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Jean Harlow Comedies

Saturday, July 28, 1979
6:30 p.m.
10:00 p.m.
Red-Headed Woman
Jack Conway (USA,1932)

“Jean Harlow as a girl who exploits her charms and makes the journey from the wrong side of the tracks to a rich marriage and then to even richer liaisons. She’s a throttler, a scrambler, a kicker - and the picture... is tough and funny. Chester Morris is the young man, and Charles Boyer, having just arrived in the U.S., puts in a stunning appearance.”

The New Yorker

• Directed by Jack Conway. Written by Anita Loos, based on Katharine Brush’s novel. Photographed by Harold Rosson. With Jean Harlow, Chester Morris, Lewis Stone, Una Merkel, May Robson, Charles Boyer. (1932, 79 mins, Print from Films Inc.)