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      Dennis Gassner

      Dennis Gassner

      Highest Rated: 93% Miller's Crossing (1990)

      Lowest Rated: 42% The Golden Compass (2007)

      Birthday: Oct 22, 1948

      Birthplace: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

      A student of architecture and the arts, Gassner was a successful linebacker in college football but turned down a try-out for the Los Angeles Rams in order to continue his studies in graphic design. After designing some record albums, Gassner moved into film work when an old art school friend, then one of Francis Ford Coppola's assistant directors on "Apocalypse Now" (1979), got him a job as production assistant on the film. Gassner worked at Coppola's Zoetrope Studios for several years after that on such features as "Hammett" (1982) and "One From the Heart" (1982, a film that Gassner claims required "six miles of neon"). Shortly thereafter he earned his first production designer credit for the harsh, stylized look of Coppola's "Rumble Fish" (1983).



      89% 88% 1917 Production Design $159.2M 2019
      88% 88% Blade Runner 2049 Production Design $91.5M 2017
      63% 61% Spectre Production Design $200.1M 2015
      71% 49% Into the Woods Production Design $128.0M 2014
      92% 86% Skyfall Production Design $304.4M 2012
      63% 58% Quantum of Solace Production Design $168.4M 2008
      42% 51% The Golden Compass Production Design $70.1M 2007
      60% 68% Jarhead Production Design $62.6M 2005
      81% 86% Road to Perdition Production Design $104.1M 2002
      81% 85% The Man Who Wasn't There Production Design $7.5M 2001
      78% 89% O Brother, Where Art Thou? Production Design $45.5M 2000
      60% 79% The Hudsucker Proxy Production Design $2.1M 1994
      84% 69% Bugsy Production Design $48.2M 1991
      89% 89% Barton Fink Production Design $5.7M 1991
      93% 90% Miller's Crossing Production Design $4.7M 1990
      68% 43% Earth Girls Are Easy Production Design $3.9M 1989