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* Clark Gable, actor, began his career at the Astoria Theatre in 1922.
In 1992, Superman co-creator Joe Shuster told the Toronto Star that the name derived from 1930's cinematic leading men Clark Gable and Kent Taylor, but the persona from bespectacled silent film comic Harold Lloyd and himself.
She worked with Paramount Pictures for the comedy Teacher's Pet ( 1958 ), alongside Clark Gable and Mamie Van Doren.
The top actors of the era are now thought of as the classic film stars, such as Clark Gable, Katharine Hepburn, Humphrey Bogart, Greta Garbo, and the greatest box office draw of the 1930s, child performer Shirley Temple.
The film established the names of Capra, Columbia Pictures, stars Claudette Colbert and Clark Gable, in the movie industry.
Cukor spent many hours coaching Vivien Leigh and Olivia de Havilland prior to the start of filming Wind, but Clark Gable resisted his efforts to get him to master a Southern accent.
However, despite rumors about Gable being uncomfortable with Cukor on the set, nothing in the internal memos of David O. Selznick indicates or suggests that Clark Gable played any role in Cukor's dismissal from the film.
The novel is the basis of the Academy Award – winning 1939 film starring Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh.
Along with Clark Gable, Steiner was one of the few nominees for Gone with the Wind that did not win.
During her Hollywood career Davis dated many actors, including Clark Gable, Robert Stack, and Peter Lawford ; she later called Gable the nicest of the stars she had met.
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She won the Best Actress Academy Award for her portrayal of Blanche DuBois in A Streetcar Named Desire ( 1951 ), a role she also played on stage in London's West End, as well as for her portrayal of the southern belle Scarlett O ' Hara, alongside Clark Gable, in the American Civil War drama Gone with the Wind.
She befriended Clark Gable, his wife Carole Lombard and Olivia de Havilland ; but she clashed with Leslie Howard, with whom she was required to play several emotional scenes.
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File: Clark Gable 8th-AF-Britain1943. jpg | Clark Gable with 8th AF B-17 in Britain, 1943
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* December 15 – The film Gone with the Wind, starring Vivien Leigh, Clark Gable, Olivia de Havilland and Leslie Howard, premieres at Loew's Grand Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia.
** Clark Gable, American actor ( died 1960 )
* November 16 – Clark Gable, American actor ( b. 1901 )
It releases in theaters, along with Eugene O ' Neill's experimental play Strange Interlude ( starring Norma Shearer and Clark Gable ), and will go on to win the first Academy Award for Best Animated Short.

Clark and had
The sheriff and District Attorney Mills hastily swore out a number of warrants against men who had been riding about armed, according to signed statements by Chavez and Dr. I. P. George, and ordered Deputy Barney Clark of Raton to rescue the posseman.
Two companies now had headquarters with Clark J. Wait, who by then had his own drugstore at Factory Point -- the `` Northern Union Telegraph Company '' and the `` Western Union ''.
In a climate hostile to agriculture, Mr. Clark has had to keep alert to the most productive farm techniques.
Even before he saw the necessity of growing better food and planning good nutrition, Mr. Clark felt the school had a good health program.
He had a recurring role as " Bill Church Jr ." based upon the character of Moxie Mannheim's son ( Bruno Mannheim ) from the Superman comics on Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman.
However, this reason was abandoned almost as quickly as it was introduced, since it had various flaws ( such as stories where Batman would disguise himself as Clark Kent, among others ).
In one scene of Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Clark becomes aware of an emergency while talking with Bruce Wayne and, in the next panel, he has flown out of his Kent clothing and glasses so quickly that they have had no time to fall.
As a result of their rearing, Kal-El grows up to think of himself as Clark Kent, completely unaware of his alien heritage until he was well into adulthood ( the fact that the Kents found him sometime just after the Cold War meant that the Kents assumed the rocket they found him in was from an Earth-based space program-possibly that of Communist Russia-and that Clark had superhuman abilities because he was either a metahuman or some kind of genetic experiment ).
Helen Clark said that the Fijian constitution only allowed the President to request the dissolving of Parliament if the Prime Minister no longer had the confidence of the Parliament and that this was clearly not the case.
Clark and W. Harrison Moore, who had contributed to the first draft of the constitution put before the 1897 Adelaide Convention and was Professor of Law at the University of Melbourne, postulated that the letters patent and the royal instructions issued by Queen Victoria were unnecessary " or even of doubtful legality ".
The Hoovers had two sons, Herbert Clark Hoover Jr. ( 1903 – 69 ) and Allan Henry Hoover ( 1907 – 93 ).
Clark L. Hull, an eminent American psychologist, published the first major compilation of laboratory studies on hypnosis, Hypnosis & Suggestibility ( 1933 ), in which he proved that hypnosis and sleep had nothing in common.
However, Clark L. Hull had introduced a behavioural psychology as far back as 1933, which in turn was preceded by Ivan Pavlov.
The new area was led by Allison Mankin and Scott Bradner, and had a directorate with 15 engineers from diverse backgrounds for direction-setting and preliminary document review: The working-group members were J. Allard ( Microsoft ), Steve Bellovin ( AT & T ), Jim Bound ( Digital Equipment Corporation ), Ross Callon ( Wellfleet ), Brian Carpenter ( CERN ), Dave Clark ( MIT ), John Curran ( NEARNET ), Steve Deering ( Xerox ), Dino Farinacci ( Cisco ), Paul Francis ( NTT ), Eric Fleischmann ( Boeing ), Mark Knopper ( Ameritech ), Greg Minshall ( Novell ), Rob Ullmann ( Lotus ), and Lixia Zhang ( Xerox ).
Other debilitating scandals included " Arms to Iraq " – the ongoing inquiry into how government ministers including Alan Clark ( also involved in an unrelated scandal involving the revelation of his affair with the wife and both daughters of a South African judge ) had encouraged businesses to supply arms to Iraq during the Iran-Iraq War of the 1980s, in breach of the official arms embargo, and how senior ministers had, on legal advice, attempted to withhold evidence of this official connivance when directors of Matrix Churchill were put trial for breaking the embargo.
He then broke up the team which had finished 2nd two years running, selling popular players like Peter Beardsley, Lee Clark, Les Ferdinand and David Ginola and replaced them with ageing stars like John Barnes ( 34 ), Ian Rush ( 36 ) and Stuart Pearce ( 35 ), as well as virtual unknowns like Des Hamilton and Garry Brady.
In 1872, Col. Meriwether Lewis Clark, Jr., grandson of William Clark of the Lewis and Clark expedition, traveled to England, visiting the Epsom Derby, a famous race that had been running annually since 1780.
From there, Clark went on to Paris, France, where in 1863, a group of racing enthusiasts had formed the French Jockey Club and had organized the Grand Prix de Paris, which at the time was the greatest race in France.
By the time Lewis and Clark arrived at the mouth of the Columbia, at least 14 maritime fur traders had already visited the river's mouth and estuary.

