Los Angeles Times
January 4, 2014
June 3, 1924 - January 2, 2014 Bernard Glasser is survived by four children and eight grandchildren. During WWII, he returned to Indiana State Teachers College and earned a teaching degree. He left Indiana and came to California and obtained a job as a schoolteacher at Beverly Hills High School. He then left Beverly Hills and obtained a job in the motion picture industry. During his career, he produced 13 films and one television series. Most notable of his productions was The Thin Red Line, Day Of The Triffids and Return Of The Fly. Two producers formed a company to produce Battle of the Bulge. Glasser was selected to be in charge of the production. After his motion picture career, he formed a real estate company. In 2012, Glasser was awarded the ISU Alumni Association Distinguished Alumni Award.
GLASSER, Bernard M.
Born: 6/3/1924, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.
Died: 1/2/2014, Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.
Bernard Glasser’s western – producer:
The Storm Rider - 1957