The Films of Jean Harlow
by Michael Conway and Mark Ricci
Publisher: The Citadel Press
This book is in good condition. Softcover. This is a used book with some shelf wear. Please look at the pictures to ascertain the condition and state of this item. If you have any questions, please ask. The boards are lightly worn along the edges and corners with some surface rubbing. Hinges tight. Binding sturdy. The text block is crisp and clean. There is a price sticker on the front cover. 158 pages. -
--ABOUT THIS ITEM--
Jean Harlow was an iconic American actress known for her beauty and talent during the Golden Age of Hollywood. Born in 1911, she rose to fame in the 1930s, becoming one of the era's leading sex symbols and a prominent figure in films. Harlow's platinum blonde hair, distinctive voice, and energetic on-screen presence captured audiences' hearts. Her filmography includes classics like "Dinner at Eight" and "Red Dust," where she often played bold and seductive characters. Harlow's career was cut tragically short when she died at the young age of 26 in 1937 due to kidney failure. Her untimely death shocked the entertainment world. Despite her short life, Jean Harlow left an indelible mark on the history of cinema, cementing her status as an enduring Hollywood legend. Her contributions to film and her influence on fashion and beauty standards of the time continue to be celebrated and remembered today.
Item Dimensions: 11.0 inches x 8.5 inches