“The Green Glove” is a 1952 adventure film directed by Rudolph Maté and starring Glenn Ford and Geraldine Brooks. The film follows the story of a World War II veteran named Michael Blake, who becomes embroiled in a dangerous treasure hunt in post-war France.
Blake (played by Ford) is searching for a legendary glove made of emeralds, which is said to have been hidden during the war. His search leads him to a small town in France, where he meets a mysterious woman named Christelle (played by Brooks) who claims to have knowledge of the glove’s whereabouts.
As Blake and Christelle embark on their quest, they encounter a variety of dangerous characters, including a band of thieves who are also searching for the glove. Along the way, they are pursued by the police, who suspect them of being involved in a recent robbery.
As the plot thickens, Blake and Christelle must use all their wits and resources to outsmart their enemies and uncover the truth about the glove’s location. The film builds to a thrilling climax as the characters race to find the treasure before it falls into the wrong hands.
“The Green Glove” is a suspenseful and exciting adventure film that features stunning French locations and a talented cast. Ford is charismatic as the film’s hero, and Brooks brings a touch of mystery and intrigue to her role. The film’s fast-paced action and intricate plot twists make it a must-see for fans of classic adventure movies.
Glenn Ford, Geraldine Brooks, Cedric Hardwicke