Clark Gable

Biography

William Clark Gable (February 1, 1901 – November 16, 1960) was an American film actor. In 1999, the American Film Institute named Gable seventh among the greatest male stars of all time.

Gable's most famous role was Rhett Butler in the 1939 Civil War epic film Gone with the Wind, in whi...

67 titles Acting

8.1

La classe américaine

1993 · L'acteur

7.4

The Misfits

1961 · Gay Langland

6.3

It Started in Naples

1960 · Michael Hamilton

6.6

But Not for Me

1959 · Russell 'Russ' Ward

7.4

Run Silent, Run Deep

1958 · Cmdr, Richardson

7.1

Teacher's Pet

1958 · James Gannon / James Gallangher

6.6

Band of Angels

1957 · Hamish Bond

6.1

The King and Four Queens

1956 · Dan Kehoe

6.3

Soldier of Fortune

1955 · Hank Lee

6.7

The Tall Men

1955 · Colonel Ben Allison

6.1

Betrayed

1954 · Col. Pieter Deventer

6.2

Never Let Me Go

1953 · Philip Sutherland

6.7

Mogambo

1953 · Victor Marswell

6.1

Lone Star

1952 · Devereaux Burke

6.2

Across the Wide Missouri

1951 · Flint Mitchell

6.4

Key to the City

1950 · Steve Fisk

6.3

To Please a Lady

1950 · Mike Brannan

6.9

Any Number Can Play

1949 · Charley Enley Kyng

7.4

Command Decision

1948 · Brigadier General K.C. 'Casey' Dennis

6.8

Homecoming

1948 · Col. Ulysses Delby 'Lee' Johnson

6.7

The Hucksters

1947 · Victor Albee Norman

6.2

Adventure

1945 · Harry Patterson

6.1

Somewhere I'll Find You

1942 · Jonathon 'Jonny' Davis

6.6

They Met in Bombay

1941 · Gerald Meldrick

6.6

Honky Tonk

1941 · 'Candy' Johnson

7.1

Boom Town

1940 · Big John McMasters

6.6

Comrade X

1940 · McKinley B. 'Mac' Thompson

6.9

Strange Cargo

1940 · André Verne

6.6

Idiot's Delight

1939 · Harry Van

8.2

Gone with the Wind

1939 · Rhett Butler

6.9

Test Pilot

1938 · Jim

6.8

Too Hot to Handle

1938 · Chris Hunter

6.6

Saratoga

1937 · Duke Bradley

5.3

Parnell

1937 · Charles Stewart Parnell

7.1

Wife vs. Secretary

1936 · Van 'V.S.' Stanhope

7.3

San Francisco

1936 · Blackie Norton

7.7

Cain and Mabel

1936 · Larry Cain

5.8

Love on the Run

1936 · Michael Anthony

7.0

China Seas

1935 · Alan Gaskell

7.8

Mutiny on the Bounty

1935 · Fletcher Christian

6.4

After Office Hours

1935 · Jim Branch

6.9

Call of the Wild

1935 · Jack Thornton

6.2

Forsaking All Others

1934 · Jeffrey Williams

5.9

Chained

1934 · Michael 'Mike' Bradley

6.4

Men in White

1934 · Dr. George Ferguson

8.1

It Happened One Night

1934 · Peter Warne

7.2

Manhattan Melodrama

1934 · Edward J. 'Blackie' Gallagher

6.9

Hold Your Man

1933 · Eddie Hall

6.0

The White Sister

1933 · Giovanni Severi

6.3

Night Flight

1933 · Jules

6.7

Dancing Lady

1933 · Patch Gallagher

7.3

Polly of the Circus

1932 · Rev. John Hartley

7.4

Red Dust

1932 · Dennis Carson

6.7

No Man of Her Own

1932 · Jerry 'Babe' Stewart

6.4

Hell Divers

1932 · Steve Nelson

5.9

Strange Interlude

1932 · Dr. Ned Darrell

6.5

Susan Lenox (Her Fall and Rise)

1931 · Rodney Spencer

5.3

The Painted Desert

1931 · Rance Brett

5.9

Dance, Fools, Dance

1931 · Jake Luva

6.3

The Easiest Way

1931 · Nick Feliki

7.0

Night Nurse

1931 · Nick

6.7

A Free Soul

1931 · Ace Wilfong

6.8

Possessed

1931 · Mark Whitney

6.1

Sporting Blood

1931 · Warren 'Rid' Riddell

6.4

The Secret Six

1931 · Carl Luckner

5.0

Laughing Sinners

1931 · Carl Loomis

6.1

The Finger Points

1931 · Louis J. Blanco

5.8

Du Barry, Woman of Passion

1930 · Extra (voice)

5.0

The Johnstown Flood

1926 ·