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Clark Gable and Myrna Loy, Too Hot to Handle (1938)
When I think of [my relationship with Gable], considering the way it started, it was curious. We became devoted to each other. We weren’t lovers—he was in love with Carole Lombard…we eventually became more like siblings. Nobody believes that and you can understand why…but our relationship was unique. Oh he sometimes gave me the macho routine when people were watching but he changed when we were alone. ~Myrna Loy

Clark Gable and Myrna Loy, Too Hot to Handle (1938)

When I think of [my relationship with Gable], considering the way it started, it was curious. We became devoted to each other. We weren’t lovers—he was in love with Carole Lombard…we eventually became more like siblings. Nobody believes that and you can understand why…but our relationship was unique. Oh he sometimes gave me the macho routine when people were watching but he changed when we were alone. ~Myrna Loy

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Frida Kahlo

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Frida Kahlo

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