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Paul Borofsky

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Editing (feature film)

Stop! Look! and Laugh! (1960) as Film ed various segments
Ventriloquist Paul Winchell tells his dummies the world''''s history, as interpreted by The Three Stooges.
The Rawhide Trail (1958) as Film Editor
Jess Brady (Rex Reason) and Rupe Pardee (Richard Erdman) are in jail in Gunsight, Texas, blamed for leading a wagon train into a Comanche ambush, and about to be hanged. They protest their innocence and claim that the Indians want to kill them also. The Comanches attack the jail in an effort to capture the prisoners, but are driven off the soldiers of the garrison led by the Captain (Rusty Lane). Expecting another attack, the Captain and a small detail of men move the prisoners out of town in a wagon, but they are under constant surveillance by the Comanches. The detail arrives at a way station the same time as a stage coach carrying Marsha Collins (Nancy Gates), and her fiancee, Farley Durand (Robert Knapp), a government supply officer. All are trapped in the station which is under constant attack by the Indians. Brady and Durand resume a personal battle that dates back to the Civil War when they served together. The wounded Captain decides to gamble on Brady and Pardee, their expierence being the only hope for an escape. In the escape battle, it is revealed that Durand was responisble for the attack on the wagon train, and not Brady and Pardee.
Don't Knock the Rock (1957) as Film Editor
A disc jockey fights prejudice against rock ''''n'''' roll and the kids who dance to it.
The Night the World Exploded (1957) as Film Editor
A seismologist discovers a new element that could destroy the world.
Laramie Mountains (1952) as Film Editor
Markham and his men have found gold on the Indian reservation and are trying to get rid of them by starting an Indian war. Dressed as Indians they are attacking the soldiers. Steve Holden is the Indian agent sent to prevent a war. After finding proof that white men posing as Indians were responsible, he is able to locate the gang's hideout but quickly becomes a prisoner slated to be killed.
Smoky Canyon (1952) as Film Editor
The Hawk of Wild River (1952) as Film Editor
The Rough, Tough West (1952) as Film Editor
The Kid from Broken Gun (1952) as Editing
A postal inspector pretends to be an outlaw to smoke out lawbreakers.
Montana Territory (1952) as Film Editor
(Wes ''52). Lon McCallister, Wanda Hendrix, Preston Foster, Hugh Sanders, Jack Elam, Clayton Moore, Myron Headley, & George Chesebro as Weasel. A young deputy sheriff takes action when he learns that the marshall is using his badge as a license to commit murder.
Junction City (1952) as Film Editor
Whirlwind (1951) as Film Editor
Big Jim Lassiter is trying to put together a western crime syndicate, but postal inspector Gene, with the help of agent Burnette (posing as a horse doctor), are out to stop him.
Bonanza Town (1951) as Film Editor
Using marked bills, Steve is looking for the supposedly dead Henry Hardison. Coming to Bonanza Town he gets a job with the town boss Crag Bozeman and gets paid with marked bills. He suspects Hardison is Boseman's boss and he is right as Hardison and his men are now planning to get rid of both him and the Durango kid.
Prairie Roundup (1951) as Film Editor
Cyclone Fury (1951) as Film Editor
Ridin' the Outlaw Trail (1951) as Editing
Fort Savage Raiders (1951) as Editing
The Kid from Amarillo (1951) as Editing
A treasury agent investigates smugglers operating along the Mexican border.
Snake River Desperadoes (1951) as Film Editor
Pecos River (1951) as Film Editor
Trail of the Rustlers (1950) as Film Editor
A cowboy helps a beautiful woman protect her family''''s ranch from land grabbers.
Texas Dynamo (1950) as Film Editor
Hoedown (1950) as Film Editor
Cowboy movie star Stoney Rhodes (Jock Mahoney as Jock O'Mahoney) has made one western film and thinks he is on a personal appearance tour paid for by the studio, but he and his film were so bad that the studio, unknown to Stoney, has cancelled his contract, and his mother has mortgaged her home to supply the funds necessary for the tour and expenses of Stoney and his agent. (Stoney is shown in front of two theatres where Columbia, missing no bets, has displays of one-sheet posters from "Strawberry Roan" with Gene Autry and "The Undercover Man" with Glenn Ford.) Reporter Vera Wright (Jeff Donnell), following him to get a story of a failure, informs Stoney that he is a never-was has-been, and they find themselves stranded in the hometown of Eddy Arnold, where Eddy's film "cousin" Carolina Cotton (Carolina Cotton) quickly takes a shine to the shy and clumsy Stoney. Eddy sees a print of Stoney's film in which the character is singing "I Can't Shake the Sands of Texas From My Shoes" and is impressed and telephones his agent Sam Baker (Fred Sears) to come there quickly and sign Stoney to a contract, especially since he sounds like Gene Autry. Meanwhile, some bank robbers and gangsters get involved and have their eyes on the proceeds from a charity fund-raiser Eddy is doing. When the agent shows up to sign Stoney to a recording contract because "you sound like Gene Autry", Stoney says that is because it was Gene Autry doing the singing in the film. The film is somewhat of an inside joke built around ace stuntman Mahoney, in that his Stoney role is the opposite of his real-life abilities, and most of the males in the cast, Big Boy Williams, Douglas Fowley, Don Harvey and Charles Sullivan, takes turns beating him up and knocking him out...when he isn't falling out of hay lofts or involved in accidents. But a kiss from Carolina makes a new man out of him and the gangsters are rounded up in a one-man blitz, and Stoney ends up with eight studios bidding for his services. Eddy performs most of his best-selling hits of the day, with the exception of "Cattle Call", the vastly-underrated Carolina Cotton (as a performer and actress with a personality) yodels up a storm, and this overall turns out to be a pretty fair little sleeper, especially in regards to films where Hollywood takes a poke at itself.And probably unknown to those who go around compiling such lists.
