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Carole Lombard 1932 in "No Man Of Her Own."

kittyinva: Kittyinva: Carole Lombard is one of my all-time favorite actresses. Here she is in the only film she made with Gable, “No Man of Her Own”, years before they fell in love and married.

Gable & Lombard

the-most-iconic-celebrity-couples-ever-and-will-smith-jada-pinkett-smith Carole Lombard and Clark Gable

popculturesense:  (via GIPHY)  Throwback Thursday, Classic Hollywood Tragedies  Carole Lombard (1908-1942), died age 33

popculturesense: (via GIPHY) Throwback Thursday, Classic Hollywood Tragedies Carole Lombard died age 33

Carole Lombard 1935 Gallaher Signed Portraits of Famous Stars Tobacco Card illustrating Part 1 of Carole Lombard biography through 1931

Gallaher's Cigarettes "Signed Portraits of Famous Stars" (series of 48 issued in Carole Lombard ~ American actress,

Carole Lombard

Classic Movies Digest‎Turner Classic Movies: TCM Gorgeous Carole Lombard, though known for her comedy roles, was one of the actresses interested in playing Scarlett in "Gone with the Wind.

Carole Lombard was married to Clark Gable until her untimely death in a 1942 plane crash.  She was said to be the love of his life and that he never got over her death.

Carole Lombard - was an American actress. She is particularly noted for her roles in the screwball comedies of the Lombard's career was cut short when she died at the age of 33 in an aircraft crash while returning from a World War II War Bond tour

On Jan. 15, 1942, Carole Lombard returned to her native state of Indiana for a bond drive. She raised a record $2 million. Her rally at Cadle Tabernacle was instrumental can be heard here. Provided by

Carole Lombard war bond rally in Indianapolis in 1942

Gable and Lombard on their wedding day in Kingsman, Arizona, March 29, 1939

Clark Gable and Carole Lombard on their wedding day. Lombard was the love of his life. She died during their marriage in a plane crash, devastating Gable. Of his five wives, Gable was buried next to Lombard per his longtime wishes.