Gallant Journey (1946)

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This historical drama is a biopic of the U.S. aviation pioneer John J. Montgomery who was the first American to fly a glider in 1883.

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  • Glenn Ford and Janet Blair in Gallant Journey (1946)
  • Glenn Ford and Janet Blair in Gallant Journey (1946)
  • Glenn Ford and Janet Blair in Gallant Journey (1946)
  • Glenn Ford and Janet Blair in Gallant Journey (1946)
  • Glenn Ford and William A. Wellman in Gallant Journey (1946)
  • Glenn Ford in Gallant Journey (1946)

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Director:

William A. Wellman

Writers:

Byron Morgan, William A. Wellman

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31 August 2006 | heritagehall
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| Glenn Ford Continues to Soar....
I viewed this picture many years ago and acquired a crush on - was it Glenn Ford or John Montgomery? Don't know..... he played the role so well. With Glenn Ford's passing yesterday, that was the first picture that emerged from my recollections, other than Stolen Life, in which he held his own so well with Bette Davis. It is, indeed, unfortunate that Hollywood did not fully tap the dramatic abilities of this fine actor. His comedic ability was evident in Pocketful of Miracles, which could have opened a whole new genre for him had it been further utilized in his career. As for Gallant Journey, it is an inspiring film of early aviation and of the caliber so well suited to family viewing.

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