How Many Marriages for Clark Gable?| Movie Classic, September 1931
What a Man!–Clark Gable| Photoplay, October 1931
Why Women Go Crazy About Clark Gable| Photoplay, November 1931
“I’m Not So Sure,” Says Clark Gable | Photoplay, January 1932
“I’m No Saint,” Says Clark Gable| Motion Picture, February 1932
Around the Clock with Clark Gable | New Movie, March 1932
The Great God Gable|  Liberty, March 12, 1932
Just What Makes Them Tick |Photoplay, April 1932
How Would You Like to Be Mrs. Clark Gable?| Modern Screen, May 1932
The Trials of a Hollywood Ex-Wife | Movie Classic, June 1932
Will Clark Gable Last? | Photoplay, August 1932
Why Clark Gable Says “I Get Paid Not to Think”Photoplay, December 1932
Behind the Scenes with Jean and ClarkPhotoplay, 1933
Clark Gable’s New Year Resolutions | Movie Classic, January 1933
Clark Reaches His Goal | Screen Book, March 1933
Gable Answers Your Questions! | Motion Picture, April 1933
Gable! The Movies Saved Him! | Screenland, August 1933
The True Story of Clark Gable’s Romantic Temptations | True Story, August 1933
Movie Acting is the Easiest Job in the World | Silver Screen, 1934
Success Hasn’t Turned His Head | Unknown publication, 1934
The Modern Hostess | Modern Screen, 1934
Are Women to Lose Clark Gable? | Movie Classic, February 1934
Some Grow, Some Swell Silver Screen, March 1934
Clark Gable Cuts the Apron Strings | Photoplay, April 1934
Any Man Would Like Clark Gable’s House! | Motion Picture, July 1934
Let’s Go Home with Clark GableScreenplay, July 1934
This Belongs to Me! This Belongs to You!Screenland, January 1935
This is Clark…and This is Bob | Hollywood, March 1935
Clark Gable’s Rules for Living | Screenland, May 1935
Into a White Hell for You| Hollywood, June 1935
I Love My Husband But– | Modern Screen, June 1935
I’m No Ladies Man, says Clark Gable| Modern Screen, October 1935
Why Gable Has Stayed at the Top | Photoplay, November 1935
I’ve Lived a Lifetime in Five Years–Says Clark GableMotion Picture, February 1936
Love, Fame and the Clark Gables | Photoplay, February 1936
The New Romance in Clark Gable’s Life | Liberty, March 7, 1936
Humor is a Habit for Gable | Motion Picture, March 1936
Don’t Misunderstand the Clark Gables!Movie Classic, March 1936
What are Clark Gable’s Plans for the Future?Motion Picture, May 1936
Jean and Clark Expose Each Other! |Movie Classic, May 1936
Pursuit of the Hollywood He-ManPhotoplay, June 1936
Gable’s Bachelor Dates Screenland, June 1936
He Lives His ImpulsesModern Screen, September 1936
I Had a Date with Clark Gable | Screen Play, October 1936
Is Carole Lombard in Love At Last?Liberty, November, 1936
A Heart to Heart Letter to Carole Lombard and Clark Gable Screen Guide, November 1936
The Evolution of a Wow| Movie Mirror, December 1936
She Gets Away with Murder | Photoplay, 1937
Life Ends at Forty! | Modern Screen, January 1937
The Utterly Balmy Home Life of Carole Lombard | Motion Picture, February 1937
Gone with the Wind Indeed! | Photoplay, March 1937
→  A Date with Clark Gable| Screenland, May 1937
How Will the Gable-Lombard Romance End?|Hollywood, June 1937
Gable Answers the Call of the Wild| Photoplay, June 1937
Gable and Taylor Rivals? | Screenland, June 1937
Why All Hollywood Adores Clark GableMovie Mirror, July 1937
Gable is Afraid of Shirley Temple! | Modern Screen, August 1937
