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Glenn Jordan

Director, Actor

Picture Of Dorian GrayPicture Of Dorian Gray (1973)
Dir. Glenn Jordan
Feat. Shane Briant, Nigel Davenport
Capable TV version of Oscar Wilde's classic novel in which young Dorian (Shane Briant) cashes in his soul, in a deal whereby his painted portrait…
FrankensteinFrankenstein (1973)
Dir. Glenn Jordan
Feat. Robert Foxworth, Susan Strasberg, Bo Svenson
Little–known TV dramatisation of the Mary Shelley classic is perhaps the most faithful of all versions in concentrating mostly on the monster's…
Les MiserablesLes Miserables (1978)
Dir. Glenn Jordan
Feat. Anthony Perkins, Richard Jordan, John Gielgud
Well–regarded adaptation of Hugo's seminal novel. Perkins excels as the obsessive Javert, and director Jordan does an admirable job compressing…
Echoes In The Darkness (TV Mini-series)Echoes In The Darkness (TV Mini-series) (1987)
Dir. Glenn Jordan
Feat. Peter Coyote, Stockard Channing, Robert Loggia
The true life murder of Pennsylvanian woman Susan Reinert and her two children in the 1970s gets a successful treatment in this taut…
Sarah, Plain and TallSarah, Plain and Tall (Winter's End; Skylark) (1991-1999)
Dir. Glenn Jordan
Feat. Glenn Close, Christopher Walken
A beloved made–for–TV adaptation of Patricia MacLachlan's famous children's novel. A widowed farmer places an ad for a wife, with a…
Barbarians at the GateBarbarians at the Gate (1993)
Dir. Glenn Jordan
Feat. James Garner, Jonathan Pryce, Peter Riegert
James Garner, Jonathan Pryce and Peter Riegert engage in power–plays and an outrageous take–over bidding war for cigarette giant,…
My Brother's KeeperMy Brother's Keeper (1995)
Dir. Glenn Jordan
Feat. John Lithgow
Courageous true story of twin–brother teachers, one of whom required a precarious bone marrow transplant from the other to keep his HIV from…
Streetcar Named Desire, A (TV mini-series)Streetcar Named Desire, A (TV mini-series) (1995)
Dir. Glenn Jordan
Feat. Alec Baldwin, Jessica Lange, John Goodman
Telemovie version of Tennesse Williams riveting play that plays it truer to the original script than the Brando version. The cast also do a good job…

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