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Carole Lombard

Carol Lombard a legend who died way too soon

Portrait of Carole Lombard and Clark Gable for No man of her own directed by Wesley Ruggles, 1932

Carole Lombard & Clark Gable I miss the glamorous leave to the imagination Hollywood. I would love to see all of their movies.

Carole Lombard, great color photo of her

Carole Lombard, great color photo of her

Carol Lombard

masuhkist: Carole Lombard - Excuse the obscene, ignore the untrue.

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Today, she is remembered as one of the definitive actresses of the screwball comedy genre and American comedy, and ranks among the American Film Institute's greatest female stars of classic Hollywood cinema.

CAROLE LOMBARD

CAROLE LOMBARD

Carole Lombard

Carole Lombard

Carole Lombard photographed by George Hurrell, 1937

Carole Lombard photographed by George Hurrell, 1937 She was earthy, hilarious and apparently had quite the mouth on her.

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Carole Lombard “She brought great joy to all who knew her and to millions who knew her only as a great artist. She gave unselfishly of time and talent to serve her government in peace and war. She loved her country. She is and always will be a star, one we shall never forget, nor cease to be grateful to.” - Franklin D. Roosevelt

Carole Lombard: The Queen of Screwball Comedy

Carole Lombard

Carole Lombard photographed by John Engstead, Clark Gable was never the same after she died.

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Vintage Claws

Excuse the obscene, ignore the untrue.

Carole Lombard and Robert Montgomery

Carole Lombard & Robert Montgomery on the set of Mr & Mrs Smith 1941

Carole Lombard, an under-sung pitch-perfect fit for "screwball comedy."

Carole Lombard: The Queen of Screwball Comedy

Mrs. Clark Gable, Carole Lombard.

Carole Lombard, Classic Hollywood Actress - Black and White Portrait Photography

Clark Gable and Carole Lombard, hollywood's most favoured couple at the time!

'No Man of Her Own' Carole Lombard with Clark Gable, 1932

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