Marilyn Monroe – American Airlines (AA-20)
February 1956 — One of Milton’s many unique skills was that he always brought an editorial viewpoint to commercial accounts _ because of that, advertising agencies loved him. The highest paid editorial photographer in the world at that time, Milton came up with the concept of celebrities flying American Airlines. The agents to the era’s biggest stars were asked if they thought their clients would be willing to participate in the campaign, and the telephones rang off the wall. Everybody who was anybody wanted to be part of the campaign, not to mention the fact that for five years, first-class accommodation would be provided for participating celebrities and their families. A phenomenal campaign ensued with a superior cast, including, of course, Marilyn Monroe.
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Image Size: 16×18 inches – Paper Size: 19×23 inches
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Image Size: 19.55×22 inches – Paper Size: 22×27 inches
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