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Carole's 1940 'Screenland' style



While Carole Lombard wasn't quite as visible to the public in 1940 compared to prior years, largely thanks to her marriage to Clark Gable, she still knew how to present herself. As proof, see this photo spread from that October's issue of Screenland:




Lombard also was photographed with Charles Laughton, her co-star in the forthcoming "They Knew What They Wanted"...



...and was featured in a Lux soap ad:



The cover subject? None other than Olivia de Havilland:



You can purchase this issue on eBay for $19.95. If interested, visit http://www.ebay.com/itm/SCREENLAND-1940-OLIVIA-DE-HAVILLAND-CAROLE-LOMBARD-ROBERT-TAYLOR-LORETTA-YOUNG-/400911786754?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item5d58346302.

Carole stands tall and regal for our initial Lombard LiveJournal header of May, Paramount p1202-645.
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