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Roger Dwyre

Roger Dwyre


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Birth Place: Profession: Editing ...


Editing (feature film)

And Hope to Die (1972) as Editing
A French criminal moves to Canada where he joins a gang who intend to kidnap a crimelord's mentally challenged daughter. When they do kidnap the girl she accidentally dies, but the group continue with their plan as nothing has gone wrong.
The Battle of Neretva (1971) as Supervising Film Editor
In January 1943 German army, afraid of Allied invasion of Balkans, launched great offensive against Yugoslav Partisans in Western Bosnia. The only way out for Partisan forces and thousands of refugees was the bridge on the river Neretva.
The Madwoman of Chaillot (1969) as Film Editor
An eccentric Parisian woman''s optimistic perception of life begins to sound more rational than the rather traditional beliefs of others.
Survival 1967 (1968) as Film Editor
Triple Cross (1967) as Film Editor
A safecracker turns double agent during WWII.
10:30 P.M. Summer (1966) as Film Editor
A female traveling companion seduces a married man and his alcoholic wife.
Lady L (1966) as Film Editor
A beautiful laundress rises through European society.
The Defector (1966) as Film Editor
A shady CIA agent recruits an American physicist to help a Russian scientist defect.
Topkapi (1964) as Film Editor
An international band of thieves plots to steal a priceless treasure from a heavily guarded museum.
Gigot (1962) as Film Editor
A mute janitor takes in a prostitute and her young daughter.
Crime Does Not Pay (1962) as Film Editor
Phaedra (1962) as Film Editor
A tycoon''s restless wife seduces her stepson.
The Big Gamble (1961) as Film Editor
Paris Blues (1961) as Film Editor
Two jazz musicians deal with romantic problems in Paris.
The Law (1960) as Supervising Editor
A cook turns to theft so she and her lover can marry.
Crack in the Mirror (1960) as Film Editor
Tre attori per sei ruoli : questo il meccanismo del film, un melodramma su due triangoli amorosi. Nel primo, il vecchio Hagalin รจ ucciso dalla cameriera, in compagnia del proprio amante. Nel secondo, l'avvocato Lamorciere scopre che la sua donna vorrebbe scappare con il giovane assistente di studio. Durante il processo contro i due amanti omicidi, l'avvocato riesce ad ottenere una condanna minore per loro.
Never on Sunday (1960) as Editor
An American scholar in Greece tries to reform a local prostitute.
Once More, With Feeling! (1960) as Assistant Editor
In order to seek a public divorce, a symphony conductor and his harpist wife must first be legally married.
Tamango (1959) as Editor
A Dutch slave captain, on a voyage to Cuba, faces a revolt fomented by a newly captured African slave, Tamango. The slaves capture the captain's mistress, forcing a showdown.
He Who Must Die (1957) as Editor
Greece, in the 1920's, is occupied by the Turks. The country is in turmoil with entire villages uprooted. The site of the movie is a Greek village that conducts a passion play each year. The leading citizens of the town, under the auspices of the Patriarch, choose those that will play the parts in the Passion. A stuttering shepherd is chosen to play Jesus. The town butcher (who wanted to be Jesus) is chosen as Judas. The town prostitute is chosen as Mary Magdalene. The rest of the disciples are also chosen. As the movie unfolds, the Passion Play becomes a reality. A group of villagers, uprooted by the war and impoverished, arrive at the village led by their priest. The wealthier citizens of the town want nothing with these people and manipulate a massacre. In the context of the 1920's each of the characters plays out their biblical role in actuality.
The Ambassador's Daughter (1956) as Film Editor
A diplomat's daughter in Paris turns a fact-finding mission into a non-stop party.
Heroes and Sinners (1955) as Editor
A group of whites, mostly French and German, living on the African Coast of Liberia involve themselves with a way of hedonistic living, involving diamond smuggling, sexual liaisons, and political discord.
Forbidden Games (1952) as Editor
During World War II, a refugee child creates a cemetery for animals.

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