Jean Harlow (1911-1937), 1930s. The first Platinum Blonde Bombshell of the Cinema. She lived fast and died young.
Tea n’ Toast with Jean Harlow and William Powell
1935. Apparently, in 1934 an astrologer predicted Jean's death by the end of that year by automobile accident. At least this heavily embellished vintage magazine article stated so...haha.
William Powell and Jean Harlow, beautiful photo of them!
Jean Harlow, 1932, photo by George Hurrell
CBS Radio Network announces Jean Harlow's death.
Jean Harlow and William Powell...they were engaged to be married at the time of her death.
Jean Harlow- died of renal failure during the filming of Saratoga in 1937 at the age of 26. The film was completed using doubles and released a little over a month after Harlow's death.
Jean Harlow's death - June 7, 1937 news headline - she was only 26 years old.
Mary Dees, the extra and stand-in who filled in for Jean Harlow after Harlow's tragic death during the filming of Saratoga - Biography: http://immortalephemera.com/17054/mary-dees-jean-harlow-stand-in/