Join us in paying tribute to one of the greatest stars ever to grace the screen with this special collection of seven of Jean Harlow's sensational films. This collection includes Bombshell (1933): Glamour queen Lola (Harlow) is quitting the movie biz - something her manipulative press agent (Lee Tracy) can't allow! The Girl From Missouri (1934): As a plucky bachelorette, Harlow intends to bag a New York millionaire.without abandoning her virtue. Reckless (1935): Harlow goes dramatic as a Broadway star accused of murder after the death of her high-living, high-society hubby. Riffraff (1935): She (Harlow) works in a cannery. He's a fisherman (Spencer Tracy). But their playful romance is fated to give way to a tragedy. Suzy (1936): Harlow, Cary Grant and Franchot Tone are involved in a World War I triangle of romance and spy intrigue. Personal Property (1937): Debt-ridden socialite Harlow puts on a show of wealth to impress a suitor who's also making a pretense of fortune. Saratoga (1937): In Harlow's final film, she plays the daughter of a horse breeder who is engaged to a millionaire but drawn to a bookie played by Clark Gable.