Yesteryear American superstar William Clark Gable also known as "The King of Hollywood" or "The King" made his acting debut with stage and then in films gradually emerging as a leading man in films performing in over 60 motion pictures spanning over three decades. This Academy Award winning actor starred in several notable films like ‘It Happened One Night’ (1934), ‘Mutiny on the Bounty’ (1935), ‘San Francisco’ (1936) and ‘Gone with the Wind’ (1939) among others.
The film journey of this famous yesteryear superstar saw him starting as an extra in silent films and then appearing in supporting roles following which he earned his first leading Hollywood role that paved his way for other leads. His acting career spanning several decades includes numerous blockbusters as well as some that garnered less popularity at box-office.
List of William Clark Gable films includes best Gable films that thrived both critically and commercially like ‘It Happened One Night’, ‘Mutiny on the Bounty’, San Francisco, ‘Gone with the Wind’, ‘Red Dust’ (1932), ‘Boom Town’ (1940) and ‘Homecoming’ (1948). His movies that comparatively garnered lower ratings from critics and audience include films like ‘Forsaking All Others’ (1934) and ‘Too Hot to Handle’ (1938).
Clark Gable Awards
|It Happened One Night||Best Actor in a Leading Role||1935|