Clark Gable’s Romantic Plight | Photoplay, September 1937
Can the Gable-Lombard Love Story Have a Happy Ending? | Photoplay, May 1938
Hollywood Diary | The Family Circle, May 20, 1938
What’s Become of the Good Scout? |Modern Screen, August 1938
Happiness Ahead for Clark and Carole | Picture Play, August 1938
Gentle Gable | Movie Mirror, October 1938
Why is Carole Lombard Hiding Out from Hollywood? | Screenbook, October 1938
Lombard–as She Sees Herself | Motion Picture, November 1938
At Last! Mrs. Clark Gable Talks | Photoplay, December 1938
Hollywood’s Unmarried Husbands and WivesPhotoplay, January 1939
Hollywood’s Goofy Gal Goes Glamorous Screen Book, February 1939
Will Clark Gable Ever Marry Carole Lombard? | Motion Picture, February 1939
The Hilarious Friendship of Clark Gable and Andy Devine| Movie Mirror, February 1939
Lombard Unlimited | Radio Mirror, April 1939
Blonde Beauty Grows Up | Photoplay, May 1939
Do Hollywood Women Spoil Their Men? | Photoplay, May 1939
Can the Gable-Lombard Romance Last? | Modern Screen, May 1939
How to Get Your Own Clark Gable | Movie Mirror, June 1939
Best Wishes, Carole Lombard Gable | Photoplay, June 1939
Gable Debunks Stardom | Screen Book, June 1939
Will Carole Lombard’s Marriage End Her Career?| Motion Picture, July 1939
The Clark Gables at Home| Screenland, August 1939
Tyrone Learns from Clark | Photoplay, September 1939
Our Home, Our Work–And Children | Movie Mirror, November 1939


Subject: Lombard | Photoplay, January 1940
I Was Afraid of Rhett ButlerLiberty, February 1940
Vivien Leigh, Rhett Butler and I | Photoplay, February 1940
Here’s Rhett–You Asked for Him! | Modern Screen, March 1940
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Gable | Ladies Home Journal, May 1940
My Pal, Clark Gable | Screen Life, May 1940
A Woman’s Lowdown on Clark Gable | Screen Guide, May 1940
Two Happy People Part 1 | Movie and Radio Guide, May 1940
Two Happy People Part 2 | Movie and Radio Guide, May 1940
Two Happy People Part 3 | Movie and Radio Guide, May 1940
Two Happy People Part 4Movie and Radio Guide, May 1940
→ Help Kill Crazy Rumors About Me! Says Carole Lombard (Mrs. Clark Gable)|  Screenland, May 1940
How Clark Gable and Carole Lombard Live| Photoplay, June 1940
Hollywood’s Hold on Gable | Modern Screen, July 1940
How Does Gable Do It? Motion Picture, July 1940
At Home with the Gables | Modern Screen, August 1940
Clark Gable | Screen Album, Summer 1940
Carole Lombard | Movie Stars Parade, Autumn 1940
Clark Gable | Movie Stars Parade, Autumn 1940
The Clark Gable I Photograph | Screen Guide, October 1940
It Looked Good for a Laugh at the Time | Silver Screen, January 1941
Hollywood’s No.1 Menace | Movie Mirror, February 1941
She Knew What She Wanted | Screen Life, March 1941
Gable on the Spot: Things We Like About Clark |Photoplay, April 1941
The Gags of the Gables–Like Crazy! | Photoplay, April 1941
Roughing It…| Cosmopolitan, July 1941
What I Know About Clark Gable | Movies, November 1941
Why Clark Gable is Today’s Topic for Gossip|Hollywood, December 1941
Swell Guy | Modern Screen, March 1942
Goodbye, Carole | Modern Screen, April 1942
What the Loss of Carole Lombard Means to Clark Gable | Photoplay, April 1942
A Letter to Heaven | Screenland, April 1942
Carole Lombard’s Life Story Part 1 | (excerpt),1942
