Tag Archives: France

Marilyn in the Blogosphere

First, some sad news: Grauman’s Chinese Theatre is to be sold, reports Melinda at The MMM Blog. Dressing Marilyn, an illustrated tribute to William Travilla’s costume designs for Marilyn, will be released in October. By Andrew Hansford and Karen Homer, … Continue reading

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Poupoupidou (Nobody Else But You) is a new French movie from writer-director Gerald Hustache-Mathieu. Not only is its title inspired by a line from Marilyn’s ‘I Wanna Be Loved By You’ from Some Like It Hot, but the film is … Continue reading

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Fragments in Translation

The French author, Tiphaine Samoyault, has spoken to Liberation France about her latest translation, Marilyn Monroe’s Fragments. (Note: this interview has been translated from French to English. I apologise in advance for any errors!) “A strong, full experience” Translator of James … Continue reading

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Lives of the Stars

A new French publication… Explore this issue of the new collection “People”, tracing the path of the biggest stars of the twentieth century. From Madonna to Romy Schneider, Johnny Hallyday to Michael Jackson, Find the personalities that have marked our … Continue reading

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Marilyn et Yves

The affair between Marilyn and Yves Montand, while filming Let’s Make Love in 1960, is the subject of a new book in French, Les Sentiments (‘Feelings’) by Agnes Michaux, to be published on September 1st. Thanks to Chris at Club … Continue reading

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Fragments, Deluxe Edition

Now available for pre-order on Amazon.Fr – thanks to Fraser Penney for the heads-up! (PS: this edition is in French)

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