satnin:

Carole Lombard, c. late 1930s.

satnin:

Carole Lombard, c. late 1930s.

the-dark-city:

William Powell and Carole Lombard - "Man Of The World" (1931) 

the-dark-city:

William Powell and Carole Lombard - "Man Of The World" (1931)
 


Carole Lombard, 1934

Carole Lombard, 1934

billchandler:

What’s a divorce between friends? William Powell and his divorced wife, Carole Lombard, both of the films, are shown here as they attended the recent tennis matches in Los Angeles. Although divorced when Carole went to Reno, they have been seen together frequently.
September 25, 1933.

billchandler:

What’s a divorce between friends? William Powell and his divorced wife, Carole Lombard, both of the films, are shown here as they attended the recent tennis matches in Los Angeles. Although divorced when Carole went to Reno, they have been seen together frequently.

September 25, 1933.

Carole Lombard - c. 1930's

Carole Lombard - c. 1930's


William Powell and Carole Lombard on their wedding day, June 26, 1931

William Powell and Carole Lombard on their wedding day, June 26, 1931

griruxx:

Fred MacMurray gets a manicure from Carole Lombard in Hands Across the Table (1935)


Robert Montgomery and Carole Lombard - Valentine publicity photo for Mr. and Mrs. Smith (1941) dir. by Alfred Hitchcock

Robert Montgomery and Carole Lombard - Valentine publicity photo for Mr. and Mrs. Smith (1941) dir. by Alfred Hitchcock

Carole Lombard in We’re Not Dressing (1934).

Carole Lombard and Jimmy Stewart kiss on New Year’s Eve at Midnight in Made For Each Other (1939)

Carole Lombard in Made For Each Other (1939)

sparklejamesysparkle:

Carole Lombard strikes a pose, early-1940s.

sparklejamesysparkle:

Carole Lombard strikes a pose, early-1940s.

lanallure:

Happy birthday, Carole Lombard!

(October 6, 1908 – January 16, 1942)

Clark Gable and Carole Lombard in publicity photos for “No Man Of Her Own” (1932)


Carole Lombard, with Commissioner - Happy Birthday! (October 6th, 1908 -  January 16th, 1942)
Carole Lombard had a little dachshund named Commissioner who was devoted to her, and ignored Clark Gable completely. After her death in 1942, the dog would not leave Gable’s side.

Carole Lombard, with Commissioner - Happy Birthday! (October 6th, 1908 -  January 16th, 1942)

Carole Lombard had a little dachshund named Commissioner who was devoted to her, and ignored Clark Gable completely. After her death in 1942, the dog would not leave Gable’s side.