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CLARK GABLE: TALL, DARK, AND HANDSOME

CLARK GABLE: TALL, DARK, AND HANDSOME(1996)

Also Known As: Clark Gable, el perfecto galn |

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Brief Synopsis

Overview of Gable''s memorable career. Hosted by Liam Neeson.

Cast & Crew

Susan F Walker Director
James Bacon Interviewee
Carroll Baker Interviewee
John Clark Gable Interviewee
Judy Lewis Interviewee
Mel Shavelson Interviewee
Robert Stack Interviewee
Frank Taylor Interviewee
Robert Wagner Interviewee
Eli Wallach Interviewee
Bill Megalos Director Of Photography
David Kim Writer
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MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info: 
Release Date:  1996 Production Date: 
Color/B&W:  Distributions Co:  Strand Releasing
Sound:  Production Co:  Jeff Lieberman Productions .....Production Company, Ellen M Krass Productions .....Production Company, Turner Pictures .....Production Company
Duration(mins):  Country:  not available
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  • Clark Gable's Hollywood Beginnings

    carolyn kingsley 2010-09-11

    I saw this film once. I believe it was attached to San Francisco, one of Gable's better films. Excellent. And it pretty much sumed up the way we all... MORE>