This month, Clark is a tough cattle baron and Ava Gardner is a sassy newspaperwoman in 1800’s Texas in Lone Star (1952).
In this semi-factual historical western, Gable is Devereaux Burke, a cattle baron enlisted by President Andrew Jackson (Barrymore) in 1845 to help convince Texas to become part of the United […]
In a Nutshell: Never Let Me Go (1953)
Directed by: Delmer Daves
Co-stars: Gene Tierney
Synopsis: Gable is Philip Sutherland, an American war correspondent stationed in Moscow. He falls in love with Marya (Tierney), a Russian ballet dancer. After they wed, Philip receives orders to ship back to the United States, […]
In a Nutshell: Across the Wide Missouri (1951)
Directed by: William Wellman
Co-stars: Ricardo Montalban, Adolphe Menjou
Synopsis: Gable is Flint Mitchell, a fur trapper from Kentucky leading a group of French and Scottish trappers through the rugged West in the 1820′s. Battling Blackfoot Indians all the way, especially their chief […]
This month’s film is the 1953 jungle romance-adventure Mogambo.
The most interesting thing about this film is that it is a remake of Red Dust, with Clark reprising his role. What man could reprise the leading role of the jungle Lothario […]
Voted on by you Gable fans…The Hucksters is the Movie of the Month for February!
And the winner of The Hucksters on DVD is Debbie Moore, who voted via Facebook!
The Hucksters is my personal favorite of Clark’s films after […]
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