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William Clark Gable (February 1, 1901 - November 16, 1960), known as Clark Gable, was an American film actor most famous for his role as Rhett Butler in the 1939 Civil War epic film Gone with the Wind, in which he starred with Vivien Leigh.

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I've always thought Adam reminded me of Clark Gable. I still watch his old movies.
Carol Lombard and Clark Gable honeymooned at the Oatman Hotel in 1939
Red Dust is really good with Jean Harlow and Clark Gable. And then of course Fred/Ginger musicals
No holds are barred as these women FALL IN LOVE with a man who LIVES FOR ADVENTURE: Clark Gable, Ava Gardner &...
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Clark Gable admires Carole Lombard's legs in No Man of Her Own (1932)
"What can I say? I love the Ladies." Clark Gable, menage a trois in a jungle with Hollywood Goddesses: Grace...
Fact: Frank Capra originally wanted Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert to reunite and star opposite one another in State of the Union (1948).
I'm attracted to Clark Gable and that's kinda weird 💁💁
Cheaters, real or fake? Joey Greco is better than Clark Gable.
Marilyn Monroe with Eli Wallach & Clark Gable, during the filming of “The Misfits” (screenplay by Arthur Miller),1960 htt…
Talk all you want. I'm taking no advice. Misfitted as Clark Gable. I'm not stable.
Thinking of restyling my moustache to something similar to Clark Gable. Need to be careful, there's a thin line between a Gable/Hitler tash!
Interesting point. I've heard it done about male film stars: eg Harrison Ford was "the new" Cary Grant/Clark Gable way back.
Word's of Wisdom: Go where you are celebrated, not just tolerated. Rev Gable Clark
early MCM love me some Clark Gable 😻😽💜
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Or, as I managed to say to Jon last night before going to sleep, Clark Gable/Superman. Something else entirely.
(1 of 2) Watching The Tall Men. Jane Russell is nice towards Clark Gable, so he throws himself on her.
Clark Gable and Jean Harlow steam up the screen in Red Dust (1932)
I never thought I'd say it, but I think I'm finally used to Clark Gable hosting Cheaters. Will always pour one out for my Greco though.
Clark Gable photographed as a captain in the U.S. Army Air Force (ca. 1943). NOTE: Because of his un
Oh my Clark Gable, is the best book I've read in a long time.
Marilyn Monroe and Clark Gable on the set of the film Misfits, 1960 by Cornell Capa.
Clark Gable, Loretta Young in The Call of the Wild (1935) $6.50 free ship
Clark Gable, Cary Grant, Bob Hope and David Niven at the Oscars rehearsal
Casting petitions haven't worked since Clark Gable for Rhett Butler and studio wanted him.
Fact: Clark Gable was considered for the part of Joe Massara in Little Caesar (1931), but the role went to Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
Who designed Hollywood homes for Frank Sinatra, Barbara Stanwyck, Tyrone Power, Lon Chaney, Clark Gable, Lucille Ball & Desi Arnaz, Groucho Marx, and Cary Grant among others? Paul Revere Williams, dubbed “architect to the stars.” Recent dwellers in his prized elegant yet family oriented homes, most with signature staircases, include Denzel & Pauletta Washington, Andy Garcia, Paul McCartney, and Ellen Degeneres. Born in 1894, he opened his office in 1922 having deliberately mastered drawing upside down so race challenged clients could sit opposite him if they found his close presence too uncomfortable. He couldn't live where he built, but he didn't care. With an arsenal of architectural styles including American Colonial, Spanish Mediterranean, English Tudor, French Normandy, Art Deco, and his own brand of California ranch, he knew his worth and enjoyed being the first African-American member and fellow in the exclusive American Institute of Architects organization, as well as expressing his deep c ...
Here's the proclamation the York County, Pennsylvania Commissioners read on Cameron Mitchell Day. WHEREAS, Cameron McDowell (Mitzell) Mitchell is a native son of York County, having been born in Dallastown and having been reared in Shrewsbury, the son of a prominent minister; and WHEREAS, he left home at the urgings and support of locally beloved high school teacher Helena “Harkey” Hartenstein to pursue acting in New York ; and WHEREAS, he appeared on Broadway to critical acclaim in The Taming of the Shrew and Death of a Salesman, as well as the King and I and other works in other venues ; and WHEREAS, he went on to receive more acclaim as he appeared in films with such co-stars as Clark Gable, Gary Cooper, John Wayne, Jimmy Cagney, Lauren Bacall, Marilyn Monroe, and Betty Grable, and worked under such renowned directors as John Ford, Elia Kazan, Henry Hathaway, Orson Welles, Mario Bava, Lewis Milestone and Sam Fuller; and WHEREAS, Cameron became the world’s favorite uncle as Buck Cannon in the hist ...
The Carlsbad Caverns had quite a few visitors from the Carlsbad Army Air Field during WW2 in addition to some big name soldiers like Clark Gable.
New has part 2 of the Karina's "Star Wars" series, with the focus on Carole Lombard and Clark Gable htt…
To Please a Lady is a 1950 romantic drama film produced and directed by Clarence Brown and starring Clark Gable and Barbara Stanwyck. The climactic race scene was shot at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. J14 Thanks to Clarke Clark Gable: When Hollywood was "Golden"
Number of my current psychological problems that can be attributed to growing up in Clark Gable's old house: less than you'd think
Clark Gable Do you love my daughter? scene: via
And then Clark Gable would say, "Just remember your lines and we'll have a drink afterwards."
Photo: Not Vivian Leigh and Clark Gable, It’s Stacy Stevens and Chris Kaelin at the 9th Street Abbey, Saint...
well, beards suck, some tashes too..but, there r exceptions.. Clark gable may have had halitosis, but he rocked his tash💖
I listened to a podcast about Carole Lombard and Clark Gable earlier today, and it made me appropriately melancholic for the whole day.
One of the 'delights' of *** Delight' was Clark Gable song and dance man! Gable's famous grin says all...
The new episode of on Carole Lombard and Clark Gable is pretty great and heartbreaking.
Okay, so Clark Gable was married 5 times.
Clark Gable's granddaughter Kayley gives birth to a ...
; More Clark Gable types are needed in the industry.
Star Wars Episode II: Carole Lombard and Clark Gable (YMRT - Download this episode (click the down...
Came home for lunch to find Clark Gable sleeping with a friend 😗
Do yourselves a favor and listen to the devastating story about Carole Lombard & Clark Gable on the latest episode of
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I'm in love with Clark Gable...they don't make them like that anymore..so handsome and charismatic
Incredible on Carole Lombard & Clark Gable made me tear up on the way to work. Thx
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Ugh, the guy in the Clark Gable role is so ugly.
In the midst of a tornado misfitted like Clark Gable, I'm not stable
I need a Clark Gable kind of man. Wake me up inside and make me feel alive again.
Thanks for making me cry on my way to work with that Lombard & Clark Gable episode. Heartbreaking.
Did 'Clark Gable' just become a 'Euromaidan Ukienazi'. He criticized attacking airport.
Joan Crawford and Clark Gable in Strange Cargo (trailer ) via
I share a b'day with Clark Gable, Boris Yeltsin, Lisa Marie Presley, Big Boi from Outkast, Harry Styles and the best one Batigoal.
Happy Birthday to my Clark Gable, may it be filled with fun and adventure!