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In the wake of John Byrne's reboot of Superman continuity in The Man of Steel, many traditional aspects of Clark Kent were dropped in favor of giving him a more aggressive and extroverted personality ( although not as strong as Lois ), including such aspects as making Clark a top football player in high school, along with being a successful author and Pulitzer Prize-winning writer.
U. S. News & World Report has consistently ranked Vermont Law School, Lewis & Clark Law School, and Pace University School of Law as the top three Environmental Law programs in the United States, with Lewis & Clark and Vermont frequently trading the top spot.
( The success of Hee Haw and Lawrence Welk in syndication, and the network decisions that led to their respective cancellations, were the inspiration for a novelty song called " The Lawrence Welk-Hee Haw Counter-Revolution Polka ," performed by Clark ; the song became a top 10 hit on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart in the fall of 1972.
The first one Jaxon Xavier ( played by Andy Berman ) who was also a top scientist in one of Lex's companies called Lex Labs, entrapped Lois and Clark in a virtual reality world to steal information for mind control before the two with the help of Jimmy Olsen tricked him into letting them out by stealing his wrist watch escape window leaving him stranded.
Many of the American generals who were given top commands during the war were either picked or recommended by Marshall, including Dwight Eisenhower, Lloyd Fredendall, Leslie McNair, Mark Wayne Clark and Omar Bradley.
The film, which was the top grossing movie of that year, stars Clark Gable, Jeanette MacDonald, and Spencer Tracy.
Tracy starred alongside Clark Gable in the film, allowing audiences to see him with the top male star in Hollywood.
According to the City of Las Vegas ' 2010 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, the top employers in the greater Clark County area are:
Lewis – Clark State College has been ranked as one of the top public colleges in the West in the Comprehensive-Bachelor ’ s Degree categories – including No. 1 in 2002, 2005 & 2007 – by U. S. News & World Report in its annual rankings of colleges and universities.
The player races against the top drivers of 1967 including Jack Brabham, Denny Hulme, Jim Clark, Dan Gurney, John Surtees, Pedro Rodríguez, and Lorenzo Bandini.
Dick Clark insisted the violent content of the song be toned down when Price appeared on American Bandstand but it was still the " violent " version that was on top of the R & B charts of 1959.
The organization itself has received praise from congressmen and women to top military officials such as General Wesley Clark, who " applaud its efforts to ensure that all Americans … are treated equally and given the same constitutional rights.
The Times placed Clark at the top of a list of the greatest Formula One drivers in 2009.
" Maggie Pie " was Marti Pellow, and the " impostors " were ( on album cover, clockwise from top left ) Neil Mitchell, Graeme Duffin, Tommy Cunningham, and Graeme Clark.
Clark has won the top prizes at both the Cognac Festival du Film Policier ( for Another Day in Paradise ) and the Stockholm Film Festival ( for Bully ).
Clark was one of the top all-around athletes from 1893 to 1912.
Currently Lewis & Clark holds not only the top best Liberal Colleges ranking but also by Princeton Reviews is ranked as the second most beautiful campus ranking in the country.
Due in large part to the college's natural environment, Lewis & Clark was named one of America's top ten " Most Beautiful Campuses " by the Princeton Review,
* April 23 – the Hall of Fame Committee clears the deadlock at the top of the writers ' ballot by selecting 11 new inductees, primarily from the popular candidates of the 1900s and 1910s: Jesse Burkett, Frank Chance, Jack Chesbro, Johnny Evers, Clark Griffith, Tommy McCarthy, Joe McGinnity, Eddie Plank, Joe Tinker, Rube Waddell and Ed Walsh.
The Mary Couts Burnett Library was built on top of the school's first athletic field, Clark Field.

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