A Marilyn Monroe set of call sheets from "Let's Make Love"
20th Century Fox, 1960. A 1950s-era manilla folder filled with over ninety pages of mimeographed call sheets from the film that starred Monroe, Yves Montand, and Tony Randall and was directed by George Cukor; dating from January 18, 1960 until the film wrapped in July of that year, these pages document in specific detail when all the actors were on the set, what time they were in make-up, and what scenes they were filming, among other bits of production information. For example, on Monroe's thirty-fourth birthday [June 1, 1960], the call sheets note that they were filming the "Specialization Int. Theatre" scene; the call sheet dated "2-11-60 Thur" notes that "if Miss Monroe still ill, company will / continue on stage 11 then move to stage 14."
12 x 9in