Glenn Langan, an actor of the 1940s and 1950s in such films as “A Wing and a Prayer” and “Forever Amber,” has died. He was 73.
Langan died Saturday at Pleasant Valley Hospital in Camarillo of cancer.
The tall, square-jawed native of Denver acted on radio and appeared in his first film, “The Return of Dr. X,” in 1939. He became increasingly popular during World War II, in such films as “Riding High” with Dorothy Lamour in 1943, and “Four Jills in a Jeep” and “A Wing and a Prayer” in 1944.
In 1949, Langan married actress Adele Jergens, his co-star that year in “The Treasure of Monte Cristo.”
In the 1950s, his films included “The Big Chase” and “The Amazing Colossal Man.” He last appeared in the movie “Mutiny in Outer Space” in 1965.