Four years after No Man of Her Own, Clark Gable and Carole Lombard reunited at a Hollywood party and began a romance in early 1936.
Gable was separated from his wife, Rhea Langham, but she did not want to grant him a divorce. Langham eventually agreed to a settlement worth half a million dollars.The divorce was finalized in March 1939.
Gable and Lombard eloped in Kingman, Arizona, on March 29. They wanted start a family but Carole was unable to have children, she had two miscarriages.
Carole died on January 16, 1942 in a plane crash in Nevada en route to Los Angeles after selling war bonds in her home state of Indiana.
These romantic photos are from publicity shots of Clark Gable and Carole Lombard for No Man of Her Own in 1932.