Red Dust

Victor Fleming (director)
John Mahin (screenwriter)
Wilson Collison (play)
Clark Gable, Jean Harlow, Mary Astor (starring)

N.p. N.p., Circa 1932. Vintage double-weight reference photograph from the 1932 pre-Code film, showing director Victor Fleming and a camera crew watching as actors Clark Gable and Jean Harlow film an intimate scene.

Based on the 1928 play by Wilson Collison, about a love triangle on a rubber plantation in French Indochina. The film was the second of six films Gable and Harlow made together, following "The Secret Six" in 1931. Basis for the 1953 John Ford film "Mogambo," starring Gable and Ava Gardner.

Set in French Indochina.

10 x 8 inches. Near Fine, with two short closed tears at the top edge, repaired with paper tape on the verso.

National Film Registry.

[Book #156217]