Band of Angels 1957 Clark Gable in one of his least favorite roles
I just finished I'll Give You the Sun and oh my Clark Gable, I absolutely loved it!! I think it might be my fave of the year!
in Peckham Rye saluting Clark Gable in Bond Magazine . 'Frankly my dear, we DO give a *** '
I also love Carole Lombards screwball comedies. Her and Clark Gable are my fav celebrity couple.
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Thx RT: Another stellar ep. of on Clark Gable & Carol Lombard
Another stellar ep. of on love affair of Clark Gable & Carol Lombard
Dressed up like a million-dollar trooper, trying hard to look like Gary Cooper I kissed thy lips in a style Clark Gable would admirer
Possessed was released 83 years ago today, starring Joan Crawford and Clark Gable.
not only a great actor he is a movie star reminiscent of actors such as John Barrymore, Clark Gable an…
♡♡♡ "Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh on the set of Gone with the Wind (1939)
A Free Soul tonight. blimey, what a cast! Leslie Howard, Clark Gable, Norma Shearer, Lionel Barrymore...!. hope the story's good too
THOUGHTS FROM AN AGING PIZZA EVANGELIST SEEN ANY GOOD MOVIES LATELY? Bob Fettes / Columnist Published: January 4, 2015 8:00AM Gone are the great movies and the great movie stars. Never again will we see the likes of a Clark Gable, Jimmy Stewart, Humphrey Bogart, Gary Cooper, Audrey Hepburn, Bettie Davis, Grace Kelly, or the like. Gone are classics like "High Noon, "Casablanca," "African Queen," "Gone With The Wind" and "Treasure of the Sierra Madre." Sadly, we will never see their likes again … or will we? People ask me if I've seen any good movies lately, and I jokingly reply, "The last good movie I saw was Quo Vadis in 1951." That isn't entirely true. I have seen a few good movies since the 1950s and I would like to take time in my column to tell you about one such movie. The title is "The Great Debaters." It premiered in 2007 directed by Denzel Washington and produced by Oprah Winfrey. It stars Academy Award winners Denzel Washington and Forrest Whitaker, two of the best Hollywood actors today. Based ...
Van Heflin, Gary Cooper and Clark Gable ringing in the New Year with Jimmy. http:/…
Yes, Clark Gable was very ill while making the movie Marilyn was very difficult & Montgomery Clift died a few yrs later-Sad Film
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Clark Gable, Jimmy Stewart, Bette Davis had English Setters. Learn more about the at National Purebred Dog …
Marilyn Monroe, Clark Gable, Montgomery Clift and Arthur Miller on the set of "The Misfits" (John Huston, 1961)
Clark Gable and Bill Murray do it for me!
Cuz now I write Clark Gable on my cable bill. . Bill Cosby on my couch out in Nashville. . 😎
Comments made in the year 1955! I' ll tell you one thing, if things keep going the way they are, it 's going to be impossible to buy a week's groceries for $10.00. Have you seen the new cars coming out next year? It won't be long before $1,000.00 will only buy a used one. If cigarettes keep going up in price, I'm going to quit; 20 cents a pack is ridiculous. Did you hear the post office is thinking about charging 7 cents just to mail a letter. If they raise the minimum wage to $1.00, nobody will be able to hire outside help at the store. When I first started driving, who would have thought gas would someday cost 25 cents a gallon. Guess we'd be better off leaving the car in the garage. I'm afraid to send my kids to the movies any more. Ever since they let Clark Gable get by with saying *** in GONE WITH THE WIND, it seems every new movie has either *** or *** in it. I read the other day where some scientist thinks it's possible to put a man on the moon by the end of the century. They even have some fe ...
Cary Grant, James Stewart, Gary Cooper, Dana Andrews and Clark Gable are well over 50.
Found these while cleaning. Basil Rathbone as Sherlock Holmes, Boris Karloff, Vivien Leigh, Clark Gable. Free to good home.
American actors Jane Russell and Clark Gable on the set of "The Tall Men" (1955).
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Speaking of Big East hoops, Ed Cooley kind of said forget UK last year in a Clark Gable kind of way.
Just found "Gone w the Wind" on Missed Atlanta..but scene w Hattie McDaniel + Clark Gable is coming up.
You've got to be joking?! Vivian Leigh, Clark Gable...it's an absolute classic! Watch it for me? 😘
Gone with the Wind is on AMC! 1939...Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh! Going to dvr it and watch it tomorrow!!
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Clark Gable and Vivian Leigh were the original Hollywood power couple.
Vivian Leigh said that Clark Gable had terrible breath so every time they kiss I can imagine her gagging after the director yelled "cut!".
Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh star in 'Gone with the Wind' on AMC
A Clark Gable among cats! What a handsome guy he is; someone must fall in love with him. xx
And that sure as *** ain't Clark Gable, Montgomery Clift or Eli Wallach. So therefore it must be...
William Powell, Gary Cooper and Clark Gable, 3 of Hollywood's biggest stars.
The Golden Age of Hollywood...Greta Garbo and Clark Gable in Susan Lenox (Her Fall and Rise), 1931,
On July 17, 1937 two dozen celebrities played a baseball game for charity called the "second annual motion picture baseball game, comedians vs. leading men" at Wrigley Field. For the dramatic team Robert Taylor captained a team that included: Tyrone Power, Spencer Tracy, Clark Gable, Ray Miland, and Boris Karloff among others. The comedy team captained by Joe E. Brown included the Ritz brothers, Edie Cantor, Buster Keaton and Burns and Allen among others. This view of the game includes the stands, a film crew set up behind home plate, and a little bit of the diamond.
Went on a mission to find Roy Rogers' property in Chatsworth. Now gonna go check out Clark Gable's old house!
Most famous actors and there's no Bogart, Cary Grant, Jimmy Stewart, Clark Gable or John Wayne? Who voted!
Joan Crawford and Clark Gable photographed for Love on the Run (1936)
Weathering Heights on Ocean Blvd in Long Beach, CA. The former home of W.C. Fields, and the place where Clark Gable and Carol Lombard began their affair. Oth...
touching...Judy Lewis obituary: Daughter of Loretta Young and Clark Gable dies at 76 - Los Angeles Times via
What's hot? A $39.5 million mansion, former homes of Bing Crosby, Clark Gable, Elvis Presley all up for sale:
Y'all can't tease Doc anymore. Clark Gable was not Superman and it's Montel Williams not Jordan
(Left to right) Vivien Leigh, Clark Gable, Margaret Mitchell, David Selznick, and Olivia de Havilland at the...
A Free Soul is a 1931 Pre-Code starring the alluring Norma Shearer; Lionel Barrymore, Clark Gable and Leslie Howard. Shearer's character is a good girl from a moneyed family who falls for the considerable charms and exciting lifestyle of a handsome mobster, Clark Gable, but makes a pact with her alcoholic defence attorney father, Lionel Barrymore, to never see Gable again if he can give up the demon drink. One of my favorite lines, from Shearer to Gable, "oh dear, you want to talk some more?" She had a productive career in the silent screen and carried it into the talkies, right up until her retirement in 1942.
Photo of Clark Gable and Carole Lombard with kitties
Want to be "a fly on the wall as Clark Gable loses his heart to the effervescent Carole Lombard?”
Clark Gable & Carole Lombard at home with their kittys. . Is that a superman curl? Is Clark Gable superman?!
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Did you know Carole Lombard was the love of Clark Gable's life? She died young in a plane crash and he never...
Clark Gable, motion picture superstar, was raised this date (10/31) in 1933 in Beverly Hills Lodge 528.
