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Max Glass (1881–1965)

Max Glass was born in Oriental Galicia, in what was then the Austro-Hungarian Empire, now Poland. Max, the youngest of 5 children, arrived as a young boy in Vienna with his parents, Hersh Mendel, a Talmud scholar and jeweler, and his mother Rachel - known as Rosa Wachsmann, whose parents were from Krakow. He obtained in 1905 a Ph.D degree in ... See full bio »


(age 84) in Paris, France

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Known For

Le chemin de Damas
Die Firma heiratet
Love in the Ring


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 1952 Le chemin de Damas (screenplay) / (story)
 1951 Coq en pâte (as E. Raymond)
 1951 Epouse ma veuve (Short) (as E. Reymond)
 1950 Tête blonde (adaptation - as E. Raymond) / (dialogue - as E. Raymond) / (scenario - as E. Raymond)
 1939 Entente cordiale (scenario) / (co-screenwriter)
 1938 Rasputin (dialogue)
 1928 Unfug der Liebe (writer)
 1928 Leontines Ehemänner (writer)
 1928 Königin Luise, 2. Teil (manuscript)
 1927 Heimweh
 1927 Bigamie
 1927 Svengali
 1927 Liebeshandel
 1926 Der Seekadett
 1926 Wien - Berlin
 1926 Junges Blut
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E. Raymond | E. Reymond

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