Harlow: One of two "Harlow" film biographies that appeared in 1965, this one stars Carol Lynley in the title role that begins as Jean Harlow, a bit player in Laurel and Hardy comedies, is invited to test for director Jonathan Martin (John Williams) for the lead in Howard Hughes's "Hell's Angels." She is an instantaneous sensation, and in a series of films devoted more to her body than her talent, she becomes Hollywood's "Platanum Blonde." Filmed in "Electronovision" (staged as a live TV show, and recorded as a kine-scope). Many notable performers in supporting roles including Efrem Zimbalist, Jr., Barry Sullivan, Hurd Hatfield, Lloyd Bochner, Hermione Baddeley, Audrey Totter, Michael Dante, Jack Kruschen and Ginger Rogers (who replaced Judy Garland) as Harlow's Mama Jean.
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|Released:||May 14, 1965|
|Actors:||Audrey Christie Audrey Totter Barry Sullivan Buddy Lewis Carol Lynley Celia Lovsky Cliff Norton Efrem Zimbalist Jr Frank J Scannell Ginger Rogers Harry Holcombe Hermione Baddeley Hurd Hatfield Jack Kruschen James Dobson Joel Marston John J Fox John Williams Lloyd Bochner Lola Fisher Michael Dante Nick Dimitri Robert Glenn Robert Strauss Ron Kennedy Sonny Liston|
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