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When Homecoming was first released in 1948, some observers felt that Clark Gable's unusually sensitive performance was based on his own memories of losing his wife Carole Lombard in a 1942 plane crash. Intriguingly, Gable's Homecoming co-star is Lana Turner, with whom it was rumored that he was having an affair at the time of Lombard's death. Told in flashback, the story concerns the romance of war-time army surgeon Ulysses Delby Johnson (Gable) and Red Cross nurse Lt. Jane "Snapshot" McCall (Turner). Though married, Johnson cannot help to be drawn to Jane as they slog… More

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"A serviceable MGM star-vehicle for Clark Gable and Lana Turner."
‑ Emanuel Levy, EmanuelLevy.Com
"World War II romance between Clark Gable and Lana Turner that tries to lighten up a dreary drama."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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