Jean Harlow

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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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The film steps back in time from 1928 to 1947, when Hughes (Leonardo DiCaprio) became famous for his romantic dalliances with leading ladies Katharine Hepburn (Cate Blanchett) and Jean Harlow (Gwen Stefani).
ALETTER written and signed by Hollywood's original Blonde Bombshell, Jean Harlow,is expected to attract international interest when it goes under the hammer at a Chester auction house next week.
Neither was/is Jean Harlow,Marilyn Monroe, Brigitte Bardot or Madonna.
The singer - married to British singer Gavin Rossdale from rock act Bush - will play blonde bombshell Jean Harlow in The Aviator.
``They can get out of tight spots better than we can and it's not every day you get to get to drive a car on the sidewalk of Hollywood Boulevard over the stars of James Dean and Jean Harlow.''
Think Hollywood icons Marlene Dietrich and Jean Harlow, take inspiration from Michael Kors and Dolce and Gabbana.
She is currently filming her big- screen debut, playing platinum blonde film icon Jean Harlow, alongside Leonardo DiCaprio in The Aviator.
* Jean Harlow, Hollywood's first blonde bombshell dyed her hair with a mixture of peroxide, household bleach, soapflakes and ammonia.
GWEN Stefani will play Hollywood screen legend Jean Harlow in The Aviator, a film about Howard Hughes starring Leonardo DiCaprio as the billionaire.
What about a sultry Jean Harlow bedroom, complete with dressing vanity and fringe boudoir lamps?
He distilled the best and most flattering effects of stage lighting by employing high spotlights to illuminate arms and upper bodies and cross spotlights on legs to make them appear longer, ymour did for dancers what Hollywood portraitist George Hurrell had been doing for Jean Harlow, Joan Crawford, Greta Garbo, Clark Gable, and other larger-than-life film stars.
It was the inimitable Mae West commenting on original platinum blonde bombshell, Jean Harlow.