ON THIS DATE...OCTOBER 28th 1636: A vote of the Great and General Court of the Massachusetts Bay Colony establishes the first college in what would become the United States, today known as Harvard University. 1793: Eli Whitney applied for a patent for his cotton gin invention. 1886: In New York Harbor, President Grover Cleveland dedicates the Statue of Liberty. 1904: The St. Louis Police Department became the first to use fingerprinting. 1922: WEAF Radio in New York broadcast the first collegiate football game heard coast to coast. The game featured Princeton University and the University of Chicago. 1927: Pan Am launched its first international flight. The trip took passengers from Key West to Havana, Cuba. 1936: The Statue of Liberty was rededicated by U.S. President Roosevelt on its 50th anniversary. 1942: actor Clark Gable earned his commission as a second lieutenant. 1946: "Sky King" was heard on ABC Radio for the first time. 1950: "The Jack Benny Program" debuted on CBS Television. The popular s ...
I clapped my television screen at the end of GONE WITH THE WIND. Clark Gable's character was great, also loved Vivien Leigh. Very impressive
Hooray! misalignment now shows Clark Gable & Vivian Leigh as new members of England rugby squad.
The top 10 civil war novels - Legendary passion Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh in the screen version of the American...
The former estate of Clark Gable and Carole Lombard in the historic Old Las Palmas area of Palm Springs is for...
From Jimmy Stewart to Clark Gable: A Look Back at the Hollywood Stars Who Served in World War II via
watching Clark Gable mack on a showgirl (Ava Gardner) & married woman (Grace Kelly) .
Champlin Historical Society will present "Gangsters on the Mississippi" by Mike Brey details below. Monday, Oct 27, 2014 from 7-9 p.m.at the City of Champlin Parks and Recreation building next to City Hall. Snacks and refreshments provided. Invite open to Champlin residents. Any questions please let me know. "Gangsters on the Mississippi" Join us for an interesting period of Minneapolis history when gangsters & bootleggers ran wild. From B-29 bombers flying whiskey to Anchorage to a zig-zagging juggernaut of death in Minneapolis, two gangsters were linked to Champlin's past. Come hear some of the stories of Tommy Banks & Harry Shepard, along with a cast of characters including; Clark Gable, Governor Floyd B. Olson, Minneapolis Mayor Marvin L. Kline, Sheriff Earle Brown, Simon Meshbesher, Miles W. Lord and many others. Tommy Banks, reputed boss of the Irish Mob in the Twin Cities, along with his rival, Kid Cann, ran the organized crime scene from the 1930s through the 1950s. With his wife Rita Banks, they ...
Can't sleep. Turn on TCM, old friends Charles Laughton as Captain Bligh, Clark Gable as Fletcher Christian.
what do Dennis Hopper, Clark Gable, Idi Amin and Billy Bob Thornton have in common? (Apart from an obvious weakness for wild flowers)
Clark Gable estate for sale at $2.195 million The Old Las Palmas estate that once belonged to Clark Gable and Carole Lombard has hit the market, with an asking price of $2.195 million. The Spanish Colonial home, which was built for Lombard in 1925, is currently owned by film producer Joel Douglas, the brother of actor Michael Douglas and son of actor Kirk Douglas. Realtors Gregg Fletcher and Dean Sipe, of Fletcher Sipe Group, will hold a preview at 5 p.m. Tuesday. “It’s got beautiful tile work, great woodwork in the ceiling, amazing Spanish architecture,” Fletcher said. “It’s new for this new era, but it still has a lot of the era of 1925.” Located at 222 W. Chino Drive in Palm Springs’ historic Old Las Palmas neighborhood, the estate comprises four bedrooms and six bathrooms across 3,301 square feet of living space, along with a half-acre of grounds. It’s being sold fully furnished, including a pool table built specifically for Kirk Douglas. The pink-stucco home, which has been restored, ...
The pink stucco home once shared by leading man Clark Gable and actress Carole Lombard is for sale in Palm Springs at $2.195 million.
"I'm just glad it'll be Clark Gable who's falling on his face and not Gary Cooper." - Cooper rejecting leading role in "Gone With the Wind."
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Fotoset: Ava Gardner and Clark Gable at the MGM 25th anniversary luncheon, 1949
Fact: Everyone on the MGM lot called Jean Harlow "The Baby", except Clark Gable. A very close friend of hers, he always called her "Sis".
The Misfits Movie, THERE is this to be said for the people that Clark Gable, Marilyn Monroe, et al, play in John Hus…
Here in Grants Pass OR. At the Weasku Inn where Clark Gable used to stay and fish. Built in 1933 right on the Rogue River. Beautiful
Clark Gable and Greta Garbo in 'Susan Lenox (Her Fall and Rise)', 1931
.on "She's a midget! She makes Danny DeVito look like Clark Gable!"
Cinema Hello! This is Ice Mc. I'd like to dedicate this record to... John Wayne, Eddie Murphy, Alain Delon Mickey Rourke, Woody Allen, Sean Penn, Marilyn Monroe Whoopi Goldberg, Fred Astaire (Oooh!) Kim Basinger (Oooh!) Clark Gable (Oooh!) And Rachel Welch (Yeah) Sylvester Stallone (Oooh!) Peter Cushin (Oooh) Marlon Brando (Oooh) And James Dean (Yeah) Charles Bronson (Oooh) Robert Redford (Oooh) Grace Jones (Oooh) Jean Paul Belmondo (Yeah) Schwarzenegger (Oooh) Bette Davis (Oooh) Christopher Lambert (Oooh) Greta Garbo (Yeah) CHORUS Ci-ci-ci-ci, cinema Ci-ci-ci-ci, movie Ci-ci-ci-ci,cinema One two three, four In life I like ravin' And for the girl and you I have a cravin' And even dancin'and romancin' Another thing I like,yo, is actin' I can do it, so don't accuse me Unlike Racqua E. I like muesli 'Cause I'm a winner I'm not a loser When it comes to those I'm a boozer I took a horror, but that's tomorrow And that's a film I just have to borrow Unlike a cinema do you love people It's gonna jump from I stand ...
Claudette Colbert, Clark Gable and Frank Capra on the set of "It Happened One Night".
My god, move over Clark Gable. Hubbahubba. Enjoy, darling (guess you are! )
Slang for suave moves, like Clark Gable?
I just assumed Clark Gable was some secret master thief and it was a saying named after him.
Clark Gable and director John Ford on the set of "Mogambo". 1953
As for Actors they're: Cary Grant, Bogie, Bill Powell, Jimmy Stewart, Clark Gable, Astaire, Gary Cooper, *** Van *** & that's it
A Farewell to Arms aired on Lux Radio Theater April 5, 1937 starring Clark Gable reprising the role as Lt. Frederic Henry, originally done by Gary Cooper in the 1932 film. (A Farewell to Arms is a 1932 American romance drama film directed by Frank Borzage and starring Helen Hayes, Gary Cooper and Adolphe Menjou). The film is about a romantic love affair between an American ambulance driver and an English nurse in Italy during World War I. The film received Academy Awards for Best Cinematography and Best Sound, and was nominated for Best Picture and Best Art Direction.
