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Clark with Jean Harlow in "Red Dust" (1932).

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"Gone With The Wind".

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Clark Gable with Barbara Stanwyck in "To Please a Lady".

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IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT (1934).

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With Grace Kelly in
"Mogambo" (1953).
He was called "The King". Throughout the depression, Gable reassured audiences with proof that the ongoing male strength still existed. "He was a one-man revolution in masculinity". Gable was, like many others a native to the likes of Broadway. Yet his somewhat dangerous sexuality put him one step above the rest. In his first year, (1931), he had credited himself to an astonishing 12 films with MGM studios! The most harsh put-down that anyone ever said to him was, "who do you think you are, Clark Gable?" Not too shabby for a first year's work, not too shabby at all. His status only soared and was ensured by his 1939 performance, "Gone With The Wind".

Her stardom was so solid, that upon making her last film with Gable, 1961's "The Misfits", Marilyn was quoted, "Can you imagine what being kissed by him meant to me?" Yet throughout his career, he remained level headed, humble, and remarkably self-assured. Some of his other essential films that captivated our hearts were 1932's "Red Dust", "It Happened One Night" (1934), and "Mutiny On The Bounty" (1935). 

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Clark Gable in
IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT
(1934)