Things I Blog About Include:
*1920s Era
*Classic / Vintage Hollywood (pictures & random movie reviews)
*Al Pacino (seriously. a lot of Alfredo James Pacino)
*Vintage/ Beautiful art
*Doctor Who (10 is my doctor)
*Supernatural (Sam girl)
*Sherlock (yeah, i ship Johnlock)
*Game of Thrones (I bend the knee to Stannis Baratheon)
*The Walking Dead
*Merlin (Morgana is my Queen)
*Harry Potter
*Hannibal (Will Graham=bb)
*Sleepy Hollow (newest obsession)
*Agents of Shield (mostly bc of Phil Coulson)
*some Marvel
*Boardwalk Empire (I still miss the Darmodys)
*Books (pics & random reviews)
*random sexy beasts
This is a multi-fandom blog. I alternately reblog modern obsessions & vintage loves. Just deal with it.
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Jean Harlow behind the scenes of China Seas, 1935

Jean Harlow

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.

A portrait of Jean Harlow from her first session with George Hurrell, 1932.

Jean Harlow taking a drive, 1930

Jean Harlow, 1932.

Jean Harlow by Clarence Sinclair Bull, publicity still for “Red-Headed Woman”. Photo taken on July 20th, 1932.

Jean Harlow in Bombshell (1933)

Jean Harlow promo portrait for  Red Headed Woman by George Hurrell c.1932 

Jean Harlow on the cover of Hollywood magazine (I think I’m team Jean on this one!)

Jean Harlow by Screenland, August, 1935.

Jean Harlow, mid-1930s.