Glen Glenn Sound
Glen Glenn Sound was an audio post production company.
The company was co-founded by Glen R. Glenn and Harry Eckles (sound recordist) in 1937 and provided creative audio services to the television and film industry for five decades.
The Glen Glenn Sound company services have since been used on over 20,000 movies and television series.
The company was acquired by audio post production company Todd-AO in 1986.
Movies and TV shows mixed at Glen Glenn
- The Lucy Show
- The Dick Van Dyke Show (CBS, 1961–1966)
- Get Smart (CBS, 1969)
- Mission Impossible (CBS, 1966)
- Star Trek (NBC, 1966–1969)
- Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
- The Andy Griffith Show
- Here’s Lucy (CBS, 1968–1974)
- The Legend of Lizzie Borden (ABC, 1975)
- The Brady Bunch (ABC, 1969–1974)
- Doogie Howser, M.D. (ABC, 1989–1993)
- Barney Miller
- Happy Days
- Laverne and Shirley
- Mork and Mindy
- Little House on the Prairie
- Cheers (1983–1986, NBC)
- Muppet Babies (CBS, 1984)
- Greatest American Hero
- Heaven Can Wait
- Days of Heaven
- Raise the Titanic
- The Untouchables
- Perry Mason Returns (1985, NBC)
- The Jack Benny Show