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Jean Harlow, with her signature platinum hair, fit right into the all-white set design of the 1938 film <em>Dinner At Eight</em>. From the book: "[Streamlined Moderne] would not have been feasible if it had not been for the development of incandescent lig

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Originally appeared in Designs on Film by Cathy Whitlock
on December 13, 2010
Jean Harlow, with her signature platinum hair, fit right into the all-white set design of the 1938 film &lt;em&gt;Dinner At Eight&lt;/em&gt;. From the book: &quot;[Streamlined Moderne] would not have been feasible if it had not been for the development of incandescent lig
Jean Harlow, with her signature platinum hair, fit right into the all-white set design of the 1938 film Dinner At Eight. From the book: "[Streamlined Moderne] would not have been feasible if it had not been for the development of incandescent lighting, which gave a crisp (if not blinding) look to the sets."

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