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The Green Glove

1952

Glen Ford plays Michael Blake a WWII veteran who retuns to France to find a mysterious Green Glove he had discoverd during the early days of Normandy invasion.


The Green Glove (aka The White Road) is a 1952 French/American international co-production film noir directed by Rudolph Maté and starring Glenn Ford, Geraldine Brooks (actress), Sir Cedric Hardwicke and George Macready.<>.</>

Plot

Mike Blake (Glenn Ford) is an American paratrooper who travels to France after the end of World War II to try to recover a jewel-encrusted glove that had been stolen from a country church during the war. His quest leads him to a beautiful young tour guide (Geraldine Brooks), and a Nazi collaborator (George Macready) whom he had fought during the war.

Cast

  • Glenn Ford as Michael 'Mike' Blake
  • Geraldine Brooks (actress) as Christine 'Chris' Kenneth
  • Sir Cedric Hardwicke as Father Goron
  • George Macready as Count Paul Rona
  • Gaby André as Gaby Saunders
  • Jany Holt as The Countess
  • Roger Tréville as Police Insp. Faubert
  • Georges Tabet as Jacques Piotet
  • Meg Lemonnier as Madame Piotet
  • Paul Bonifas as Inspector
  • Jean Bretonnière as Singer

Background

The movie was shot mostly on location in southern France and Monaco.

See also

  • List of films in the public domain in the United States



  • Category:1952 films
    Category:1950s drama films
    Category:American drama films
    Category:English-language films
    Category:Film noir
    Category:Films shot in Monaco
    Category:Films shot in France
    Category:Films set in France
    Category:French drama films
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