Filmografia lui Clark Gable

Clark Gable a jucat în 13 filme între 1924 - 1930. Apoi a apărut în 67 de filme lansate cinematografic; în rolul său în 17 scurtmetraje; de asemenea a apărut în filmul de propagandă Combat America produs de United States Army Air Forces (despre al doilea război mondial).

Clark Gable în 1938

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În perioada 19241930 Clark Gable a devenit un important actor de scenă/teatru. De asemenea, în această perioadă, Gable și-a completat veniturile lucrând ca figurant în filme artistice. Mai jos este o listă a filmelor despre care se crede sau se știe că Gable a jucat în ele.

An Nr. Titlu Note
1924 1 White Man
2 Forbidden Paradise
1925 3 The Pacemakers
4 Declassée
5 The Merry Kiddo
1925 6 What Price Gloria?
7 The Merry Widow
8 The Plastic Age
9 North Star
1925 10 Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ
1926 11 The Johnstown Flood
12 One Minute to Play
1930 13 Du Barry, Woman of Passion


În afară de filmele în care a apărut ca figurant, cele scurte și documentarele de război, Clark Gable a apărut într-un total de 67 de filme lansate în cinematografe. Aceste filme sunt prezentate mai jos cu numele personajelor lui Gable, actrița în rolul principal, regizori și celelalte vedete care apar în filme. Dacă nu se precizează alt studio, filmele lui Gable au fost produse de Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

