Henry Cass

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Henry Cass
Born 24 June 1902
England, United Kingdom
Died 1989

Henry Cass (24 June 1902 - 1989) was a British film director, particularly prolific in the horror and comedy genres.

In 1923, Lee DeForest filmed Cass for a short film Henry Cass Demonstration Film made in DeForest's Phonofilm sound-on-film process. The film was previewed at the Engineers Society of New York on 12 April 1923, and premiered at the Rivoli Theatre in New York on 15 April 1923 with 17 other short Phonofilms.

He was married to the actress Joan Hopkins.

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