Jean Harlow commands the spotlight as the seductive Lil, whose ambition, as described by author Thomas Doherty, inspires her “vertical movement up the economic ladder by horizontal means.” Red-Headed Woman follows Lil as she wrecks the marriage of her boss and continues with even more betrayals and outrageous behavior. Anita Loos (Gentlemen Prefer Blondes) wrote the saucy screenplay. 

See reviews of the film here and here.

• “Like an uncensored movie”: Red-Headed Woman and the Code

• Red-Headed Woman Reveals New Jean Harlow

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Director
Jack Conway
Released
1932
Country
USA
Running Time
79 minutes
Format
35mm, B/W