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Birth Place: Profession: Editing ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Editing (feature film)

1.
Mission Galactica: The Cylon Attack (1990) as Editor
With an attack by Cylon robots imminent, Battlestar Galactica is stranded in space with no fuel. And the two commanders on the ship have opposing ideas on how to defeat the robots.
2.
Short Walk to Daylight (1972) as Editor
Eight terrified people, trapped in a New York subway tunnel when a devastating earthquake levels the city, desperately try to find a way out.
3.
Birdmen, The (1971) as Editor
A group of allied POWs held by the Germans plot an unusual breakout from an impregnable medieval castle. They plan to escape by glider and soar into Switzerland. Subsequently titled: "Escape of the Birdmen."
4.
Raid on Rommel (1971) as Film Editor
Captain Foster plans on raiding German-occupied Tobruk with hand- picked commandos, but a mixup leaves him with a medical unit led by a Quaker conscientious objector. Despite all odds they succeed with their mission. On the way they pick up and drug the mistress of an Italian general, blow up the entire fuel supply for the Afrika Korps, and swap philatelic gossip with Field Marshal Erwin Rommel.
5.
A Man Called Gannon (1969) as Film Editor
6.
Nobody's Perfect (1968) as Film Editor
This military service comedy chronicles the misadventures of the U.S.S. Bustard in Japan. The crew has stolen a Buddha statue from a Japanese village, which if discovered missing would threaten Japanese/American relations. Doc Willoughby is the ship's petty officer, whose antics are constantly getting him into trouble with his captain. On shore leave, Willoughby falls for a seemingly demure Japanese girl in a kimono shop, who actually turns out to be a Japanese/American nurse in the US Navy, Lt. Tomiko Momoyama. However, it turns out she was betrothed as a child to a traditional Japanese man named Toshi, who fully intends on enforcing tradition. Willoughby divides his time between trying to return the Buddha statue back to the Japanese village it rightfully belongs to, and trying to woo Tomiko from the traditional Japanese man she rightfully belongs to.
7.
A Lovely Way To Die (1968) as Film Editor
A police detective quits the force after charges of brutality, gets a job protecting a woman accused of murder, falls in love with her, and then ends up proving she was set up.
8.
Gunfight in Abilene (1967) as Film Editor
Fighting in the Civil War a man accidently kills his friend. Returning to Abilene after the war he finds his former sweetheart about to marry the brother of the man he killed. To pay his debt he not only refuses to win her back but takes the job of Sheriff, a job he doesn't want, when the brother asks him. Still haunted by the killing he refuses to carry a gun. But there is trouble between the ranchers and the farmers and when he finds the brother murdered he straps on a gun and heads after the killer.
9.
The Ride to Hangman's Tree (1967) as Film Editor
10.
The Sword of Ali Baba (1965) as Film Editor
11.
The Raiders (1964) as Film Editor
12.
The Story of Mankind (1957) as Film Editor
Satan and the spirit of mankind contend for the future of humanity.
13.
The Animal World (1956) as Film Editor
14.
Dangerous Mission (1954) as Film Editor
A woman flees westward after witnessing a mob killing.
15.
Devil's Canyon (1953) as Film Editor
A U.S. Marshal is unjustly convicted and sent to a notorious Arizona prison.

Writer (special)

16.
Real Kids (1981) as Writer
A children's version of "Real People" that spotlights the usual and unusual abilities of children.

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