Friday, March 18, 2016

New Movie & TV Show Clips With Cambridge Glass

We have added seven new movie and TV show clips to our “Cambridge in Hollywood” video vault. This brings the total "Cambridge in Hollywood" video clips to 27 showing glassware made by the Cambridge Glass Company, Cambridge, Ohio.

The new clips include:

"Fort Apache" movie from 1948 starring John Wayne, Henry Fonda & Shirley Temple;
"My Favorite Wife" movie from 1940 starring Cary Grant & Irene Dunne;
"Swing Time" movie from 1936 starring Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers;
"Now, Voyager" movie from 1942 starring Betty Davis & Paul Henreid;
"Bachelor Mother" movie from 1939 starring Ginger Rogers & David Niven;
"The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle" movie from 1939 starring Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers;
"Happy Days - My Fair Fonzie" Television show, Season 5, Episode 10, from 1977 featuring
          Henry Winkler,  Ron Howard, Tom Bosley, Marion Ross and many others.

Don’t miss viewing the other 20 TV show and movie clips at: The clips can be viewed in full screen mode in most web browsers on your computer.

Keep your eyes open for more examples of Cambridge Glass in TV shows and movies. We know that it can be difficult to take your eyes off the main action on the screen but watch the backgrounds, particularly elegant room settings and restaurants. You never know when Cambridge Glass will appear. Studio prop departments must still have a supply of Cambridge Glass as it is still showing up in new shows and movies.

Please let us know if you notice Cambridge Glass in other movies or TV shows by sending an email to: Include as much information as you can including movie or TV show title, what you saw and a description of the scene. If it is a TV series, include the season number, episode number and episode title. The production or airing year is often helpful also. Some good movies have been remade multiple times. The database at is helpful in learning additional information. The more information you provide, the easier it will be for us to find the sighting of Cambridge Glass.