MARILYN MONROE 1950-52 Original Photo by Bob Beerman Pin-Up of The Year! RARE++

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MARILYN MONROE 1950-52 Original Photo by Bob Beerman Pin-Up of The Year! RARE++
MARILYN MONROE 1950-52 Original Photo by Bob Beerman Pin-Up of The Year! RARE++
MARILYN MONROE 1950-52 Original Photo by Bob Beerman Pin-Up of The Year! RARE++
MARILYN MONROE 1950-52 Original Photo by Bob Beerman Pin-Up of The Year! RARE++
MARILYN MONROE 1950-52 Original Photo by Bob Beerman Pin-Up of The Year! RARE++
MARILYN MONROE 1950-52 Original Photo by Bob Beerman Pin-Up of The Year! RARE++

MARILYN MONROE 1950-52 Original Photo by Bob Beerman Pin-Up of The Year! RARE++
MARILYN MONROE 1950-52 ORIGINAL PHOTO BY BOB BEERMAN ORIGINAL CAPTION. Description : Marilyn Monroe photographed by Bob Beerman, on Oct 10, 1950, a staff at Modern Screen. A few of the images did appear in a 1951 issue of the magazine. Marilyn was wearing a black. Turtleneck, white shorts, and black strappy sandals as she sits on a chaise lounge chair. Original & vintage Caption reads. Provocative Twentieth Century Fox Star soon. Seen in “Don’t Bother To Knock, ” co-starring with Richard Widmark. Had her picture selected as. The “Outstanding pin-up photo of the Year” in a contest sponsored by Screen Album Magazine. Also featured in the next (April) issue of the magasine is a photo of Dale Robertson, Star of Twentieth. Century-Fox new Thechnicolor film, “Lydia Bailey”. With was selected as the best portrait of. A male screen Star. Pictures, snapped by Bob Beerman, were picked by a group of distinguished Hollywood. They were Louella Parson and Sheila Grahams. Hollywood columnists ; Clarence Bull, Chief of MGM’s photo department ; Frank Powolny. Chief portrait photographer, 20th Century-Fox; George Fisher, CBS motion picture editor. Jim McCulla, Liberty Braidcasting commentator, and Mike Connely, Hollywood Reporter columnist. Description : Original & Vintage black and white photograph. Type : Pin-Up of the Year photo selection. Dated : Apr 9, 1952 Reference Dept. Size : 7 X 8 1/4. Tone : Black and White. Finish : Lustre, Double-Weight, silver gel. Photographer : Bob Beerman (mentioned in the original caption). Provenance : Associated Press, Reference dept dead files. Very good, some light. Small waving due to glued caption on the verso. Dated Apr 9, 1952 (purple ink stamp) Reference Dept. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED VINTAGE ORIGINAL 1950-52 MARILYN MONROE PHOTOGRAPH. (1926 – 1962) was an American actress, model and singer. Famous for playing comedic. Characters, she became one of the most popular SEX SYMBOLS. Of the 1950s and early 1960s. Long after her death, Monroe remains a major icon of Pop Culture. In 1999, the American Film Institute. Ranked her SIXTH (6) on their list of the. GREATEST FEMALE SCREEN LEGENDS FROM THE GOLD AGE OF HOLLYWOOD. Note : Don’t Bother to. Is a 1952 American psychological thriller. WE SELL ONLY ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPHS, THE FROLIC LOGO DOES NOT APPEAR ON THE ACTUAL PHOTO. Our photographs are truly valuable and a great investment. The clarity offered in original photographs can be. Tailored to any special design, one-of-a-kind wall murale? Some were used to create 10 X 15 feet exclusive. Wall design at home or office. NO COPYRIGHTS GIVEN – FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY. Frolic Gallery & memorabilia Inc, is a Quebec Inc. For an estimate of these charges, we suggest you contact your local post office or local Government. ALL THE ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPHS WE SELL, ARE PART OF THE FROLIC 100 YEARS OLD COLLECTION.
MARILYN MONROE 1950-52 Original Photo by Bob Beerman Pin-Up of The Year! RARE++

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