From September 1941:
Carole Lombard was calling for Clark Gable at the close of the day out at MGM. “We’re having an evening out,” Clark said. And what do you suppose they did? They went to dinner at the Beverly Hills Brown Derby, then slipped back to the studio, where Ann Sothern’s new picture “Lady Be Good” was run off in a projection room for the two of them. That’s the way they see all their movies. If they attempt to go to a regular theater—they’d be mobbed!