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The Late Film: Gable and Lombard


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James Brolin Jill Clayburgh Arizona 1942. A plane carrying the movie star Carole Lombard has crashed. Clark Gable waits anxiously for news of survivors, and as he waits he recalls their tempestuous years together - an affair which threatened to ruin both their careers ...
Jill Clayburgh and James Brolin play the stars in this film version of one of Hollywood's most famous romances.
Screenplay by BARRY SANDLER Produced by HARRY KORSHAK Directed by SIDNEY J. FURIE
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Unknown: James Brolin
Unknown: Carole Lombard
Unknown: Clark Gable
Unknown: Jill Clayburgh
Unknown: James Brolin
Unknown: Barry Sandler
Produced By: Harry Korshak
Directed By: Sidney J. Furie
Clark Gable: James Broun
Carole Lombard: Jill Clayburgh
Louis B Mayer: Allen Garfield
Ivan Cooper: Red Buttons
Ria Gable: Joanne Linville
Dixie: Melanie Mayron
Noreen: Carol McGinnis
A Brodehck: Noah Keen
Sheriff Ellis: Alan D Dexter
Judge: S John Launer
Colonel: William Bryant
Hedda Hopper: Alice Backes

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