Clark Gable's mother died when he was seven months old. At 16 he quit high school, went to work in an Akron (Ohio) tire factory and decided to become an actor after seeing the play "The Bird of Paradise". He toured in stock companies, worked oil fields and sold ties. In 1924 he reached Hollywood with the help of Portland... “ William Clark Gable (February 1, 1901 – November 16, 1960) was an American film actor, nicknamed "The King of Hollywood" in his heyday. In 1999, the American Film Institute named Gable seventh among the greatest male stars of all time. Gable's most famous role was Rhett Butler in the 1939 Civil War epic film Gone with the Wind, in which he starred with Vivien Leigh. His performance earned him his third nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actor; he won for It Happened One Night (1934) and was also nominated for Mutiny on the Bounty (1935). Later performances were in Run Silent, Run Deep, a submarine war film, and his final film, The Misfits (1961), which paired Gable with Ma ...
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"Frankly, my dear, I support Children's Miracle Network" -Clark Gable, Gone with the Wind
As part of our two-part Hollywood stars of the Eighth, we feature Clark Gable: Gable reported to Biggs Army Air Base on January 27, 1943, to train with and accompany the 351st Bomb Group to England as head of a six-man motion picture unit. Gable was promoted to captain while he was with the 351st Bomb Group at Pueblo Army Air Base, Colorado, hold a rank commensurate with his position as a unit commander. Gable spent most of 1943 in England at RAF Polebrook with the 351st Bomb Group. Gable flew five combat missions, including one to Germany, as an observer-gunner in B-17 Flying Fortresses between May 4 and September 23, 1943, earning the Air Medal and the Distinguished Flying Cross for his efforts. During one of the missions, Gable's aircraft was damaged by flak and attacked by fighters, which knocked out one of the engines and shot up the stabilizer. In the raid on Germany, one crewman was killed and two others were wounded, and flak went through Gable's boot and narrowly missed his head. When word of th ...
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WOW a modern day Vivien Leigh and Clark Gable
She didn't want to be famous. She wanted to be happy. Clark Gable on Jean Harlow
James Cagney was intended to play the role that went to Clark Gable, but he'd become a star w/ PUBLIC ENEMY ^PG
TIL Clark Gable III, host of Cheaters, is the grandson of actor Clark Gable and was convicted of "felony discharge …
Just sitting where Clark Gable, Claudette Colbert and Charlie Chaplin lounged by the pool. Nbd.…
Photo: David Selznick, Vivien Leigh, Victor Fleming, Carole Lombard and Clark Gable at the wrap party for...
This image from "No Man Of Her Own" (1932) starring Clark Gable and and Carole Lombard; was regarded as too...
Photo: gingerrogerss: Carole Lombard and Clark Gable at the Northbridge horse show, 1940
Greetings friends, here's a new poem from me, one of my strongest works. The poem is quite long, but nonetheless I am greatly proud and excited to share this with you all. Please like, share and comment. This poem is titled 'Seppuku (Shin'ainaru Chichi)' ** Falling, wish I could remember the day you stopped loving me, more, So I could have stopped crying, and dying is wrong, They may, as I am, forget what it's like, Ronin, masterless, and bound by their plight, Gallows, I am, in the gallows, Who is he if not you, in a place like this, Papa's not a rolling stone, he's an acid mist, Let him Clark Gable and be gone with the wind, And in earnestness, am I a melancholic troubadour, Pathos, pathos, pathos, anymore, Am I so enigmatic or Socratic a boy? I might drown myself in the bathtub, And spit a trail of tears down my back, as I wonder aloud, Why'd you love me when I couldn't talk back, And why can't you love me now, Is it too hard to consider I'm a frame of a forgotten year, Michelangelo age, phenomenon day ...
Carole Lombard & Clark Gable were married in 1939. In 1942, Lombard was killed in a plane crash, ret
History: On this day in 1934, John Dillinger was shot in Chicago after seeing "Manhattan Melodrama" with Clark Gable.
The first thing Carol Lombard uttered to Clark Gable was, “Can I smell your mustache?” He instantly fell in love.
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Photoset: Barbara Stanwyck relaxes on a golf course with her husband Robert Taylor and Clark Gable, 1940
What type of man are you?/ Are you, perhaps, a Clark Gable?/ Or a Frank Bough beneath a glass table?
Photo: awkward publicity still for Mogambo-Ava Gardner, Clark Gable, Grace Kelly.
Breaking from writing to watch an Clark Gable with Rosalind Russell as thieves...? The sto...
Cary Grant and William Powell. My favourite film is It Happened One Night with Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert!
What you may not know about the DUKE John Wayne, draft dodger? Oh, what delicious (if cheap) irony! But that judgment is a little harsh. As Garry Wills tells the story in his book John Wayne's America: The Politics of Celebrity (1997), the Duke faced a tough choice at the outset of World War II. If he wimped out, don't be so sure a lot of us wouldn't have done the same. At the time of Pearl Harbor, Wayne was 34 years old. His marriage was on the rocks but he still had four kids to support. His career was taking off, in large part on the strength of his work in the classic western Stagecoach (1939). But he wasn't rich. Should he chuck it all and enlist? Many of Hollywood's big names, such as Henry Fonda, Jimmy Stewart, and Clark Gable, did just that. (Fonda, Wills points out, was 37 at the time and had a wife and three kids.) But these were established stars. Wayne knew that if he took a few years off for military service, there was a good chance that by the time he got back he'd be over the hill. Besides, ...
Clark Gable with his new pet, the Irish setter Queen
William Powell, Gary Cooper and Clark Gable behind the scenes at MGM Studios.
Saddened by passing of my dear cousin Harland Reed. He now takes his "Clark Gable looks" to a better place. Love to his wife Toni & family.
on set of The Misfits (1961) with Clark Gable, Marilyn Monroe, Monty Clift and John Huston
He was 99 and survived Clark Gable, Marilyn Monroe, John Huston and many more. RIP Eli Wallach. Interviewed him in '93. Great story teller
as *** in John Huston & Arthur Miller's “The Misfits”. Here with Clark Gable and Montgomery Clift.
Clark Gable and Burt Lancaster are The Big Two Torpedoing Their Way to Glory! Coming September 23rd on DVD/Blu:
Gone with the Wind is a 1939 American epic historical romance film adapted from Margaret Mitchell's Pulitzer-winning 1936 novel and produced by David O. Selznick, of Selznick International Pictures. Set in the 19th-century American South, the film tells the story of Scarlett O'Hara, played by Vivien Leigh, and her romantic pursuit of Ashley Wilkes (Leslie Howard) who is married to his cousin, Melanie Hamilton (Olivia de Havilland), and her marriage to Rhett Butler (Clark Gable). Set against the backdrop of the American Civil War and Reconstruction era, the story is told from the perspective of white Southerners. The production of the film was troubled from the start. Filming was delayed for two years due to David O. Selznick's determination to secure Clark Gable for the role of Rhett Butler, and the "search for Scarlett" led to 1,400 women being interviewed for the part. The original screenplay was written by Sidney Howard, but underwent many revisions by several writers in an attempt to get it down to a ...
Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel, the man who brought organized crime to the West Coast, is shot and killed on this day in 1947, at his mistress Virginia Hill's home in Beverly Hills, California. Siegel had been talking to his associate Allen Smiley when three bullets were fired through the window and into his head, killing him instantly. Siegel's childhood had been pretty similar to that of other organized crime leaders: Growing up with little money in Brooklyn, he managed to establish himself as a teenage thug. With his pal Meyer Lansky, Siegel terrorized local peddlers and collected protection money. Before long, they had a business that included bootlegging and gambling all over New York City. By the late 1930s, Siegel had become one of the major players of a highly powerful crime syndicate, which gave him $500,000 to set up a Los Angeles franchise. Bugsy threw himself into the Hollywood scene, making friends with some of the biggest names of the time--Cary Grant, Clark Gable, and Jean Harlow. His all-night pa ...
