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Angelo Ross

Angelo Ross


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Also Known As: Died: September 23, 1989
Born: Cause of Death: lung cancer
Birth Place: Profession: Editing ...


Editing (feature film)

Victims, The (1989) as Editor Supervisor
The AIDS crisis ravages the lives of an upwardly mobile heterosexual couple.
Masterblaster (1987) as Editor
Hammerhead Jones (1987) as Editor
Spring Break (1983) as Additional Editor
Four young men meet on the beaches of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and twist the beach party genre into a rollicking exposition of young Americans in the 1980s. Non-stop partying in and out of bars with a plot line that involves dirty politics and a dark tribute to the motorcycle maverick, Harvey Lembeck.
Funhouse, The (1981) as Editor
Although her father forbid it, teenage Amy goes to a carnival with her boyfriend Buzz, her best friend Liz, and her boyfriend, Richie. The two couples have a great time all day, then call their parents and lie so that they can spend the night in the funhouse. Then after they see one of the employees murder a woman, they try to get out, find that the funhouse is locked, and realize that they are in terrible danger.
Jaguar Lives! (1979) as Editor
Human Feelings (1978) as Editor
A pilot movie (complete with laugh-track) dealing with the day-to-day workings of God herself, here threatening to destroy Las Vegas if six righteous people cannot be found there in seven days, and it's up to an eager-to-please young angel, a frustrated clerk-typist in the heavenly music department,
Smokey And The Bandit (1977) as Editor
A maverick trucker tries to save a runaway bride and a shipment of contraband beer from a small-town sheriff.
Noah, The (1975)
Noah, the sole remaining survivor on our planet after a nuclear holocaust, finds himself unable to accept his unique predicament. To cope with his loneliness, he creates an imaginary companion, then a companion for his companion and finally an entire civilization--a world of illusion in which there
Salty (1973) as Editor
To All My Friends on Shore (1972) as Editor
Bill Cosby wrote, produced, scored and starred as an airport redcap whose single-minded dream to move his family out of the ghetto has cut him off from them, until faced with the shattering news that his only son has contacted sickle-cell anemia. Allan Sloane was awarded an Emmy for his teleplay ada
Who Killed Mary Whats'ername? (1971) as Editing
A prostitute is murdered on the streets of a tough, low-income neighborhood. A resident who knew her is appalled by the lack of interest shown in the case by the police or anybody else in the neighborhood, and decides to investigate the case himself.
Some of My Best Friends Are. . . (1971) as Editing
It's Christmas Eve 1971 in Manhattan's Greenwich Village and the regulars of the local gay bar "The Blue Jay" are celebrating. Not much has changed since Stonewall and its not all "Peace on Earth. Good Will to Men" but the times are a changin.
I Never Sang for My Father (1970) as Film Editor
When his mother dies, a grieving son is torn between his demanding father and his need to live his own life.
The Cross and the Switchblade (1970) as Film Editor
Who Killed Teddy Bear? (1965) as Film Editor
A busboy at a disco has sexual problems related to events in his childhood. He becomes obsessed with a disc jockey at the club, leading to obscene phone calls, voyeurism, trips to the porn shop and adult movie palace, and more! A police detective is similarly obsessed with sexual materials, leading him to become personally involved in the case.
Diary of a Bachelor (1964) as Film Editor
Mister Rock and Roll (1957) as Editing
Walk East on Beacon (1952) as Film Editor
A federal agent tries to track down the Communist spies behind a security leak.
The Whistle at Eaton Falls (1951) as Film Editor
Lost Boundaries (1949) as Film Editor
A black family tries to build a new life by passing as white.

Music (feature film)

4 Clowns (1970) as Music Supervisor
The "four clowns" of this Robert Youngson anthology are: Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, Charley Chase and Buster Keaton. There are examples of Laurel and Hardy's individual work prior to their teaming; samples of Chase's work, including his 1928 short, "Limousine Love"; and an abridged version of Keaton's 1925 feature, "Seven Chances."
The Further Perils of Laurel and Hardy (1967) as Music Supervisor
Cinerama Holiday (1955) as Music Editor

Sound (feature film)

Laurel and Hardy's Laughing 20's (1965) as Music ed
Compilation of classic slapstick scenes from the films of Laurel and Hardy.
Light Fantastic (1964) as Music ed
In this romantic drama, a plain, lonely secretary wins three dance lessons. Her handsome instructor tells her that she is quite talented and cons her into signing a long-term contract. She soon finds herself in love with him, and an affair begins. The normally cold-hearted instructor is surprised when he finds himself genuinely returning her affections. Trouble ensues when she dances with another instructor who gives her exactly the same sales pitch.
30 Years of Fun (1963) as Music ed
The Hustler (1961) as Music ed
A pool shark falls into the clutches of a crooked gambler.
Days of Thrills and Laughter (1961) as Ed supv of mus
The Hills of Ireland (1951) as Sound Editing

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