Sinister Cinema: Breezy Bombshell

Another exciting installment in that argosy of adventure, Pulps in the Movies! On Sale Every Wednesday. Your expedition leader, as usual, none other than pulp expert John Locke, here to report:

Blonde bombshell Jean Harlow (1911-1937) left us too soon, only age 26, but not before flashing the May 1933 Breezy Stories.

Her Ruby Adams may be trying to impress con-man Slim (Garry Owen) who seems more interested in igniting the cig which is pointing, more or less, toward his final destination.

The film was Hold Your Man, which premiered in New York City on June 30, 1933, a mere three months after that issue of Breezy first hit the newsstands.

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