Clark Gable – A Pictorial

 

“I’m no actor and I never have been. What people see on the screen is me.” ~ Clark Gable

 

Clark Gable

 

“I worked like a son of a bitch to learn a few tricks and I fight like a steer to avoid getting stuck with parts I can’t play.” ~ Clark Gable

 

Clark Gable

 

“I hate a liar. Maybe because I’m such a good one myself, heh? Anyway, to find someone has told an out and out lie puts him on the other side of the fence from me for all time.” ~ Clark Gable

 

Clark Gable

 

“I am intrigued by glamorous women… A vain woman is continually taking out a compact to repair her makeup. A glamorous woman knows she doesn’t need to.” ~ Clark Gable

 

Clark Gable

 

“Hell, if I’d jumped on all the dames I’m supposed to have jumped on, I’d have had no time to go fishing.” ~ Clark Gable

 

Clark Gable and wife Carole Lombard

 

“It is an extra dividend when you like the girl you’ve fallen in love with.” ~ Clark Gable

 

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4 Responses to “Clark Gable – A Pictorial”

  1. […] David O. Selznick and directed by Victor Fleming from a screenplay by Sidney Howard. The film stars Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh, Leslie Howard, Olivia de Havilland, and Hattie McDaniel. “Gone With The […]

  2. […] March 29, 1939, during a break in production on “Gone with the Wind”, Clark Gable and Carole Lombard drove to Kingman, Arizona and were married in a ceremony with only Gable’s […]

  3. […] Clark Gable – A Pictorial “I worked like a son of a bitch to learn a few tricks and I fight like a steer to avoid getting stuck with parts I can’t play.” ~ Clark Gable […]

  4. […] Clark Gable and Marilyn Monroe, two icons of the silver screen, shared their very last scene in what was the final film appearance for both in “The Misfits”, in which Marilyn’s character asks, “How do you find your way home in the dark?”, to which Clark Gable’s character replies, “Just head for that big star straight on. The highway’s under it. It will take us right home.” Clark Gable would die less than a month later on November 16, 1960 before the film’s release date of February 1, 1961. Marilyn Monroe died less than two years later on August 5, 1962. […]

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