This is a most amazing movie about a boy and a leopard of adventure and life lessons. Most unforgetable.
Clark Gable was the hot stud back in the days of old. So here are some clips to enjoy.
Long Live Clark Gable
No one,no man can compare to Clark Gable..He is Beyond Handsome with Sophistication,he is pure natural with class..
Clark Gable montage
Clark & Carole Home Vids narrated by Burgess Meredith
Uploaded by jennifer1003 on May 30, 2009
A clip on Clark & Carole at home (from the bio “Dear Mr. Gable”), hunting fishing & hanging with friends narrated by Burgess Meredith
**Done on my digitial camera from my TV**
Clark Gable and Carole Lombard
They were the golden couple of the classic Hollywood. Clark and Carole remained married from 29 March 1939 to 16 January 1942, when Carole died in an airplane crash. She was only 33 years old.
Clark Gable & Carole Lombard
Uploaded by taratyra85 on Apr 30, 2008
Clark Gable & Carole Lombard in “No man of her own”.
100th Birthday Tribute to Carole Lombard
My dear Carole, Happy 100th Birthday in heaven! Have a fabulous party, if we know you, Im sure you will! Love you! To a lady who was one of a kind.
A great friend,wife and all around wonderful gal!! You’re the best!!
This movie has Clark Gable doing the number “Puttin on the Ritz” with some dancing girls. This reminded me of my daughter in her drama class. 😀
Uploaded by BadZKarma99 on Oct 12, 2010 This video is a tribute to one of Hollywood’s most talented, versatile, sauve, classy, debonair actors…Cary Grant. I am a big fan of Cary Grant & I love watching his movies!! I absolutely love Cary Grant movies
if you want to know more about Cary Grant go to this web site; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cary_Grant
Irene Dunne stars in this Depression Era adaptation of Edith Wharton’s classic novel about the lives of those trapped in the golden cage of the Gilded Age. Countess Ellen Olenska’s (Dunne) arrival into the ranks of the top tier of Manhattan’s elite upsets the carefully ordered lives of the supposedly care-free, and embroils a young lawyer (John Boles) in a love affair doomed by the era’s rigid social code. Don’t you just love the old movies.
A funny scene from the 1929 Joan Crawford film “Our Modern Maidens” where Douglas Fairbanks Jr. does a few of his famous impersonations, including John Barrymore as Jekyll & Hyde, John Gilbert in a romance scene and his own father Douglas Fairbanks Sr. as Robin Hood.
Here’s one for you guys. Do you love your girl. Well watch this.
It’s like any Irene Dunne movie where you ask yourself “is it scripted or is there ad-libbing?”… Either way it’s an incredibly cute scene between the two and Jean’s soft giggling