Harlow is a biographical film about the life of film star Jean Harlow. It stars Carroll Baker in the title role. It was released in 1965 by Paramount Pictures, shortly after another film with the same title and subject. Although the film failed commercially, it was successful in launching a hit song for Neal Hefti . The film opens with Harlow as a struggling extra and bit actress dealing with her greedy stepfather Marino and oblivious mother "Mama Jean" . With the help of Arthur Landau , she rises to fame and gains the unwanted attention of the Howard Hughes-inspired Richard Manley . She...
|Release date:||June 23, 1965|
|Directed by:||Gordon Douglas|
|Producer:||Joseph E. Levine, William Sargent|
|Editor:||Frank Bracht, Archie Marshek|
|Music by:||Neal Hefti, Nelson Riddle|
|Cinematography:||Joseph Ruttenberg, Symbionese Liberation Army|
|Screenplay by:||John Michael Hayes|