Carole Lombard’s Life Story Part 2 | (excerpt), 1942
How Clark Gable is Conquering Loneliness | Photoplay, August 1942
Why Gable Wants to Fight | Motion Picture, October 1942
The Story Gable Wouldn’t Tell | Modern Screen, November 1942
This is the Real Thing| Motion Picture, November 1942
Open Letter to Clark Gable | Photoplay, December 1942
Salute to a Soldier | Screen Romances, August 1943
Captain Gable, Grim and Gay | Screenland, December 1943
To a Great Guy–Captain Clark Gable | Motion Picture, February 1944
Dear Captain Gable | Stardom, February 1944
A Personal Story on Clark Gable | Photoplay, March 1944
The Girl in Clark Gable’s Life | Photoplay, June 1944
Mission Completed |  Movies, April 1945
Gable! | Screenland, December 1945
The Score on Gable | Photoplay, August 1946
Clark’s Still the King | Silver Screen, August 1947
Foreword: “It Took Nine Tailors” |  by Clark Gable, 1948
Which Girl Has the Gable | Modern Screen, 1948
Gable Speaks Out!Silver Screen, October 1948
A Queen for the King Unknown publication, 1949
Gable Fable | Photoplay, June 1949
The ManMotion Picture, August 1949
My Plans for Gable | Modern Screen, December 1949
If She Wants Him, She’ll Get Him! | Motion Picture, December 1949


→ Just Call Him King by Loretta YoungScreenland, February 1950
→ Meet a Great Lady by Clark GableScreenland, February 1950
The Fourth Mrs. Gable | Unknown publication, April 7, 1950
This Was the Lonely Heart | Modern Screen, April 1950
The Inside Story of the Gable Rift | Modern Screen, July 1951
No Guy Like Gable | Modern Screen, June 1951
Gable–Still on Top | Picturegoer, October 15, 1951
Is Gable’s Love Life Jinxed? | Modern Screen, 1952
Gable and a Girl Named Kelly | Modern Screen, July 1953
→ Gable Wants to Marry Again|  Screenland, February 1953
The King Abdicates | Photoplay, May 1954
The Gable Saga | Cosmopolitan, June 1954
Clark Gable: The Lonely Man | Look, September 7, 1954
Live Alone and Like It? | Modern Screen, April 1955
The Wife Clark Gable Forgot | Confidential, July 1955
Too Old to Love? | Motion Picture, August 1955
Clark Gable’s Haunted Love LifeSilver Screen, August 1955
Clark Gable: His Life Story | Look, October 4, 1955
She Calls Him Pappy But She Calls Him Darling| Photoplay, February 1957
I Call on Clark Gable | The Saturday Evening Post, October 5, 1957
Sophia Loren and Clark Gable | Parade, October 25,1959


Clark Gable is Dead: A Last Intimate Look |  Life, November 28, 1960
A Famous Pair–and a Finale | Life, January 13, 1961
A Last Look at a King | Look, January 31, 1961
Gable’s Last Movie: Prelude to TragedyLook, January 31, 1961
The Fabulous Life and Loves of Clark Gable | Screenland, March 1961
The Secret Clark Gable and Kay Never Shared Photoplay, April 1961
Clark Gable’s Baby: This is a Story of Faith and Immortality| Modern Screen, May 1961
Scoop in Color: Gable’s SonPhotoplay, June 1961
Clark Gable as I Knew Him | Look, August 29, 1961
Introduction | Book Excerpt by Joan Crawford, 1967


Clark Gable and Carole Lombard: A California Ranch HouseArchitectural Digest, April 1990
Daughter of Deception | People, April 18, 1994
Clark Gable: Desert Sunset for the Star of The Misfits Architectural Digest, April 2000
A Man’s Man Off the Screen TooLos Angeles Times, January 28, 2001
Captain Hollywood | America in World War II, February 2008