Jean Harlow


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Related to Jean Harlow: Katharine Hepburn, Clark Gable
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Noun1.Jean Harlow - United States film actress who made several films with Clark Gable (1911-1937)Jean Harlow - United States film actress who made several films with Clark Gable (1911-1937)
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1911: Jean Harlow (Harlean Carpenter), the platinum blonde actress, was born in Kansas City.
1911: Jean Harlow, actress, was born in Kansas City.
The authors use famous actresses of the silver screen, such as Bette Davis, Jean Harlow, Ginger Rogers, and Joan Crawford, as secondary characters to lend authenticity to the setting; however, none of the characters demonstrate any development.
The consummate performer is slated to wear multiple creations by the British designer, custom-designed and inspired by screen siren Jean Harlow, WWD (http://wwd.
And Jean Harlow was concerned about the potential by-products of worldwide plastic digestion.
Her hair colour is now platinum blonde, inspired by that other Hollywood icon, Jean Harlow.
1911: Jean Harlow (pictured), the platinum blonde actress, was born in Kansas City.
Roosevelt, Adolf Hitler, Jean Harlow, the Scottsboro Boys, and Howard Hughes.
BORN JEAN Harlow, film actress, 1911, above ALEXANDER Graham Bell, inventor, 1847 JACKIE Joyner-Kersee, athlete, 1962 DIED LOU Costello, American actor, 1959, above DANNY Kaye, American actor, 1987 SAINT Katharine Drexel, nun, 1985
She said that she grew up watching black and white movies with her mum and used to watch Bette Davis, Jean Harlow and so on.
AS for whose mind he'd really like to explore, Coppola said, "It'd be cool to get into the minds of Errol Flynn and Jean Harlow.
Cleopatra is a Jean Harlow look-alike, a platinum blonde with mountains of makeup.