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Clark Gable Quotes
(about women)

 

Clark Gable and Carole Lombard - "No Man Her Own" (1932)

“This power that I’m supposed to have over women was never noticed when I was a stage actor on Broadway. I don’t know when I got it. And by God, I can’t explain it.”

“Hell, if I’d jumped on all the dames I’m supposed to have jumped on, I’d have had no time to go fishing.”

“It is an extra dividend when you like the girl you’ve fallen in love with.”

“I am intrigued by glamorous women… A vain woman is continually taking out a compact to repair her makeup. A glamorous woman knows she doesn’t need to.”

“I can’t emote worth a damn.” (on rumors he was dull in bed)

“I don’t discuss women at all with anyone. There are good qualities in all women. Some may be lacking in some of these qualities and should have them. I’m liable to say so and hurt their feelings, and it wouldn’t be meant that way at all.”

“Single men never have any problems. I suppose that the public builds some kind of idea from what they’ve seen of me on the screen.”

“My days of playing the dashing lover are over. I’m no longer believable in those parts. There has been considerable talk about older guys wooing and winning leading ladies half their age. I don’t think the public likes it, and I don’t care for it myself. It’s not realistic. Actresses that I started out with like Joan Crawford and Barbara Stanwyck have long since quit playing glamor girls and sweet young things. Now it’s time I acted my age. Let’s be honest. It’s a character role, and I’ll be playing more of them. There’s a risk involved, of course. I have no idea if I can attain the success as a character actor as I did playing the dashing young lover, but it’s a chance I have to take. Not everybody is able to do it.”  (in 1958)

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