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Gaston Glass in his New Car

Gaston Glass in his New Car | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society
French-born silent film actor Gaston Glass at the wheel of a touring car with a spare tire mounted on the running board. Glass later became an assistant director and was a production manager for the television shows <i>12 O'Clock High, Lost in Space, Batman,</i> and <i>Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea.</i>  Original title: "Gaston Glass and his new car, photographed at the Mayer Studio while the hero of <i>Humoresque</i> was working in John M. Stahl's <i>The Song of Life,</i> soon to be released."

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French-born silent film actor Gaston Glass at the wheel of a touring car with a spare tire mounted on the running board. Glass later became an assistant director and was a production manager for the television shows 12 O'Clock High, Lost in Space, Batman, and Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea. Original title: "Gaston Glass and his new car, photographed at the Mayer Studio while the hero of Humoresque was working in John M. Stahl's The Song of Life, soon to be released."
RECORD DETAILS
Image ID:71582
Creation Date: 1922
Creator Name:Unknown
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Collection Name:WCFTR Subject File
Genre:Photograph
Original Format Type:photographic print, b&w
Original Format Number:SF AUTOMOBILES E-L
Original Dimensions:9.25 x 7.5 inches
SUBJECTS
Actors
Silent films
Automobiles
RIGHTS AND PERMISSIONS
This image is issued by the Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research. For further information, contact WCFTR. Use of the image requires written permission from the staff of the Center. It may not be sold or redistributed, copied for resale or distribution as a photoprint, used as agency stock, or used in any other enterprise. The image should not be significantly altered through conventional or electronic means. Images altered beyond standard cropping and resizing require further negotiation with a staff member. The user is responsible for all issues of copyright. Please Credit: Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research
Reference Details
Location:Wisconsin Historical Society Archives, 4th Floor, Madison, Wisconsin

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