Wrote / appeared (as Himself) in "Spectre of the Rose" for "Inner Sanctum Mysteries".
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[on Clark Gable
] He was America's dream of itself, a symbol of courage, indomitable against the greatest of odds. But he was also a human being, kind, likable, a guy right out of the life all around the fans who worshiped him. Gable was the boy-man, without arrogance, but plenty of fire and spunk, a gay, daring, dashing blade.
At a party in Hollywood one night in the 1950s, he had a bit too much to drink and, as he was wont to do when "in his cups", began spinning a story. This particular night his story was about a group of astronauts who crash-land on a planet populated entirely by beautiful, horny women who capture the astronauts and plan to use them to repopulate their planet. A year or so after that he heard about...