Kathleen “Kay” Williams

5 comments on “Kathleen “Kay” Williams
  1. Karen says:

    I worked for the law firm that handled the Gable estate after Mr. Gable died. Mrs. Gable came into the office on several occasions. Very pretty lady and I felt so incredibly sorry for her because Gable never got to see his son.

  2. tom says:

    @karen….that’s really cool…you were lucky to see someone so much a part of Hollywood history, even if she herself was not famous. It’s a great love story between them.

  3. Kathleen says:

    I am named for Kay who is really Kathleen.. My mom and her grew up together in Erie and my mom stayed with her for 3 months the yr. before I was born. My mom came back to Meadvile and they talked often. I remember as a kid when her Christmas card came it was always so beautiful and that we always knew her handwriting. We moved to Warren Ohio and when they were in Cleveland for Teachers Pet’s opening they called. I went to school and said Clark Gable called last night so of course no one believed me..so I wrote her and she sent me several pic of her and Clark and signed them also of Pres..Eisenhower. My mom had lots of snapshots of her stay and some of the people who came over like Van Johnson, George Montgumery…my mom is gone now but I remember a lot of the stories she told me of their times together…

  4. Delia Molloy says:

    I watched Gone with the Wind on tv tonight, Australia WA. 2016. and Clarke Gable should he be walking on the earth today he would certainly set many hearts beating fast….There don’t seem to be that type of “MAN” in the movies these days. George Clooney might come near. There are no men left in the movies these days; Brad Pitt, Leonardo De Caprio all seem soooooooooooooooo afeminate. Clarke was a MAN. i wish Hollywood woudl bring back the MEN…and romance….and stop the violence in movies. We have enough violence in real life these days; bring back the romance in life and give role models of REAL MEN and REAL WOMEN. Amen. Delia xx

  5. Jane says:

    Clark Gable = Star Power, being a star with class and dignity and not getting involved with politics.

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