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    .@golden_hollywood | Jean Harlow #jeanharlow #actress #beautiful #classic #georgehurrell #elegant... | Webstagram - the best Instagram viewer

  • Laurel Willis

    1935: American actress Jean Harlow (1911 - 1937) wearing a negligee with jewelled straps. (Photo by George Hurrell)

  • Nancy Miller

    George Hurrell - The Master of Hollywood Glamour Photography. Jean Harlow, the "Blond Bombshell"

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Jean Harlow-colorized...kind of obscene, the original dress was likely gray...

Jean Harlow (born Harlean Harlow Carpenter) was an American film actress and sex symbol of the 1930s. She died of renal failure during the filming of Saratoga in 1937 at the age of 26. The film was completed using doubles and released a little over a month after Harlow's death. The American Film Institute ranked her among the greatest movie stars. | 1911-1937

So stunning. Her hair always seems to glow and light up her eyes. Jean Harlow.

Jean Harlow looking beautiful in a white tennis outfit. #vintage #1930s par Vintage-Stars sur Flickr

Jean Harlow...By the mid-1930s, Harlow was one of the biggest stars in the United States and, it was hoped, MGM's next Greta Garbo.

Jean Harlow.. After being signed by director Howard Hughes, Harlow's first major appearance was in Hell's Angels (1930), followed by a series of critically unsuccessful films, before signing with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer in 1932. Harlow became a leading lady for MGM, starring in a string of hit films including Red Dust (1932), Dinner at Eight (1933), Reckless (1935) and Suzy (1936). Among her frequent co-stars were William Powell, Spencer Tracy and, in six films, Clark Gable.