Anii 1930Modificare

An Nr. Titlu Rol Actrița principală Regizor Note
1931 1 The Painted Desert Rance Brett Helen Twelvetrees Howard Higgin A Pathé Exchange Production. Cu William Boyd, William Farnum, J. Farrell MacDonald.
2 The Easiest Way Nick Feliki, Laundryman Anita Page Jack Conway Cu Constance Bennett, Adolphe Menjou, Robert Montgomery.
3 Dance, Fools, Dance Jake Luva Joan Crawford Harry Beaumont Cu Cliff Edwards. The first of eight films Gable did Cu Crawford.
4 The Finger Points Louis J. Blanco Fay Wray John Francis Dillon Cu Richard Barthelmess, Regis Toomey.
5 The Secret Six Carl Luckner Jean Harlow George W. Hill Cu Wallace Beery, Johnny Mack Brown. The first of six films Gable made Cu Harlow.
6 Laughing Sinners Carl Loomis Joan Crawford Harry Beaumont Cu Neil Hamilton.
7 A Free Soul Ace Wilfong, Gangster Defendant Norma Shearer Clarence Brown Cu Leslie Howard, Lionel Barrymore.[1]
8 Night Nurse Nick, the Chauffeur Barbara Stanwyck William A. Wellman A Warner Bros. Production. Cu Ben Lyon, Joan Blondell.
9 Sporting Blood Warren "Rid" Riddell Madge Evans Charles Brabin Gable's first starring role.
10 Susan Lenox (Her Fall and Rise) Rodney Spencer Greta Garbo Robert Z. Leonard Cu Jean Hersholt, Alan Hale.
11 Possessed[2] Mark Whitney Joan Crawford Clarence Brown Cu Wallace Ford, Marjorie White.
12 Hell Divers CPO Steve Nelson Dorothy Jordan George W. Hill Cu Wallace Beery, Conrad Nagel.
1932 13 Polly of the Circus Reverend John Hartley Marion Davies Alfred Santell Cu C. Aubrey Smith.
14 Red Dust[3] Dennis Carson Jean Harlow Victor Fleming Cu Gene Raymond, Donald Crisp.
Mary Astor
15 Strange Interlude Dr. Ned Darrell Norma Shearer Robert Z. Leonard. Based on the play by Eugene O'Neill. This is the first film where Gable sports a moustache.
16 No Man of Her Own Babe Stewart Carole Lombard Wesley Ruggles A Paramount Picture. Cu Dorothy Mackaill. Gable's only film with Lombard, whom he later married.
1933 17 The White Sister[4] Giovanni Severi Helen Hayes Victor Fleming Cu Louis Stone
18 Hold Your Man Eddie Hall Jean Harlow Sam Wood Cu Stuart Erwin.
19 Night Flight[1] Jules Helen Hayes Clarence Brown Cu John Barrymore, Lionel Barrymore, Robert Montgomery, Myrna Loy.
20 Dancing Lady Patch Gallagher Joan Crawford Robert Z. Leonard Cu Franchot Tone, Robert Benchley, Fred Astaire,[5] Nelson Eddy, and the Three Stooges.
1934 21 It Happened One Night[6][7] Peter Warne Claudette Colbert Frank Capra A Columbia Picture. Cu Walter Connolly, Alan Hale. Generally regarded as one of the all-time great romantic comedies. Gable and Colbert won Academy Awards for their performances.
22 Men in White Dr. George Ferguson Myrna Loy Richard Boleslavsky Cu Jean Hersholt, Otto Kruger.
Elizabeth Allan
23 Manhattan Melodrama[8] Edward J. "Blackie" Gallagher Myrna Loy W. S. Van Dyke Cu William Powell.
24 Chained[2] Michael "Mike" Bradley Joan Crawford Clarence Brown Cu Otto Kruger, Stuart Erwin.
25 Forsaking All Others Jeffrey "Jeff"/"Jeffy" Williams Joan Crawford W. S. Van Dyke Cu Robert Montgomery, Charles Butterworth, Billie Burke.
1935 26 After Office Hours James "Jim" Branch Constance Bennett Robert Z. Leonard Cu Stuart Erwin, Billie Burke.
27 The Call of the Wild Jack Thornton Loretta Young[9] William A. Wellman A 20th Century Production, released through United Artists. Cu Jack Oakie, Reginald Owen. Loosely adapted from the novel by Jack London.
28 China Seas Captain Alan Gaskell Jean Harlow Tay Garnett Cu Wallace Beery, Lewis Stone, C. Aubrey Smith, Robert Benchley.
Rosalind Russell
29 Mutiny on the Bounty[10][11] Lt. Fletcher Christian Frank Lloyd Cu Charles Laughton, Franchot Tone, Donald Crisp, Henry Stephenson. One of Gable's most famous films. He received an Academy Award nomination for his performance.[12] Based on the novel by Charles Nordhoff and James Norman Hall.
1936 30 Wife vs. Secretary Van Stanhope Jean Harlow Clarence Brown Cu May Robson, James Stewart.
Myrna Loy
31 San Francisco [13] Blackie Norton Jeanette MacDonald W. S. Van Dyke Cu Spencer Tracy, Jack Holt, Shirley Ross. Another of Gable's biggest hits.
32 Cain and Mabel Larry Cain Marion Davies Lloyd Bacon A Cosmopolitan Production released by Warner Bros.
33 Love on the Run Michael "Mike" Anthony Joan Crawford W. S. Van Dyke Cu Franchot Tone, Reginald Owen.
1937 34 Parnell Charles Stewart Parnell Myrna Loy John M. Stahl Cu Edna May Oliver. Generally regarded as Gable's worst film.[14]
35 Saratoga Duke Bradley Jean Harlow[15] Jack Conway Cu Lionel Barrymore, Frank Morgan. Gable's last film with Harlow.
1938 36 Test Pilot [16] Jim Lane Myrna Loy Victor Fleming Cu Spencer Tracy, Lionel Barrymore.
37 Too Hot to Handle Christopher "Chris" Hunter Myrna Loy Jack Conway Cu Walter Connolly, Walter Pidgeon. Gable's last film with Loy.
1939 38 Idiot's Delight Harry Van Norma Shearer Clarence Brown Based on the play by Robert Sherwood. Gable performs Irving Berlin's "Puttin' On the Ritz".
39 Gone with the Wind[17][18] Rhett Butler Vivien Leigh Victor Fleming[19] A Selznick-International / MGM Production. Filmed in Technicolor. Cu Vivien Leigh, Leslie Howard, Hattie McDaniel. Based on the novel by Margaret Mitchell. One of the best-loved movies of all time. Gable received an Academy Award nomination for what is generally regarded as his most famous performance.
Olivia de Havilland

