Blonde Bombshell DVD 1933 Jean Harlow Lee Tracy Pre-Code B&W NR
Stars of Blonde Bombshell: Jean Harlow, Lee Tracy, Frank Morgan
Blonde Bombshell is a 1933 American Pre-Code romantic comedy-drama film directed by Victor Fleming and starring Jean Harlow, Lee Tracy, Frank Morgan, C. Aubrey Smith, Mary Forbes and Franchot Tone. The film is based on the unproduced play of the same name by Caroline Francke and Mack Crane, and was adapted for the screen by John Lee Mahin and Jules Furthman.
Sample Video from Blonde Bombshell
Movie star Lola Burns (Jean Harlow) is angry with her studio publicist E.J. “Space” Hanlon (Lee Tracy), who feeds the press with endless stories about her greatness. Lola’s family and staff are another cause of distress for her, as everybody is always trying to take money from the actress. All Burns really wants is to live a normal life and prove to the public that she’s not a sexy vamp but a proper lady.
Product Information for Blonde Bombshell
- Directed by Victor Fleming
- Country: USA
- Language: English
- Production Co.: MGM
- Run time: 96 minutes
- Sound: Mono
- Color: Black and White
This movie is reproduced on a high quality DVD-R disc and comes in a jewel case. Artwork is imprinted on the DVD exactly as shown in the image.
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