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    Jean Harlow Gown. Beginning as an extra in 1928, Harlow began her rise to stardom in Howard Hughes' sound production of "Hell's Angels" in 1930. She starred in "The Public Enemy" and "Platinum Blonde" in 1931, and proved her comedic talents in such films as "Dinner at Eight" (1934) and "China Seas" (1935). Featured here is a peach satin bias-cut floor-length gown with rhinestone shoulder insets owned and worn by Harlow, originally given to her by Gordon Bau, makeup director for Warner Bros. In fine condition.

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    April, 2005
    21st-22nd Thursday-Friday
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