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8th July 1932: Jean Harlow applying make-up to her face in her dressing room. One of her famous superstitions was to not leave her dressing room without first looking at her ‘lucky mirror’, photographed by Clarence Sinclair Bull.

8th July 1932: Jean Harlow applying make-up to her face in her dressing room. One of her famous superstitions was to not leave her dressing room without first looking at her ‘lucky mirror’, photographed by Clarence Sinclair Bull.

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Jean Harlow Style Evolution: A Tribute To Hollywood's First Blonde Bombshell (PHOTOS)

Jean Harlow Style Evolution: A Tribute To Hollywood's First Blonde Bombshell (PHOTOS)

if i was the star of this movie, it would have been called dinner at eight thirty #sheslikeneverontime

if i was the star of this movie, it would have been called dinner at eight thirty #sheslikeneverontime

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