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Jean Harlow

  • If audiences like you, you don't have to be an actress.

    • Jean Harlow,
    • 1930, in Irving Shulman, Harlow ()
  • [On being asked if she would steal a husband:] Wouldn't that be like shoplifting in a secondhand store?

    • Jean Harlow,
    • 1930, in Irving Shulman, Harlow ()
  • [When asked how she liked to wake up in the morning:] I like to wake up feeling a new man.

    • Jean Harlow,
    • 1930, in Irving Shulman, Harlow ()
  • This place certainly reeks of hospitality and good cheer, or maybe it's this cheese.

    • Jean Harlow
  • [On Howard Hughes:] One day when he was eating a cookie he offered me a bite. Don't underestimate that. The poor guy's so frightened of germs, it could darn near have been a proposal.

    • Jean Harlow,
    • in Anita Loos, Kiss Hollywood Good-By ()

Jean Harlow, U.S. actor

(1911 - 1937)

Real name: Harlean Carpenter McGrew.