Clark Gable Paper Dolls in Full Color Vintage 1986 Tom Tierney Book UNCUT *****FIRST CLASS SHIPPING INCLUDED – DOMESTIC ORDERS ONLY!*****

Item:   UNCUT Original 1986 “Clark Gable Paper Dolls in Full Color” Tom Tierney Book. Beautiful as well as educational, this delightfully enchanting and informative Book contains an Introduction as well as meticulously researched accurate Biographical Information, and features Captioned Detailed Recreations of Period, Designer Clothing and Costumes Fashions (Uniforms, Suits, Gowns, Casual Wear Attire, Accessories & more...) spanning the years 1925 thru 1961, authentically rendered by noted Illustrator, Tom Tierney


***”He was the undisputed ‘King’ of Hollywood stars - the handsome, devil-may-care, rough-mannered hero whose reign as filmdom’s leading man spanned more than 30 years. Now Clark Gable’s legendary career - one that included over 70 films - is recaptured in this exciting, full-color cutout book created by noted illustrator Tom Tierney. The magnetism that attracted generations of film fans continues to charm young and old alike in this exciting collection. Three full-colored paper dolls and 32 meticulously rendered outfits from 26 films recall great roles from Gable’s celluloid past... ” 


Date of Publication: Vintage - 1986 (1980s) Paper Dolls Book


Author/Designer:  Tom Tierney, Noted Illustrator


Publisher: Dover Publications, Inc. - New York


Total Number of Pages: 32 pages total, 18 of which are printed pages


Total Number of Color Plates Pages (printed on one side of each page only): 16


Total Number of Costumes/Outfits: Thirty-Two (32)


Total Number of Paper Dolls: Three (3) (three of Clark, with the BONUS of Carole Lombard also being depicted in one of the Outfits)


Size: 9 & 1/4"H x 12 & 1/4"W


Format: Paper-bound, Soft Cover


Condition:   UNCUT & Near Mint



EXCERPTED INFO: “...from his first featured part as a Western ‘heavy’ in ‘The Painted Desert’ (1931 to that of the aging cowboy in ‘The Misfits’ (1961). Costumes from other films include sophisticated evening wear from ‘Possessed’ (1931); safari garb from ‘Red Dust’ (1932) and ‘Mogambo’ (1953); the famous pajamas from his Academy Award-winning role in ‘It Happened One Night’ (1934); a period costume of a British naval officer from ‘Mutiny on the Bounty’ (1935); and several from the star’s most famous role - that of Rhett Butler - in ‘Gone with the Wind’ (1939). Costumes from that role include formal attire with top hat, white tie and cape; bedroom clothes featuring a deep pink robe; and a stylish dress suit, complete with cravat and vest. Clark Gable fans, movie buffs and paper doll enthusiasts will be delighted with this captivating and easily affordable collection - a full-color tribute to the movie-idol magic of one of the screen’s most beloved and enduring stars....”


*The Plastic Age (1925)

*The Painted Desert (1931)

*The Easiest Way (1931) - Costume by Rene Hubert

*Laughing Sinners (1931)

*Susan Lenox:   Her Fall and Rise (1931) - Costume by Adrian

*Possessed (1931)

*Polly of the Circus (1931) - Costume by Adrian

*Red Dust (1932)

*No Man of Her Own (1932) - Also Shown: Carole Lombard - Costumes by Travis Banton

*Mutiny on the Bounty (1935)

*San Francisco (1936) - Costume by Adrian

*The White Sister (1933)

*It Happened One Night (1934) - Costume by Robert Kalloch

*Call of the Wild (1935) - Costume by Omar Kiam

*China Seas (1935) - Costume by Adrian

*Parnell (1937) - Costume by Adrian

*Test Pilot (1938)

*Gone with the Wind (Barbecue Scene) (1939) - All Costumes for this Film by Walter Plunkett

*Gone with the Wind (Paris Hat Scene) (1939)

*Gone with the Wind (Burning of Atlanta Scene) (1939)

*Gone with the Wind (Bazaar Scene) (1939)

*Gone with the Wind (Honeymoon Bedroom Scene) (1939)

*Honky Tonk (1941) - Costume by Gile Steele

*They Met in Bombay (1941) - Costume by Gile Steele

*Never Let Me Go (1952)

*The Hucksters (1947)

*Command Decision (1948)

*Across the Wide Missouri (1951) - Costume by Walter Plunkett

*Mogambo (1953) - Costume by Helen Rose

*The Tall Men (1955) - Costume by Charles LeMaire or William Travilla

*But Not for Me (1959) - Costume by Edith Head

*The Misfits (1961) - Costume by Jean Louis

Title: Clark Gable Paper Dolls in Full Color Vintage 1986 Tom Tierney Book UNCUT *****FIRST CLASS SHIPPING INCLUDED – DOMESTIC ORDERS ONLY!*****

Author Name: Paper Dolls Book “Clark Gable Paper Dolls in Full Color” Tom Tierney

Categories: Paper Dolls & Cutouts,

Publisher: New York, Dover Publications, Inc.: 1986

lbs: 1.00 1 lbs

Seller ID: Paper Dolls Clark Gable