Glass Houses (1972) is an American independent film released by Columbia Pictures in 1972, although it was actually filmed in 1970. It is of interest in film history because of the credentials of its key personnel. Glass Houses was directed by Alexander Singer, notable for his work on the Star Trek series, Star Trek: The Next Generation. It was one of the earliest screen appearances of actress Jennifer O'Neill, best known for her role in Summer of '42 (1972). Glass Houses cinematography was by eminent cinematographer George J. Folsey, whose credits include films such as Meet Me In St. Louis (1944) and Seven Brides For Seven Brothers (1954). The score was composed by David Raksin, famous for his musical score in Laura (1944).
|Ann Summers||Victor's Wife|
|Clarke Gordon||The Novelist|
|T.J. Halligan||(as Tom J. Halligan)|
|Maurice Hill||(as Maury Hill)|
|Hollis Irving||(as Holly Irving)|