Still, her career beyond playing a fish out of water gravitated far more toward mainstream projects than it ever did genre entries, but I'll list a few below that I feel deserve mention 'round these parts.
- In 1962, she found top billing status for her work in The Cabinet Of Caligari, a Horror/Thriller stemming from Robert L. Lippert Productions and Associated Producers (API).
- In 1964, the MouseHouse gave her some screen toward aboard their engaging Mary Poppins Musical/Fantasy.
- In 1967, she enjoyed a four-episode run about the Camp/Comedy "classic" Batman for 20th Century Fox Television.
- In 1973, she played a role aboard The Vault Of Horror, an anthology picture from Amicus Productions.
- In 1987, Science Fiction beckoned her talented heart. She again found top billing for the day with a role in Nukie, the tale of a young alien searching Earth for his brother.
- Lastly, in 1988, John provided the voice to a character aboard an animated production of Scooby-Doo And The Ghoul School for Hanna-Barbera Productions.
As I always say, none of us gets to last forever, but thankfully her work on screens big and small will endure so that generations can continue to discover what a presence she leaves behind.
Our warmest prayers and extended to the family, friends, and fans of Glynis Johns.
May she forever rest in peace.