Born on May 1, 1916
From Sainte-Christine, Quebec, Canada
Glenn Ford as "Dave the Dude"
Beggar Apple Annie (Bette Davis) learns that her daughter, escorted by an aristocratic suitor, plans to visit. It's great news -- except that she has tricked her daughter into believing she is a wealthy socialite. Fearing her true identity will disappoint, Annie petitions a superstitious mobster (Glenn Ford), who thinks the apples she sells are lucky, for help. Hesitant at first, the mafioso is persuaded by his girlfriend (Hope Lange) to disguise Annie, if only long enough to fool her daughter.
|Golden Globe (1961)||Won||Best Performance By an Actor in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical|
Glenn Ford as "Lt. J.G. Max Siegel"
Madison Avenue-trained Navy men (Glenn Ford, Fred Clark) handle public relations on a South Pacific island during World War II.
|Golden Globe (1957)||Nominated||Best Performance By an Actor in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical|
Glenn Ford as "Capt. Fisby"
In the months immediately after the end of World War II, the U.S. Army has occupied the island of Okinawa, Japan, and is trying to Westernize the local population. Hapless Captain Fisby (Glenn Ford) wants to do good by creating a social club and schoolhouse, but the villagers would rather have a teahouse, complete with geishas. The situation looks like a standoff, until the wily, philosophical interpreter Sakima (Marlon Brando) offers his services as a go-between.
|Golden Globe (1956)||Nominated||Best Performance By an Actor in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical|