Sandy Glass was an American writer.
Born in New York City, Glass started his career there as a theatrical agent.
Glass’s most notable work was on the 1980 Disney family film The Last Flight Of Noah’s Ark, which starred Elliott Gould, Genevieve Bujold, Ricky Schroder and Vincent Gardenia. The film depicted a plane carrying various animals forced to make a landing on a deserted island.
Glass also wrote for the comedy series Phyllis and The Nancy Walker Show, as well as The Magical World of Disney. He also wrote for the Festival of Family Classics TV series, adapting children’s staples Alice in Wonderland and Puss-n-Boots.
Glass died March 19, 2019, in West Hollywood, California. He was 90.