Blonde at Paradise Club (uncredited)
Jeanie Weenie - in Photo (uncredited)
Spectator (unconfirmed, uncredited)
Why Be Good?
Blonde on Rooftop Bench at Junior's Second Party (uncredited)
Woman in Cab (as Harlean Carpenter)
"Today is Tonight". NOTE: She wrote the novel while on a salary strike from MGM. It wasn't published until 1965 (paperback by Dell Publishing). She claimed that the story came to her almost complete in a dream, and that she felt compelled to write it. Yet, after completing the manuscript, she didn't publish it (it's possible ...
5 Biographical Movies |
10 Print Biographies |
9 Portrayals |
1 Interview |
14 Articles |
20 Pictorials |
49 Magazine Cover Photos |
5' 1½" (1.56 m)
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I was not a born actress. No one knows it better than I. If I had any latent talent, I have had to work hard, listen carefully, do things over and over and then over again in order to bring it out.
At the time of her death she was suffering from kidney failure that was causing her limbs to swell up with water, making her considerably heavier. Co-star Clark Gable
noticed this when they filmed a scene for her last film, Saratoga
(1937), that required him to lift her into the upper berth in a Pullman car. He complained that she weighed more and was therefore harder for him to lift than she had...
Skinny eyebrows arched to the extreme and sometimes painted high upon her forehead
The Blonde Bombshell