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Marilyn Monroe - March 1953 - attending the premiere of Call me Madam, a play performed by Ethel Merman, her partner in There's No Business Like Show Business - at the Fox Ritz Theatre, 5214 Wilshire Boulevard, LA

moon-of-baroda.jpg En 1953 Marilyn Monroe porte ce diamant a l'occasion de la première de la comédie musicale "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" (les hommes préfèrent les blondes) de Howard Hawks où elle fait la promotion des diamants en chantant "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend" (les diamants sont les meilleurs amis de la femme).

moon-of-baroda.jpg En 1953 Marilyn Monroe porte ce diamant a l'occasion de la première de la comédie musicale "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" (les hommes préfèrent les blondes) de Howard Hawks où elle fait la promotion des diamants en chantant "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend" (les diamants sont les meilleurs amis de la femme).

The 24.04 carat pear-shaped canary yellow Moon of Baroda was part of the treasure of the Maharajas of Baroda for over 500 years. In 1953 Marilyn Monroe wore the gem for the film Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, singing, “Diamonds are a Girl’s Best Friend.”

The 24.04 carat pear-shaped canary yellow Moon of Baroda was part of the treasure of the Maharajas of Baroda for over 500 years. In 1953 Marilyn Monroe wore the gem for the film Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, singing, “Diamonds are a Girl’s Best Friend.”

Replica of the Moon of Baroda, a 24.04ct yellow diamond once owned by Indian and Austrian royalty. It was purchased by Meyer Rosenbaum in 1940 and lent to Marilyn to wear to the premiere of “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes” in 1956. In August 2012, the Moon of Baroda was appraised at $1,900,000!

Replica of the Moon of Baroda, a 24.04ct yellow diamond once owned by Indian and Austrian royalty. It was purchased by Meyer Rosenbaum in 1940 and lent to Marilyn to wear to the premiere of “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes” in 1956. In August 2012, the Moon of Baroda was appraised at $1,900,000!

Revista de America - March 4th 1961, magazine from Mexico. Front cover photo of Marilyn Monroe as she appeared at the 'Cinerama' party held at the Cocoanut Grove, January 1953.

Revista de America - March 4th 1961, magazine from Mexico. Front cover photo of Marilyn Monroe as she appeared at the 'Cinerama' party held at the Cocoanut Grove, January 1953.

4 Mars 1953 / (PART III) Accompagnée de Joe, Marilyn se rend à la Première de la pièce "Call me madam", dont le rôle principal est jouée par Ethel MERMAN, une de ses partenaires dans le film "There's no business like show business" ; Marilyn trouve également Donald O'CONNOR, lui aussi son partenaire dans le même film, convié à la représentation.

4 Mars 1953 / (PART III) Accompagnée de Joe, Marilyn se rend à la Première de la pièce "Call me madam", dont le rôle principal est jouée par Ethel MERMAN, une de ses partenaires dans le film "There's no business like show business" ; Marilyn trouve également Donald O'CONNOR, lui aussi son partenaire dans le même film, convié à la représentation.

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