Gaston Glass (1899–1965)

Production Manager | Actor | Assistant Director



Photos

  • Gustav von Seyffertitz, Gaston Glass, and Nina Quartero in The Red Mark (1928)
  • Marlene Dietrich and Gaston Glass in Desire (1936)
  • Gaston Glass and Shirley Mason in The Wife's Relations (1928)
  • Virginia Brown Faire, Gaston Glass, Philo McCullough, Muro the Dog, and Arab the Horse in Untamed Justice (1929)
  • Gaston Glass, Shirley Mason, and Ben Turpin in The Wife's Relations (1928)
  • Sidney D'Albrook, Gaston Glass, Richard Lapan, Shirley Mason, Arthur Rankin, Alfred Testa, and George B. Williams in Little Miss Smiles (1922)

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Filmography


All Filmography

Awards

2 wins.

Did You Know

Trivia

Father of film composer Paul Glass.


Star Sign

Capricorn

Personal Details

Born

Gaston-Jacques Glass

Paris, France

Died

(age 65)
Santa Monica, California, USA


Height:

5' 10½" (1.79 m)

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