Gable made three pictures with Spencer Tracy, which boosted Tracy's career and permanently cemented them in the public mind as a team. San Francisco (1936), with Jeannette MacDonald, featured Tracy in an only 17-minute, but Oscar-nominated, role in which he played a Catholic priest who knocks Gable down in a boxing ring. Their next film together was Test Pilot with Myrna Loy, in which Gable plays a dashing test pilot, and Tracy is his admiring sidekick, another box office bonanza for the studio. For their final film, Boom Town, Tracy moves up a rung with a larger part than earlier, almost achieving parity with billing directly under Gable and above Claudette Colbert and Hedy Lamarr. The picture, a lavish epic about two oil wildcatters who become partners then rivals, was 1940's most financially successful release for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. They were off-screen friends and drinking buddies; Tracy was one of the few Hollywood industry luminaries that attended Lombard's private funeral.
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