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Clark Gable by George Hurrell Joan Crawford loved him because she said he had balls...

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Clark Gable - photo by famed photographer George Hurrell. I was more than a little obsessed with some of the Hollywood icons growing up and Clark was way up there on my list!

Joan Crawford & Clark Gable on the set of Clarence Brown’s Possessed, 1931.    (Source: missavagardner)

missavagardner: “ Joan Crawford & Clark Gable on the set of Clarence Brown’s Possessed, ”

"Clark was all man. I’ve been asked many times about him and what it was that was so attractive about him. I can tell you, and I can tell you in one word if you won’t be too shocked: Balls! Clark Gable had balls." ~ Joan Crawford

"Clark was all man. I’ve been asked many times about him and what it was that was so attractive about him. I can tell you, and I can tell you in one word if you won’t be too shocked: Balls! Clark Gable had balls.

Clark Gable and Joan Crawford - Photo by George Hurrell from Dancing Lady (1933) in a gown by Adrian

I love this film! Starring Joan Crawford, Clark Gable, Franchot Tone, and pretty much everyone else in Hollywood. Joan is a sexy dancer w.

Clark Gable and Joan Crawford in a photograph for Dancing Lady in 1933 by George Hurrell

The King of and Mommie Dearest: Clark Gable and Joan Crawford for "Dancing Lady" by Robert Z. Leonard, photographed by George Hurrell, 1933 © John Kobal Foundation.

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