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One of the most versatile men of the studio era with well over 100 films to his credit, Glenn Ford most definitely had a particular talent for crime movies - playing both sides of the law! As an actor, Mr. Ford's had a knack for projecting a certain depth and complexity of character combining affability with resoluteness, gentleness with inner strength. Critics consistently gave Glenn's performances high ratings. In "The Lady in Question" (1940) Ford is an innocent taken in by the charm's of Rita Hayworth. Ford plays an intriguing role as Pierre, son of a jurist who is instrumental in acquitting an accused murderess (Hayworth) Pierre is quite stricken by Natalie (Hayworth), yet has some doubts about her innocence. In "Framed" (1947) Ford plays Mike Lambert, unemployed mining engineer who arrives in a small town where, after meeting the seductive Paula (Janis Carter) at the La Paloma Cafe, he finds himself in trouble with the law. Paula pays his fine and finds him a room, but her motives are not what they seem. Ford ultimately becomes a willing participant in his own demise at the hands of this femme fatale. "The Undercover Man" (1949) has Glenn as Treasury Department agent Frank Warren taking on the case of a mob leader who has evaded paying taxes on his ill gotten gains. Ford and his partner find themselves in a Chicago where their titles carry little weight as the syndicate's ruthlessness strikes witnesses dumb and blind in broad daylight. Mr. Soft Touch (1949) has Glenn as Joe Miracle, a returning WWII war hero coming home to learn that gangster Barney Teener (Roman Bohnen) has murdered his partner, taken over his nightclub and stolen 100k. In "Convicted" (1950) Glenn plays 'Joe' a convict pardoned by warden Broderick Crawford who, knowing Joe should not have been convicted, makes him a Trustee. Joe falls in love with the warden's daughter, but becomes involved in a prison escape. More great film noir from Columbia Studios.

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