- Acting of Lead Performers
- Acting of Supporting Cast
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- Title Sequence
- Historical Importance
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never seen this before, but funny! when Robert Taylor comes into Jean Harlowe's bedroom with the long feathered hat....!!!!!! just a good romp with 2 good stars.
Delightful Personal Property
I thought this film was delightful ~ witty and breezy! Robert Taylor and Jean Harlow are wonderful together.
- Jarrod McDonald
I agree with Mike's comment. But I get some other, more personal things when I watch Harlow in this film. The ring, the ring, the ring. Given to her by beau William Powell. She wears it in nearly every scene, except the dishwashing scene. I think Harlow's wearing of the ring and incorporating it into the character she's playing is very significant. It's a personal validation of who she is and what she's worth. There's a moment where Robert Taylor asks her in the film about her plans to marry, and it's clear that when replying, Harlow is not the character in the story, but her real self, commenting on her own plans to marry Powell. Unfortunately, that didn't happen, but we know that she had been given not only a ring, but the gift of real love. And it's great to watch that in this film.
Harlow is exquisite, perfectly realized.
Personal Property (1937)
- James Higgins
The plot is rather familiar and ordinary, but with this cast it becomes quite good. Jean Harlow is terrific, she gets good support from Reginald Owen, Una O'Connor and Cora Witherspoon. Glossy MGM production is also a plus. Light and entertaining.