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No Man Of Her Own (1932) -- (Movie Clip) My Usual Life Of Sin Clark Gable as Manhattan gambler Stewart needs to get outa town, choosing Glendale where Connie (Carole Lombard, the future Mrs. Gable, in their only picture together), resides, and life is not all sweet, Elizabeth Patterson her mom, early in No Man Of Her Own, 1932
No Man Of Her Own (1932) -- (Movie Clip) I Only Have Aces And Kings High dollar gambling in Manhattan, the relationships revealed for the benefit of the losing Morton (Walter Walker), Clark Gable as Stewart, Dorothy Mackaill as dishy Kay, Grant Mitchell her uncle, all not as it seems, Wesley Ruggles directing, opening No Man Of Her Own, 1932, co-starring Carole Lombard.
No Man Of Her Own (1932) -- (Movie Clip) Do Your Eyes Bother You? Clark Gable, as Manhattan gambler Babe Stewart hiding out briefly in pastoral Glendale, surrenders $2 for a library card, his real target being the librarian Connie (Carole Lombard), whom he just met outside, the future married couple’s first scene together, in No Man Of Her Own, 1932.
Easy To Wed (1946) -- (Movie Clip) Mother Warned Me Newspaperman Haggerty (Keenan Wynn), with publisher Farwood (Paul Harvey), was about to be married when he realized he needed to find a guy to help fight a libel suit, but his bride Gladys (Lucille Ball) isn't waiting, early in MGM's Easy To Wed, 1946, co-starring Van Johnson and Esther Williams.
Easy To Wed (1946) -- (Movie Clip) Continental Polka Editor Haggerty (Keenan Wynn), who's just been tricked into over-paying ex-reporter Bill (Van Johnson) to help him beat a libel suit, realizes his own girl Gladys (Lucille Ball, performing a tune by Johnny Green and Ralph Blane), is perfect for their scheme, in MGM's Easy To Wed, 1946.
Easy To Wed (1946) -- (Movie Clip) Only Senorita Allenbury Only a brief dip and plenty of attitude for Esther Williams, as heiress Connie, vacationing in Mexico City, party to a libel suit, goaded by cameraman Spike (Ben Blue), who's only the set-up guy for ex-reporter and con man Bill, (Van Johnson), hired to woo her, in MGM's Easy To Wed, 1946.
Easy To Wed (1946) -- (Movie Clip) It's My Fight Ex-reporter Bill (Van Johnson), hired by his old newspaper to undermine a libel suit, first must escape his intoxicated stand-in wife Gladys (Lucille Ball), then in the pool, continue his work on plaintiff Connie (Esther Williams), in MGM's remake of Libeled Lady, Easy To Wed, 1946.
Libeled Lady (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Stay Here And Look Married Newsman Warren (Spencer Tracy) leaves fiancee Gladys (Jean Harlow) overnight with playboy pal Bill (William Powell), part of their elaborate scheme to beat a libel suit in Libeled Lady, 1936.
Libeled Lady (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Angry Marbles Ex-reporter Bill (William Powell), hired to romance affluent Connie (Myrna Loy), who's not buying, dining shipboard with her father (Walter Connolly), in Libeled Lady, 1936.
Libeled Lady (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Get Rid Of This Woman! Editor Warren (Spencer Tracy) blowing his stack after the paper published a libelous story, jilted bride Gladys (Jean Harlow) furious, publisher Bane (Charley Grapewin) intervening, early in Libeled Lady, 1936.