Reckless

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Reckless is a 1935 American musical film directed by Victor Fleming and starring Jean Harlow, William Powell and Franchot Tone. David O. Selznick wrote the story, using the pseudonym Oliver Jeffries, basing it loosely based on the scandal of the 1931... read more
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Reckless is a 1935 American musical film directed by Victor Fleming and starring Jean Harlow, William Powell and Franchot Tone. David O. Selznick wrote the story, using the pseudonym Oliver Jeffries, basing it loosely based on the scandal of the 1931 marriage between torch singer Libby Holman and tobacco heir Zachary Smith Reynolds and his death by a gunshot wound to the head.

Original Release

04/19/1935

US Release

04/19/1935

Cast

Jean Harlow Mona Leslie
William Powell Ned Riley
Franchot Tone Bob Harrison / Robert 'Bob' Harrison Jr.
May Robson Granny / Mrs. Granny Leslie
Ted Healy Smiley
Nat Pendleton Blossom
Rosalind Russell Josephine (Jo) Mercer / Josephine 'Jo' Mercer
Mickey Rooney Eddie
Henry Stephenson Col. Harrison / Colonel Harrison Sr.
Man Mountain Dean Man Mountain Dean - Wrestler
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Victor Fleming

Writers

P.J. Wolfson, David O. Selznick, Joseph L. Mankiewicz, Norman Krasna, Ted Shane, Donald Ogden Stewart

Cast

Jean Harlow Mona Leslie
William Powell Ned Riley
Franchot Tone Bob Harrison / Robert 'Bob' Harrison Jr.
May Robson Granny / Mrs. Granny Leslie
Ted Healy Smiley
Nat Pendleton Blossom
Rosalind Russell Josephine (Jo) Mercer / Josephine 'Jo' Mercer
Mickey Rooney Eddie
Henry Stephenson Col. Harrison / Colonel Harrison Sr.
Man Mountain Dean Man Mountain Dean - Wrestler
Robert Light Paul Mercer
Allan Jones Allan
Carl Randall Carl Randall
Louise Henry Louise
James Ellison Dale Every
Nina Mae McKinney Nina Mae McKinney - Singer
Leon Ames Ralph Watson
Allen 'Farina' Hoskins Gold Dust
Wade Boteler Policeman Re-arresting Mona
Don Brodie Reporter

Producers

Editors

Margaret Booth

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