Blonde at Paradise Club (uncredited)
Jeanie Weenie - in Photo (uncredited)
Spectator (unconfirmed, uncredited)
Why Be Good?
Blonde on Rooftop Bench at Junior's Second Party (uncredited)
Woman in Cab (as Harlean Carpenter)
"Today is Tonight". NOTE: She wrote the novel while on a salary strike from MGM. It wasn't published until 1965 (paperback by Dell Publishing). She claimed that the story came to her almost complete in a dream, and that she felt compelled to write it. Yet, after completing the manuscript, she didn't publish it (it's possible ...
5 Biographical Movies |
10 Print Biographies |
9 Portrayals |
1 Interview |
13 Articles |
20 Pictorials |
49 Magazine Cover Photos |
5' 1½" (1.56 m)
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To me, love has always meant friendship.
Her birth name was Harlean Carpenter--the first name an amalgam of her mother's maiden name, Jean Harlow, which she later took as her stage name. At the height of her career it came out that this wasn't her real name, and the insatiable public wanted to know what her real name was. The studio released her "real" name as Harlean Carpentier. Harlow had added the extra "i" herself before her career ...
Often played the wisecracking platinum blonde
The Blonde Bombshell