In addition to his own radio series, Ford also appeared in episodes of several other radio anthologies in the 1940s and 1950s, including "Suspense," "The Lux Radio Theatre," and "Cavalcade of America."
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Glenn & Cynthia | Gwyllyn Ford | Commander Glenn Ford USNR
5' 11" (1.8 m)
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"Let's never forget that to remain free we must always be strong. That's an important lesson I learned in my Navy career in World War II. National defense must be the top priority for our country. If you are strong, you are safe. Now is the time for every American to be proud. This is the land of the free and the home of the brave. If we are not brave, we will not be free." (2004)
After having been a member of the Coast Guard Auxiliary for a year, he joined the Marine Corps during WWII in December of 1942, and subsequently met first wife, tap-dancing extraordinaire Eleanor Powell
, at a war-bond cavalcade. They married in 1943.