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  • He was called the Clark Gable of the bureau and everything.

    Christian Bale Interview PUBLIC ENEMIES – Collider.com

  • Question: Purvis being called the Clark Gable of the FBI, did that give you a hint into how you wanted to play and create this character?

    Christian Bale Interview PUBLIC ENEMIES – Collider.com

  • With his salt-and-pepper hair swept back into a perfect swoop and his classic tux, he recalled Clark Gable and Gary Cooper.

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  • Band introductions included a reference to a time-traveling Larry Mullen, an Adam "Clark Gable" Clayton toss-off, and the singer added, "Every sci-fi movie needs a visitor from outer space ... he's Mr. Spock to us, he's The Edge to you" before referring to himself as being an Arnold Schwarzenegger with a little Danny DeVito.

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  • The service will bring back stars such as Clark Gable, Joan Crawford, Cary Grant and Ginger Rogers and many bclassic films from yesterday.

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  • During the depression, stars such as Clark Gable were supposed to look like normal men.

    Goodbye Bland Affluence

  • Michael Jackson is scheduled to be interred in the Great Mausoleum, where he will be joining Hollywood legends such as Clark Gable

    Michael Jackson's Funeral Service

  • The feat - achieved without charts or compass - has been portrayed in novels, poems and in several "Mutiny on the Bounty" films starring Hollywood luminaries such as Clark Gable and Marlon Brando.

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  • The feat - achieved without charts or compass - has been portrayed in novels, poems and in several "Mutiny on the Bounty" films starring Hollywood luminaries such as Clark Gable, Marlon Brando, Charles Laughton, and Anthony Hopkins.

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  • Between 1936 and 1938, she was the highest earning actor at the box office, ahead of stars such as Clark Gable, Bing Crosby, and Joan Crawford.

    New Statesman

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