Comrade X (1940) - (Movie Clip) Opening, Russia
Eve Arden (as reporter "Jane") spotlights in the opening to the unlikely King Vidor romantic comedy Comrade X, 1940, starring Clark Gable and Hedy Lamarr, from a script by Ben Hecht and Charles Lederer.
Comrade X - (Original Trailer)
Clark Gable plays an American reporter who warms up icy Russian streetcar conductor Hedy Lamarr in Comrade X (1940).
Comrade X (1940) -- (Movie Clip) On The Reactionary Side
Moscow streetcar conductor "Theodore" (Hedy Lamarr) does the dramatic communist-to-capitalist wardrobe change for her temporary husband, American reporter Johnson (Clark Gable), whose colleague Jane (Eve Arden) then arrives, in Comrade X, 1940.
Comrade X (1940) -- (Movie Clip) Stalin Will Not Fail!
American reporter Johnson (Clark Gable) and loyal communist "Theodore" (Hedy Lamarr) begin their marriage of convenience with an accidental meeting with her old paratroop pal (Natasha Lytess) in his Moscow hotel room in Comrade X, 1940.
Comrade X (1940) -- (Movie Clip) My Name Is Theodore
American reporter Thompson (Clark Gable) meets Moscow streetcar driver "Theodore" (Hedy Lamarr) in an early scene from Comrade X, 1940, from an Academy Award winning original story by Walter Reisch.