I made my last motion picture in March 1965 for Magna Pictures. 'Harlow,' based on the life of actress Jean Harlow... I didn't know at the time that 'Harlow' would be my last motion picture.— Ginger Rogers
Exciting Harlow quotations
I was very influenced by the musicals and romantic comedies of the 1930s.
I admired Gene Harlow and such, which probably explains why, since the end of my marriage, I've dated nothing but a succession of blondes.
There's never been anyone like Bettie Before.
Monroe had Harlow and Detrich, she had all of those blonde bombshells, but there was nothing like Bettie. She was the first icon of her nature.
I am extremely involved in the design process of both my brands, Winter Kate and House of Harlow 1960.
The Winter Kate-House of Harlow 1960 customer is a multi-tasker, therefore it's important that they are able to put together an outfit with ease and elegance. Pieces that are easy to mix within their own wardrobe. Easy dressing while maintaining a well put together look.
There's a real fantasy quotient to my work.
Any play that I've written for myself to perform in basically begins with the idea, "Wouldn't it be fun to be, say, Jean Harlow in a pre-code movie?"
I've been lucky enough to work with a make-up artist, Joel Harlow, who you can throw anything at. I said, "Joel, I need to go to the London eye with my children and I want to look like a roadie from Lynyrd Skynyrd."
When it came to kissing, Harlow was the best.
I'd have liked to have gone to bed with Jean Harlow.
She was a beautiful broad. The fellow who married her was impotent and he killed himself. I would have done the same thing.
[To Jean Harlow, who repeatedly mispronounced her first name:] No, no, Jean.
The t is silent, as in Harlow.
Harlow would later write, "If monkeys have taught us anything, it's that you've got to learn how to love before you learn how to live.