Clark Gable & Charlie Farrell playing chess at the Racquet Club of Palm Springs.
Clark Gable's 1st scene in Night Nurse: While wearing polkadot PJs & a dragon robe, he decks 2 people as a woman comes onto him.
*groan* Clark Gable is in this...but it's supposed to be one of the better Pre-Codes so I'll have to suck it up!
In the mist of tornado I'm feeling like Clark gable I'm not stable
When I look in the mirror I see Clark Gable, but it doesn't make it true.
Got another one for you guys,she was once married to Clark Gable. He later stated that she was the love of his life.
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Nothing sexier than Clark Gable growling "Observe my hands, my dear."
I have watched the 1939's Gone with the wind staring Clark Gable, Lawrence of Arabia, Ben Hur etc
My niece, 7, movie buff, pet/dance lover thinks looks like Clark Gable.
I FINALLY figured out who reminds me of.. He's an English version of Rhett Butler. Can't go wrong with some Clark Gable
Was just told I look like a young Clark Gable. Not sure how to feel about that…
June 19, 2014 is National Martini Day Today is National Martini Day! Although the exact origin of the martini is unknown, this iconic drink has earned a permanent place in the pantheon of classic cocktails. The first printed recipe for a “Martinez” cocktail appeared in a bartending manual published in San Francisco in 1887. However, historians disagree over whether the beverage actually originated on the West Coast. In 1911, a New York City bartender named Martini di Arma di Taggia began serving a cocktail made with gin, vermouth, orange bitters, and an olive garnish. The martini gained widespread popularity among Manhattan socialites, and has been associated with New York ever since. Today, 50% of all cocktails are served in a martini glass. Some of the most famous (historical and fictional) martini lovers include: John D. Rockefeller, Humphrey Bogart, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Clark Gable, Ernest Hemingway, and James Bond. To celebrate National Martini Day, enjoy a refreshing martini in the company of ...
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she kissed me on the cheek afterwards & told me i looked like young Clark Gable
I feel like we're always on the same page. you just get me, ya know? DM me to talk about "Clark Gable"
We're getting in on today. Way back when Clark Gable was at IMS reading about Firestone and the 34th
I kissed you in a style Clark gable would admire.
Clark Gable was the visual model given to interior artist Paul Orban when the first issue of Doc Savage came out.
I wish my life was like an old 1930s movie full of old school glamour, etiquette, and all men like Clark Gable.
Music and images from John Huston's 1961 film THE MISFITS starring Clark Gable, Marilyn Monroe and Montgomery Clift. Main Theme by Alex North.
I feel like a ''young Clark Gable'' right about now; and I kind of like it . . .
Unless I'm quoting Clark Gable from Gone With The Wind, under no circumstance will I address someone as 'dear'.
Don't know ur age, but a lot of movies starring Clark Gable, John Wayne or Humphrey Bogart will have a dom presence...
My life as a 30s film: "Monica's a maudlin sort of gal," Clark Gable says, gesturing his cigar toward me crying into my gin across the bar.
Everyone address as Clark Gable from now on. 😂😂😂
I was the first girl paperboy in 1961! Clark Gable was on the from of "The Sun" newspaper and even only 11 years old, I felt sad looking at such a handsome man, knowing he was gone.
"I never laugh until I've had my coffee." You and me both, Clark Gable. You and me both.
Staying just between Clark Gable's and Liberace's houses
Staying across the street from Clark Gable's house — at Palm Springs, Ca
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L.A. Times files of Clark Gable and Jeanette MacDonald in the 1936 movie - San Francisco.
Clark Gable and Myrna Loy star in Too Hot To Handle. A wonderful light comedy. It is in my library.
too hot to handle Myrna Loy clark gable. Directed by: Sam Wood. Co-stars: Myrna Loy, Walter Pidgeon, Walter...
And I kissed you in a style Clark Gable would've admired, I thought it classic.
"But Not For Me" Clark Gable, Lee J Cobb, Carroll Baker. Gable really had star quality, even when he was old.
I love the conversation of the ladies here! Talking about old movies and whom was dating whom "Now whom was Clark Gable dating then?" "They just don't make movies like that anymore."
You know some of the men in acting in the old movies were quit good looking. Tony Curtis Clark Gable Troy Donahue John Gavin Warren Beatty
With the mustache, I can finally pinpoint why I like Sean Kanan so much - he looks like Clark Gable. That smolder!
I am wanting to sell this 2011 Topps American pie coin collection card of Clark Gable Please make me an offer.
Jean Harlow- Real name ( Harlean Harlow Carpenter) born on 03-03-1911and passed away from Uremic Poisoning on 06-07-1937 at the age of 26. Jean was well known actress in the 1930's and famous for starring with Clark Gable.
Warren's Star-Dust Inn on Route 1 in Kittery, Maine ~ Warren Wurm owner ~ the Dine and Dance Hall burnt down on May 16, 1951, 2 days before it was to be sold for $150,000. It was said to have been frequented by many Hollywood stars such as George Burns, Clark Gable, Jimmy Durante, Myrna Loy and more. $150,000 … That was a boat load of money for back then. I would say this photo was probably taken in the 40’s. Any guesses where it use to be on Route 1?
The best movies were made when Judy Garland, Clark Gable, Mickey Rooney, and Marilyn Monroe were the stars in every one 😍
Last night was Noir movie night: China Seas with Jean Harlow and Clark Gable and Kiss Kiss Bang Bang with Robert Downy Jr and Val Kilmer.
When it comes to sexy actors, today we have the likes of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. But a lot of classic, old Hollywood actors had -- in our humble opinion -- more sex appeal. Actors like Sophia Loren and Montgomery Clift and Clark Gable and Lana Turner. Who do YOU think was the hottest actor of yesteryear???
The second of six films Jean Harlow and Clark Gable appeared in together, Red Dust (1932) demonstrated once and...
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Looking east on a newly widened I Street heading towards 8th in 1935, and same view today. In 1934, traffic along U.S. 99-70 (I Street) was steadily increasing because not only was it part of the Ocean To Ocean Highway from the East Cost to the West, but it also served as the main transport route from the Coachella Valley to Los Angeles for many trucks. When the road was widened to the north, many of the buildings that were along the north side were either demolished and rebuilt or moved back. The buildings on the south side of the street remained intact. Another interesting note is that many movies stars from the 1920-50's passed through Colton on I Street on their way to Palm Springs from Hollywood, such as Frank Sinatra, Lucille Ball & Desi Arnaz, Bob Hope, Clark Gable...etc. So in a sense, I street has some history to it.
Posted 6-8-14 Audrey Mary Totter, born December 20, 1917, was an American actress and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer contract star. She began her acting career in radio in the late 1930s, and, following success in Chicago and New York, was signed to a seven-year film contract with MGM. She made her film debut in Main Street After Dark in 1945 and established herself as a popular female lead. Although she appeared in various film genres, she became most widely known to movie audiences in film noir productions. By the early 1950s, the tough-talking "dames" she was best known for portraying were no longer fashionable, she was released from her contract. She reportedly was dissatisfied with her MGM career and agreed to appear in Any Number Can Play only after Clark Gable intervened. She worked for Columbia Pictures and 20th Century Fox, but the quality of her films dropped, and by the end of the 1950s, her career was in decline. In 1954, she appeared in the pilot episode of the later 1957-1958 detective series, Meet M . ...
