Carole Lombard
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Carole Lombard
*October 6, 1908 Fort Wayne, Indiana
as Jane Alice Peters
January 16, 1942 Table Rock Mountain, Nevada

American actress known for her performances in screwball comedies. Nominated for an Academy Award for My Man Godfrey. Was married to Clark Gable. Died in a plane crash in 1942.

Films

1994

Thats Entertainment! III

1985

Maxie

1965

The Love Goddesses

1957

The Golden Age of Comedy

1943

Show-Business at War

1942

To Be or Not to Be

1941

Mr. and Mrs. Smith

1940

They Knew What They Wanted
Vigil in the Night

1939

In Name Only
Made for Each Other

1938

Fools for Scandal

1937

Nothing Sacred
Swing High, Swing Low
True Confession

1936

Love Before Breakfast
My Man Godfrey
The Princess Comes Across

1935

Hands Across the Table
Rumba

1934

Bolero
The Gay Bride
Lady by Choice
Now and Forever
Twentieth Century
We're Not Dressing

1933

Brief Moment
The Eagle and the Hawk
From Hell to Heaven
Supernatural
White Woman

1932

No Man of Her Own
No More Orchids
No One Man
Sinners in the Sun
Virtue

1931

I Take This Woman
It Pays to Advertise
Ladies' Man
Man of the World
Up Pops the Devil

1930

The Arizona Kid
Fast and Loose
Safety in Numbers

1929

Big News
High Voltage
The Racketeer
Dynamite
Matchmaking Mamma

1928

The Beach Club
The Divine Sinner
Me, Gangster
Ned McCobb's Daughter
Power
Show Folks
His Unlucky Night
Motorboat Mamas
The Campus Vamp
The Best Man
The Bicycle Flirt

1927

My Best Girl
The Fighting Eagle

1926

The Road to Glory
The Johnstown Flood

1925

Dick Turpin
Durand of the Badlands
Hearts and Spurs
Marriage in Transit
The Plastic Age
Ben-Hur

1921

A Perfect Crime


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Books on Carole Lombard
Wes D. Gehring
Carole Lombard, the Hoosier tornado
Indianapolis, 2003

Robert D. Matzen
Carole Lombard, A Bio-Bibliography
New York - Westport, Connecticut - London, 1988

Leonard Maltin
Carole Lombard
New York, 1976

Joe Morella & Edward Z. Epstein
Gable & Lombard & Powell & Harlow
London, 1976

Larry Swindell
Screwball, The life of Carole Lombard
New York, 1975

Frederick W. Ott
The Films of Carole Lombard
Secaucus, NJ, 1974

Warren G. Harris
Gable and Lombard
New York, 1974
Books with substantial mentioning of Carole Lombard
Books with an entry on Carole Lombard
Denise Lowe
An Encyclopedic Dictionary of Women in Early American Films, 1895 - 1930
New York, London, Oxford, 2005

David Thomson
The New Biographical Dictionary of Film
New York, 2003

Glenn Mitchell
A-Z of Silent Film Comedy, An Illustrated Companion
London, 1998

Paul Michael, editor in chief. James Robert Parish, associate editor
The American movies reference book, The sound era
Englewood Cliffs, N.J.,, 1969

Martin J. Quigley (ed.)
The Motion Picture Almanac, Big Stars in Big Pictures
Chicago, Ill., 1929
Books with photograph(s) of Carole Lombard
John Richard Finch and Paul Elby
Close-Ups, From the Golden Age of the Silent Cinema
South Brunswick and New York - London, 1978
Mary Dawn Earley
Stars of the Twenties, Observed by James Abbe
New York, 1975