|The Girl from Missouri||Actor||Eadie Chapman||7|
|Hold Your Man||Actor||Ruby Adams||7|
|Red Headed Woman||Actor||Lil Andrews||7|
|Personal Property||Actor||Crystal Wetherby||7|
|Three Wise Girls||Actor||Cassie Barnes||7|
|Wife vs. Secretary||Actor||Helen "Whitey" Wilson||7|
|The Beast of the City||Actor||Daisy Stevens||7|
|Platinum Blonde||Actor||Anne Schuyler||7|
|The Secret Six||Actor||Anne Courtland||7|
|The Love Parade||Actor||Audience Member||7|
|New York Nights||Actor||n/a||7|
|The Saturday Night Kid||Actor||Hazel||7|
|The Public Enemy||1930||Actor||Gwen Allen||19307|
|Dinner at Eight||1932||Actor||Kitty Packard||19327|
|Briefly moved to California from the Midwest with her mother|
|Attracted attention with a role in Howard Hughes' "Hell's Angels" as a vamp who comes between two brothers during WWI|
|Co-authored novel "Today is Tonight" with Carey Wilson (published 1965)|
|Was the subject of two inaccurate feature film biopics of her life; both films were named "Harlow"; she was played by Carol Lynley in one and by Carroll Baker in the other|
|Legally changed name to Jean Harlow, abandoned her famous platinum blonde hair for her natural honey blonde|
|Last film, "Saratoga"|
|Was the subject of a TV biography aired on TNT and hosted by actress Sharon Stone, "Harlow: The Blonde Bombshell"|
|Signed MGM contract; assured star status with films "Red-Headed Woman" and "Red Dust"|
|Began playing bit parts in Laurel and Hardy shorts and such features as "The Saturday Night Kid"|
|Went on strike for better roles and better salary|
|Made exhibitors poll of top ten boxoffice stars|
|Paul Bern||Husband||Married July 2, 1932 until his suicide two months later Sept. 5, 1932|
|Montclair Carpenter||Father||born in 1877; died in 1972|
|Jean Carpenter||Mother||died in 1958|
|Donald Friede||Companion||Briefly dated 1937|
|Charles McGrew||Husband||Married Sept. 27, 1927; Divorced 1930|
|William Powell||Companion||Played opposite each other in "Reckless" (1935) and "Libeled Lady" (1936); Engaged at time of her death 1937|
|Harold Rosson||Husband||Married Sept. 13, 1933; Divorced March 11, 1934|
|Ferry Hall School|
|Hollywood School for Girls|
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