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Clark Gable & Claudette Colbert Movie Art Poster Print
Clark Gable & Claudette Colbert Movie Art Poster Print


 
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Product Code: GABLECOLBERT

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17"x11" Inch Canvas
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Clark Gable & Claudette Colbert Movie Art Poster Print

The unique print on Rolled canvas is signed by the artist
There is a 1-2 inch white border around image on all canvas to allow framing without the need for matting.
Stretch Framed Art will have black border that wraps around side.

Clark Gable - American Actor - 1901-1960

Dubbed “King of Hollywood,” Gone with the Wind actor Clark Gable epitomized Hollywood's Golden Age, and was a legend for his on- and off-screen romances.

Born on February 1, 1901, in Ohio, Clark Gable initially had a hard time getting Hollywood roles, due to his big ears. After signing with MGM, he was cast with stars like Greta Garbo and Joan Crawford, and his popularity soared. He hit box-office gold with such films as It Happened One Night and Gone with the Wind. His final film, The Misfits, was also Marilyn Monroe’s last film.


Claudette Colbert - American Actress - 1903-1996

Actress Claudette Colbert was known for her trademark bangs, her velvety, purring voice, her confident, intelligent style and her subtle, graceful acting.

While studying fashion design, Claudette Colbert landed a small role in the Broadway play The Wild Westcotts (1923). While still starring in The Barker, Colbert made her film debut in the silent movie For The Love of Mike (1927). In 1929, she make her first talking picture, and thereafter worked solely on screen for more than 20 years. She returned to the stage in 1951.

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