Clark Gable and Gone with the Wind producer David O. Selznick didn’t exactly always see eye-to-eye (to put it mildly), but nonetheless David let bygones be bygones and gifted Clark with this gorgeous Tiffany’s cigarette case for Christmas in 1939:
“Presented to Clark Gable at the [...]
1. Tickets for the premiere went on sale at Loews Grand Theater on November 18, 1939.
2. The premiere festivities lasted from December 13-15, 1939.
3. Ann Rutherford (Careen O’Hara) was the first star to arrive, on December 13. She was given the key to the city.
4. One of Ann’s first stops was [...]
In what has become a yearly tradition, AMC (American Movie Classics) is showing a full day of Gone with the Wind today, the day before Thanksgiving!
It will air starting at 10:00am, then 3:00pm, 8:00pm and 1:00am (all times EST).
Read more here.
Enjoy and have a Happy Thanksgiving!
In 2013, I participated in a blogathon that asked to describe the film that peaked your interest in classic films. My choice was, of course, Gone with the Wind.
Here’s just a small representation of the many kinds of posters used to promote Gone with the Wind upon it’s release and re-release:
This month, it’s Clark Gable and Sophia Loren romping around the beautiful Capri scenery in It Started in Naples.
Clark is Mike Hamilton, a Philadelphia lawyer who travels to Rome to settle the estate of his estranged brother who drowned. He is shocked to learn that he [...]
Clark Gable was famous for thirty years and in that time signed a lot of things–pictures, movie posters, books, handkerchiefs, napkins, hairbows, baseballs, hats…I’ve seen it all. This one, however, is new to me. Here Clark has signed–and inscribed–a copy of Gone with the Wind in Italian!
2014 has brought about the 75th anniversary of Gone with the Wind, which has been met with much deserving fanfare. No doubt, Rhett Butler is who draws the majority of people into Clark Gable fandom these days.
But this year brings about another important film milestone: the [...]
This month, Clark Gable is doin’ what he does best as the fast talkin’ rogue, Myrna Loy is his lady and William Powell is his conscience in Manhattan Melodrama.
Gable is Blackie Gallagher, a gambling, gun-slinging gangster, who remains best friends with his childhood pal, Jim Wade (Powell), an ambitious [...]
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