Anii 1940Modificare

An Nr. Titlu Rol Actrița principală Regizor Note
1940 40 Strange Cargo André Verne Joan Crawford Frank Borzage Cu Ian Hunter, Peter Lorre, Paul Lukas. Gable's last film with Crawford.[20]
41 Boom Town Big John McMasters Claudette Colbert Jack Conway Cu Spencer Tracy, Frank Morgan, Lionel Atwill.
Hedy Lamarr
42 Comrade X McKinley B. "Mac" Thompson Hedy Lamarr King Vidor Cu Oscar Homolka.
1941 43 They Met in Bombay Gerald Meldrick Rosalind Russell Clarence Brown Cu Peter Lorre, Reginald Owen.
44 Honky Tonk "Candy" Johnson Lana Turner Jack Conway Cu Frank Morgan, Marjorie Main, Albert Dekker. Gable's first film with Turner.
Claire Trevor
1942 45 Somewhere I'll Find You Jonathan "Jonny" Davis Lana Turner Wesley Ruggles Cu Robert Sterling, Reginald Owen. Gable's last film before enlisting in the Army Air Corps to serve in combat during World War II.
1945 46 Adventure Harry Patterson Greer Garson Victor Fleming Cu Joan Blondell and Thomas Mitchell. Gable's first post-World War II film and the one with the now classic tag line, "Gable's back and Garson's Got Him!"
1947 47 The Hucksters Victor Albee Norman Deborah Kerr Jack Conway Cu Sydney Greenstreet, Adolphe Menjou, Keenan Wynn, Edward Arnold.
Ava Gardner
1948 48 Homecoming Col. Ulysses Delby "Lee" Johnson Lana Turner Mervyn LeRoy Cu John Hodiak.
Anne Baxter
49 Command Decision Brig. Gen. K.C. 'Casey' Dennis _ Sam Wood Cu Walter Pidgeon, Van Johnson, Brian Donlevy, Charles Bickford, John Hodiak, Edward Arnold, Marshall Thompson.
1949 50 Any Number Can Play Charley Enley Kyng Alexis Smith Mervyn LeRoy Cu Wendell Corey, Audrey Totter, Frank Morgan.

