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  1. William Clark Gable (Cádiz, Ohio, 1 de febrero de 1901-Los Ángeles, 16 de noviembre de 1960) fue un actor estadounidense, considerado uno de los actores más notorios del cine clásico de Hollywood. [3] Su momento de esplendor fueron los años 30, desde los taquillazos de Los seis misteriosos (George Hill) o Un alma libre.

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  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Clark_GableClark Gable - Wikipedia

    William Clark Gable (February 1, 1901 – November 16, 1960) was an American film actor. Often referred to as the "King of Hollywood", he had roles in more than 60 films in a variety of genres during a career that lasted 37 years, three decades of which was as a leading man.

  3. www.imdb.com › name › nm0000022Clark Gable - IMDb

    Clark Gable. Actor: It Happened One Night. William Clark Gable was born on February 1, 1901 in Cadiz, Ohio, to Adeline (Hershelman) and William Henry Gable, an oil-well driller.

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  4. Clark Gable (Cadiz, Estados Unidos, 1901 - Hollywood, id., 1960) Actor cinematográfico estadounidense. Prototipo del galán seductor y viril, fue una de las estrellas masculinas más brillantes y taquilleras del Hollywood clásico.

    • Who Was Clark Gable?
    • Early Life and Career
    • Hollywood Stardom and Movies
    • Later Career and Death
    • Personal Life

    Actor Clark Gable initially had a hard time getting Hollywood roles due to his big ears. However, after signing with MGM, he was cast alongside stars like Greta Garbo and Joan Crawford, and his popularity soared. He hit box-office gold with such films as It Happened One Night and Gone with the Wind. His final film, The Misfits, was also Marilyn Mon...

    William Clark Gable was born on February 1, 1901, in Cadiz, Ohio. His father was an oil driller and farmer; his mother died when he was an infant. Gable dropped out of high school at 16 and went to work at a tire factory in Akron, Ohio. One evening he saw a play and enjoyed it so much that he decided to become an actor. He tried to work his way in ...

    Gable worked as an extra in Hollywood before turning his attention to the theater, first in traveling productions and then in the Broadway play Machinal, for which he got good reviews. After it wrapped, he returned back to California and appeared in a stage production of The Last Mile. Back in Hollywood, Gable was rejected at screen tests because c...

    After his discharge in 1944, he returned to the big screen in Adventure. Though it was a lackluster flick, Gable’s return to film had people flocking to the box office. He continued to make movies with MGM, including Mogambo with Ava Gardner and Grace Kelly, but his career never regained the same momentum. Still, when his studio contract expired in...

    Gable was a ladies’ man both on and off-screen, and he was married five times over the course of his life. His wives included his first theater director Josephine Dillon, socialite Rhea Langham (Maria Franklin Prentiss Lucas Langham), actress Carole Lombard, Lady Sylvia Ashley and actress Kay Williams Spreckels. Spreckels and Gable had one son, Joh...

  5. Filmografía de Clark Gable. Gable en un fotograma publicitario de 1938. Clark Gable (1901-1960) fue un actor y productor estadounidense que intervino en más de setenta largometrajes y varios cortometrajes. Sus primeros papeles fueron en producciones teatrales, antes de su debut en el cine en 1924.

  6. Uno de los actores más emblemáticos de Hollywood durante la era dorada del cine. Gable se hizo famoso por su papel en la película Lo que el viento se llevó en 1939, donde explotó su carisma y presencia en pantalla. Se convirtió en un ídolo popular y durante su carrera, Gable actuó en más de 60 películas.

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