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    Jean Harlow (born Harlean Harlow Carpenter; March 3, 1911 – June 7, 1937) was an American actress.Known for her portrayal of "bad girl" characters, she was the leading sex symbol of the early 1930s and one of the defining figures of the pre-Code era of American cinema.

  2. 19/09/2017 · Now, 80 years after her death, a look back at Jean Harlow's tragic story—and the eerily parallel lives of the two Hollywood legends. Before Jean. Just as Marilyn Monroe used to be Norma Jean, Jean Harlow was born Harlean Carpenter on March 3, 1911, in Kansas City, Missouri.

  3. 12/06/2018 · Jean Harlow in her trademark slinky white satin dress However, eventually, Harlow’s hair began to fall out because of the toxic treatments. She stopped the dye jobs and began wearing wigs or sporting slightly darker hair colors in later flicks (check Libeled Lady and China Seas, for example).

  4. hace 2 días · Jean Harlow protagonizó una vida de polémicas, pero también tuvo un compromiso irreal con su carrera artística. A sus 26 años, estelarizó un número importante de películas. Conforme avanzó como histrión, demostró ser más allá de una sex symbol y se ganó su importancia gracias a sus habilidades y herramientas.

  5. Jean Harlow (March 3, 1911 – June 7, 1937) was an American actress who made her uncredited debut in two 1928 films, Honor Bound for Fox Film, and Moran of the Marines for Paramount Pictures.

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    Jean Harlow (1911–1937), US-amerikanische Schauspielerin Jean Kittrell (≈1926–2018), US-amerikanische Jazzmusikerin Jean Lave (* 19**), US-amerikanische Ethnographin, Soziologin und Anthropologin

  7. 14/05/2021 · Officially, Jean Harlow is said to have died from cerebral edema, or swelling on the brain, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.The swelling was caused by the uremic poisoning that happened when her kidneys were no longer functioning, sending the waste that's normally filtered through the kidneys and eliminated in urine into her bloodstream instead, per Healthline.