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How Many Films did Clark Gable and Jean Harlow Star in Together?

Classic Movie Hub Blog Posted by Annmarie Gatti on May 18, 2021

How Many Films did Clark Gable andJean Harlow Star in Together? The King of Hollywood and The Blonde Bombshell, Clark Gable and Jean Harlow “She didn’t want to be famous. She wanted to be happy.”-Clark Gable (about Jean Harlow) Clark Gable and Jean Harlow starred in SIX films together read more

You're Invited! Online Pre-Code STYLE OF SIN Series Continues 9/20 with Jean Harlow

GlamAmor Posted by on Sep 3, 2020

September is here and the next month or so is going to be filled with events! It all starts September 20 with the next in my online Pre-Code series THE STYLE OF SIN. The third event in the 6-part series focuses on the early life and style of Jean Harlow with stories behind the st read more

When Funny People Die: Jean Harlow

Cary Grant Won't Eat You Posted by Judy on Sep 30, 2019

I’ve been thinking about how hard it is to grieve the loss of a funny person. The grim process of American funerals—the still church/mortuary, the solemn rituals, and the steady tears—can feel inappropriate when mourning the loss of someone who enjoyed breaking conventions, who made read more

You're Invited! Presenting STYLE OF SIN: JEAN HARLOW at Egyptian Theatre 8/25

GlamAmor Posted by on Aug 13, 2019

Sunday, August 25 is the next event in my 6-part Pre-Code speaker/screening series at the American Cinematheque! THE STYLE OF SIN: JEAN HARLOW PRE-CODE FILM WITH KIMBERLY TRUHLER Sunday, August 25 Egyptian Theatre Hollywood, CA Talk starts at 1:00 pm  followed by screenings of Three read more

The Jean Harlow Blogathon – The subversive message of Wife vs. Secretary (1936)

The Old Hollywood Garden Posted by Carol Martinheira on Mar 2, 2019

The Jean Harlow Blogathon – The subversive message of Wife vs. Secretary (1936) On March 2, 2019 By CarolIn Uncategorized The silly title of Wife vs. Secretary (dir. Clarence Brown, 1936) could easily fool you. And the plot could very well make y read more

Dicas de beleza de Jean Harlow / Jean Harlow's beauty tips

Critica Retro Posted by Lê on Mar 2, 2019

Dicas de beleza de Jean Harlow / Jean Harlow's beauty tips Jean Harlow é uma das minhas atrizes favoritas. Ela podia fazer tanto comédia quanto drama com perfeição, ela seduzia como ninguém, ela era charmosa e tinha um sorriso adorável – na verdade, eu acredito que ela era uma pessoa read more

The Jean Harlow Blogathon is here!

The Wonderful World of Cinema Posted by Virginie Pronovost on Mar 1, 2019

I’m glad to say that, today, we finally start to honour the sparkling Jean Harlow! I’m hosting the Jean Harlow Blogathon with my friend Samantha from Musings of A Classic Film Addict! This is the first blogathon we are hosting together and it is an honour for me! Her blog is fantastic! read more

When Jean Harlow Became a Star: ‘Hell’s Angels’ (Howard Hughes, 1930)

The Wonderful World of Cinema Posted by Virginie Pronovost on Mar 1, 2019

I JUST watched Hell’s Angels. It was about time. Here, I’m not talking about a film on the motorcycle club, but about Howard Hughes film that involves a lot of planes, World War I and, blonde bombshell Jean Harlow. Because Jean is who we are honouring today, Samantha from Musings of A C read more

Announcing the Jean Harlow Blogathon!

The Wonderful World of Cinema Posted by Virginie Pronovost on Jan 27, 2019

Some time ago, my friend blogger Samantha from Musings of a Classic Film Addict suggested we should host a blogathon together. I love her blog so, of course, the idea was highly appealing to me! After looking at some possible subjects (there are so many!), we finally made the choice to host a bloga read more

Myrna Loy e Jean Harlow: uma amizade / Myrna Loy and Jean Harlow: a friendship

Critica Retro Posted by Lê on Sep 23, 2017

Myrna Loy e Jean Harlow: uma amizade / Myrna Loy and Jean Harlow: a friendship Myrna Williams nasceu em dois de agosto de 1905 em Helena, Montana. Harlean Carpenter nasceu em três de março de 1911 em Kansas City, Missouri. Myrna, agora com o sobrenome Loy, fez seu primeiro filme em 1925. Harl read more

