Elmo Williams worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. Williams worked on a variety of projects during his early entertainment career, including "Forever and a Day" (1943) starring Anthony Collins, "Irene" (1940) and "Nocturne" (1946) starring George Raft. He also contributed to "Nurse Edith Cavell" with Anna Neagle (1939), "Sunny" (1941) starring Anna Neagle and "They Won't Believe Me" (1947). In the forties and the fifties, Williams devoted his time to various credits, such as "Bodyguard" (1948), "The Miracle of the Bells" with Fred MacMurray (1948) and "Follow Me Quietly" (1949). Williams won a Film Editing Academy Award for "High Noon" in 1952. Williams was nominated for a Film Editing Academy Award for "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea" in 1954. Williams last worked on "History Vs. Hollywood" (History, 2001-02). Williams passed away in October 2002 at the age of 89.
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First film job as cutter in England
Hired by RKO as an editor
Film directing debut with "The Tall Texan"
Named head of Fox's worldwide productions