Rare: Some of the most arresting ‘forgotten’ shots of Marilyn Monroe will go on show in New York after art researchers took more than two years to find them. This shot was taken by sound engineer Lani Carlson.
Joking around: Allan Snyder depicted the star with a Mountie during the filming of River of No Return in 1953.
Modelling work: This image by Mischa Pelz, a friend of the rising film star, was taken when he was hired to shoot lawn furniture with her as the model soon before the release of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes in 1953.
This photo by Allan (Whitey) Snyder was taken during the filming of the movie “Niagara,” in upstate New York. There were no other photographers around, it was only Snyder and Marilyn taking pictures in between takes as a way to relax.
Relaxed: This image by Lani Carlson, a sound engineer who faked being a photographer for the Chicago Tribune, showed the film star playing with a dog on film sets. Carlson gained a valuable half hour of her time..
Waiting for someone: This image by Milton Greene was taken in April 1956 during filming for Bus Stop.
Dressing down: A relaxed shot by Allan Snyder of Marilyn during the filming of River of No Return in 1953.
Horsing around: Another shot on the River of No Return set showed the star with a horse in wild countryside.
Unseen: An image by Lani Carlson. The show will reopen tomorrow at the Sumo Gallery in Manhattan, running until this Saturday, after going on display earlier this summer in Hollywood and San Francisco.
Glamorous: A 1952 shot by sound engineer Lani Carlson. Ten years later, the star died tragically young at 36….
(Source: New York Daily News)