Thursday, February 4, 2010

Worth 1,000 Words: JEAN HARLOW in KANSAS CITY


By Steve Crum

JEAN HARLOW, MGM's "Blonde Bombshell," poses with an unidentified Kansas City, Kansas neighborhood child (one of her grandmother's neighbors) at Kansas City, Missouri's Union Station in 1933. Harlow was preparing to board a train for her return trip to Los Angeles. (A couple of porters are barely visible at left in the background.) Feast your eyes, since this is a heretofore unpublished photo of the famous Harlow, who died far too young four years later at age 26. For more on Harlow's visit, please scroll down a couple of stories or so. [from Steve Crum's showbiz memorabilia collection]
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For a nice tribute to Jean Harlow: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o_7J_IDIdJQ

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