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RARE Jean Harlow Autograph Sketch Display "To Johnny Most Sincerely Jean Harlow"

Harlow brought charm and a sexual knowingness to a seriesof comedies druing the 1930's, becoming the model of feminine sexuality in films for the next decade. The original platinum blond, she played the tough working girl whatever her charactersactual social stnading, frequently upsetting the decorum of the well-to-do. She died of uremic poisoning at 26 1937.
As many collector's know, her mother signed most of her autographs, but this piece offered is sa sketch drwasn by a collector who must have obtained this in person. It has been signed and personliased in dark black pencil and the original collector dated this Spetemer 27 1935 MGM Riff Raff. This was later mountedinto a scrap book and there are also signatures attached from Grady sutton ( who appeared in movies from the 1920's-70's) and Charles Carlile.


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