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Personal Property (1937) was a Comedy - Romance Film directed by W.S. Van Dyke and produced by John W. Considine Jr..

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The Films of Jean Harlow: Personal Property (1937)

By Kristen on Mar 15, 2012 From Journeys in Classic Film

Another less than good movie and we’re coming down to the final days of Jean Harlow and her films. ?Personal Property was released three months before her death and while the story is lifeless, it’s evident Harlow herself is in ill health which ultimately colors the movie as a whole. ?A ... Read full article


Personal Property(1937).

By Dawn on Jan 29, 2012 From Noir and Chick Flicks

Personal Property(1937). Romantic/comedy. Cast: Jean Harlow and Robert Taylor and directed by W.S. Van Dyke. It is based on the play The Man In Possession by H.M. Harwood. The story begins when, Dabney Lingerie and Underwear, hits hard times and Claude Dabney makes plans on marrying a wealthy Ameri... Read full article


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Claude Dabney: Miss Briggs, how many years have you been making what for convenience I call my tea?
Miss Briggs: What's wrong with it this time, Mr. Dabney?
Claude Dabney: Why nothing... except that it tastes absolutely filthy.


Crystal Wetherby: And while we're asking so many questions, why were YOU sent to jail?
Raymond Dabney: Murder.
Crystal Wetherby: I wish it had been suicide!


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Throughout the film, Jean wears a star sapphire ring, a sort of engagement ring from her boyfriend William Powell.
The original play opened in London on 22 January 1930, and on Broadway on 1 November 1930.
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