Directed by Victor Fleming • 1933 • United States
Starring Jean Harlow, Lee Tracy, Frank Morgan
Jean Harlow is at her vivacious best in this Hollywood-on-Hollywood satire inspired by the career of original “it girl,” Clara Bow. Larger-than-life movie diva Lola Burns (Harlow) has all the fame and fortune she ever dreamed of, but along with success comes a studio that works her until she drops, a family only interested in her money, and a scheming publicist (Lee Tracy), who runs her life. Determined to escape from the pressures of stardom, Lola launches a rebellion—could marriage to a movie-hating millionaire (Franchot Tone) be the answer to her troubles?