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  1. Glenn Ford - Wikipedia

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    Gwyllyn Samuel Newton "Glenn" Ford (May 1, 1916 – August 30, 2006) was a Canadian-American actor best known for playing ordinary men in unusual circumstances. Ford was most prominent during Hollywood's Golden Age as one of the biggest box-office draws of the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s, who had a career that lasted more than 50 years.

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    • Border Shootout (1990) - Glenn Ford
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    • The Flying Missile (1950) - Glenn Ford
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  2. Glenn Ford - IMDb

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    Glenn Ford, Actor: Gilda. Legendary actor Glenn Ford was born Gwyllyn Samuel Newton Ford in Sainte-Christine-d'Auvergne, Quebec, Canada, to Hannah Wood (Mitchell) and Newton Ford, a railroad executive. His family moved to Santa Monica, California when he was eight years old. His acting career began with plays at high school, followed by acting in West Coast, a traveling ...

  3. Glenn Ford - Biography - IMDb

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    Legendary actor Glenn Ford was born Gwyllyn Samuel Newton Ford in Sainte-Christine-d'Auvergne, Quebec, Canada, to Hannah Wood (Mitchell) and Newton Ford, a railroad executive. His family moved to Santa Monica, California when he was eight years old.

  4. Glenn Ford Biography - Facts, Childhood, Family Life ...

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    Glenn Ford was born as Gwyllyn Samuel Newton Ford on 1st May 1916 in Sainte-Christine-d'Auvergne, Quebec, in Canada. His mother’s name was Hannah Wood and his father’s name was Newton Ford. He was distantly related to Sir John A Macdonald, Canada’s first Prime Minister, as well as Martin Van Buren, who was the eighth President of the ...

  5. Glenn Ford | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    Gwyllyn Samuel Newton Ford was born on May 1, 1916 in Sainte-Christine-d'Auvergne, Quebec, the son of Hannah Wood (née Mitchell) and Newton Ford, an engineer with the Canadian Pacific Railway. Through his father, Ford was a great-nephew of Canada's first Prime Minister, Sir John A. Macdonald, and also related to U.S. President Martin Van Buren. In 1922, when Ford was 6, the family moved first to Venice and then to Santa Monica, California; Newton became a motorman for the Venice Electric Tram...

    Ford acted in West Coast stage companies before joining Columbia Pictures in 1939. His stage name came from his father's hometown of Glenford, Alberta. His first major movie part was in the 1939 film, Heaven with a Barbed Wire Fence. Top Hollywood director John Cromwell was impressed enough with his work to borrow him from Columbia for the independently produced drama, So Ends Our Night (1941), where Ford delivered a poignant portrayal of a 19-year-old German exile on the run in Nazi-occupied...

    Ford's first wife was actress and dancer Eleanor Powell (1943–1959), with whom he had his only child, actor Peter Ford (born 1945). The couple appeared together on screen just once, in a short film produced in the 1950s entitled Have Faith in Our Children. When they married, Powell was more famous than Ford. Ford dated Christiane Schmidtmer during the mid-1960s, but subsequently married actress Kathryn Hays (1966–1969); Cynthia Hayward (1977–1984), and Jeanne Baus (1993–1994). All four marria...

    Ford suffered a series of minor strokes which left him in frail health in the years leading up to his death. He died in his Beverly Hills home on August 30, 2006, at the age of 90.

    After being nominated in 1957 and 1958, in 1962, Ford won a Golden Globe Award as Best Actor for his performance in Frank Capra's Pocketful of Miracles.Ford was listed in Quigley's Annual List of Top Ten Box Office Champions in 1956, 1958 and 1959, topping the list at number one in 1958.In 1958 Ford won the Golden Laurel Award for Top Male Comedy Performance for his role in Don't Go Near the Water.For his contribution to the motion picture industry, Ford has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fa...

    For several years the Quigley Publishing Company's Poll of Film Exhibitors ranked Ford as one of the most popular stars in the US: 1. 1955 - 12th most popular 2. 1956 - 5th most popular 3. 1957 - 16th most popular 4. 1958 - 1st most popular (also 7th most popular in the UK) 5. 1959 - 6th most popular 6. 1960 - 12th most popular 7. 1961 - 15th most popular 8. 1962 - 21st most popular

    1. Glenn Ford at the Internet Movie Database 2. G at the TCM Movie Database 3. Glenn Ford at the Internet Broadway Database 4. Official website 5. Official family-sanctioned website for fans to send condolences 6. Photographs and literature 7. Co-stars remember Glenn Ford at 100 Omaha World-Herald, May, 2016 8. Glenn Ford at Find a Grave 9. Photos of Glenn Ford from \\"Gilda\\" and other 1940's films by Ned Scott

  6. Glenn Ford Obituary | Glenn Ford Funeral | Legacy.com

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    Glenn Ford Obituary Visit Guest Book BEVERLY HILLS, California (AP) - Actor Glenn Ford, who played strong, thoughtful protagonists in films such as "The Blackboard Jungle," "Gilda" and "The Big ...

  7. Glenn Ford List of Movies and TV Shows - TV Guide

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    Glenn Ford. Birth Name: Gwyllyn Samuel Newton Ford. Birth Place: Quebec, Canada. Profession Actor. Actor 154 Credits. Border Shootout. Ghosts of the Sky. Our Hollywood Education. Punch and Jody ...

  8. Actor Glenn Ford Dead At Age 90 - CBS News

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    Aug 31, 2006 · Actor Glenn Ford Dead At Age 90 August 31, 2006 / 12:56 AM / CBS/AP Actor Glenn Ford, who played strong, thoughtful protagonists in films such as "The Blackboard Jungle," "Gilda" and "The Big Heat ...

  9. The long-awaited, authorized biography coming in 2006!The fascinating Glenn Ford story has been overlooked by the publishing industry for years. But now, Peter Ford, the star's only child, has teamed with seasoned Hollywood author Christopher Nickens to write Glenn Ford: A Life to be published in 2006.

  10. Glenn Ford’s racy story told by his son - Easy Reader News

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    Now Ford, the only child of 1950s superstar Glenn Ford, has invented a third sub-genre: Daddy drank way too much and cheated constantly on my beloved mother but was a great actor and did the best he could given his incredible journey from a no-luxuries upbringing in Santa Monica to a no-limits life as a Hollywood superstar.

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