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Henry Cass (1902–1989)

Henry Cass was born on June 24, 1902 in London, England. He was a director and writer, known for Last Holiday (1950), Blood of the Vampire (1958) and The Glass Mountain (1949). He was married to Joan Hopkins and Nancy Hornsby. He died in 1989. See full bio »

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(age 86)

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Known For

Last Holiday
Last Holiday Director
(1950)
Blood of the Vampire
(1958)
The Glass Mountain
(1949)
Young Wives' Tale
(1951)

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He directed the Last Night of the Shakespeare Season at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with scenes from "Hamlet," "Richard II," and "The Taming of the Shrew," with Maurice Evans, Dorothy Green, Abraham Sofaer, Leo Genn, Vivienne Bennett, Frank Napier, Cecil Trouncer, and Marius Goring in the cast. See more »

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British director of second feature comedies and occasional horror films in the 1940's, 50's and 60's. On stage as an actor from 1923, he also worked as a theatrical producer at the Old Vic and his first directing assignments were documentaries during World War II. See more »

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