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GildaGilda (1946) Recommended
Dir. Charles Vidor
Feat. Rita Hayworth, Glenn Ford, George Macready
Rita Hayworth defines the femme fatale for Hollywood in this sassy love–triangle musical set in Latin America. Glenn Ford and George Macready…
Loves of Carmen, The (1948)
Dir. Charles Vidor
Feat. Rita Hayworth, Glenn Ford
Famous Spanish fable with Rita Hayworth making a fine sultry, conniving Gypsy whose love for a respectable corporal leads to murder. No music, though.
Man from Colorado, TheMan from Colorado, The (1949)
Dir. Henry Levin
Feat. Glenn Ford, William Holden, Ellen Drew
Gritty technicolor psycho–drama set during the American Civil War starring Glenn Ford as a Union officer who becomes addicted to killing.
Big Heat, TheBig Heat, The (1953) Recommended
Dir. Fritz Lang
Feat. Glenn Ford, Lee Marvin, Gloria Grahame
Pugnacious cop Glenn Ford turns up the heat on civic corruption in this iconic film–noir from dir. Lang's 50s period. When a detective's…
Plunder of the SunPlunder of the Sun (1953)
Dir. John Farrow
Feat. Glenn Ford, Diana Lynn, Patricia Medina
Insurance investigator Ford, in possession of a mysterious package, is embroiled in a high stakes treasure hunt in Mexico. Ancient, exotic locations…
Man from the Alamo, The (1953)
Dir. Budd Boetticher
Feat. Glenn Ford, Julie Adams, Chill Wills
Glenn Ford stars in a sprawling but nuanced Western from the legendary Budd Boetticher that hurtles from the battle of the Alamo to a gripping wagon…
Violent Men, TheViolent Men, The (1955)
Dir. Rudolph Mate
Feat. Barbara Stanwyck, Glenn Ford, Edward G. Robinson
Barbara Stanwyck, Glenn Ford and Edward G. Robinson transform a standard conflict of the land into a notable diversion.
Blackboard Jungle, TheBlackboard Jungle, The (1955)
Dir. Richard Brooks
Feat. Glenn Ford, Sidney Poitier, Vic Morrow
Famously controversial on release and first of the 'Rock–n–roll' films, this lifted the lid on the heated youth tensions in 50s America.…
Fastest Gun Alive, TheFastest Gun Alive, The (1956)
Dir. Russell Rouse
Feat. Glenn Ford, Broderick Crawford, Jeanne Crain
Modest–scale Western with Ford playing a reformed gunfighter who is not allowed to leave his past behind.
Teahouse of the August Moon, TheTeahouse of the August Moon, The (1956)
Dir. Daniel Mann
Feat. Marlon Brando, Glenn Ford, Machiko Kyo
Dated culture clash comedy with Glenn Ford as an American GI charged with teaching democracy to the inhabitants of a small Japanese…

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