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Among the countless crews who trained at the base was motion picture screen legend Clark Gable, who trained as an aerial gunner.
In 1953, he appeared alongside Clark Gable in Mogmabo, and also starred in The Cruel Sea.
This episode is celebrated in the novel Command Decision, later made into a movie starting Clark Gable.
By the way, for younger readers, Clark Gable is a well-known American actor, renowned for the size of his wallet (er, wasn't it his ears?
Her adopted daughter claimed in 1994 to be the "love child" of Miss Young and Clark Gable.
People tend to sort themselves out generationally among the exhibition's rooms, each stopping at their personal point of maximum social synchronization - be it Clark Gable or Richard Nixon - gazing raptly as if to say, Now that was aura, baby
The movie was "It Happened One Night," a screwball romantic comedy directed by Frank Capra, starring Claudette Colbert as a runaway heiress and Clark Gable as a cocky reporter on to a good story.
Kathleen Johnston, 55, worked for Vera Hollidge, a one-time personal secretary to Clark Gable, and her husband Kenneth after they retired to Fort Augustus on the banks of Loch Ness.
He appeared in his debut film Men of Tomorrow in 1932, with his likeable screen presence leading critics to compare him to Clark Gable and Gary Cooper, and he aSk
And Jamie believes the TV host is the ultimate "moustache mentor" to follow - as well as Clark Gable.
It was late on a January evening that superstar Clark Gable received the worst news of his life.