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An Nr. Titlu Rol Actrița principală Regizor Note
1950 51 Key to the City Steve Fisk Loretta Young George Sidney Cu Frank Morgan,[21] James Gleason, Marilyn Maxwell, and Raymond Burr.
52 To Please a Lady Mike Brannan Barbara Stanwyck Clarence Brown Cu Adolphe Menjou, Will Geer, Roland Winters.
1951 53 Across the Wide Missouri Flint Mitchell María Elena Marqués William Wellman Filmed in Technicolor. Cu John Hodiak, Ricardo Montalbán, Adolphe Menjou, Jack Holt.
54 Callaway Went Thataway Himself _ Norman Panama Cu Fred MacMurray, Dorothy McGuire, Howard Keel. Gable, Esther Williams, and Elizabeth Taylor made guest appearances in this film.
Melvin Frank
1952 55 Lone Star Devereaux Burke Ava Gardner Vincent Sherman Cu Broderick Crawford.
1953 56 Never Let Me Go[3] Philip Sutherland Gene Tierney Delmer Daves Cu Richard Haydn.
57 Mogambo[22][23] Victor Marswell Ava Gardner John Ford Filmed in Technicolor on location in Africa. Cu Donald Sinden.
Grace Kelly
1954 58 Betrayed Col. Pieter Deventer Lana Turner Gottfried Reinhardt Cu Victor Mature, Louis Calhern. Gable's last film under his MGM contract.
1955 59 Soldier of Fortune Hank Lee Susan Hayward Edward Dmytryk A 20th Century-Fox Production. Cu Michael Rennie, Gene Barry. Filmed in Cinemascope and Deluxe color. Gable's first wide-screen film.
60 The Tall Men Colonel Ben Allison Jane Russell Raoul Walsh A 20th Century-Fox Production. Cu Robert Ryan, Cameron Mitchell. Filmed in Cinemascope and Deluxe color.
1956 61 The King and Four Queens Dan Kehoe Eleanor Parker Raoul Walsh A Russ-Feild-Gabco Production, released through United Artists. Cu Jo Van Fleet, Jean Willes, Barbara Nichols. Filmed in Cinemascope and Deluxe color. Gable's only attempt at producing one of his films.
1957 62 Band of Angels Hamish Bond Yvonne de Carlo Raoul Walsh A Warner Bros. Production. Cu Sidney Poitier, Efrem Zimbalist, Jr., Patric Knowles. Filmed in WarnerColor.
1958 63 Run Silent, Run Deep Cmdr. "Rich" Richardson Mary LaRoche Robert Wise A Hecht-Hill-Lancaster Production, released through United Artists. Cu Burt Lancaster, Jack Warden, Don Rickles.
64 Teacher's Pet James Gannon/James Gallangher Doris Day George Seaton A Paramount Production. Cu Gig Young, Nick Adams. Filmed in VistaVision.
Mamie Van Doren
1959 65 But Not for Me Russell "Russ" Ward Carroll Baker Walter Lang A Paramount Production. Cu Lee J. Cobb. Filmed in VistaVision.
Lilli Palmer

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An Nr. Titlu Rol Actrița principală Regizor Note
1960 66 It Started in Naples Michael Hamilton Sophia Loren Melville Shavelson A Paramount Production. Cu Vittorio De Sica. Filmed in Technicolor on location in Italy.
1961 67 The Misfits Gaylord "Gay" Langdon Marilyn Monroe John Huston A Seven Arts-John Huston Production, released through United Artists. Cu Montgomery Clift, Marilyn Monroe, Thelma Ritter, Eli Wallach. Gable's last film,[24] released after his death.


De-a lungul carierei sale ca star de cinema, Gable a apărut ca el însuși în următoarele scurtmetraje:

An Nr. Titlu Note
1931 1 The Christmas Party
2 Jackie Cooper's Birthday Party
1932 3 Screen Snapshots
1933 4 Hollywood on Parade No. 9
1935 5 Hollywood Hobbies
6 Starlit Days at the Lido
1937 7 Hollywood Party
8 The Candid Camera Story MGM Pictures 1937 Convention
1938 9 Hollywood Goes to Town
1939 10 Screen Snapshots: Stars on Horseback
11 Hollywood Hobbies
1940 12 Northward, Ho![25]
1941 13 You Can't Fool a Camera
1943 14 Show Business at War
15 Wings Up
1943 16 Screen Snapshots: Hollywood in Uniform
1950 17 Screen Actors

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Mai mulți ani, expozanții de film din SUA l-au votat pe Gable printre cele mai cunoscute vedete de film din țară:

  • 1932 – 8th (US)
  • 1933 – 7th (US)
  • 1934 – 2nd (US)
  • 1935 – 3rd (US)
  • 1936 – 2nd (US)
  • 1937 – 2nd (US)
  • 1938 – 2nd (US)
  • 1939 – 4th (US)
  • 1940 – 3rd (US)
  • 1941 – 2nd (US)
  • 1942 – 2nd (US)
  • 1943 – 10th (US)
  • 1947 – 7th (US)
  • 1948 – 7th (US)
  • 1949 – 10th (US)[26]
  • 1950 – 13th (US)
  • 1951 – 18th (US)
  • 1952 – 17th (US)[27]
  • 1953 – 12th (US)[28]
  • 1954 – 19th (US)
  • 1955 – 10th (US)
  • 1957 – 19th (US)


In 1943 Clark Gable narrated and appeared in World War II propaganda film entitled Combat America, which was produced by the United States Army Air Forces.

