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Eddie (Ronny Howard) sits his dad (Glenn Ford) down for a solemn talk during a summer-camp visit in Vincente Minnelli's The Courtship of Eddie's Father, 1963.
Teller Kelly (Lee Remick) takes a call from master criminal Red (Ross Martin), her threatened sister Tobi(Stefanie Powers) frolics at the pool and FBI-man Ripley (Glenn Ford) frets, in Blake Edwards' Experiment In Terror, 1962.
Jason Robards Jr. (as Drummond) returning after his card game to find wife (Virginia Gregg), daughter (Louise Glenn) and bridegroom (William Cort), in a tour-de-force scene from A Big Hand For The Little Lady, 1966.
Following the credits, Jodie Foster (as FBI trainee Clarice Starling, her Academy Award-winning role), summoned by behavioral sciences chief Crawford (Scott Glenn), in Jonathan Demme's The Silence Of The Lambs, 1991.
After the music-driven opening in which all learn of the death by suicide of a college friend, gathering for the funeral are Kevin Kline, Tom Berenger, Jeff Goldblum, Meg Tilly, Glenn Close, Mary Kay Place, Jobeth Williams, James Gillis the preacher, in Lawrence Kasdan's The Big Chill, 1983.
Members of an Argentinan family fight on opposite sides during WW II in Vincente Minnelli's The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (1962) starring Glenn Ford.
A young gun wants to make his name by shooting it out with the town marshal (Glenn Ford) in The Last Challenge (1967), here under its British title The Pistolero of Red River.
Glenn Ford must decide between his fiancee and a woman he meets at a convention in Dear Heart (1964).
Early in the astronaut selection process, the head nurse (Jane Dornacker) instructs the trainees (Dennis Quaid, Lance Henriksen, Scott Paulin, Fred Ward, Scott Glenn and last, Charles Frank and Ed Harris) in a lung capacity test, in Philip Kaufman's The Right Stuff, 1983.
Arising the morning after the funeral of their college friend, Jobeth Williams and Tom Berenger go shopping, Glenn Close and Mary Kay Place sort clothes, and William Hurt, as recreational drug enthusiast Nick, finds one of them new-fangled video cameras, in Lawrence Kasdan's The Big Chill, 1983.
Civil War rejects are sent to the West, supposedly out of harm's way in Advance To The Rear (1964) starring Glenn Ford and Stella Stevens.
Henry Fonda and Glenn Ford are two ne'er-do-well cowpokes looking for sex and easy money in the modern West in The Rounders (1965).
Long, tense sequence in which mannequin-painter Nancy Ashton (Patricia Huston) talks to FBI man Ripley (Glenn Ford) then fails to discover she's not alone in Blake Edwards' Experiment In Terror, 1962.
Intriguing fare as newly-ousted Mississippi sheriff Little (George Kennedy) and wife Julia (Lynn Carlin) try to laugh, then replacement Price (Jim Brown) at work with town drunk (Roy Glenn), in director Ralph Nelson's ...tick...tick...tick..., 1970.
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