First up, a lovably laughing Lombard, likely taken during that week in the summer of 1938 when she handled publicity for Selznick International:
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From the ridiculous to the sublime...Lombard in a fetching white hat:
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For these next two, Carole is clad in gowns. First, she's next to a pillar:
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Here, Lombard graces the head of a huge marble bust (lucky bust!):
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Carole shows off an attractive beaded gown:
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No lyin' about the sex appeal of this portrait -- no lyin', but there is a lion:
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Several showgirl portraits of Carole are extant from "Swing High, Swing Low," but this one arguably shows off those Lombard legs to their best advantage:
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We'll close this batch with Carole and Clark Gable out for a ride when this candid pic was taken. They look a bit bemused, but then again the concept of paparazzi was still more than two decades in the future...
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Again, thanks to Tally for her yeoman work.