The New York Times January 12, 1957 Screen: Sad Psychosis; ‘Written on the Wind’ Opens at Capitol. By BOSLEY CROWTHER THOSE Texas millionaires whose sad psychoses are subject for frequent literary concern come in for another harsh inspection in Universal’s “Written on the Wind.” At least one of them does…
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A bereaved Clark Gable looks on as Irene Dunne christens the ship with Louis B. Mayer looking on, the date commemorated the second anniversary of Carole Lombard’s record breaking bond drive for WWII.
Lombard’s last film was in post when her plane went down – which explains the slightly elegiac tone of the ad.