Harlow Overview:

Harlow (1965) was a Biographical - Drama Film directed by Gordon Douglas and produced by Joseph E. Levine and William Sargent.

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On Blu-ray: The Glorious Quartet of Loy, Powell, Harlow, and Tracy in Libeled Lady (1936)

By KC on Dec 22, 2020 From Classic Movies

The first time I watched Libeled Lady (1936), in the midst of my stunned teenage discovery of Jean Harlow, was on a well-worn VHS I’d borrowed from the library. What a gigantic shift it was to see it on a new Blu-ray from Warner Archive; it looks and sounds so sharp and clean it feels like a d... Read full article


Interrogation (2020) s01e09 – P.I. Charlie Shannon vs Amy Harlow 2003

on Feb 19, 2020 From The Stop Button

As I continue putting way too much thought into ?Interrogation,? this episode stands distinctly in the ?anti? non-linear department. This episode sets up both the pilot?so the penultimate episode loops back to the first?but also seems to be setting up the next?last?episode. It?s all about P.I. Andre... Read full article


A cosmic Carole...in a Harlow style?

By carole_and_co on Dec 27, 2017 From Carole & Co.

For a brief spell in the early 1930s, Carole Lombard appeared to be emulating Jean Harlow by making her hair as platinum as possible. (You could argue that peek-a-boo hairstyle was predicting the rise of Veronica Lake, who would gain stardom at the end of the decade.) Now, there's another link of so... Read full article


When Harlow was just an extra

By Emma on Jul 22, 2016 From Lets Misbehave: A Tribute to Precode Hollywood

It's hard to imagine that an actress with such obvious radiance and allure as Jean Harlow, had to battle it out with thousands of other starlets and chorus girls for extra and bit roles. It seems her star quality was not as clear to film moguls of the late 1920s as it is to contemporary viewers. ... Read full article


When Harlow was just an extra

By Emma on Jul 22, 2016 From Lets Misbehave: A Tribute to Precode Hollywood

It's hard to imagine that an actress with such obvious radiance and allure as Jean Harlow, had to battle it out with thousands of other starlets and chorus girls for extra and bit roles. It seems her star quality was not as clear to film moguls of the late 1920s as it is to contemporary viewers. ... Read full article


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Quotes from

Marino Bello: [after Paul's death] Don't say things about the dead
Jean Harlow: There's nobodydeader than i am right now. Oh, I guarantt all of you I won't be by tomorrow.


Doctor: [Last lines] She's beyond help, Mrs. Bello.
Arthur Landau: She was only 26.
Doctor: Pneumonia is somethig we haven't conquered.
Arthur Landau: She dudn't die of pneumonia. She died of life. She gave it all to everyone else, and there wasn't enough left for her.


Jean Harlow: [Crying after a bad day at the studio] Oh, Mom, all they want is my body!


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Burt Bacharach and Hal David wrote two songs for the picture, "Harlow" and "Say Goodbye," but they weren't used.
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