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Actress Carole Lombard (1908-1942), with actor and husband Clark Gable (1901-1960), at their elopement, March 29, 1939.

Actress Carole Lombard with actor and husband Clark Gable at their elopement, March “ “On March 1939 while Clark had a few days off from filming Gone with the Wind, Carole and he eloped to Kingman, Arizona.

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Carole's mother, Elizabeth Peters with Clark and Carole the day after their wedding 1939

Carole's mother, Elizabeth Peters with Clark Gable and Carole Lombard, the day after their wedding 1939

Clark Gable, and Carole Lombard at their wedding reception.

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Original caption:  Clark Gable is pictured with his bride, blonde Carole Lombard, as he greeted his now mother-in-law, Mrs. Elizabeth Peters. Gable and Lombard were married in a surprise elopement to Kingman, Arizona. The Actor and his actress-bride will make their home in the large rambling ranch house in San Fernando Valley which he has been preparing for his bride. There they expect to ranch and farm in keeping with the Hollywood ‘back-to-the-soil’ trend. (March 30, 1939)

“ Original caption: Clark Gable is pictured with his bride, blonde Carole Lombard, as he greeted his now mother-in-law, Mrs. Gable and Lombard were married in a surprise elopement to.

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