Granach died on March 14, 1945 in New York from a pulmonary embolism following an appendectomy . He was buried in Montefiore Cemetery in Springfield Gardens, Queens . Alexander Granach's autobiography, There Goes an Actor (1945) was republished in 2010 under the new title, From the Shtetl to the Stage: The Odyssey of a Wandering Actor (Transaction Publishers). His son, Gad Granach , lived in Jerusalem and wrote his own memoirs with many references to his father.
In addition to his long career in film archiving and curating, Jan-Christopher Horak has taught at universities around the world. His recent book, Saul Bass: Anatomy of Film Design (2014) was published by University Press of Kentucky.
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