Pat Boone began his career in the music industry. One of the biggest recording stars in the U.S, he appeared in the musical ‘Bernadine’ in 1957. The film became a record hit. He starred in the remake of ‘Home in Indiana,’ - ‘April Love’ which became the fourth most popular movie of 1957.
In 1958, he appeared in ‘Mardi Gras,’ a less popular musical comedy. But he followed this with a science fiction adventure tale ‘Journey to The Centre of The Earth,’ which proved a huge hit.
He starred and produced the documentary ‘Salute to The Teenagers,’ and also appeared in the military comedy ‘All Hands on Deck,’ which was a moderate hit. In 1962, he appeared in ‘State Fair,’ another remake which bombed at the box-office.
Some of his other notable film credits also include ‘The Cross and The Switchblade,’ ‘God’s Not Dead 2,’ ‘The Horror of It All,’ ‘Never Put It In Writing,’ ‘The Main Attraction,’ and more.