misstanwyck:

Carole Lombard and Clark Gable in the pre-code film No Man of Her Own, 1932 


A woman at the beach with a Clark Gable cardboard cutout, date unknown.

A woman at the beach with a Clark Gable cardboard cutout, date unknown.

Clark Gable photographed by Alfred Eisenstaedt on the set of San Francisco, 1936.

Older men blues…

vivienleighseyebrow:

I may have a serious psychological issue but older men rule.

This is an appreciation post for hot men in their 40s who look like:

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Now come find me. Please?


Clark Gable & Myrna Loy for Too Hot to Handle (1938)

Clark Gable & Myrna Loy for Too Hot to Handle (1938)

moonwin:

Jean Harlow and Clark Gable in “Red Dust” (1932).

moonwin:

Jean Harlow and Clark Gable in “Red Dust” (1932).

susanapplegate:

"Carole Lombard was the great love of Gable’s life. Gable had met Lombard when he co-starred with her at Paramount in "No Man of Her Own" in 1932. The irony was that neither star at the time liked each other. Gable would cross paths with Lombard again in 1936 at the Mayfair Ball in Hollywood. At this point, the love affair took off and for the next three years, they were the most talked about couple in the film industry. Finally, they married on March 29, 1939 in Kingman, Arizona. It was a private and quiet ceremony. He called her Ma and she called him Pa. Gable was low key, reserved and laid back. Lombard, on the other hand, was boisterous, wacky and funny; she brought the joy out in him and learned to do everything he did: fishing, hunting and swearing. They were complement opposites. They lived happily on a small ranch in Encino, California until January 16, 1942 when Lombard was killed in a plane crash while returning home from a war bond tour in Indianapolis. She was only 33. Devastated, Gable was never the same again and enlisted into the army to bury his grief."Pierre Montiel

susanapplegate:

"Carole Lombard was the great love of Gable’s life. Gable had met Lombard when he co-starred with her at Paramount in "No Man of Her Own" in 1932. The irony was that neither star at the time liked each other. Gable would cross paths with Lombard again in 1936 at the Mayfair Ball in Hollywood. At this point, the love affair took off and for the next three years, they were the most talked about couple in the film industry. Finally, they married on March 29, 1939 in Kingman, Arizona. It was a private and quiet ceremony. He called her Ma and she called him Pa. Gable was low key, reserved and laid back. Lombard, on the other hand, was boisterous, wacky and funny; she brought the joy out in him and learned to do everything he did: fishing, hunting and swearing. They were complement opposites. They lived happily on a small ranch in Encino, California until January 16, 1942 when Lombard was killed in a plane crash while returning home from a war bond tour in Indianapolis. She was only 33. Devastated, Gable was never the same again and enlisted into the army to bury his grief."Pierre Montiel

clark-gables-moustache:

if you ever think you’re unattractive or not beautiful, just remember

this:

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turned into this:

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wehadfacesthen:

Clark Gable, 1930s

wehadfacesthen:

Clark Gable, 1930s

bastardsonofnolteandflair:

"Huh? I touched your butt?"Well played, Gable.

bastardsonofnolteandflair:

"Huh? I touched your butt?"

Well played, Gable.


Clark Gable and Myrna Loy in Wife vs. Secretary (1936)

Clark Gable and Myrna Loy in Wife vs. Secretary (1936)

matinee-moustache:

Damn, son.

matinee-moustache:

Damn, son.