Marilyn Monroe photographed by Richard Miller, 1946.
I said to Norma Jeane: “Sit on the highway, it represents Life! You have a long way to go!”
It all started here, in 1945. Norma Jeane was 19; just started modeling. This was her first professional assignment. I was madly in love with her, and wanted to take many, many pictures of her.
Why I wanted that, it’s a long story, yet to tell.
While photographing this, looking at the tiny little white stars on her red skirt, unconsciously, I began prognosticating to her, that, she will become very famous! That those little stars meant great fame! Yet, I had no idea why I said that! It just happened!
- André de Dienes, photographer & friend
Quand elle devint blonde, en 46 :
Marilyn Monroe (middle) on a float at the Hollywood Christmas Parade promoting the Alan Young Radio Show, 1946.
Divers, 45-46 :
Marilyn Monroe photographed by Earl Moran, 1946.
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