Actor | Soundtrack | Producer
He never wanted to do either of the two films that gave him his biggest recognition--It Happened One Night (1934) (on loan to Columbia by MGM as punishment), which earned him an Oscar, and Gone with the Wind (1939), which he never really liked even ...
[on his preference for brothels] When it's over it's over. No questions, no tears, no farewell kisses.
Often played a virile, lovable rogue whose gruff facade only thinly masked a natural charm and goodness.
The King of Hollywood
William Clark Gable
Cadiz, Ohio, USA
Los Angeles, California, USA
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