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paula strobel (#46861829)
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Steve Mader
RE: Glenn,s grave
Judy,
I haven't been to Hollywood in a couple of years. But I have visited Glenn's crypt several times. He is by far my favorite actor. I have actually met his son Peter and been a guest in Glenn's home (where they live) in Beverly Hills.
Sorry to hear about having trouble getting your photos put on Glenn's site. Have you tried contacting them? Sometimes their technical software gets a little hung up or something goes screwy.
Always good to talk wit a fellow Glenn Ford fan. He is the best hands down.
Added by Steve Mader on Sep 04, 2013 9:59 AM
Steve Mader
Glenn's grave
Paula,
For such an outstanding man, his crypt shows the down to earth type of man he was as well. You do have to go through the main building front doors and then halfway along the main corrider, there's a stairway that goes down a floor. You could take the elevator, get off on the lower level. Take an immediate left. Then the first right and there you are!
From my experiences with the family, Glenn and his family are real, down to earth people. Glenn did not have a "big head" by any means though he was one of Hollywood's greatest stars. Like I said, real people.
Added by Steve Mader on Sep 03, 2008 11:05 AM
Steve Mader
Glenn,s grave
Paula,
I have had a chance to visit Glenn's grave the last two times I was out there. If you would like specific directions to Woodlawn Cemetery in Santa Monica, I can send them to you via email.
Glenn was/is still the greatest actor in my very impartial opinion. Every performance was an outstanding effort by Glenn. My favorite movie of Glenn's was not a western where he excelled. It is "Brotherhood of the Bell" a made for TV movie. Really powerfull!.
Let me know if I can be of any help to you.
Steve
Added by Steve Mader on Sep 02, 2008 11:08 AM
 

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