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Gable and Lombard ()


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A biography about the love affair between 1930s Hollywood superstars Clark Gable and Carole Lombard.

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Clark Gable
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Carole Lombard
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Louis B. Mayer
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Ivan Cooper
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Ria Gable
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Dixie
Carol McGinnis ...
Noreen
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A. Broderick
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Sheriff Ellis (as Alan D. Dexter)
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The Judge
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Colonel (as Bill Bryant)
Alice Backes ...
Hedda Hopper
John Lehne ...
Attorney Kramer
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Gable's Director
Betsy Jones-Moreland ...
Party Guest
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Lombard's Director
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Vivien Leigh
Jodean Lawrence ...
Party Guest (as Jodean Russo)
Drew Michaels ...
Party Guest
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Roger - Party Guest
Richard Gittings ...
Party Guest
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Party Guest
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Emcee
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Ragland (as Frank Stell)
Jack Griffin ...
Gate Guard
Andy Albin ...
Forest Ranger
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Brogan
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Jack actor in bathtub scene (uncredited)
Lew Brown ...
Mis Watson's Lawyer (uncredited)
Frank Delfino ...
Munchkin (uncredited)
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Waiter (uncredited)
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Gable's Sunday School Teacher (uncredited)

Directed by

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Sidney J. Furie

Written by

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Barry Sandler ... ()

Produced by

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Harry Korshak ... producer

Music by

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Michel Legrand

Cinematography by

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Jordan Cronenweth ... (as Jordan S. Cronenweth)

Film Editing by

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Argyle Nelson Jr. ... (as Argyle Nelson)

Editorial Department

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Doug Young ... assistant film editor (uncredited)

Casting By

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Don McElwaine ... (uncredited)

Production Design by

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Edward C. Carfagno

Set Decoration by

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Hal Gausman

Costume Design by

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Edith Head

Makeup Department

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Del Acevedo ... makeup artist (uncredited)
Marina Pedraza ... hair stylist (uncredited)
Lorraine Roberson ... hair stylist (uncredited)
Rick Sharp ... makeup department head (uncredited)

Production Management

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James Fargo ... unit production manager (as Jim Fargo)
Fred Slark ... unit production manager (uncredited)

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Michael Messinger ... second assistant director (as Mike Messinger)
Jon Triesault ... second assistant director
James A. Westman ... first assistant director
Harriette Pellegrino ... trainee assistant director (uncredited)

Art Department

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Leo Anderson ... assistant props (uncredited)
Jean Andrews ... stand-by painter (uncredited)
Bill Gold ... poster designer (uncredited)
Frank Nifong ... assistant property master (uncredited)
Arthur Smedley ... leadman (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Robert L. Hoyt ... dubbing mixer
Don Sharpless ... sound stage mixer
Bob Callen ... sound recordist (uncredited)
Lowell Harris ... boom operator (uncredited)
William Morris ... cable person (uncredited)
Dennis C. Salcedo ... optical sound recordist (uncredited)

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Don Wolz ... special effects (uncredited)

Stunts

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Hal Needham ... stunts (uncredited)
Dick Ziker ... stunt coordinator (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Glenn Adams ... still photographer (uncredited)
Thomas Del Ruth ... camera operator (uncredited)
Gary Holt ... gaffer (uncredited)
Daniel R. Jordan ... key grip (uncredited)
Walter Nichols ... best boy (uncredited)
George Olson ... second grip (uncredited)
Frederic J. Smith ... assistant camera (uncredited)
Edward Thompson ... dolly grip (uncredited)
Harry Thompson ... assistant camera (uncredited)
Donald E. Thorin ... camera operator (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Henry Alexander ... casting secretary (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Tom Bronson ... wardrobe (uncredited)
Alex D'Alessio ... wardrobe (uncredited)
Geraldine Hayward ... wardrobe (uncredited)
Peggy Thorin ... wardrobe (uncredited)

Script and Continuity Department

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Betty A. Griffin ... script supervisor (uncredited)

Transportation Department

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Richard L. Dresser ... driver (uncredited)
Steve Hellerstein ... driver (uncredited)
Frank Montagna ... driver (uncredited)
Ken Peterson ... driver captain (uncredited)

Other crew

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Tom Greene ... historical Hollywood consultant
Bernie Richards ... consultant: Paris
Dottie Blair ... stand-in (uncredited)
Kenneth Carter ... publicist (uncredited)
Paul Martia Sr. ... craft service (uncredited)
George Phillips ... stand-in (uncredited)
Marlene Rubenstein ... secretary (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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Taglines It was the wildest, wackiest love affair Hollywood ever knew. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Los ídolos también aman (Spain)
  • Gable és Lombard (Hungary)
  • Gable & Lombard (Finland)
  • Gable og Lombard - en duft af skandale (Denmark)
  • Skandale-paret Gable og Lombard (Norway)
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Runtime
  • 131 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Clark Gable was indeed sued in a paternity suit and he did wind up in the courtroom. However, Carole Lombard did not come to Gable's defense. Gable was able to prove he was not in England where the conception was said to have taken place and the woman was sent to a year in jail for slandering his name. See more »
Goofs Even though Gable is seen in uniform when Lombard's plane crashes, he didn't actually enlist in Army Air Force until six months after her death. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in The Top Ten Films of 1976 (1977). See more »

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