Glenn Ford – Photos and Quotes

Glenn Ford

“It really doesn’t matter whether it’s the villain or the hero. Sometimes the villain is the most colorful. But I prefer a part where you don’t know what he is until the end.”Glenn Ford

 

Glenn Ford and Evelyn Keyes in 1943. (Bizarre Los Angeles)

With Evelyn Keyes in 1943.

 

Glenn Ford Taffy Comic Book

Ford making a guest appearance in a 1947 comic book “Taffy.”

 

Glenn Ford plays cards with co-star Janis Carter while making the noir thriller "Framed" in 1947. Bizarre Los Angeles

Playing cards with co-star Janis Carter while making the noir thriller Framed in 1947.

 

Rita Hayworth and Glenn Ford in "The Loves of Carmen" (1948) Bizarre Los Angeles

The Loves of Carmen (1948). With Rita Hayworth.

Glenn Ford

“Locations are a problem. We used to be able to go out to Calabasas or Northridge in the San Fernando Valley and shoot Westerns. Now those places are full of subdivisions and you can’t get a long-shot without television aerials.”Glenn Ford in 1957

 

On March 18, 1966, Glenn Ford, 49, and Kathryn Hays, 31, apply for a marriage license in a Los Angeles courthouse. They were married on March 27 in Beverly Hills. The couple divorced in 1969. (Bizarre Los Angeles)

On March 18, 1966, Glenn Ford, 49, and Kathryn Hays, 31, apply for a marriage license in a Los Angeles courthouse. They were married on March 27 in Beverly Hills. The couple divorced in 1969.

 

Glenn Ford painting

Artist: M. Fred Sepia. Year: 1970s. Oil. 36 x 24 inches. The painting was possibly painted by a fan who gifted it to him.

 

 

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