3 edition of films of Jean Harlow found in the catalog.
films of Jean Harlow
|Statement||by Michael Conway and Mark Ricci.|
|Contributions||Ricci, Mark, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||PN2287.H24 C6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||159|
|LC Control Number||65015491|
The Jean Harlow Films by James L. Neibaur - Paperback Book () for $ from Movies & TV McFarland & Company Series - Order by Phone Brand: McFarland & Company, Inc. Harlean Carpenter, who later became Jean Harlow, was born in Kansas City, Missouri, on March 3, She was the daughter of a successful dentist and his wife. In , at the age of 16, she ran away from home to marry a young businessman named Charles McGrew, who was The couple pulled up stakes and moved to Los Angeles, not long after.
The films of Jean Harlow. K likes. "I like to wake up each morning feeling a new man." Jean Harlow “Underwear makes me uncomfortable and besides my parts have to breathe.” Jean HarlowFollowers: K. The Films of Jean Harlow: Suzy () Well it seems Wife vs. Secretary was a fluke because another weak movie today. It’s not that Suzy’s bad, it just doesn’t know if it wants to be a war film with spies and intrigue, or a Jean Harlow romance.
Two of the recent films in which she starred were “Libelled Lady,” with William Powell, and “China Seas,” with Clark Gable and Wallace Beery. Her Career as a Film Star Jean Harlow, the film Author: Guardian Staff. Harlow is a fictionalized drama based on the life of film star Jean Harlow, released in , with Carol Lynley in the title role. It was released shortly before Paramount Pictures' film on the same was Ginger Rogers' last film appearance. The film was directed by Alex by: Nelson Riddle.
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The Films of Jean Harlow Paperback – July 1, by Michael Conway (Editor), Mark Ricci (Editor) out of 5 stars 10 ratings/5(10). The Films of Jean Harlow Hardcover – January 1, by Michael Conway (Author) out of 5 stars 10 ratings/5(10).
Harlow appeared in films from toand in his book Neibaur devotes a chapter to each year and discusses the films she made within that time. These include such classics as “The Public Enemy” and “Dinner at Eight” as well as some lesser known movies, like the gangster film “The Beast of the City.”5/5(5).
Films of Jean Harlow book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A guide to the films of Jean Harlow. Jean Harlow had a short but memorable movie career.
She mixed sex and comedy with such ease. She was glamorous, funny, and vulnerable. The book covers all of her films, but be aware that there are plot spoilers/5.
The Films of Jean Harlow book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. One of the great icons of s Hollywood film, Jean Harlow died 4/5(1). 35 rows Jean Harlow (–) was an American actress, films of Jean Harlow book for her sense of humor.
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The films of Jean Harlow. [Michael Conway, (Film historian); Mark Ricci]. Jean Harlow was Favorite of the Month during the month of January Our Harlow Film Reviews during her tme as Favorite of the month in January The Girl From Missouri, () Personal Property, () Reckless, () Red Dust, () (Lynn) Platinum Blonde, () Bombshell, () RiffRaff, ().
A playboy (Robert Taylor) is coaxed into keeping an eye on a bankrupt widow (Harlow), in the romantic comedy " Personal Property " ().
And in Jean's final film, " Saratoga " (), she's a horse breeder's daughter who's drawn to a bookie (Clark Gable). With Lionel Barrymore. Also includes " Bombshell, " ". The Girl from Missouri. Get this from a library. The Jean Harlow films. [James L Neibaur] -- "One of the great icons of s Hollywood film, Jean Harlow died a tragically early death in at age Taking a film-by-film look at Harlow's work and her own impressions of her costars and.
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About the Book One of the powerful icons of s Hollywood film, Jean Harlow died a tragically early death in at age During her brief career, she delivered memorable performances in such MGM classics as Red Dust(), Bombshell(), Dinner at Eight() and Libeled Lady(), among others.
Despite Ms. harlow's life being so wrought with love affairs and scandal, this book stays on task and keeps to reviewing and summarizing her films. I love that it features several of the hard to find and lesser seen Harlow films and include the paper reviews from the film's heyday.5/5(2). Photoplay editions were editions produced to accompany silent films and the early motion pictures of the sound era when movies were known as photoplays.
Popular with many book collectors, these books were published mainly in the s and s. Jean Harlow, Actress: Bombshell. Harlean Carpenter, who later became Jean Harlow, was born in Kansas City, Missouri, on March 3, She was the daughter of a successful dentist and his wife.
Inat the age of 16, she ran away from home to marry a young businessman named Charles McGrew, who was The couple pulled up stakes and moved to Los Angeles, not Born: Other notable films included; The Secret Six (), her first film with Clark Gable, The Public Enemy () with James Cagney, Dinner at Eight () with John and Lionel Barrymore, Bombshell () with Lee Tracy, Hold your Man () with Clark Gable and in she was again paired with Gable in China Seas ().
The Films of Jean Harlow: Wife vs. Secretary () I feel like I’ve been harsh on the films of Jean Harlow. It’s not that their bad movies, I just expected more from them more humor, more heart, and I haven’t Continue Reading The Films of Jean Harlow: Wife vs.
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Jean Harlow Filmography show list info. This is a list of most of the movies starring Jean Harlow. It doesn't include any shorts or uncredited appearances. Harlow appeared in films from toand in his book Neibaur devotes a chapter to each year and discusses the films she made within that time.
These include such classics as “The Public Enemy” and “Dinner at Eight” as well as some lesser known movies, like the gangster film “The Beast of the City.”Reviews: 5.
During her brief career, she delivered memorable performances in such MGM classics as Red Dust (), Bombshell (), Dinner at Eight () and Libeled Lady (), among others.
Taking a film-by-film look at Harlow’s work and her own impressions of her costars and directors, this retrospective traces her growth as an actress—from Pages: Harlow is a American biographical film directed by Gordon Douglas about the life of film star Jean stars Carroll Baker in the title role, and Raf Vallone, Red Buttons, Angela Lansbury, Peter Lawford, Martin Balsam, and Leslie Nielsen in supporting roles.
It was released by Paramount Pictures, shortly after another film with the same title and on: Harlow: An Intimate Biography, by .Jean Harlow, American actress who was the original Blonde Bombshell. Known initially for her striking beauty and forthright sexuality, Harlow developed considerably as an actress, but she died prematurely at the height of her career.
Her movies included Hell’s Angels, Red Dust, Dinner at Eight, and Bombshell.