“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
With Evelyn Keyes in 1943.
Ford making a guest appearance in a 1947 comic book “Taffy.”
The Loves of Carmen (1948). With Rita Hayworth.
“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
Artist: M. Fred Sepia. Year: 1970s. Oil. 36 x 24 inches. The painting was possibly painted by a fan who gifted it to him.