happy couple and adapting George Bernard Shaw to wish that their children would have Arthur’s looks and Marilyn’s brains.

The newlyweds soon went off to London for the filming of The Prince and the Showgirl.

The marriage lasted five years.

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Marilyn Monroe And Arthur Miller Wedding July 1st 1956