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Reginald Mills

Reginald Mills


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Director (feature film)

Editing (feature film)

Wuthering Heights (1970) as Film Editor
The Earnshaws are Yorkshire farmers during the early 19th Century. One day, Mr. Earnshaw returns from a trip to the city, bringing with him a ragged little boy called Heathcliff. Earnshaw's son, Hindley, resents the child, but Heathcliff becomes companion and soulmate to Hindley's sister, Catherine. After her parents die, Cathy and Heathcliff grow up wild and free on the Moors and despite the continued enmity between Hindley and Heathcliff they're happy-- until Cathy meets Edgar Linton, the son of a wealthy neighbor.
Ring of Bright Water (1969) as Film Editor
A pet-shop otter changes a man''''s life when he feels compelled to move it to the Scottish coast.
Romeo and Juliet (1968) as Film Editor
The age-old tragedy of teenage lovers caught in their families bitter hatred for one another.
Ulysses (1967) as Film Editor
Dublin; June 16, 1904. Stephen Dedalus, who fancies himself as a poet, embarks on a day of wandering about the city during which he finds friendship and a father figure in Leopold Bloom, a middle-aged Jew. Meanwhile, Bloom's day, illuminated by a funeral and an evening of drinking and revelry that stirs paternal feelings toward Stephen, ends with a rapprochement with Molly, his earthy wife.
These Are the Damned (1965) as Film Editor
Children bred to survive a nuclear holocaust escape from a top-secret military facility.
The Servant (1964) as Film Editor
A wily manservant takes over his dissolute master''''s estate.
King and Country (1964) as Film Editor
During World War I a British soldier, charged with desertion, is defended by an officer who at first despises his actions and then grows to feel sympathy for him.
The Concrete Jungle (1962) as Film Editor
Even behind bars, a convict refuses to tell his cohorts where he stashed the loot from a big job.
Chance Meeting (1959) as Editor
Dutch painter Jan-Van Rooyer (Hardy Kruger)hurries to keep a rendezvous with Jacquleine Cousteau (Micheline Presle), an elegant, sophisticated Frenchwoman, slightly his elder, whose relationship with him had turned from art student into one of love trysts. He arrives and is confronted by Detective Police Inspector Morgan (Stanley Baker)who accuses him of having murdered Jacqueline. Morgan listens sceptically to the dazed denials of Van-Rooyen as he tells the story of his relationship with the murdered woman. Morgan, after hearing the story, realizes that the mystery has deepened and it becomes more complicated when the Assistant Commissioner, Sir Brian Lewis (Robert Flemyng), explains that Jacqueline was not married but was being kept by Sir Howard Fenton , a high-ranking diplomat whose names must be kept out of the case.
WINDOM'S WAY (1958) as Editor
A doctor in Malaya fights disease, rebels and an ex-wife.
Pursuit of the Graf Spee (1957) as Editor
The British navy fights to trap a deadly German battleship during World War II.
The Spanish Gardener (1956) as Editor
The British consul in Spain resents his son's friendship with a gardener.
Oh... Rosalinda! (1955) as Editor
"Die Fledermaus" (The Bat) is the pseudonym adopted by Dr Falke. Floating on the buoyant waltzes of Strauss, this Viennese romp is sure to please. Disguises, tricks and every kind of deception combine to reveal a would-be cheat in hot pursuit of his own wife, much to his chagrin. Silly, charming, always entertaining, always fun. This is a film version of "Die Fledermaus" set in post-war Vienna with the main protagonists of Dr Falke represented by the 3 occupying powers. This is NOT just a film of a staged production but a truly filmic version of the operetta.
The Sleeping Tiger (1954) as Film Editor
A petty thief breaks into the home of a psychiatrist and gets caught in a web of a doctor who wishes to experiment on him and a doctor's wife who wishes to seduce him.
The Fighting Pimpernel (1954) as Editing
Where's Charley? (1952) as Film Editor
The Wild Heart (1952) as Film Editor
After entering a loveless marriage, a gypsy falls for another man.
The Tales of Hoffmann (1951) as Editor
A famous writer broods over his three lost loves.
Gone to Earth (1950)
Hazel Woodus is a beautiful but innocent country girl who loves all the creatures around her, especially her pet fox cub. She is given a rough time by her father but can escape to run barefoot through the woods when her harsh life gets too much for her. It is there that she is found by the local squire, Jack Reddin, finds her and is struck by her beauty. The obvious conflict develops when the squire leads the local hunt and tries to kill Hazel's pet fox. The title "Gone to Earth" is taken from the huntsmans cry when the target is no longer obtainable.
The Red Shoes (1948) as Editor
A young ballerina is torn between her art and her romance with a young composer.
Black Narcissus (1947) as Editor
Nuns founding a convent in the Himalayas are tormented by the area's exotic beauty.
A Matter of Life and Death (1947) as Editor
An injured aviator argues in celestial court for the chance to go on living.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

The Champ (1979) as Editor Consultant
A washed-up prizefighter fights to keep his son.

Editing (TV Mini-Series)

Jesus of Nazareth (Do Not Use) (1977) as Editor
A reverent and beautiful retelling of the biblical tale with an all-star cast, winning Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Drama (1977-78) and for James Farentino as Best Supporting Actor in a Drama. Subsequently expanded to eight hours over four nights.

Editing (short)

Sorcerer's Apprentice, The (1955) as Editor

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