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Carole Lombard relationship history


Carole Lombard died on 16th January, 1942. Her last relationship was with Clark Gable, they were married for 2 years.

During her life she was married to Clark Gable from 1939 to 1942 and William Powell from 1931 to 1933.

She also dated John Barrymore in 1934, Russ Columbo from 1933 to 1934, Robert Riskin in 1933, Gary Cooper in 1931, David Niven in 1930, David O. Selznick in 1930, George Raft in 1930, James Stewart from 1929 to 1939, Anthony Quinn, John Gilbert, Fredric March, Gene Raymond, Joseph P. Kennedy, Preston Sturges, Cesar Romero, Joseph Kennedy Jr., Addison Randall and Harry Cooper.

Carole Lombard was rumored to have hooked up with Howard Hughes in 1933.
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Acting Credits


1942
Maria Tura

1941
Ann Smith

1940
Amy Peters

1940
Anne Lee

1939
In Name Only (1939)
Julie Eden

1939
Jane Mason

1938
Kay Winters

1938
Breakdowns of 1938 (Short Film)
Kay Winters

1937
Maggie King

1937
Helen Bartlett

1936
Kay Colby

1936
Princess Olga

1935
Regi Allen

1935
Rumba (1935)
Diana Harrison

1934
Bolero (1934)
Helen Hathaway

1934
Toni Carstairs Day

1934
Lily Garland aka Mildred Plotka

1934
Alabam Lee

1934
The Gay Bride (1934)
Mary Magiz

1933
Supernatural (1933)
Roma Courtney

1933
The Beautiful Lady

1933
White Woman (1933)
Judith Denning

1933
From Hell to Heaven
Colly Tanner

1933
Brief Moment (1933)
Abby Fane

1932
Connie Randall

1932
Doris Blake

1932
Virtue (1932)
Mae

1932
Annie Holt

1932
No One Man (1932)
Penelope 'Nep' Newbold

1931
Mary Kendall

1931
Kay Dowling

1931
Mary Grayson

1931
Ladies' Man (1931)
Rachel Fendley

1931
Anne Merrick

1930
Alice O'Neil

1930
Pauline

1930
Virginia Hoyt

1929
High Voltage (1929)
Billie Davis

1929
The Racketeer (1929)
Rhoda Philbrooke

1929
Big News (1929)
Margaret Banks

1929
Don't Get Jealous (Short Film)
Girl at Shoeshine Stand

1929
Matchmaking Mamma (Short Film)
Phyllis

1928
The Best Man (Short Film)
Wedding Guest

1928
Me, Gangster (1928)
Blonde Rosie

1928
Power (1928)
Another Dame

1928
The Campus Vamp
Carole

1928
The Beach Club (Short Film)
Rope Jumping Bathing Girl

1928
The Bicycle Flirt (Short Film)
Mabel - the Wife's Sister

1928
The Campus Carmen (Short Film)
Carole

1928
Divine Sinner, The
Millie Claudert

1928
The Girl from Nowhere (Short Film)
Miss Boyle - Dress Shop Owner

1928
His Unlucky Night (Short Film)
Peggy - Telephone Operator

1928
Hubby's Weekend Trip (Short Film)
Minor Role

1928
Motorboat Mamas (Short Film)
Automobile Passenger

1928
Jennie

1928
Run, Girl, Run (Short Film)
Norma Nurmi

1928
Show Folks (1928)
Cleo

1928
The Swim Princess (1928) (Short Film)
Trudy - the Swim Star

1928
Smith's Army Life (Short Film)
Clarence's Wife

1928
Smith's Restaurant (Short Film)
Minor Role

1927
My Best Girl (1927)
Flirty Blonde Salesgirl

1927
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1927
The Girl from Everywhere (Short Film)
Vera Veranda - Miss Anybody

1927
Gold Digger of Weepah (Short Film)
Fortune Teller

1927
Smith's Pony (Short Film)
Lillian Saunders

1926
Bit Part

1926
One of Gloria's Four Friends, Bridesmaid

1925
Slave Girl

1925
Pretty Ladies (1925)
Showgirl

1925
Co-ed

1925
Dick Turpin (1925)
Crowd Extra

1925
Durand of the Bad Lands
Ellen Boyd

1925
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1925
Sybil Estabrook

1925
Marriage in Transit
Celia Hathaway

1924
Gold Heels
Bit

1921
A Perfect Crime
Griggs' Sister

Soundtrack Credits


1939
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1938
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1937
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1937
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1934
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1933
White Woman (1933)
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1933
Brief Moment (1933)
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1930
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Posted by wjerryz
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Carole was quite popular with the men. I noticed she romanced some pretty big wigs.

Posted by alvis64
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she was a one-of-a-kind actress...hilarious in comedies and quite effective in dramas!

Posted by songk8
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huh which one you will date with man there are many men with there images ........date all of them......

Posted by Greg
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I am trying to find out which issue of Collier`s magazine had an article about Carole Lombard`s death, and I think an interview/story about how Gable was dealing with it. A play I am directing mentions it, and uses a prop of that issue. Anyone know? I could find then the image online and print a dummy front/back cover.

Posted by bexs265
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amazing actress....so good and natural at comedy my favourite of her movies are my man godfrey and no man of her own and mr and mrs smith... and she did come across very funny and down to earth...so beautiful

Posted by Diane
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Does anyone have a picture of the MGM Leo the Lion in mourning for Carole Lombard?

Posted by okaschnitz
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Brilliant dame with a sense of humor.

Posted by avalonanjel
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"the queen of Hollywood"

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Biography

Carole Lombard (October 6, 1908 – January 16, 1942), born Jane Alice Peters, was an American film actress. She was particularly noted for her energetic, often off-beat roles in the screwball comedies of the 1930s. She was the highest-paid star in Hollywood in the late 1930s.

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First Name
Last Name
Maiden Name
Peters
Full Name at Birth
Jane Alice Peters
Other Names
`The Profane Angel`
`The Hoosier Tornado`
`Ma`
Jane Alice Peters
Age
33 (age at death)
Date of Birth
Birthplace
Date of Death
Location of Death
Cause of Death
Height
Weight
Build
Eye Color
Hair Color
Distinctive Features
Her Beauty
Sense of humor
Star Sign
Sexuality
Religion
Ethnicity
Nationality
High School
Occupation
Actress
Occupation Category
Claim to Fame
My Man Godfrey , To Be Or Not To Be
Year(s) Active
1921–1942
Brand Endorsements
Print ad for Lucky Strike cigarettes (1937)
Measurements (inches)
34B-24-34
Shoe Size
4 1/2B.
Official Website
Father
Mother
Friends
Favorite Colors
White, Paige

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