Celebrating Jean Harlow on TCM

Shadows and Satin Posted by shadowsandsatin on Mar 2, 2016

Beautiful, talented, and vivacious, Jean Harlow was born on March 3, 1911, in Kansas City, Missouri. TCM is celebrating the life of this actress on Thursday, March 3rd with nine (count ’em — NINE!!) back-to-back Harlow features. Do yourself a favor and set your DVD player (or your VCR if read more

The Moment I Fell for Jean Harlow

Cary Grant Won't Eat You Posted by Judy on Jul 16, 2014

I’ll admit that I didn’t get the appeal of Jean Harlow initially. I originally saw her in a portion of the film Bombshell, and thought it dull and her annoying. I couldn’t understand why she was a sex symbol, the Marilyn Monroe of the 30s.  It took a lackluster movie in which she was riveting read more

Jean Harlow is Reckless 1935 Joan Crawford is Dancing

Pop Culture ImagineMDD Posted by ImagineMDD on Jun 27, 2014

Young and Reckless in 1935 Reckless MGM's 1935 musical melodrama is the story of a Broadway singer and dancer Mona Leslie (Jean Harlow). She and a rich playboy, Rob Harrison Jr. (Franchot Tone) marry impulsively. This is upsetting to his stuffy father. Turns out that Rob was engaged to Josephine read more

Jean Harlow in colour!

Stardust Posted by Vanessa Buttino on Apr 11, 2014

Jean Harlow in colour! "I've been looking so long at these pictures of you that I almost believe that they're real." -The Cure We're all so used to seeing Jean Harlow depicted in sparkling black and white in zesty pre-codes and sophisticated MGM dinner satires, so it comes as somewhat of a read more

The Films of Jean Harlow: Dinner at Eight (1933) (2)

Journeys in Classic Film Posted by on Jan 29, 2014

Wednesdays are getting funny over the next four months as I’m taking a Depression-era film class, appropriately titled “Depression Giggles.”  I’ll be reposting/reviewing every film we watch so you can be involved too.  Last night’s kicked things off with Dinner at Eight read more

The CMBA Film Passion 101 Blogathon: Jean Harlow in Red Dust (1932)

Shadows and Satin Posted by shadowsandsatin on Dec 3, 2013

The first movie where I saw Jean Harlow was Red Dust (1932). I’d heard of Harlow, certainly, and knew of her reputation as a platinum blonde, but I’d never seen a single performance. And what an introduction this was. For the first five minutes of the movie, it’s all rugged male and jungle, complete read more

Celluloid Fixation: Jean Harlow

Stardust Posted by Vanessa on Apr 7, 2013

Celluloid Fixation: Jean Harlow Is there a classic film star that you love just looking at? For me, it's always been Jean Harlow. I love looking through pictures of her. Posed, candid, movie stills, glamour shots - whatever! Is it because of her beauty? Obviously. Could it be because she read more

“She didn’t want to be famous, she wanted to be happy”: Remembering Jean Harlow

Comet Over Hollywood Posted by Jnpickens on Mar 3, 2013

**Above quote said by Clark Gable. Today, Comet is remembering Jean Harlow on her 102 birthday, one of the most beautiful women to grace Hollywood. “In the first sitting, I fell in love with Jean Harlow,” said photographer Charles Sinclair Bull. “She had the most beautiful and sed read more

Hall Of Fame Inductees for December: GRETA GARBO and JEAN HARLOW

All Good Things Posted by monty on Dec 23, 2012

I know I missed during an induction for my Hall of Fame last month but was busy with work and stuff. Here I am to present two inductees for the month of December though. Two of the most iconic classic film actresses ever..Greta Garbo and Jean Harlow. Both gain admittance to the Hall of Fame by virt read more

Actress of the Month: Jean Harlow

Lets Misbehave: A Tribute to Precode Hollywood Posted by Emma on May 1, 2012

For the month of May, the beautiful, sexy and bold, Jean Harlow. Need I say more. The “Blonde Bombshell”, Jean Harlow’s persona eludes sex, sex and more sex. Born in Kansas City, Missouri in 1911, Jeans film career began by accident when she was dropping her friend, aspiring ac read more