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No Man of Her Own (1932) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by Wesley Ruggles and produced by Albert Lewis.

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NO MAN OF HER OWN

By Dan Day, Jr. on Aug 23, 2020 From The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog

The final film in the three-disc Kino Carole Lombard Blu-ray set I am reviewing is NO MAN OF HER OWN, a 1932 Paramount production. This movie is famous for being the only onscreen pairing between Lombard and Clark Gable, long before they became an item in real life. Gable plays Jerry "Babe" Stewart... Read full article


Casar por Azar (1932) / No Man of Her Own (1932)

By L? on Jun 15, 2019 From Critica Retro

Casar por Azar (1932) / No Man of Her Own (1932) Todos n?s conhecemos Clark Gable e Carole Lombard como um casal, casados desde 1939 at? a morte prematura dela em 1942. Mas, anos antes de eles se apaixonarem na vida real, eles interpretaram um casal em um filme. Em “Casar por Azar̶... Read full article


No Man of Her Own (1950)

By 4 Star Film Fan on May 22, 2019 From 4 Star Films

Helen Ferguson (Barbara Stanwyck) is slighted by her slimy boyfriend who ditches her for a blonde and the only thing he?offers her in return?is a train ticket out of town. What can she do but take it dejectedly with barely any money, 8-months pregnant, without any future?at all? She’s in a low... Read full article


Where Film Noir and the ?Woman?s Picture? Intersect: No Man of Her Own (1950)

on Aug 13, 2017 From True Classics

“Summer nights are pleasant in Caulfield. They smell of heliotrope and jasmine, honeysuckle and clover. The breeze that stirs the curtains is soft and gentle. There’s the hush, the stillness of perfect peace and security. Oh, yes, the summer nights are pleasant in Caulfield–but not... Read full article


No Man of Her Own (1950) with Barbara Stanwyck and John Lund

By Orson De Welles on Apr 14, 2016 From Classic Film Freak

Share This!1950 was a busy year for Barbara Stanwyck as she starred in four films that year.? Among them was No Man of Her Own, what today would be called a ?woman?s picture.?? Or would it?? For the first two thirds of the picture it?s a somber and almost depressing affair (don?t confuse somber and ... Read full article


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Connie: You'd be lovely to have around, just to sprinkle the flowers with your personality.


Connie: Just a New York cowboy aren't you? Passing through and giving a little small town girl her big moment.


Connie: [to Babe about the lake party] It's too lonesome, no subway, no elevator... None of the rushing noise of the city.
[Dreamily]
Connie: Just pale moon, quiet lake, soft breeze, hardly rustling the pine leaves...
[Snaps back to reality and looks at Babe]
Connie: You'd be bored to death


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Facts about

Although Carole Lombard and Clark Gable later became one of Hollywood's most famous couples, they were completely indifferent to one another during the making of this film. It was not until several years later that they met again and fell in love.
One of over 700 Paramount Productions, filmed between 1929 and 1949, which were sold to MCA/Universal in 1958 for television distribution, and have been owned and controlled by Universal ever since.
After filming was over Carole Lombard presented Clark Gable with a ham featuring his picture on it.
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