Knowledge Identifier: +Clark_Gable
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1901.
Countries: United States (73%), United Kingdom (8%), Canada (3%)
Linked to: Warner Bros., American Film Institute, Motion Picture Association of America, Life
Clark Gable in Ohio Birth Records and 1910 US Census.
Pauline Frederick - She had a two-year affair with Clark Gable in the 1920s when Gable was a struggling young actor
George Brent - In 1927, he appeared on Broadway in "Love, Honor, and Betray" alongside Clark Gable
After several failed screen tests for Barrymore and Zanuck, Gable was signed in 1930 by MGM's Irving Thalberg.
Carole Lombard - In 1930's "Safety in Numbers" with Charles "Buddy" Rogers and 1932's "No Man of Her Own" with Clark Gable
Irving Berlin - It was first sung by Harry Richman in 1930 and became a no. 1 hit, and in 1939, Clark Gable sang it in the movie "Idiot's Delight"
Donald Crisp - Throughout the 1930s and 1940s, he appeared in a wide range of roles alongside some of the era's biggest stars, including Katharine Hepburn in "The Little Minister" , Charles Laughton and Clark Gable in "Mutiny on the Bounty" , Bette Davis and Henry Fonda in "That Certain Woman" , Laurence Olivier in "Wuthering Heights" , Errol Flynn in "The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex" and "The Sea Hawk" and Gregory Peck in "The Valley of Decision"
After moving to California, they were married again in 1931, possibly due to differences in state legal requirements.
Johnny Mack Brown - Brown went on to make several more top-flight movies under the name John Mack Brown, including "The Secret Six" with Wallace Beery, Jean Harlow, and Clark Gable, as well as the legendary Lost Generation celebration of alcohol, "The Last Flight" , and was being groomed by MGM as a leading man until being abruptly replaced on "Laughing Sinners" in 1931, with all his scenes reshot, substituting rising star Clark Gable in his place
Barbara Stanwyck - Numerous prominent roles followed, among them the children's nurse who saves two little girls from being gradually starved to death by a vicious Clark Gable in "Night Nurse" , "Shopworn" 1932, "the ambitious woman from "the wrong side of the tracks" in "Baby Face" , the self-sacrificing title character in "Stella Dallas" , Molly Monahan in "Union Pacific" with Joel McCrea, the con artist who falls for her would-be victim in "The Lady Eve" , a nightclub performer who gives a professor understanding of "modern English"
Gable had a daughter, Judy Lewis, the result of an affair with actress Loretta Young that began on the set of The Call of the Wild in 1934.
Eddie Quillan - Eddie Quillan would remain a popular leading and secondary actor throughout the sound film era and would appear in such notable fims as 1935's "Mutiny on the Bounty" with Clark Gable, Charles_Laughton, and Franchot Tone, 1939's "Young Mr. Lincoln" opposite Henry Fonda and Alice Brady, and as 'Connie Rivers' in John Ford's 1940 film adaptation of the John Steinbeck novel "The Grapes of Wrath" opposite Henry Fonda and 1943's "Alaska Highway" and "It Ain't Hay" opposite the comedic duo Abbot
Loretta Young - In 1935, Young had an affair with a then-married Clark Gable while on location for "The Call of the Wild"
Yakima Canutt - In the 1936 film "San Francisco" Canutt replaced Clark Gable in a scene in which a wall was to fall on the star
Carole Lombard - Lombard's most famous relationship came in 1936 when she became involved with Clark Gable
The film was good enough to bring Gable more movie offers, including Run Silent, Run Deep, with co-star and producer Burt Lancaster, which featured his first on screen death since 1937, and which garnered good reviews.
Lionel Barrymore - When Jean died in 1937, Lionel and Clark Gable mourned her as though she had been family
Gable's marriage in 1939 to his third wife, actress Carole Lombard (19081942), was the happiest period of his personal life.
Yakima Canutt - In 1940, Canutt sustained serious internal injuries when a horse fell on him while doubling for Clark Gable in "Boom Town"
Zeke Zekley - Zekley created what he called "murals without morals", and in 1940 he was commissioned to paint a mural for Clark Gable's ranch house
Intyre were sent to Miami Beach, Florida, where they entered USAAF OCS Class 42-E on August 17, 1942.
Bob Clampett - Beginning with a magazine article in 1946, shortly after he left the studio, and increasing as years went on, Clampett repeatedly referred to himself as "the creator" of Bugs Bunny, often adding the side-note that he used Clark Gable's carrot-eating scene in "It Happened One Night" as inspiration for his "creation
Pamela Britton - She returned to the big screen opposite Clark Gable in "Key to the City" , and went on to make her most significant film appearance in the classic "D.O.A.", in 1950
Max Terhune - His hands doubled for those of Clark Gable in "The King and Four Queens" in 1956
Jean Willes - She was one of the "four queens" pursuing Clark Gable in "The King and Four Queens" and appeared on several popular television shows in the 1960s and 1970s, such as "The Twilight Zone," "Bonanza", "Meet McGraw" with Frank Lovejoy, "The Munsters", "Perry Mason" with Raymond Burr, "The Alfred Hitchcock Hour", "Bat Masterson" with Gene Barry, "The Beverly Hillbillies" with Buddy Ebsen and Irene Ryan, and "Kojak" with Telly Savalas
Ray Ryan (businessman) - In 1962 Ryan, with partner Ernie Dunlevie, opened the Bermuda Dunes Country Club which later became a host club for the Bob Hope Classic golf tournament and where Clark Gable built a home on the sixth fairway
Marilyn Monroe - In August 2018 a lost Marilyn Monroe nude scene, which shows Monroe and Clark Gable, was found