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Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Editing ...
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1968:
Feature debut as editor, "Bye Bye Braverman", directed by Sidney Lumet
1969:
Cut Arthur Penn's "Alice's Restaurant"
1971:
Won Oscar for his work on "The French Connection", featuring stellar work particularly in the now-famous car chase sequences
1976:
TV-movie debut, "The Disappearance of Aimee" (NBC)
1979:
Received two Oscar nominations in the same year for his editing on Francis Ford Coppola's war epic "Apocalypse Now" and the more intimate family drama "Kramer vs. Kramer"
1980:
First collaboration with Brian DePalma, "Dressed to Kill"
1980:
Co-edited Michael Cimino's now legendary Western "Heaven's Gate"
1981:
Served as an editor on Warren Beatty's romantic epic "Reds"
1983:
Was editor of De Palma's remake of "Scarface"
1987:
Cut De Palma's "The Untouchables"
1990:
Was editor on Penny Marshall's "Awakenings"
1992:
Co-edited "School Ties"
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Worked at Columbia Pictures as an editing consultant
1996:
Reteamed with De Palma as one of the editors of "Mission: Impossible"
1998:
Co-edited "American History X"
2000:
Was editor of "Duets"

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