A charity record released on behalf of the Cinematograph Trade benevolent fund: contributions from a host of stars including Charles Laughton, Shirley Temple, Bing Crosby, Clark Gable, Richard Tauber. Other people involved with the charity through the years were Deborah Kerr Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh: further volume followed in 1938.
Mr. Robinson parlayed a chiropractic session with Louis B. Mayer into a career keeping MGM actors like Clark Gable, Spencer Tracy, Tyrone Power and Mario Lanza in shape.
Clark Gable said, I never laugh until I've had my coffee.
Now I write Clark Gable on my cable bill.
Ladies and gentlemen, here's a fun fact for you... Did you know that movie stars Clark Gable, Cary Grant, Frank Sinatra, Marlon Brando, Mae West, and Joan Crawford have all appeared in movies with Salvation Army characters? It's true! :-D
IMDb/Bio Trivia About Greg Greg studied improvisation-in-acting with Oscar-winner Alan Arkin, founding member of Second City and co-star of Ben Affleck's film, "Argo." As a Hollywood biographer, profiled and then became close friends with and a protégé of James Andrew "Andy" Hervey (May 31, 1901-Dec. 2, 1987), the first head of publicity for Warner Brothers in the 1920s who then worked for MGM and Paramount as a "story planter" until his retirement in 1956. Hervey knew and worked with Hollywood legends from D.W. Griffith and Charlie Chaplin to Clark Gable, Bing Crosby, Spencer Tracy, James Stewart, Joan Crawford and William Holden, among others. Profiled some of the leading cartoonists and animators of the 20th century: three of Disney's "Nine Old Men" core animators from the studio's golden era (Ollie Johnston, Ward Kimball, Frank Thomas), Chuck Jones of Warner Brothers and MGM (Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Wile E. Coyote), Joseph Barbera of Hanna-Barbera Productions (The Flintstones, Huckleberry Hound, Top ...
Along with Debra Kerr/ Burt Lancaster kiss on the Beach and the shot of Clark Gable telling Vivian…
Interesting story about Clark Gable, he joined the Army air Corps at 41 years old, after the death of his beloved wife Carole Lombard. Who's plane crash outside of Las Vegas going over Mount potency, she was doing a USO tour here in Las Vegas going back to Los Angeles. Clark Gable immediately came to Las Vegas for a rescue effort, they were deemed the king and queen of Hollywood at that time. And truly truly in love. ,, he was still riding high on his success with ,gone with the wind, and his wife just did the film, to be or not to to be,, rescue effort was hopeless, he hired Las Vegas Cowboys and pack mules for the rescue effort over Mount p. Clark Gable eventually joined the US Army air Corps, and was a tail gunner on a B-17, apparently finishing all of his bombing missions and runs. I believe it was the eighth Air Force attached to England bombing raids into Germany. When the German Luftwaffe, found out about Gable flying and bombing over Deutschland. Head of the German Luftwaffe Herman Goring ,, that ...
After the death of his wife Carole Lombard, Clark Gable joined the Army Air Corps. He was eventually promoted to major, and served most of his time in the U.K. (BIO) Clark Gable training in Miami, 1942. Clark Gable marching with other Army Air Corps Officer Candidate School students in Miami, 1942.
By request from Gill Turnbull Shaw, here are some "Fun Facts" about the 1939 film, "Gone With the Wind." "Fun Facts" on the book will come tomorrow: (1) Clark Gable threatened to refuse to attend the film's premiere in Atlanta because Hattie McDaniel was unable to (due to segregation). McDaniel persuaded him to go anyway. (2) Clark Gable disliked this film, since he regarded it as "a woman's picture." (3) Fourteen hundred actresses were interviewed for the role of Scarlett O'Hara, and 400 were invited to do readings. In a poll of book fans, actress Vivien Leigh only received one vote. (4) A prominent Atlanta preacher, Martin Luther King, Sr. attended the cotillion ball held at the film's Atlanta premier. He brought along his son, Martin Luther King, Jr. (5) Margaret Mitchell, the author of the book, disliked the scale of the Tara and Twelve Oaks sets. However, she might take consolation in receiving $50,000 for the rights to her book, then the largest sum paid for an author's first novel.
The 1948 Don Lee Special "driven" by Clark Gable in the movie "To Please a Lady" The lady was Barbara Stanwyck. Nice.
CONTEST TIME!! One lucky person will win this LIFE Great Romances DVD boxed set (used, but lovingly and only very briefly)! Produced by the BBC and released in 2005, this 4-disc set includes a series of short documentaries covering the love stories of 20 iconic couples from music and entertainment. Information-wise, they're not the best, but they are loaded with wonderful archival footage. The highlights for me are Vivien Leigh and Laurence Olivier, and Clark Gable and Carole Lombard. However, the set also includes: Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor, Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward, Natalie Wood and Robert Wagner, Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall, Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier, Ingrid Bergman and Roberto Rossellini, and Marilyn Monroe and Joe DiMaggio, among others. HOW TO ENTER: 1. Hover up to the top of the page and make sure you've clicked the "like" button. 2. Share this post on your own fan page or personal profile. Please make sure the post is set to "public" so I can check and verify. 3. Leave ...
THE NEW LIST of DISCOVERED & DISCOVERING DADS - Many of us in the adoption community have been on quests that uncovered our other fathers. I started a list when I was researching the novel Tapioca Fire and later posted it online. 30 people tagged here gave their two cents and that made it better as we hashed out what we meant: adoption, illegitimacy, reunion or acknowledgment, or denial and loss. Turns out the common denominator was discovery. 1. Albert Einstein [see link] 2. Amram [father of Moses, husband of Yocheved and also father of Aaron and Miriam] 3. Andy Kaufman 4. Barry Corbin [see link] 5. Bill Cosby 6. Brian Jones [see link] 7. Charles Manson [his son sounds emotionally mature and moral - see link] 8. Clark Gable [see link] 9. Darth Vadar 10. David Crosby [briefly anonymous sperm donor, now involved] 11. Edward Starkillers [Game of Thrones] 12. Fyodor Karamazov [Dostoevsky's The Brothers Karamazov] 13. God [Joseph was Jesus' adoptive dad, and Laurie McKnight offers scripture that He "adopted" ...
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"Clark Gable, Irene Dunne and Cary Grant. 3 of the greatest stars.
Clark Gable arrives with Grace Kelly to the 26th annual Academy Awards.
We retained our crown! First place with score of 94 out of 100, 7 points more than second place, at Cinema St. Louis. Hard rounds: Anne Hathaway, Grace Kelly, Clark Gable, Ron Howard, the Wizard of Oz, Ireland, Matt Damon, Warren Beatty, 1994, and Sight and Sound 2012 Best Movies List. Had a great time with Tom Stockman, Z Ranger Rogers,, Jim Batts, Michelle McCue, Dana Young, Travis Keune and Michael Haffner.
Just realized I never put a life-size cardboard cutout of Clark Gable or Adam Scott in my dorm.
Photo: Burt Lancaster and the King of Hollywood, Clark Gable, check out the novel while they make the film.
