``He always told me about his happy days in America as a young architect,and the letter he had kept from Jean Harlow
all those years ago,'' said his niece.
The poem, written in 1926 for Jean Harlow
, was banned because it was "too hot to handle".
Critique: Another deftly crafted gem of a mystery novel by a gifted master of the genre, "The Jean Harlow
Bombshell" showcases author Mollie Cox Bryan's originality and distinctive, reader engaging, narrative storytelling style.
It hardly matters who his co-star is, for there's always terrific onscreen chemistry, be it with Joan Crawford ("Dancing Lady"), Jean Harlow
("China Seas," "Wife vs.
Hughes' affairs were legendary and his conquests included some of Hollywood's biggest names including Jean Harlow
, Katharine Hepburn, Olivia de Havilland and Ava Gardner.
And Jean Harlow
was concerned about the potential by-products of worldwide plastic digestion.
Along the way, he wined, dined and wooed some of the most accomplished actresses of his generation, notably Katharine Hepburn (immaculately portrayed by Cate Blanchett), Ava Gardner (Kate Beckinsale) and Jean Harlow
Her hair colour is now platinum blonde, inspired by that other Hollywood icon, Jean Harlow
. She dressed up the look with some soft curls to create one of the outstanding looks of the night.
1911 - Jean Harlow
(Harlean Carpenter), the platinum blonde actress, was born in Kansas City1931 The US Congress adopted The Star Spangled Banner, written by Francis Scott Key, as the national anthem.
Sarah Beaumont's Miranda is a Jean Harlow
clone in blonde wig and 30s gold lame accordion pleats, and she's very good.
1911: Jean Harlow
(pictured), the platinum blonde actress, was born in Kansas City.
BORN JEAN Harlow
, film actress, 1911, above ALEXANDER Graham Bell, inventor, 1847 JACKIE Joyner-Kersee, athlete, 1962 DIED LOU Costello, American actor, 1959, above DANNY Kaye, American actor, 1987 SAINT Katharine Drexel, nun, 1985