Clark Gable


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United States film actor (1901-1960)

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Highlights of the Monroe lots also included an autographed letter signed by the 18-year-old 'Norma Jeane' 52,500 dollars, a personal Monroe photograph signed by Clark Gable, Humphrey Bogart and Gary Cooper 60,000 dollars, a portrait of a young Marilyn wearing a sheer lace trim, signed 37,500 dollars, and Monroe's invitation to a John F.
When Clark Gable ran over and killed a woman and her child, Mayer paid another man a $1m to own up to the crime and go to jail.
It was once thought the story about Clark Gable was just a local legend but it proved correct after the original visitors' book containing his name was found.
THANKS to Warner Home Video, I have 10 copies to give away on DVD if you can tell me when did Clark Gable die?
What was the last film to star Clark Gable and Marilyn Monroe together?
Clark Gable used to shower more than four times a day
They couldn't because this man is Clark Gable come to life.
The 1939 film, which starred Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh, is the highest-grossing film ever after adjustments for ticket prices.
The ladies of Miami were craning their necks to catch a glimpse of GI 191-257-41--Corporal Clark Gable, former movie actor and, according to female fans, the most desirable man on the planet.
HOLLYWOOD lost one of its true greats on this day in 1959 when screen heart-throb Clark Gable died.
1960: Clark Gable, the "King of Hollywood" and Oscar winner, died after shooting the final scenes of The Misfits opposite Marilyn Monroe.
A far cry from "the glory days of Clark Gable, Marilyn Monroe and Frank Sinatra.
The archives also is making available records of about 150 "persons of exceptional prominence" including Steve McQueen, Elvis Presley, Clark Gable, Henry Fonda, Jackie Robinson, and Joe Louis.
One of the very early Oscars went to a film he ought to watch called "It Happened One Night," starring Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert.