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"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie on Decem with Carole Lombard, Cary Grant and Kay Francis reprising their film roles. This film was a success at the box office, earning MGM a profit of $, ($M in ) according to studio records.5/5. Carole Lombard, the 5' 2" beauty was a comedy hit during the 30s and in Fort Wayne, Indiana on October 6, under the name of Jane Alice Peters. Young Jane Alice loved the Friday night movie night with her family and would perform the night before's show in the morning.
Carole Lombard (born Jane Alice Peters; October 6, – Janu ) was an American film was particularly noted for her highly neurotic, energetic and often off-beat roles in the screwball comedies of the s. She was the highest-paid star in Hollywood in the late s. Trailer for the exciting new book Fireball, which offers a fresh look at the life of Hollywood legend Carole Lombard, and her death at age 33 in the crash of .
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I've always admired Carole Lombard on film, but knew just the basic's of her life and death. Michelle Morgan's book has given me an intimate look at her life, her family, career, marriages and ultimately her death.
What an incredible lady, ahead of her time in so many ways. I enjoyed her story thoroughly and recommend this book whole heartedly/5(13). Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Sell Us Your Books Best Books of the Month of results for Books: "Carole Lombard" Skip to main search results.
Purchased this as a used book on after I read about old Hollywood in a current news article - Carole Lombard was just slightly referenced. This book definitely is informational and includes great black/white photos/5(16). Carole Lombard's life was marked by sadness and tragedy, a new book explores her story CLARK GABLE was distraught as he struggled up the snow-covered granite mountainside strewn with the wreckage Author: Peter Sheridan.
From the New York Times bestselling author of The Dressmaker comes a blockbuster novel that takes you behind the scenes of the filming of Gone with the Wind, while turning the spotlight on the passionate romance between its dashing leading man, Clark Gable, and the blithe, free-spirited actress Carole Lombard.
When Julie Crawford leaves Fort Wayne, Indiana, for Hollywood, she never imagines /5(). There have also been reports that C. Gable and Carole Lombard are expecting.
The forthright Carole says, “I’m sorry it isn’t true. And when it is I’ll be the first to know about it and I’ll be the first to tell about it.” From July My, how that Carole Lombard baby rumor does persist, despite Carole.
Jan. 19, The Times’ Gene Sherman reports from the scene of the crash that killed Carole Lombard and 21 others: “The totally demolished luxurious Douglas DC-3 Skyclub presented a grim, sorrowful picture on its rocky resting place.
Wreckage was scattered in a radius of yards and some of the victims were strewn around the waist-high snow. Robert Matzen takes a different approach to the traditional Hollywood biography, in part using storytelling skills honed as a feature documentary filmmaker.
He also makes a commitment to get in the middle of the action and experience the subjects of his books. In preparation for his bestseller Fireball: Carole Lombard and the Mystery of Flight 3.
I think this book is a very thorough, knowledgable, and entertaining account of Carole Lombard's life, and un-timely death as well. The cover photograph, is from her most critically acclaimed, as well as best and beloved film, the wonderful zany screw-ball comedy, "My Man Godfrey", and is just a beautiful photo that I think beckons you to look further and discover Carole Lombard, inside the /5(15).
Carole Lombard This is a Wikipedia book, a collection of Wikipedia articles that can be easily saved, imported by an external electronic rendering service, and ordered as a printed book.
Edit this book: Book Creator Wikitext. At local time on the morning of Janu in Indianapolis, Indiana, Carole Lombard, her mother, and her MGM press agent boarded Flight 3 to return to California.
Lombard, anxious to meet her husband Clark Gable in Los Angeles, was returning from a successful War Bonds promotion tour in the Midwest, where she helped raise over Flight origin: New York City.
I live by a man's code, designed to fit a man's world, yet at the same time I never forget that a woman's first job is to choose the right shade of lipstick.
I love Carole Lombard, so I'm biased. Gehring's biography was an all-too-brief examination of an incredible, passionate, full-to-the-brim life.
Lombard's intensity and tenacity are communicated clearly, and Gehring touches on almost all of her films, providing context and contemporary reviews/5. : carole lombard book. Skip to main content. Try Prime Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart.
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No Hate Speech or Bullying. Make sure everyone feels safe. Bullying of any kind isn't allowed, and degrading comments about things like race, religion, culture, sexual orientation, gender or identity will. A girl from Indiana goes to Hollywood and ends up taking care of Hollywood royalty in A Touch of Stardust.
The reader gets a behind the scenes look at the making of Gone With the Wind and the private, slightly dysfunctional lives of Carol Lombard and Clarke Gable.
It was fun learning about what went into the creation of Gone With the parts of the book sort of read like a /5. Robert Matzen compiled more than a few years back what is called a 'bio-bibliography' on Carole Lombard.
Basically, it is a listing of all magazine articles and books about Ms. Lombard, with a synopsis of each of her movies, with a short biography and some photos added in. It is not a glamorous book, but an essential one for the true Lombard fan/5. Carole Lombard was the very opposite of the typical s starlet—she worked hard, took no prisoners and had a great passion for life.
From the outside, her life was one of glamour and fun, yet she endured heartache and despair. As a child, her mother moved Carole and her brothers away from their beloved : The History Press.
Lombard graced the event with a dashing date — Cesar Romero — and a separated, but not yet divorced, Gable showed up stag. This evening was the spark that would ignite an all-consuming flame.
Despite Lombard’s conspicuous date, gossip sources report that Clark Gable invited Carole Lombard back to his hotel room that night. If not for a book I found in a corner of a local used book store, this site would never have been made.
I gratefully acknowledge "The Films of Carole Lombard," by Frederick Ott - Cadillac Press, Most of the text and pictures you see here are from his book. Carole Lombard, American actress who was known for her ability to combine elegance and zaniness in some of the most successful and popular film comedies of the s.
Her best-known movies included Twentieth Century, My Man Godfrey, and Nothing Sacred. Carole Lombard also living with her mum, but completely her own woman. ‘Carole Lombard’ was the professional name she chose in when she was just 15 as Jane Peters was too dull (“I think that ‘e’ made the whole fuckin’ difference ”).In her comedic roles, Gehring states in the book, Lombard offered the life lesson that "the irrational mind -- crazy Carole -- stood a much better chance of surviving in the equally irrational modern world." Lombard's film persona continues to survive in the public's collective conscious.