The following articles were added to the Article Archive in 2012:
1932: “I’m Not So Sure,” Says Clark Gable
1932: The Great God Gable
1939: The Hilarious Friendship of Clark Gable and Andy Devine
1934: Clark Gable Cuts the Apron Strings
1937: Clark Gable Answers the Call of the Wild
1931: Why Women Go Crazy About Clark Gable
1931: What a Man–Clark Gable
1940: I Was Afraid of Rhett Butler
1955: Live Alone and Like It?
1934: Let’s Go Home with Clark Gable
1938: Gentle Gable
1940: A Woman’s Lowdown on Clark Gable
1955: Clark Gable’s Haunted Love Life
1955: Clark Gable: His Life Story
1936: A Heart to Heart Letter to Carole Lombard and Clark Gable
1938: Why is Carole Lombard Hiding Out from Hollywood?
1949: My Plans for Gable
1936: He Lives His Impulses
1932: Would You Like to Be Mrs. Gable?
1957: She Calls Him “Pappy” But She Calls Him “Darling”
1940: Two Happy People Part IV
1936: Is Carole Lombard in Love At Last?
1961: The Secret Clark Gable and Kay Never Shared
1940: Two Happy People Part II
1933: Behind the Scenes with Jean and Clark
1950: This Was the Lonely Heart
1961: Clark Gable as I Knew Him
The following films were Movie of the Month in 2012:
January: Key to the City
February: The Hucksters
No March? Ooops.
April: Laughing Sinners
July: A Free Soul
August: Command Decision
September: Dancing Lady
October: The Easiest Way
December: Honky Tonk
New, well–new vintage, reviews were posted for the following films:
The Painted Desert
The Easiest Way
Dance Fools Dance
A Free Soul
The White Sister
No Man of Her Own
Hold Your Man
Men in White
It Happened One Night
Mutiny on the Bounty
Call of the Wild
Over 700 pictures have been added to the gallery in 2012! We are now at over 10,700 photos!
I have several radio shows that I need to dust off and put on the site. I’ve had them awhile, but when I changed formats to WordPress I had to delay posting them. I am hoping to get them up in the next few weeks.
Also I have a big stack of articles to type, so they’re coming out, one by one!
Thank you, Clark Gable fans, for your support! There is so much more to come and I appreciate everyone’s encouragement!
Happy New Year!
Clark Gable, Van Heflin, Gary Cooper and Jimmy Stewart, New Years Eve 1957