Lone Star - (Original Trailer)
A frontiersman helps out with Texas's fight for independence from Mexico in Lone Star (1952), starring Clark Gable & Ava Gardner.
Lone Star (1952) -- (Movie Clip) Annexation Means War
Lionel Barrymore is a cranky, benevolent ex-president Andrew Jackson, Beulah Bondi his gal Friday, and theyre pleased that Clark Gable as Burke, supporting their plan to annex Texas, is arriving in Tennessee to wrangle spineless politicians (Charles Cane, Roy Gordon et al), early in Lone Star, 1952.
Lone Star (1952) -- (Movie Clip) You Aim To Stop Him?
Clark Gable is Devereaux Burke, headed from Tennessee to Texas where hell be organizing support for annexation into the United States, when he gets a lucky chance to rescue a key rival (Broderick Crawford as Craden) from Indians, not revealing his identity, in Lone Star, 1952.
Lone Star (1952) -- (Movie Clip) I'd Call Her A Lot Of Woman
Clark Gable is hiding the fact that hes an ally of (ex) President Andrew Jackson sent to advocate Texas annexation into the union, especially from tough cattleman Craden (Broderick Crawford), arriving in Austin, 1845, where he meets second-billed Ava Gardner as publisher Martha, in Lone Star, 1952.
Lone Star (1952) -- (Movie Clip) Moonlight Was Meant For Lovers
Clark Gable is still not revealing his identity, as a supporter of Texas annexation sent by Andrew Jackson, but Texan Martha (Ava Gardner) has grown interested in him, separating themselves from the crowd at an Austin dinner party, with an un-credited song, in MGM's Lone Star, 1952.