Jodie Foster behind a computer wearing simple plastic glasses.
|81||Second Woman, The||1950||drama; mystery; romance||James V. Kern||
Morris Carnovsky as the medical Dr. Raymond Hartley wears glasses and is seen wiping them with a white handkerchief.
|82||In a Lonely Place||1950||drama||Nicholas Ray||
The character Mel Lippman is Dixon Steele's amiable manager and long time friend. This character wears horn-rimmed glasses with a more or less straight top but at the same time with round lenses. Also, it's the type of eyewear with earpieces that are thicker than the temples. This can be seen when Lippman temporarily takes off his glasses.
At one moment Lippman's glasses get knocked off by Steele who afterwards tries to make up with him asking if his glasses were broken.
|83||Girl in Every Port, A||1952||comedy||Chester Erskine||
Groucho Marx wears his trade mark glasses as Benjamin Franklin 'Benny' Linn.
|84||Kid Monk Baroni||1952||drama||Harold D. Schuster||
- unidentified actor (Elderly man who says: "Why don't you get wise and become a pro?")
|85||How to Marry a Millionaire||1953||comedy||Jean Negulesco||
A nearsighted Marilyn Monroe learns that glasses don't put off millionaire marriage candidates. After the play 'Loco, the Greeks had a word for it.'
|86||Boulanger de Valorgue, Le||1953||comedy||Henri Verneuil||
Georges Chamarat wears round, metal rimmed glasses. His character - monsieur Aussel - is the village's postmaster and the title character's main antagonist.
|87||Ennemi Public No 1, L'||1953||comedy; crime||Henri Verneuil||
Fernandel as the nearsighted main character Joe Calvet.
|88||Trouble with Harry, The||1955||comedy||Alfred Hitchcock||
Dwight Marfield as Dr. Greenbow.
|89||The Harder They Fall||1956||drama||Mark Robson||
Edward Andrews wears horn rimmed glasses in the small supporting role of Jim Weyerhause - a boxing manager.
|90||En effeuillant la marguerite||1956||comedy||Marc Allégret||
- Brigitte Bardot (2b verified) in a black frame as Agnès Dumont.
|91||Mädchen mit schwachem Gedächtnis||1956||comedy||Géza von Cziffra||
German comedian Heinz Erhardt as Albert.
|92||Sweet Smell of Success||1957||drama||Alexander Mackendrick||
Burt Lancaster wears browline glasses as the evil newspaper columnist J.J. Hunsecker in this film-noir.
|93||Quatermass 2||1957||horror; sf||Val Guest||
Tom Chatto in horn rimmed glasses as Vinnie Broadhead.
|94||20 Million Miles to Earth||1957||
- Darlene Fields in black acetate cat eye glasses as Miss Reynolds, a journalist of United Press.
- Tito Vuolo in round steel rims as Commissario Charra.
|95||Witwer mit 5 Töchtern||1957||comedy, musical||Erich Engels||
Haven't seen this one but the stills make it clear.
Movie title translates as "Widower with 5 daughters".
|96||I Bury the Living||1958||horror||Albert Band||
Herbert Anderson as Jess Jessup.
|97||Crawling Eye, The||1958||horror; sf||Quentin Lawrence||
Forrest Tucker as Alan Brooks in black plastic glasses while reading his newspaper in the train.
Barbara Bel Geddes as Marjorie 'Midge' Wood.
|99||Vater, Mutter und neun Kinder||1958||comedy||Erich Engels||
Heinz Erhardt as good citizen, father of nine and baker.
|100||Fly, The||1958||sf; horror; drama||Kurt Neumann||
Patricia Owens as Helene Delambre (around the 52nd minute). She is seen wearing glasses with fashionable temples and earpieces in a rear shot. As her house maid complains that her husband hasn't touched his food, Helene Delambre puts her magazine on the coffee table, folds her glasses and puts them on top of the magazine. The viewer is never shown the front piece of the glasses.