Marilyn and the actor Wally Cox in the back of a limo.
"Wally looked at me and said, 'We're going to Mulholland. Why don't you come along?' He meant they were going to Marlow Brando's house, which was on Mulholland Drive above Bel Air. ... Instead of getting into their limo, I said I'd follow in my own car. That would be better, because I'd be able to leave when I wanted to."
"Okay, see you!" Marilyn squealed, and the limo took off, leaving me behind to run as fast as I could to my car in the parking lot. They were not waiting for me, and the fact was that I didn't know where on Mulholland Drive Brando lived."
Text excerpted from Marilyn & Me: A Photographer's Memories (Nan A. Talese / Doubleday).