Clark Gable and Jean Harlow Posing with Wallace Beery

(Original Caption) Wallace Beery, Clark Gable and Jean Harlow share honors in China Seas, new Irving G. Thalberg production for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. The story deals with fierce loves, bitter hates and sinister intrigues and presents Gable as a hard-bitten young master of a liner on the most dangerous run in the world, the storm-and-pirate-infested southeast coast of Asia. Miss Harlow is a lady of the Oriental ports whose affections are claimed both by Gable and by Beery, who plays a China coast trader whose vocation masks his dangerous operations as the "brains" of a pirate band. The picture is directed by Tay Garnett.
(Original Caption) Wallace Beery, Clark Gable and Jean Harlow share honors in China Seas, new Irving G. Thalberg production for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. The story deals with fierce loves, bitter hates and sinister intrigues and presents Gable as a hard-bitten young master of a liner on the most dangerous run in the world, the storm-and-pirate-infested southeast coast of Asia. Miss Harlow is a lady of the Oriental ports whose affections are claimed both by Gable and by Beery, who plays a China coast trader whose vocation masks his dangerous operations as the "brains" of a pirate band. The picture is directed by Tay Garnett.
Clark Gable and Jean Harlow Posing with Wallace Beery
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