In a Nutshell: Strange Interlude (1932)
Directed by: Robert Z. Leonard
Co-stars: Norma Shearer, Alexander Kirkland, Ralph Morgan
Synopsis: Gable is Dr. Ned Darrell, who has fallen in love with Nina Leeds (Shearer), a free-spirited young woman who is mourning the loss of her love in World War I. Also in [...]
Okay, okay, I know it’s the end of the month and here I am just now declaring the Movie of the Month for September. In my defense, I just moved and my office has turned out to be the last room to get unpacked. I always rewatch the Movie [...]
It’s interesting to see what a few short years in Hollywood will do to one’s stardom!
Clark Gable burst on the scene in 1931 and literally went from a nobody to a somebody over night. His path can be traced through MGM’s magazine advertisements….
In 1931, he was a newbie and certainly didn’t [...]
The Mayfair Ball was annual event held every February by the exclusive Mayfair Club. It was the seen-and-be-seen event of the year, taking place in one of the posh Hollywood hotels. The event is best remembered by Clark Gable and Carole Lombard fans for being the birthplace of their spark, as they began flirting for the [...]
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