Vanity Fair - July 1931

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Published July 1, 1931. Actress Carole Lombard's more than 40 films included The Twentieth Century; My Man Godfrey , for which she was nominated for an Oscar in 1936; and No Man of Her Own, costarring Clark Gable, who eventually became her husband. This photograph is an outtake from a shoot by Cecil Beaton for the July 1931 Vanity Fair. It shows Lombard in a moment of casual elegance, seated on a wooden beam with a fur stole draped over her lap. Artist by Cecil Beaton

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15.25 " W X 16.8 " H

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