Honky Tonk (1941) was a Comedy - Crime Film directed by Jack Conway and produced by Pandro S. Berman.
Honky TonkBy RBuccicone on Dec 14, 2010 From MacGuffin Movies
Honky Tonk (1941) ???? Why in the world someone would name a love story of sorts Honky Tonk, I will never understand, but with its leading actors, I can surely assume why the title would fail to turn audiences away. The 1941 flick was the first pairing of Clark Gable and Lana Turner, and despite the... Read full article
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Judge Cotton: [to Elizabeth about Candy] You were going to change him, you said. You haven't changed him. He's changed you!
Brazos Hearn: [Entering the house with a group of toughs] Where's your boss?
Jim - Candy's Butler: Mr. Johnson is dressing for dinner.
Brazos Hearn: Tell him to slip on a kimono and come down!
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Gable's wife at the time of production, Carole Lombard, was often on the set, keeping aware of Turner's party girl reputation and her husband's affinity for blondes.
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