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  1. Josephine Dillon (January 26, 1884 [1] [2] – November 11, 1971) was an American stage and film actress and acting teacher. She was Clark Gable 's patron, acting coach and first wife. Early years and education. Born in Denver, Colorado, Dillon was one of six children of Judge Henry Clay Dillon.

  2. 6. Sept. 2018 · Josephine Dillon, best known as Clark Gable’s first wife, lived out her final days at Rockhaven Sanitarium in Montrose. Despite her label as Gable’s first wife, Dillon, who grew up in Los...

  3. 14. Nov. 2010 · Er ändert seinen Nachnamen vom unpopulären deutschen "Goebel" in "Gable" und heiratet die 17 Jahre ältere Theatermanagerin Josephine Dillon, die ihm in Hollywood die Tüten öffnete. Clark ...

  4. 12. Nov. 1971 · LOS ANGELES, Nov. 11 (AP) —Josephine Dillon, the first of five wives of Clark Gable, the late screen actor, died here today in a sanitarium at the age of 87. Miss Dillon, who was an actress and...

  5. 13. Juni 2021 · Seine ersten beiden Ehefrauen waren um die 15 Jahre älter, die zweite eine reiche texanische Witwe (Scheidung: 1939), die erste – Josephine Dillon, die er 1924 heiratete und zeitlebens schätzte – trainierte ihn als Schauspieler und managte ihn.

  6. Before Clark. The Dillon family moved to Long Beach, California in 1889 and then to Los Angeles in 1906. Josephine (called “Joe” by her family) was a dedicated student and graduated from Stanford University in 1908, one of the few women to be admitted at that time, let alone graduate. She decided she wanted to be an actress and had a few ...

  7. Josephine Dillon was born on 26 January 1884 in Colorado, USA. She was an actress, known for The Lady and the Monster (1944). She was married to Clark Gable. She died on 10 November 1971 in Verdugo, California, USA.