No Man of Her Own
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No Man of Her Own
No Man of Her Own represented the only time that Clark Gable and Carole Lombard co-starred in the same picture (at the time the film was made, both were married to other people; their romance and subsequent marriage was several years in the offing). Gable plays a crooked cardsharp who takes it on the lam from the New York constabulary. He hides out in a small town, where he falls in love with librarian Lombard. Endearing himself to Lombard's family, Gable pretends to be an out-of-town broker. He takes his new bride Lombard back to New York, where he resumes his dishonest activities, all… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"This light, carefree, well-acted romantic comedy, the only film Gable made with future wife Carole Lomabrd, is directed by Charles Ruggles, riding high after his success with the 1931 Oscar-winning Western Cimarron."
‑ Emanuel Levy, EmanuelLevy.Com
"A light piffle of a movie, not particularly complex, certainly not tense, and not a laugh riot either. But don't get me wrong - this is a pleasant film."
‑ Brian Webster, Apollo Guide
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