Anyone who knows the Pictorial knows exactly how much we gush over the splashy color of a vintage movie magazine. Give us an Earl Christy Photoplay cover and we’re set. (Throw in a dry martini to go with it and we’re set for LIFE.)
This being the case, and this being Baby’s week, what better time to revisit some delightful cover art from Hollywood movie magazines of the 1930s:
3 thoughts on “Cover Girl: Jean Harlow”
Kitty, sorry I’ve been slow to get going on Harlow 100 but I’m still learning the blog stuff, and have had another project take much more time than I thought.
Since I am a complete virgin with this, how do I forward my post to you when its ready (hopefully by tomorrow at latest. Please be gentle with me!
my wordpress URL shows up as “Gene Zonarich” and can you just click on that and “read my Stuff?”
Thanks, let me know . . .
By the way, I can’t believe the fantastic responses you’ve got already !! how do I get copies of those INSANE Harlow color prints from victor(?) AMAZING !!!
I love these vintage magazines! They are so much fun to ruffle through and collect! Keep up the good work with the blogathon; I just tweeted about it at http://www.twitter.com/vivandlarry 🙂
Gorgeous! Now I just need a well-paying job (or ANY job, really) so I can fulfill my dream of collecting these…