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Also Known As: Reginald Le Borg Died: March 25, 1989
Born: December 11, 1902 Cause of Death: heart attack
Birth Place: Austria Profession: director, screenwriter, producer, playwright, extra, banker, broker

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Film editor Chris Lebenzon earned recognition in Hollywood for helming the cutting table on such action blockbusters as "Top Gun" and "Crimson Tide." Lebenzon, a native of Redwood City, California, graduated from Stanford University before entering the movie business in the mid '70s. While his career began, modestly, on low-budget thrillers for filmmaker Larry Cohen, Lebenzon received his big break when he was asked to cut director Tony Scott's hit 1986 action-romance "Top Gun." Nominated for an Academy Award for his work on the film, Lebenzon went on to cut further box office triumphs, including "Days of Thunder" (1990), "Batman Returns" (1992), and "Crimson Tide," for which he was once again nominated for an Oscar. Lebenzon has cultivated close working relationships with some of Hollywood's biggest directors and producers, most notably Michael Bay, Jerry Bruckheimer, and Tim Burton, and some of his most acclaimed work was on the latter's visually stunning fantasy-adventures "Corpse Bride" (2005) and "Alice in Wonderland" (2010).

Film editor Chris Lebenzon earned recognition in Hollywood for helming the cutting table on such action blockbusters as "Top Gun" and "Crimson Tide." Lebenzon, a native of Redwood City, California, graduated from Stanford University before entering the movie business in the mid '70s. While his career began, modestly, on low-budget thrillers for filmmaker Larry Cohen, Lebenzon received his big break when he was asked to cut director Tony Scott's hit 1986 action-romance "Top Gun." Nominated for an Academy Award for his work on the film, Lebenzon went on to cut further box office triumphs, including "Days of Thunder" (1990), "Batman Returns" (1992), and "Crimson Tide," for which he was once again nominated for an Oscar. Lebenzon has cultivated close working relationships with some of Hollywood's biggest directors and producers, most notably Michael Bay, Jerry Bruckheimer, and Tim Burton, and some of his most acclaimed work was on the latter's visually stunning fantasy-adventures "Corpse Bride" (2005) and "Alice in Wonderland" (2010).

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DIRECTOR:

1.
  The Eyes of Annie Jones (1964) Director
2.
  Diary of a Madman (1963) Director
3.
  Deadly Duo (1962) Director
4.
  Flight That Disappeared (1961) Director
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  War Drums (1957) Director
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  The Dalton Girls (1957) Director
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  Voodoo Island (1957) Director
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  The Black Sleep (1956) Director
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  The White Orchid (1954) Director
10.
  Bad Blonde (1953) Director

CAST: (feature film)

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 New Wine (1941) Symphony conductor
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 One Night of Love (1934) Opera director
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Education

University of Vienna: -
Sorbonne, University of Paris: -
Columbia University: New York , New York -

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