Jean Harlow Style Evolution: A Tribute To Hollywood's First Blonde Bombshell (PHOTOS)

She Was The Very First Blonde Bombshell

Jean Harlow on the set of Riffraff 1936

Jean Harlow on the set of Riffraff 1936

Robert Montgomery, Clark Gable and Robert Taylor, in uniform. All three men served during World War II.

Commander (USN) Robert Montgomery (May 1904 – September Captain (Army Air Force) Clark Gable (February 1901 – November and Lieutenant (j.

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Favorite tweet by @kayonyxlulu

Clark Gable receives the Oscar for his performance in "It Happened One Night", at the 7th Academy Awards, February 1935.

The Academy Awards Ceremony Best Actor Oscar Clark Gable for ''It Happened One Night'' 1934

Clark Gable and Jean Harlow were best friends.. He called her Sis . They made 6 films together. When Jean returned to the set of Red Dust just 3 weeks after Paul Berns suicide. Gable called her the bravest person he had ever met. He was a Pallbearer at her funeral and wept uncontrollably at her funeral.

Jean Harlow and Robert Taylor in Personal Property, 1937 The Films of Jean Harlow edited by Michael Conway and Mark Ricci, 1965

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