Clark gable was the embodiment of hollywood's golden age, known for his role in the movie gone with the wind learn more at biographycom. Clark gable is one of the few celebrities that nobody had anything bad to say about everyone who knew him said he was a kind, gentle, easy to get along with, unassuming, modest man no one who knew jean harlow had anything bad to say about her either. There are detailed passages of his friendships with clark gable and greta garbo, charming and thrilling anecdotes of his lengthy career and personal life meet the sexual candy man of. According to linda lewis, the daughter-in-law of the late actress, loretta young was the victim of a date rape at the hands of clark gable in 1935 which led to young becoming pregnant with. Jack n young, a navy frogman turned stuntman who stood in for richard widmark in 'slattery's hurricane,' for rock hudson in 'winchester '73' and for look-alike clark gable in the legendary actor.
The white woman was petula clark, the two-time grammy-winning british singer with a slew of top 10 hits, including “downtown” and “my love” at the time, she was a popular guest on variety. Clark gable: the man, the myth, the legend clark gable was in mogambo (1953) with donald sinden, who was in balto (1995) with kevin bacon giving gable surprisingly only two degrees of separation william clark gable first appeared on february 1st 1901 to an audience of his mother and father in cadiz, illinois. In 1939, clark gable and carole lombard, the stars of gone with the wind and nothing sacred, bought a 20-acre ranch in encino as stars of the silent film era like mary pickford, douglas fairbanks.
Clark gable was the one ‘gent’ on set – and he suffered a severe heart-attack two days after production, dying ten days later it’s not a comfortable viewing. Gable's only acknowledged child, john clark gable, the result of his union with kay speckles, was born shortly after gable died hailed as valentino with a voice, clark gable embodied sex appeal. Gable and crawford: king and queen of hollywood by 1931, clark gable had appeared in a handful of movies, but had achieved real success only on stage joan crawford once said that clark gable was the only man she had ever truly loved, but that maybe it was better that they didn’t get married she knew that in the long run, gable didn. That man just happenes to be clark gable and his wife carole lombard clark gable was a hollywood star and among the most famous figures in the world when two events altered his life first, the japanese attacked pearl harbor on dec 7, 1941, hurtling the united states into world war ii.
William clark gable was born in cadiz, ohio, to william henry will gable (1870–1948), an oil-well driller, and his wife, adeline (née hershelman) his father was a protestant and his mother a roman catholic. When clark gable arrived on the set of “gone with the wind” in 1938, he was already one of the biggest stars in hollywood lennie bluett was an 18-year-old extra who wouldn’t even receive screen credit. Michael munn, a film historian and author of “john wayne — the man behind the myth,” claims that stalin wanted to the famous hollywood icon westerns with spencer tracy and clark gable were also some of his favorites joseph stalin although he loved westerns, he decided that john wayne was a threat to the cause and should be. Victor fleming (seated second from right) with vivien leigh and clark gable on the set of “gone with the wind,” in 1939, the year he also made “the wizard of oz.
Later in this scene gable 'wins' an argument with a younger man by recounting a story about a newspaper's text imprinting on the seat of his pants and thus making bystanders laugh. Clark gable, the most manly of hollywood man candy ever for this monday life magazine said of clark gable: “all man and then some” his costar in eight films, joan crawford, agreed, saying: “he was the most masculine man that i have ever met in my life. It was a perfect role for clark gable, whose studio, mgm, was in the midst of renovating his image as a romantic “lover” into that of a hardened he-man when gable, the 22-year-old young, and the rest of the crew left for mount baker, washington, in january of 1935, gable was a month from winning best actor for his turn in it happened one. In 1866, brothers ben and clint allison, disillusioned after fighting with quantrell's raiders during the civil war, turn outlaw and spend several months committing robberies.
Clark gable memorabilia– the man, the myth — the items that defined him clark gable memorabilia gone with the wind memorabilia // admin // november 1, 2013 // no comments if you would like to auction, buy, consign or sell clark gable memorabilia, please email [email protected] or call (310) 699-5791. Finally, the popular belief is that the word “damn” was first used in a movie by clark gable in “gone with the wind” according to other accounts it was also used earlier in several silent film and “talkies” including “cavalcade” in 1933 and “pygmalion” in 1938. Fbi director j edgar hoover — the man who plagued the black liberation movement from marcus garvey to the black panther party — was known by his peers as a passing black man clark gable the original “tall, 15 historical figures you didn’t know were black.
Clark gable suffers a heart attack clark gable suffers a heart attack clark suffered a heart attack on the morning of november 6, 1960 and was rushed via ambulance to hollywood presbyterian hospital judy lewis' birthday judy lewis' birthday clark gable's daughter with loretta young, judy lewis, was born on november 6, 1935, in los angeles. The man, the myth, the legend clark gable was in macomb (1953) with donald sinned, who was in ballot (1995) with kevin bacon giving gable surprisingly only two degrees of separation william clark gable first appeared on february 1st 1901 to an audience of his mother and father in cadis, illinois the boy would grow. To more whites than i think would admit, there is always at the back of the mind this image, this myth of gone with the wind, with clark gable and scarlett o’hara in the big house and blacks—happy, irresponsible, faithful and grateful—in their appointed places in the kitchens and the fields.