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Jean Harlow Fans


Jean Harlow Fans

For admirers, enthusiasts and friends of Harlow, her work & the films themselves.

Location: the World over!
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Latest Activity: Jun 25, 2018

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Lets hear from you!

Started by Marcus. Last reply by Marcus Jul 17, 2012. 40 Replies

I thought I'd like to start out by saying welcome, and that Miss Harlow deserves this group. I feel it's overdue. question to you and yours is (everybody), "when did you first discover Jean's…Continue


Started by Marcus. Last reply by Marcus Jul 30, 2011. 6 Replies

Merry Holiday season, friends! I have a question for ya'...Which film do you think best typifies Jean's legacy to cinema?…Continue

Tags: Bombshell, Blonde

Question for ya'...

Started by Marcus. Last reply by Keith Alan Burrows Feb 1, 2011. 4 Replies

Here's the question; Jean Harlow died so very young, with her life full of so much promise. If she HAD lived, do you think she could have gone on making films & being a popular film star--or…Continue

Tags: Fans, Bombshell, Blonde, Original, The

Labor Day Tragedy-1932

Started by Marcus. Last reply by Heather Dingley Nov 16, 2010. 10 Replies

Hello friends: As the Labor Day holiday draws near here in the U.S.A, we approach the aniversary of a couple of tragedies from the House of MGM, namely the death & scandal of Paul Bern & the…Continue

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Comment by Marcus on March 5, 2016 at 5:12am

Happy Birthday to Jean! Here in USA, there were her films shown on her day, including " 3 WIse Girls", "Hold You Man", "The Girl From Missouri" and "Personal Property."

My God, I've been away long...I have very bad eyes now and hopefully, they will be able to restore my sight soon. Cataracts and diabetic eye mixed. Sorry folks for the long wait...

Comment by Marcus on March 5, 2016 at 5:11am

Comment by Marcus on March 5, 2016 at 5:09am

Comment by kareng on June 10, 2015 at 8:44pm

Love that colour photo of Jean from Platinum Blonde.  Great to see you back Marcus.  Sorry to hear about your eyesight problems.  All the best to you with the laser surgery!  kareng

Here's a fav of mine of Jean from 1932.

Comment by Marcus on June 9, 2015 at 1:52am

Below; Still the Platinum Blonde, before the softer "Brownette".

Comment by Marcus on June 9, 2015 at 1:51am

Comment by Marcus on June 9, 2015 at 1:41am

A lovely poster for "Wife Vs. Secretary"-1936 This was the direction her on screen persona was going after the 1934 Production Code crackdown. Sadly, it would only be a few more films before her illness forced a cessation to her career. I'd like to think her films of the late 30's & 40's would have been more like this one had ill fate not interceded.

Comment by Marcus on June 9, 2015 at 1:28am

my-movie-madness: “Wife versus. Secretary” (1936)Jean Harlow reveals some acting skills picked up over the 5 years she was in movies. She held her own as a real actress in this movie.(One of my favorites).

Comment by Marcus on June 6, 2015 at 12:07am
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