Part romance, part "support our war effort." Gable's "news dispatches" are a blast.
Somewhere I'll Find You is a film released by Metro-Goldwyn Mayer in 1942. The film stars Clark Gable and Lana Turner. The film took almost two years to complete. This was the last film Gable starred in before he enlisted in World War II. The next film he starred in was Adventure (1945).
In World War II, two brothers feud over a beauty whom they both have fallen in love with.
The film was designed as another vehicle for the immensely popular Gable/Turner pairing. Following their success in 1941's Honky Tonk, MGM was looking to capitalize on their new team as it had not seen a Gable pairing this successful since Joan Crawford and Jean Harlow in the 30's. Once filming began, Gable and Turner continued their friendly working relationship. Filming was suspended for one month when Gable's wife, Carole Lombard was killed in a plane crash. Gable was permitted leave from filming for his grief and the studio even went as far as to prepare to scrap the film. The film was retitled as Red Light...