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Found 4 results

  1. SatInYourLap

    The Finger Points (1931)

    Am I alone for my love of this movie? Only recently released on the Warner Archive Collection. My own review:
  2. I am pretty sure I have seen Clark Gable singing "Hey You, with the stars in your eyes" into a tape recorder, and then playing it back, and talking back to the recording. Cannot remember what movie he did it in. Thought it was "Boom Town" but just watched it and I was wrong. Anyone remember what movie he did this in??? Please help. Thanks.
  3. Kami Koren

    Romantic Comedies

    Together for the first time - ClarkGable & ClaudetteColbert! Please check out my review for It Happened One Night (1934) The Original Screwball Rom-Com Comment, share, & subscribe!
  4. Clark Gable getting torn between two women? Nothing unusual, but this movie is definitely a must see! I enjoy it's later remake, "Mogambo," a little more, but "Red Dust" is probably the better film. Be sure to subscribe and leave a comment! I love talking with you all more than anything!

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