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Carole Lombard
Birthday: 6 October 1908

Below is a complete filmography (list of movies she's appeared in) for Carole Lombard. If you have any corrections or additions, please email us at corrections@spybee.com. We'd also be interested in any trivia or other information you have.



Carole Lombard was born Jane Alice Peters in Fort Wayne, Indiana on October 6, 1908. Her parents divorced in 1916 and Carole's mother took the family on a trip out West. While there they decided to settle down in the Los Angeles area in California. After being spotted playing baseball in the street with the neighborhood boys by a film director, Carole was signed to a one picture contract in 1921 when she was 12. The film in question was A PERFECT CRIME. Although she tried for other acting jobs, she would not be seen again for four years. For the time being she returned to a normal life, going to school and participating in athletics at which she was very good particularly track and field. At 15, Carole had had enough of school and quit. She joined a theater troupe and played in several stage shows, which were for the most part nothing to write home about. In 1925, she passed a screen test and was signed to a contract with 20th Century Fox. Her first role as a Fox player was HEARTS AND SPURS where she had the lead. Right after that film Carole appeared in a western called DURAND OF THE BADLANDS. She rounded out 1925 in the comedy MARRIAGE IN TRANSIT. Other films that year included a number of shorts. In 1926, Carole was seriously injured in an automobile accident which left the left side of her face scarred. Once she had recovered, Fox canceled her contract. She did find work in a number of shorts during 1928 (thirteen of them), but did go back for a one time shot with Fox called ME, GANGSTER. By now, the film industry was moving from the silent era to "talkies". While some had their careers end due to sound, Carole made a very smooth transition. Her first film with sound was HIGH VOLTAGE with Pathe (her new studio employer) in 1929. In 1931, Carole was teamed with William Powell in MAN OF THE WORLD. (In fact, she married Powell, but the union was a failure with a divorce in 1933). NO MAN OF HER OWN (1932) put Carole opposite Clark Gable for the first and only time. (They married in seven years later in 1939). By now she was with Paramount Studios and was one of their top stars. But it was 1934's TWENTIETH CENTURY that showed her true comedic talents and proved to the world what a fine actress she really was. In 1936, Carole received her only Oscar nomination for Best Actress in MY MAN GODFREY. As Irene Bullock, she was superb in the role. Unfortunately, the coveted award went to Luise Ranier in THE GREAT ZIEGFELD which also won for Best Picture. She was now working about one film a year at her choosing, because she wanted any role she picked to be a good one. She was very adept at picking just the right part. And why not? She was smart enough to see through the good-ol-boy syndrome of the studio moguls. She commanded and received one of the top salaries in the business. At one time it was reported she was making $35, 000 a week. She made but one film in 1941, that being MR. & MRS. SMITH. Her last film was in 1942, when Carole played Maria Tura in TO BE OR NOT TO BE. She did not live to see its release. Finished in 1941 at the time the US entered World War II, Carole went home to Indiana for a war bond rally. On January 16, 1942, Carole, her mother, and 20 other people were flying back to California when the plane went down outside of Las Vegas, Nevada. All perished. The highly acclaimed comedy actress was dead at the age of 33 and few have been able to match her talents since.

Biography courtesy of the Internet Movie Database (www.imdb.com).


