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January Movie of the Month: Chained (1934)

This month, the site’s friends on Facebook voted and chose this 1934 romantic comedy starring Clark and his most frequent leading lady, Joan Crawford, for January’s Movie of the Month....

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CMBA Blogathon: Why Test Pilot (1938) Should Be Your Third Clark Gable Movie

We interrupt Carole Lombard Month to bring you this post, which is part of the Classic Movie Blog Association’s Planes, Trains and Automobiles Blogathon. I’ve selected Test Pilot to talk...

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Everything That is Wrong with Gable and Lombard (1976) Part Two

Part Two of me watching Gable and Lombard (1976) again and reporting back on how terrible it is. Here’s Part One. (I am quoting a movie that is Rated R...

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Everything That is Wrong with Gable and Lombard (1976) Part One

Oh, the things I do in the name of this site. I receive a lot of random emails (by the way if I don’t answer your email right away, forgive...

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{Photos} Parnell (1937)

 Parnell is widely known as Clark Gable’s worst film. I have always disagreed. While the script could have used some work and is far from historically accurate, there is great...

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{Photos} To Please a Lady (1950)

Some photos from To Please a Lady, which was later re-released as “Red Hot Wheels” or “Indianapolis.” Filmed on location at the Indianapolis Speedway, there are some great on the...

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{New Article} 1935: The Only Girl on a Gable Location

This piece from 1935 was written by a reporter sent to the Catalina Island set of Mutiny on the Bounty. Oh, to be the lone female reporter hunting down the...

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{Photos} Love on the Run (1936)

Today we’re looking at some of the photos from Love on the Run (1936), one of the several Clark Gable/Joan Crawford pairings. A lot of people don’t, but I actually...

Let's have a look at some of the beautiful photos from Saratoga (1937).  Taken at face value, Saratoga is not a spectacular film. It has become infamous because it was Jean Harlow's final film--in fact she died of kidney failure before it was completed, at the young age of 26. When it came time to take publicity photos for the film, Jean was so weak she could hardly hold herself up. That is why in these beautiful pictures, Jean is laying down, leaning on Clark or being held up by him.

{Photos} Saratoga (1937)

Let’s have a look at some of the beautiful photos from Saratoga (1937).  Taken at face value, Saratoga is not a spectacular film. It has become infamous because it was...

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{Photos} Hold Your Man (1933)

Today, here’s some photos from one of my very favorite Clark Gable films, Hold Your Man (1933). Adorable publicity shots with Jean Harlow: Clark and Jean were buddies and it...