Rare Hollywood Icons’ Beachside Moments Unearthed in Exclusive Vintage Photo Collection

Rare Hollywood Icons’ Beachside Moments Unearthed in Exclusive Vintage Photo Collection

Rare Vintage Photos Unveil Hollywood’s Golden Age Icons Enjoying Beachside Leisure

A unique collection of vintage photographs obtained by DailyMail.com showcases Hollywood’s Golden Age stars, including Marilyn Monroe, Raquel Welch, Elizabeth Taylor, Sean Connery, and Elvis Presley, capturing moments of leisure at the beach and poolside.

The exclusive series, many snapped by renowned photographer Frank Worth, offers glimpses of the iconic celebrities in a relaxed and playful ambiance.

A Treasure Trove from Art Collector Klaus Moeller

Klaus Moeller, CEO of Globe Entertainment and Media, shared these rare images, expressing his fondness for these beach-themed snapshots, which he feels reveal a vibrant and carefree side of these revered entertainers.

Moeller, acquiring an extensive archive of 25 million images dating back to the 1930s, still delves through numerous catalogs, finding joy in uncovering these iconic personalities enjoying sunny moments.

Intimate Photography by Frank Worth

Frank Worth’s close relationships with Hollywood icons like Marilyn Monroe, Raquel Welch, Elizabeth Taylor, and James Dean granted him access to classic film sets, enabling candid captures of these stars. His black and white shots showcased moments like Elizabeth Taylor in a bikini top on the set of ‘Giant’ and Marilyn Monroe’s captivating pose in a black swimsuit, offering an unconventional and candid perspective on these iconic figures.

Unseen Glimpses of Iconic Figures

Some of Worth’s most beloved photographs include Marilyn Monroe’s relaxed demeanor in a black swimsuit, Raquel Welch’s striking appearance in a white bikini, and Sean Connery’s portrayal of James Bond on the set of ‘Thunderball.’ The collection also features Elvis Presley filming ‘Blue Hawaii’ and a charming photo of Marilyn Monroe and Tony Curtis at the Casa del Coronado Hotel while shooting ‘Some Like It Hot.’

Moeller’s Humanitarian Ventures

While immersed in archiving historical photos, Moeller dedicates himself to charitable causes, supporting orphanages, schools for handicapped children, and centers for street children worldwide.

He actively participates in non-profit charity events, leveraging his art collections to raise funds. Additionally, he annually organizes the LA Comic-Con, a prominent multimedia pop culture event in Los Angeles, attended by devoted fans.

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