From June 1932:
Big he-man Clark Gable, who doesn’t pull his punches, would like to know who was the dirty so-and-so who put pencil shavings with his choice tobacco in the tobacco jar. The finger of suspicion points to Buster Keaton–but yoo-hoo Buster, you know me, I [...]
From December 1931:
Buster Keaton got generous one day and invited the entire cast of “Possessed” to be his guests for luncheon.
Joan Crawford and Clark Gable were the honored guests.
Then he served them corned beef and cabbage and onions. And that [...]
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