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Charles Laughton
for The Private Life of Henry VIII
Academy Award for Best Actor
for It Happened One Night
Victor McLaglen
for The Informer

During his career as a motion picture actor Clark Gable was thrice nominated for the Best Leading Actor Academy Award. Below is a complete list of his nominations along with his fellow nominees.

The winner for each year is in bold face text against a yellow background.
- 1934 - - 1935 - - 1939 -
Actor Film Actor Film Actor Film
Clark Gable It Happened One Night Clark Gable Mutiny on the Bounty Robert Donat Goodbye, Mr. Chips
Frank Morgan The Affairs of Cellini Charles Laughton Mutiny on the Bounty Clark Gable Gone with the Wind
William Powell The Thin Man Victor McLaglen The Informer Laurence Olivier Wuthering Heights
Paul Muni Black Fury Mickey Rooney Babes in Arms
Franchot Tone Mutiny on the Bounty James Stewart Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

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  1. ^ Barrymore won an Academy Award for his performance.
  2. ^ Joan Crawford also starred in a 1947 film entitled Possessed. This film is not a remake of the earlier one.
  3. ^ Remade as Mogambo (1953) with Gable again in the lead.
  4. ^ Previously filmed in 1922 Cu Ronald Colman in the Gable role.
  5. ^ Astaire's film debut.
  6. ^ Best Picture Academy Award winner for 1934.
  7. ^ Remade as You Can't Run Away From It (1956) Cu Jack Lemmon in the Gable role.
  8. ^ Reputedly the film that gangster John Dillinger saw just before being gunned down.
  9. ^ Young and Gable had an affair during the making of this film, resulting in Young bearing Gable's child.
  10. ^ Best Picture Academy Award winner for 1935.
  11. ^ Other versions of the Bounty mutiny include In the Wake of the Bounty (1933), Mutiny on the Bounty (1962), and The Bounty (1984) with, respectively, Errol Flynn, Marlon Brando, and Mel Gibson in the Gable role.
  12. ^ Laughton and Tone also received Academy Award nominations.
  13. ^ Lost the 1936 Best Picture Academy Award to The Great Ziegfeld and Tracy was nominated for an Academy Award for his performance.
  14. ^ "This performance was one of the real disasters of his career, prompting many indignant letters from admirers." – Gabe Essoe. The Films of Clark Gable. Secaucus, New Jersey. Citadel Press, 1970.
  15. ^ Harlow died during production of this film. The film was completed using her stand-in Mary Dees.
  16. ^ Lost the 1938 Best Picture Academy Award to You Can't Take It With You
  17. ^ Best Picture Academy Award winner for 1939.
  18. ^ A made-for-TV sequel entitled Scarlett (1994) starred Timothy Dalton in the Gable role.
  19. ^ Although Fleming is the film's sole credited director, portions of the film were directed by George Cukor and Sam Wood.
  20. ^ Although Gable received top billing in the advertisements for this film, Crawford has top billing in the film's opening credits.
  21. ^ This was Morgan's last film. He died before the film was released.
  22. ^ Previously filmed as Red Dust (1932), also with Gable in the lead.
  23. ^ "Magambo" is the Swahili word for "Passion."
  24. ^ Also Marilyn Monroe's last film.
  25. ^ A behind-the-scenes look at the making of Northwest Passage (1940) starring Spencer Tracy.
  26. ^ „BOB UPSETS BING—AT THE BOX OFFICE”. The Daily News. Perth: National Library of Australia. . p. 9 Edition: FIRST. Accesat în . 
  27. ^ „BOX OFFICE DRAW”. The Barrier Miner. Broken Hill, NSW: National Library of Australia. . p. 3. Accesat în . 
  28. ^ „GARY COOPER TOP FAVOURITE”. The Cairns Post. Qld.: National Library of Australia. . p. 1. Accesat în . 

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