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Everett Glass rose to fame as an actor, gracing the silver screen many times over the course of his Hollywood career. Glass's career in acting began with his roles in various films like "Act of Violence" (1948), the Jeanne Crain drama "Pinky" (1949) and "Father Makes Good" (1950). He also appeared in the comedy "Mother Didn't Tell Me" (1950) with Dorothy McGuire, the musical comedy "The Petty Girl" (1950) with Robert Cummings and the comedy "Too Young to Kiss" (1951) with June Allyson. His film career continued throughout the fifties in productions like "Inferno" (1953), "Demetrius and the Gladiators" (1954) and "Trial" (1955). He also appeared in the Milton Rice sci-fi feature "World Without End" (1955), the Gary Cooper drama "Friendly Persuasion" (1956) and the Kevin McCarthy horror movie "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" (1956). In the latter part of his career, he tackled roles in the drama "The Harder They Fall" (1956) with Humphrey Bogart, "Pal Joey" (1957) with Rita Hayworth and the western "Gunman's Walk" (1958) with Van Heflin. He also appeared in the dramatic adaptation "A Summer Place" (1959) with Richard Egan and the Burt Lancaster dramatic adaptation "Elmer Gantry" ...

Everett Glass rose to fame as an actor, gracing the silver screen many times over the course of his Hollywood career. Glass's career in acting began with his roles in various films like "Act of Violence" (1948), the Jeanne Crain drama "Pinky" (1949) and "Father Makes Good" (1950). He also appeared in the comedy "Mother Didn't Tell Me" (1950) with Dorothy McGuire, the musical comedy "The Petty Girl" (1950) with Robert Cummings and the comedy "Too Young to Kiss" (1951) with June Allyson. His film career continued throughout the fifties in productions like "Inferno" (1953), "Demetrius and the Gladiators" (1954) and "Trial" (1955). He also appeared in the Milton Rice sci-fi feature "World Without End" (1955), the Gary Cooper drama "Friendly Persuasion" (1956) and the Kevin McCarthy horror movie "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" (1956). In the latter part of his career, he tackled roles in the drama "The Harder They Fall" (1956) with Humphrey Bogart, "Pal Joey" (1957) with Rita Hayworth and the western "Gunman's Walk" (1958) with Van Heflin. He also appeared in the dramatic adaptation "A Summer Place" (1959) with Richard Egan and the Burt Lancaster dramatic adaptation "Elmer Gantry" (1960). He also worked in television during these years, including a part on "The Twilight Zone" (CBS, 1959-1964). Glass last acted in "The Marriage-Go-Round" (1960) with Susan Hayward. Glass passed away in March 1966 at the age of 75.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Elmer Gantry (1960) Rev. Brown
2.
 The Marriage-Go-Round (1960) Professor
3.
 A Summer Place (1959) Dean
4.
 Gunman's Walk (1958) Rev. Arthur Stotheby
5.
 The Quiet Gun (1957) Judge
6.
 Pal Joey (1957) Pet store owner
7.
 The Harder They Fall (1956) Minister
8.
 World Without End (1956) Timmek
9.
 Friendly Persuasion (1956) Elder
10.
 Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956) Dr. Pursey
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