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photo Elizabeth Patterson Carole Lombard film No Man of Her Own 2106-32

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Carole Lombard & Gary Cooper (these two together were too hot for words!).

Now and Forever - Gary Cooper & Carole Lombard - Directed by Henry Hathaway - Paramount.

summers-in-hollywood: “Carole Lombard, March, 1939 ”

summers-in-hollywood: Carole Lombard, March, 1939

Carole Lombard, Clark Gable, Hollywood Stars, Alice

the unnamed photographer was “a contemporary of C(larence) S(inclair) Bull and (George) Hurrell,” which may mean it’s from her lone film at MGM, 1934′s “The Gay Bride.” (Her hairstyle looks to be from that stage of her career.)

The unnamed photographer was “a contemporary of C(larence) S(inclair) Bull and (George) Hurrell,” which may mean it’s from her lone film at MGM, “The Gay Bride.” (Her hairstyle looks to be from that stage of her career.

Carole Lombard

Carole Lombard, Bolero, 1934 (gown by Travis Banton)

Carole Lombard in High Voltage (1929)

Carole Lombard, in "High Voltage"

Carole Lombard 1936 “She was so alive, modern, frank, and natural that she stands out like a beacon on a lightship in this odd place called Hollywood.” - Barbara Stanwyck

Carole Lombard 1936 “She was so alive, modern, frank, and natural that she stands out like a beacon on a lightship in this odd place called Hollywood.

Carole Lombard throws a tantrum in Twentieth Century (1934).

Carole Lombard throws a tantrum in Twentieth Century

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