There is a kind of courtship that goes on between producer and director, a kind of wooing. The producer holds the means of movie making (money) and the director, if they’re any good, provides the vision. There’s a honeymoon period, and often an inevitable falling out. It was a form…
Tag: Jean Harlow
A defining role: Reading sides on a leaning board. Jean Harlow chats with visiting director Edmund Goulding. To her left is cast member Edmund Lowe and director George Cukor. Photograph by George Hurrell of Jean Harlow in a gown by Adrian designed for “Dinner at Eight”.
I think this must have been a charity event at the Huntington Hartford Hotel in Pasadena: –