John Wayne: SUPER PATRIOT??? A MOST interesting FACT about John Wayne--who became a symbol of Americanism, patriotism, and fighting for our rights as Americans. And YET.this great patriot, 34 years old at the start of WW2--never enlisted. He thought about it. He made movies when almost every male Hollywood star, including James Stewart, Clark Gable, Tyrone Power.was getting into "This Man's Army." The Duke stalled and stalled and never entered WW2 in any capacity--other than entertaining the troops. One of his wives said that Wayne's ultra-conservative posturings in later life were a direct result of the abuse he'd taken for dodging the war, and of his massive guilt over it. Wow. THAT is something to think about.
Dream Come True! Marilyn Monroe used to fantasize about Clark Gable as a child - she had a very active imagination. She saw him as an older man type fantasy. Someone who would take care of her. The Misfits was her last completed film in 1961. By then, she was difficult to work with. She looks happy in this photo. Probably because she was thinking that not only was she acting with her idol, but involved with President Kennedy - the only one, by then, whose star was shining brighter than hers. The affair would cost her everything. The movie also stars Montgomery Cliff and is about bringing in wild horses. Marilyn Monroe was a Christian Scientist much like my idol, Eliot Ness and my favorite actor, Val Kilmer.
Chef Paul went to Goldies Restaurant for breakfast yesterday and met a WWII veteran. Chef Paul and this gentleman both served in the Air Force. Ready for this? His Commander was Jimmy Stewart and his gunner was Clark Gable! How amazing is that? We love our veterans and can't thank them enough for their service.
Racers and fans get ready for a 2 Day show this weekend at lucky7 Fri night it's the Wayne hall(Clark Gable) memorial bomber race Paying 800 to win with reg show in limited late model open wheel 4stock and road hog Then open Saturday night it's the spring open wheel shoot out Paying 1000 to win with 10 car min also 400 to win 4 stock with 8 car min plus reg show in bomber limited late model and Road hog Gates open @ 4pm both days With drivers meeting @ 7 Hot laps 7.30 Also on sat night limited late Model paying 700 to win with 10 car min
A beautifully-written eulogy to Mickey Rooney appears in the last issue of Time magazine -- written by 97-year-old Olivia DeHavilland. It describes her first meeting with Rooney as they performed in "A Midsummer Night's Dream" during 1934, and another as they prepared to appear at the 75th anniversary of the Academy Awards in 2004. The piece is just eleven sentences -- and full of memory and emotion. As her character, Melanie Wilkes, was described by Clark Gable in "Gone With the Wind," DeHavilland is "a great lady. A very great lady."
" The cut of the male star was formerly more robust: Charlton Heston, Humphrey Bogart, Clark Gable – these were men’s men, manoeuvring from the Alexandrian chariot to the Western Front with a raised eyebrow in place. But the type of machismo with which Hollywood used to cash cheques, which slipped so easily into the rhythm of day-saving and woman-placating, is now all but redundant. George Clooney is perhaps the only contemporary relic of that 1940s flavour of heterosexuality. With a Cary Grant jawline and non-threatening cool, Clooney lingers as a housewives’ favourite, occasionally modernising his brand with political activism and dips into independent pictures. He banks on a nostalgia for the screen heroes that preceded him. "
My fave westerns are The Searchers w/ the Duke and Natalie Wood, Stagecoach w/ John Carradine and like Richard Widmark/Clark Gable to boot.
All of my movie stars are either too old to act, play character parts now or are in the memories section of the Academy Awards. No more Paul Newman, Liz Taylor, Charlton Heston, Betty Grable, Bette Davis, Marilyn Monroe, Jane Russell, Clark Gable, or Jimmy Stewart. Oh well, even 'tho they are old, I still love Robert Duval, Robert DeNiro, and Al Pacino. Meryl Streep and Dustin Hoffman are even getting more mature parts these days. If Tom Hanks gets grey, I'm quitting the movies. ha.
Check out this shot of Clark Gable as Rhett Butler and Vivien Leigh as Scarlett O'Hara.
HEAVENLY DAYZ (2014): Carole Lombard & Clark Gable are looking for another stage vehicle they can take to Broadway.
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Photo: Clark Gable and Carole Lombard flying to Atlanta for the premiere of Gone With The Wind, 1939
Can one photo hold such collective awesomeness? David Niven, Bob Hope, Cary Grant, and Clark Gable have a laugh:
Rhett Butler - Gone with the Wind. aka Clark Gable
Can not believe we are watching Clark Gable and Marilyn Monroe in the Misfits a 1961 movie!!! I bet I saw this one over 50 years ago!!,
Faulkner in Hollywood. When he wasnt hunting with Clark Gable he was wooing a woman, one round of mini golf at a time
In observation of the recent passing of yet another “Our Gang” alumnus, the inimitable Mickey Rooney was born Joseph Yule, Jr. in 1920 in Brooklyn, New York City to vaudeville parents. At fourteen months old, he sneezed on stage wearing overalls and a harmonica, which prompted his father Joe Sr. to pick up his young son and introduce him as Sonny Yule. Moving Joe Jr. to Kansas City to live with his aunt, his mother Nellie was inspired by an entertainment newspaper to send her son to audition for the “Our Gang” series in Hollywood, with Hal Roach offering him a fraction of what other young stars were making at $5 a day. He went on to get more bit parts in films with such stars as Colleen Moore, Clark Gable, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. and Jean Harlow while attending Hollywood Professional School with then-unknowns Nanette Fabray, Judy Garland and Lana Turner. Landing the role of Mickey McGuire in 1927, Joe Jr. legally changed his name to his character in order to help the producer avoid having to pa ...
Runaway Heiress - Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert star in IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT tonight at
I was just thinking about Mickey Rooney this past week. Him and a few others like Doris Day who turned 90 this past week, and Clark Gable, James Garner, Bob Hope, Judy Garland, Danny Kay, Ben Cosby, Fred Astaire, Betty Grabble, Marilyn Monroe, Jack Lemon, Jane Russell, Rita Hayworth they don't make movie stars like these any more.
Apparently in 1953 Africa, gorillas were eating pineapples. Hmmm... this was in a movie called Mogambo with Clark Gable, Ava Gardner, & Grace Kelly. Did the gorillas have the pineapples sent from Hawaii? I love when movie 's have things in them that aren't possible or totally unrelated to where it is.
Watching Mogombo on TCM while doing laundry. Boy, Clark Gable had it rough. Ava Gardner or Grace Kelly?
Love watching classics, "Mogambo" with Clark Gable, Grace Kelly and Ava Gardner. Class and adventure in the jungle.
Ah Hollywood. Mugambo is on TCM. A young, beautiful Grace Kelly is tortured by her repressed desire for flabby old fart Clark Gable, while a Common Loon calls in the background - in Uganda.
There are a few movies you can watch infinitely. TCM is airing one now. MOGAMBO. Grace Kelly and Ava Gardner are nearly enough without great director Johb Ford, Clark Gable, the others, the real African scenery and animals.
Congratulations to the University of Connecticutt and the Uninversity of Kentucky who will face each other for the National Championship on Monday night from AT and T Stadium in Arlington, TX. Like a cartoon version of Clark Gable said in this classic cartoon called Hollywood Steps Out said, "Don't Go Away Folks, This Oughtta Be Good." I am sure it will good. For the University of Florida and the University of WIsconsin, they played good but just could not get by UConn and Kentucky. I am rooting for one of Syracuse University's old Big East Rivals UConn. I am sure Coach Calhoun and the gang will bring home another National Championship to the UConn campus. The Huskies will chase those Wild Cats out of Arlington like there is no tomorrow.
