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Also Known As: W. Hornbeck Died: October 11, 1983
Born: August 23, 1901 Cause of Death: cancer
Birth Place: Los Angeles, California, USA Profession: editor, executive, lab assistant, lieutenant colonel

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One of Hollywood's most distinguished editors. Hornbeck began his career with Mack Sennett, worked as head editor for Alexander Korda in England, became part of Frank Capra's Army Signal Corps documentary unit and went on to earn an Academy Award for "A Place in the Sun" (1951).

One of Hollywood's most distinguished editors. Hornbeck began his career with Mack Sennett, worked as head editor for Alexander Korda in England, became part of Frank Capra's Army Signal Corps documentary unit and went on to earn an Academy Award for "A Place in the Sun" (1951).

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Began career as lab assistant at Keystone aged 15
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Became supervising editor of Mack Sennett comedies
1934:
Moved to England
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Began editing Alexander Korda productions
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Returned to US during WWII; joined Army
1960:
Became Universal executive
1966:
Appointed vice president
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