Carole Lombard was a freelance actress whose films included Twentieth Century, My Man Godfrey, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, and To Be Or Not To Be. She was also married to Clark Gable. She died on January 16, 1942 in a plane crash on her way home to Hollywood after performing at a war bond rally in her home state of Indiana.
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Clark Gable and Lana Turner fall in love in Wesley Ruggles’ war drama “Somewhere I’ll Find You.”
A tired stab at screwball comedy, “They All Kissed the Bride” is one of the year’s worst films, despite the promising cast and director.
Ernst Lubitsch’s new comedy (and Carole Lombard’s final film) takes on a not-so funny subject: Germany’s invasion of Poland.
In the first podcast of The Old Hollywood Times, we talk with Dr. Emily Carman about Carole Lombard’s career.
Carole Lombard, the star of “My Man Godfrey,” “Twentieth Century,” and “To Be or Not to Be,” died in a plane crash alongside 21 other passengers on the night of Friday, January 16.
Hitchcock reunites with his "Rebecca" star in this marital thriller co-starring Cary Grant, based on the book by Francis Iles.