Jean harlow

Jean Harlow was present at the gala grand opening of the art deco  Cinnabar Restaurant in December 1936

Jean Harlow was present at the gala grand opening of the art deco Cinnabar Restaurant in December 1936

Jean Harlow (1911-1937), 1930s. The first Platinum Blonde Bombshell of the Cinema. She lived fast and died young.

Jean Harlow (1911-1937), 1930s. The first Platinum Blonde Bombshell of the Cinema. She lived fast and died young.

Actress Jean Harlow (1911 - 1937): The original platinum blonde, is one of Hollywood's greatest tragedies, dying suddenly at the age of 26 years old.

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Actress Jean Harlow (1911 - 1937): The original platinum blonde, is one of Hollywood's greatest tragedies, dying suddenly at the age of 26 years old.

Jean Harlow Clark Gable BOTH SO FUNNY AND BEAUTIFUL :)

Jean Harlow Clark Gable BOTH SO FUNNY AND BEAUTIFUL :)

Jean Harlow -- In my fantasy life I would wear this everyday! Love the feathers, the sparkle, the hair, just love! :-D

Jean Harlow -- In my fantasy life I would wear this everyday! Love the feathers, the sparkle, the hair, just love! :-D

Jean Harlow color photo print ad portrait movie star icon boudoir robe white fur silk satin 30s art deco

Jean Harlow color photo print ad portrait movie star icon boudoir robe white fur silk satin 30s art deco

Jean Harlow - 1930 - Publicity still for Hell’s Angels

Jean Harlow - 1930 - Publicity still for Hell’s Angels

George Hurrell...possibly my favorite photographer. I am crazy in love with this photo of Jean Harlow.

George Hurrell...possibly my favorite photographer. I am crazy in love with this photo of Jean Harlow.

Jean Harlow. I've only seen her one movie so far (China Seas) but I want to watch more

Jean Harlow. I've only seen her one movie so far (China Seas) but I want to watch more

Jean Harlow - 1930's  She used to get in trouble on the set because those long, satin gowns were very clingy and she refused to wear underware, so oftentimes, her public hair would show. It caused quite a fuss several times.

Jean Harlow - 1930's She used to get in trouble on the set because those long, satin gowns were very clingy and she refused to wear underware, so oftentimes, her public hair would show. It caused quite a fuss several times.

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