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Russell Gleason

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The son of actors James and Lucille Gleason, Russell Gleason started his own career as a juvenile in several of his parents' stage productions. Russell made the transition to films in 1929's The Sophomore; the following year, he scored a personal and critical success as Private Muller in the Oscar-winning All Quiet on the Western Front. His subsequent screen assignments included the role of perennial boyfriend Herbert Thompson in 20th Century-Fox's "Jones Family" series, and Republic's "Higgins Family" outings, in which he co-starred with his mother and father. Russell Gleason was 37 years old when he died in an accidental fall from a hotel window; his widow was radio and screen actress Cynthia Lindsay, who in 1975 wrote Dear Boris, an affectionate memoir of the Gleason family's close friend Boris Karloff.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet On Thin Ice
  • Sammy
2003
No Score Yet Meet the People
  • Bill
1944
No Score Yet Lost Angel
  • Reporter
1943
No Score Yet Fingers at the Window
  • Ogilvie
1942
No Score Yet Undercover Agent
  • Bill Trent
1939
No Score Yet Having Wonderful Time
  • Camp Waiter
1938
No Score Yet Borrowing Trouble
  • Herbert Thompson
1937
No Score Yet Fury Below
  • Jim Cole III
1936
No Score Yet Condemned to Live
  • David
1935
No Score Yet I Can't Escape
  • Tom Martin
1934
No Score Yet Laugh and Get Rich
  • Larry
1931
100% All Quiet on the Western Front
  • Muller
1930
No Score Yet Officer O'Brien
  • Johnny Dale
1930
No Score Yet Seven Faces
  • Georges Dufeyel
1929
No Score Yet Flying Fool
  • Jimmy Taylor
1929

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