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Tribune art criticOne of the most widely reproduced photographs of a film star is the image of James Dean slogging through Times Square. It was taken by Dennis Stock, a member of Magnum, the photo agency founded in Paris in 1947. The picture long has been central to...
Tags: Alfred Hitchcock, James Dean, Robert Capa, Movies, John Huston
Tribune theater criticOn the nervous, much-photographed movie set of "The Misfits," Henri Cartier-Bresson took a picture of Arthur Miller scrunched in a director's chair. In the picture, just behind the writer, Miller's then-wife Marilyn Monroe is receiving advice from her...
Apr 16, 2002 |Story| Metromix
Oct 6, 2004 |Story| Chicago Tribune
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