During his long and storied career, photographer Frank Worth became great friends with many of Hollywood’s top stars, including James Dean, Frank Sinatra and Marilyn Monroe, captured here—alongside a super-snappy Sammy Davis—in an iconic black-and-white still from 1953. The photographer allegedly had a love affair with Monroe, which he only admitted a few months before his death. Sammy must have been jealous.
Unframed. Paper size is W 11" H 17". Print includes white border.