Her name was Jean Harlow, and there has been no one quite like her before or since.
In a blazing career that lasted eight brief years and ended tragically with her death from a complicated illness at the age of twenty-six, Harlow reigned as the unrivaled, unchallenged movie queen of her generation.
Harlow was the Marilyn Monroe and more of her day, a dazzling beauty with wavy flowing platinum blonde hair and as Clark Gable described it, "the greatest shape, bar none, of any dame I've ever seen."
The music is from a 1968 movie called "Nobody Runs Forever". No connection between the movie and Harlow I just thought it fit her, and her short life.