Michael Corday The White Tower 1950 as Martin Ordway Convicted 1950 as Joe Hufford The Flying Missile 1950 as Cmdr. Ok Glenn Ford has 110 acting credits…we only list 58 movies…. I wondered about it myself. I am a great cat person myself and Bardot is of course a great animal lover and in fact runs an animal sanctuary Anyway thanks for sharing these remarkable photos with us other viewers. The Teahouse of the August Moon 1956 as Capt.
Need to know which Glenn Ford movie got the best reviews from critics and audiences and which got the worst reviews? Well you have come to the right place…. Bradley Rage 1966 as Doc Reuben A Time for Killing 1967 as Maj. Virus 1980 as President Richardson Happy Birthday to Me 1981 as Dr. Want to know the best Glenn Ford movies? For more on this please visit our page. Ford was a star the rest of his life.
He co-starred with Rita Hayworth in Gilda in 1947. However I have to single out for extra special praise i 3. Bob, thanks for the generous rating, review, info, trivia and comparison, always appreciated. Soft Touch 1949 as Joe Miracle The Doctor and the Girl 1949 as Dr. His parents owned a paper mill and his father was the nephew of the former prime minister of Canada, Sir John Macdonald.
The music, by George Dunning, is well matched to the visuals and contains a theme song sung by Frankie Laine, as was the custom in those days. Many interesting angles not usually seen in westerns, here. Voted up and included on our Glenn page. Not a great Western … but a great cast keeps it interesting. During my research…I found the book, Glenn Ford A Life by his son, Peter, very useful….
He became a naturalized citizen of the United States in 1939. Peter Lyncort The Man from the Alamo 1953 as John Stroud Plunder of the Sun 1953 as Al Colby The Big Heat 1953 as Det. Gummo was the 2nd youngest Marx Brother. Ads are provided by Google Adsense. So I have seen 14 of the 50….
I look forward to your next presentation. Rank the movies anyway you want. Also surprisingly The Work Horse gives it a 70% rating and 1950s lead Brit film critic Margaret Hinxman award it 4 stars and a special seal of merit, her highest rating for a movie and given only to exceptional ones in her opinion. Ford is all the more impressive because he mainly played standard heroes. Tom Wolcott The Last Challenge 1967 as Marshal Dan Blaine Day of the Evil Gun 1968 as Lorne Warfield Smith! At times, he worked as a roofer and installer of plate-glass windows.
Was taught horsemanship by Will Rogers. But instead of focusing on the faceless evil of the coming bandits, as High Noon did, 3:10 has a continuous byplay between the ingratiating bandit and the upright cattleman. Van Heflin as rancher Dan Evans and Glenn Ford as outlaw Ben Wade both give exceptional, multi-layered performances, among the best of their careers, with Ford going particularly against type and displaying that he was one of the more underrated actors of his generation. The photography and lighting, by Charles Lawton, Jr. Ford's strong portrayal of an idealistic high school teacher in 1955's Blackboard Jungle made the film a huge success; it earned four Oscar nominations. Three Glenn Ford movies scored 10 out of 10 from my sources — Gilda, Superman and Yuma. Finally: Just want to take a minute to acknowledge a very awesome book on Glenn Ford.
Based on the novel Smoky Valley by Donald Hamilton. You seemed to like that nickname. T elevision shows, shorts, and movies not released in North America were not included in the rankings. The main reason is that we generally stay away from Columbia Pictures performers. The Teahouse of the August Moon 1956 as Capt. Glenn Ford was married 4 times.
Michael Corday The White Tower 1950 as Martin Ordway Convicted 1950 as Joe Hufford The Flying Missile 1950 as Cmdr. Ford was married and divorced four times. Mumbles a couple of years ago. Will people ever get bored of them? This is a comedy western starring Glenn Ford and Penny Singleton of Blondie and the Jetsons fame. Gummo Marx helped get Glenn Ford his first Columbia movie contract. He was a major box-office draw from the 1940s through the 1960s. Bradley Rage 1966 as Doc Reuben A Time for Killing 1967 as Maj.
Gwyllyn Samuel Newton Ford was born in Quebec, Canada in 1916. The supporting cast is well chosen and professional. Have to watch it again. He was a movie star. Dave Bannion Appointment in Honduras 1953 as Steve Corbett City Story 1954 short as Narrator Human Desire 1954 as Jeff Warren The Americano 1955 as Sam Dent The Violent Men 1955 as John Parrish Blackboard Jungle 1955 as Richard Dadier Interrupted Melody 1955 as Dr. Ironically I might have been the one that started you off with the nicknames when I casually referred to Brando as Mr. Jared Heath Fate Is the Hunter 1964 as Sam C.