Let me tell you a story. If you are going to lose your mind about this, stop reading. I was talking to mom the phone again last night, and she said "Your brother wants me to watch all these modern movies all the time. I miss the good actors, like Clark Gable and Carol Lombard and Marlon Brando and Gene Kelly and Laurence Olivier." (me) "Mom what did he have you watch?" (mom) "A movie about a guy who had knives for hands. It was so boring." (me) "Mom, that movie was Edward Scissorhands.! It has been on here too!" (mom) "the acting was terrible and there was no singing or dancing, no good acting in it." (me) "Mom, the guy with the knives for hands is Johnny Depp! He is a fantastic actor, and has made some great movies." (mom) "I never heard of him. It was so dumb. It was about a bunch of housewives who wanted their bushes trimmed, and he did it and then they all got mad at him for no good reason."
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If you go back to the 30s, Folks like Edward G Robinson, Spencer Tracy, Clark Gable, James Cagney.what remarkable actors.
I just wanted to say thanks to everyone thats been playing along in the Best Actor tournament. Its been fun doing this. I hope more of you join in the fun as we move forward. I want to recognize here a few actors that did not make the list. Spencer Tracy, Jack Lemmon, Timothy Olyphant, Jim Caveizel, Jackie Chan, Harvey Keitel, Sylvester Stallone, Eddie Murphy, Michael Douglas, Kurt Russell, Chow Yun Fat, Forest Whitaker, Gary Oldman, John Cusack, Clark Gable, Christoph Waltz, Gregory Peck Andy Lau, & James Dean. Also in forming my list I made a mistake and left someone out. Tim Roth, Star of Reservoir Dogs, Four Rooms & Planet of the Apes. All of these actors were worthy of being in the tournament but only 64 made it in. Now lets go to round 3! Seed Tom Hanks vs Seed Harrison Ford OK Every actor has a film they wish they could erase from their filmography. So for fun this round I will name a stinker for each one. Tom Hanks. The Man with One Red Shoe. Total garbage, unfunny comedy. Harrison Ford. Hollywoo ...
I was listening to that song, interpreting the lyrics. I thought about the day, one of two times that I quit wrestling. It is something at the same time I've always regretted, but at the same time, I sort of, feel, was the right thing. I know I'm not always going to be sure. My Dad wrestled. He was trained by an Olympic Gold Medal, Clark Gable, not the actor, their names just, are similar. The first time I quit I'm still sure is because the other members, of the team were people, who tried to do, all things like a competition. That team did win at State, every year, since I think, the year I was born. That attitude is what had lead, me to do, what both times, had led me to quit the teams, although partially still, I'd think I'd say was still, somewhat was, my fault. I've read a few times, that The Bible, is better considered to be about wrestling, with life, other than a book of solutions. Even though that's how people tend, to try, and look, at it. Like most good writing, one it applies to someone else's ...
Missing here, among the MGM 'Jewels In The Crown', was Clark Gable, then, a lieutenant in the US Army Air Corps.. Also, we see 1st Lieutenant James Stewart, US Army Air Corps; Pfc Desi Arnaz, US Army; Jean-Pierre Aumont, who soon would join the Free French Forces; and, Ensign Robert Taylor, US Navy Reserve.. This was taken in 1943.. Soon, Red Skelton would be called up for military duty..
Me explaining Carlos at work: "No, he doesn't have a ridiculous Chris Evans body. Carlos is more classic like Cary Grant or Clark Gable. He is tall, handsome face, great hair, nice legs, big chest, big shoulders, and sexy muscles. He doesn't look like he can pick up Thor's hammer. He looks like he can throw a punch and do pull ups but also knows how to dress, pick out wine and what books to read. He is perfect."
Great movie "Boom town" love this scene with Frank Morgan,Spencer Tracy and Clark Gable.
Black and white movies ❤️ watching Red Dust. Staring Clark Gable and Mary Astor.
I think Leland Yee's problems were a) he's a corrupt hack, and b) he saw Clark Gable's Soldier of Fortune too many times.
Watching "Wife vs. Secretary" (1936) with Clark Gable, Jean Harlow and Myrna Loy on TCM. Fantastic!
Directed by Clarence Brown. With Clark Gable, Jean Harlow, Myrna Loy. The wife of a publishing executive mistakenly believes that her husband's relationship with his attractive secretary is more than professional. Visit IMDb for Photos, Showtimes, Cast, Crew, Reviews, Plot Summary, Comments, Di...
Jean Harlow on the running board of the 1933 Cadilllac V-16 which Clark Gable had built for her
Birthday girl Jean Harlow between takes of Red Dust with Clark Gable and Victor Fleming:
Jean Harlow with her book of autographed finger prints including those of Joan Crawford and Clark Gable, 1934
He is the next Frederic March, Clark Gable, or Charlie Chaplin. He is James Murray, also a drunk derelict who can’t hold a job.
I'll be introducing the Jean Harlow/Clark Gable film "Red Dust" (1932) tonight at Starts at 7 p.m. and is only $2!
Another day, more stupidity re: GWTW. Cambridge university has changed the "theme" of their May Day ball from GWTW to something else due to racism allegations. I love the fact that the young buck who wrote the first article on the issue actually wrote the phrase "well duh" in her article, a slanderous reference alluding mental retardation. Nice job. The huffington post UK has gone so far as to include the well known youtube video of hattie McDaniel and then criticize the video for "editing out hattie having to walk from the back of the room." Has the entire world gone completely and totally ignorant? It's a miracle that video exists! Besides Vivien Leigh, it is the ONLY video with audio that I've seen from the 1940 awards. I would sure like to see David O. Selznick receiving the Thalberg award or the best picture oscar. Every video of the Academy Awards is edited and people continue to act like Vivien Leigh, Clark Gable, and Olivia de Havilland are personally responsible for Hattie sitting at the back of ...
In 1935, MGM bought Tracy's contact from 20th Century-Fox, as Louis B. Mayer respected his talent and thought he would be a good second lead, particularly in support of the studio's male star, Clark Gable. After four years of playing second-fiddle to Gable, Tracy came into his own as a star in MGM vehicles such as Captains Courageous (1937) and Boys Town (1938), for both of which he won back-to-back Best Actor Oscars. Though he remained friends with Gable, the two never co-starred together after 1940.
Thank you TCM for introducing me to William Powell. A Clark Gable face with the acerbic wit of Groucho Marx
sleeping-on-a-dandelion: If I had ever had the chance to meet Clark Gable (obviously I never have and never...
Recently, women I know have been talking about flying - not in an airplane. I have had many friends who practice the form of meditation known as Transcendental or TM, and in the opposite flow from George Harrison, at least one gravitated toward it from ISKCON, the equally popular Krishna movement. When I was studying chiropractic, a number of fellow students were proponents of the TM system of levitation they call flying. I held my tongue about it all, not so much because I am an experienced aircraft mechanic and thus rightfully cautious about any aircraft to which I have not attached a piece of my well- chewed chewing gum before take-off, like Spencer Tracy did to Clark Gable's plane, but because I have levitated once in meditation, and although I rose not more than a few inches nor more than a minute before I settled with a plop onto my cushion, and because I was afraid of going any higher. What would happen when my crown hit the ceiling? And what would happen if I tried it outdoors? Actually, of course ...
any one who saw Monuments Men think George Clooney looked like Clark Gable?
Joel McCrea and Joseph Cotten. Those are the big 3, but then there is always Van Heflin, Robert Taylor,Clark Gable, etc lol
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