One of two "Harlow" film biographies that appeared in 1965, this one stars Carol Lynley in the title role that begins as Jean Harlow, a bit player in Laurel and Hardy comedies, is invited to test for director Jonathan Martin for the lead in Howard Hughes's "Hell's Angels." She is an instantaneous sensation, and in a series of films devoted more to her body than her talent, she becomes Hollywood's "Platanum Blonde." Written by
The Picture The World Has Been Waiting To See!
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Ginger Rogers' last film in her 40 years if film making. At the time, she didn't realize it would be her last film. See more
When Harlow falls ill in middle of shooting scene on a movie set there are (probably for budgetary reasons) less than a handful of studio employees in attendance; in reality, a set of a major picture is teeming with dozens of creative and technical staffers. See more
References Hell's Angels
I Believed It All
Written by Al Ham
, Alan Bergman
and Marilyn Bergman
Performed by the Nelson Riddle Chorus
Vocal by Mary Mayo See more