Movie Credits
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Maxie (1985)
Glenn Close ] [ Leeza Gibbons ] 
Zelig (1983)
Mia Farrow ] [ Josephine Baker ] 
Love Goddesses, The (1965)
Louise Brooks ] [ Sophia Loren ] [ Claudette Colbert ] [ Rita Hayworth ] [ Hedy Lamarr ] [ Clara Bow ] [ Jean Harlow ] [ Marilyn Monroe ] [ Marlene Dietrich ] [ Elizabeth Taylor ] [ Betty Grable ] [ Brigitte Bardot ] [ Mae West ] [ Dorothy Lamour ] [ Ingrid Bergman ] [ Myrna Loy ] [ Audrey Hepburn ] [ Greta Garbo ] [ Barbara Stanwyck ] 
MGM's Big Parade of Comedy (1964)
Lucille Ball ] [ Jean Harlow ] [ Myrna Loy ] [ Greta Garbo ] [ Joan Crawford ] 
Golden Age of Comedy, The (1957)
Jean Harlow ] 
Screen Snapshots: Ramblin' Round Hollywood (1955)
Clara Bow ] [ Myrna Loy ] [ Greta Garbo ] 
Screen Snapshots: Hollywood Stars to Remember (1954)
Show Business at War (1943)
Rita Hayworth ] [ Hedy Lamarr ] [ Irene Dunne ] [ Loretta Young ] [ Marlene Dietrich ] [ Dorothy Lamour ] [ Myrna Loy ] 
To Be or Not to Be (1942)
Anne Bancroft ] 
Mr. & Mrs. Smith (1941)
They Knew What They Wanted (1940)
Vigil in the Night (1940)
In Name Only (1939)
Made for Each Other (1939)
Hollywood Goes to Town (1938)
Claudette Colbert ] [ Hedy Lamarr ] [ Judy Garland ] [ Barbara Stanwyck ] 
Fools for Scandal (1938)
Nothing Sacred (1937)
Karen Duffy ] 
Swing High, Swing Low (1937)
Dorothy Lamour ] 
True Confession (1937)
Princess Comes Across, The (1936)
Love Before Breakfast (1936)
My Man Godfrey (1936)
Eva Gabor ] 
Hands Across the Table (1935)
Rumba (1935)
Fashion Side of Hollywood, The (1935)
Claudette Colbert ] [ Marlene Dietrich ] [ Mae West ] 
Gay Bride, The (1934)
Now and Forever (1934)
Cheryl Ladd ] 
We're Not Dressing (1934)
Bolero (1934)
Olivia D'Abo ] [ Bo Derek ] 
Lady by Choice (1934)
Twentieth Century (1934)
From Hell to Heaven (1933)
White Woman (1933)
Supernatural (1933)
Brief Moment (1933)
Hollywood on Parade No. 11 (1933)
Eagle and the Hawk, The (1933)
No More Orchids (1932)
No Man of Her Own (1932)
Barbara Stanwyck ] 
Sinners in the Sun (1932)
Virtue (1932)
No One Man (1932)
I Take This Woman (1931)
Hedy Lamarr ] 
It Pays to Advertise (1931)
Louise Brooks ] 
Ladies' Man (1931)
Man of the World (1931)
Up Pops the Devil (1931)
Safety in Numbers (1930)
Fast and Loose (1930)
Arizona Kid, The (1930)
Matchmaking Mamas (1929)
Big News (1929)
Racketeer, The (1929)
Don't Get Jealous (1929)
High Voltage (1929)
Juli Ashton ] 
Dynamite (1929)
Motorboat Mamas (1928)
Bicycle Flirt, The (1928)
Swim Princess, The (1928)
Smith's Restaurant (1928)
Campus Carmen, The (1928)
Campus Vamp, The (1928)
Divine Sinner, The (1928)
Smith's Army Life (1928)
Show Folks (1928)
Run, Girl, Run (1928)
Girl from Nowhere, The (1928)
His Unlucky Night (1928)
Power (1928)
Kate Capshaw ] [ Julie Christie ] 
Hubby's Weekend Trip (1928)
Ned McCobb's Daughter (1928)
Beach Club, The (1928)
Best Man, The (1928)
Nia Long ] [ Victoria Dillard ] 
Me, Gangster (1928)
Girl from Everywhere, The (1927)
Smith's Pony (1927)
My Best Girl (1927)
Gold Digger of Weepah (1927)
Road to Glory, The (1926)
Durand of the Badlands (1925)
Dick Turpin (1925)
Marriage in Transit (1925)
Gold and the Girl (1925)
Hearts and Spurs (1925)
Gold Heels (1924)
Perfect Crime, A (1921)

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