2 Biographical Movies |
7 Print Biographies |
5 Portrayals |
1 Interview |
3 Articles |
1 Pictorial |
5' 8" (1.73 m)
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[on Jean Harlow
] When I first saw her in Hell's Angels
(1930) she was so bad she was comic. People laughed at her; she got big laughs where she didn't want them. Then she did Red-Headed Woman
(1932) and Red Dust
(1932) and she was marvelous. She was unique among actresses; she had that rare quality of speaking lines as though she didn't quite understand them ... [she] played comedy as naturally ...
With the U.S. Army during World War II, turning out training and propaganda films in New York.
He was often regarded as a "women's director" because his films frequently are centered around strong female characters.