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Guarding Gable (audiobook)
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Guarding Gable (audiobook) An enhanced novel for audiobook by Nat Segaloff
All is not fair in love and war. In 1942 at the beginning of World War Two, beloved actress Carole Lombard is killed in a plane crash while returning from a bond-selling tour. Clark Gable, her husband, is beyond consolation and depressed to the point of suicide. He enlists in the U.S. Army Air Corps, telling his bosses at MGM that he doesn’t care if he ever comes back. At the prospect of losing their top box office attraction, studio head Louis B. Mayer desperately leans on Alan Greenberg, a lowly publicist, to enlist with Gable and keep him alive while flying combat missions over Nazi-occupied Europe, but the two do more than share cockpits—they fall in love with the same woman. How can Alan compete with Gable?
Fiction. Audiobook edition with spoken narrative, sounds effects, and excerpts from a training film that Gable appeared in while reluctantly grounded. Running time approximately 5 hours. Read by author Nat Segaloff.