Frontier Outpost (1950) as Film Editor
Outcast of Black Mesa (1950) as Film Editor
Lightning Guns (1950) as Film Editor
Streets of Ghost Town (1950) as Film Editor
Steve, Smiley, and the Sheriff come to a ghost town looking for missing gold. In flashback, Steve tells the story of Bill Donner who doublecrossed his partners to get the gold. Donner, now blind and in jail, refuses to tell where the gold is hidden.
Across the Badlands (1950) as Film Editor
Steve Ranson (Charles Starrett), an ex-Texas Ranger, is called upon by Gregory Banion (Charles Evans), manager of the Trans-Western Railroad, to solve a series of mysterious attacks on the railroad's surveying parties along the Ranahan Trail, Jeff Carson (Hugh Prosser), owner of the stage line which will lose business when the railroad is completed, is the primary suspect. Steve, as the Durango Kid, foils an attempt on Carson's life and believes him when he says he is not responsible for the raids. They join forces and, with the aid of town gunsmith Smiley (Smiley Burnette), they uncover the real outlaw leader.
Raiders of Tomahawk Creek (1950) as Film Editor
Quick on the Trigger (1949) as Film Editor
Challenge of the Range (1949) as Film Editor
Renegades of the Sage (1949) as Film Editor
The Blazing Trail (1949) as Film Editor
Feudin' Rhythm (1949) as Film Editor
Horsemen of the Sierras (1949) as Film Editor
Desert Vigilante (1949) as Film Editor
Home in San Antone (1949) as Film Editor
Laramie (1949) as Film Editor
A major Indian uprising is expected and Wyoming military posts are alerted. Colonel Dennison (Fred Sears) is meeting with Chief Eagle (Shooting Star) and his son Running Wolf (Jay Silverheels) when Chief Eagle is mysteriously shot. Steve Holden (Charles Starrett), an agent for the government peace commission, with the aid of a wandering shoemaker, Smiley (Smiley Burnette), discover the troubles and the Chief's murder have been instigated by Cronin (Bob Wilke), the regimental scout, for personal gain for he and his gang of outlaws.
South of Death Valley (1949) as Film Editor
Bandits of El Dorado (1949) as Film Editor
Wanted outlaws have mysteriously disappeared. Ranger Captain Henley and Steve have a plan to find them. Steve becomes a wanted man by faking the killing of Henley. Not only is he now in trouble as both the Rangers and the Mexican Rurales are after him, but Smiley knows him and may expose his masquerade to the bad guys.
El Dorado Pass (1948) as Film Editor
The Arkansas Swing (1948) as Film Editor
Whirlwind Raiders (1948) as Film Editor
Trail to Laredo (1948) as Film Editor
Singin' Spurs (1948) as Film Editor
Phantom Valley (1948) as Film Editor
Smoky Mountain Melody (1948) as Film Editor
Range minstrel Roy Acuff (Roy Acuff) takes over the county-wide Corby Ranch which, under the terms of the owner's will, must be operated by Roy for 90 days, and at the end of that time, family friend Doc Moffit (Harry "Pappy" Cheshire), must decide whether to turn over the ranch to Roy or the rough Corby boys, Roy's cousins Bruce "Kid" Corby (Russell Arms) and Joab (Jason Robards.) Corby foreman "Saddle Grease" (Guinn "Big Boy" Williams) tries to run Roy off the place, but eases off when Roy saves his life during a wild drive with a truckful of dynamite. Roy opens the range to migratory workers, discovers new water wells, tears down electric fences, cures ailing cattle, plays his fiddle, and treats the neighbors and kids with barbecues and and barn dances, where he plays his fiddle some more. Kid Corby gives Roy a beating, but is so ashamed of himself that he helps Roy from then on. Joab, working with a crooked lawyer, rigs a scheme to destroy Roy's reputation. The frame-up fails, but Roy returns the ranch to the now-reformed brothers and takes to the road again with his Smoky Mountain Boys.
Riders of the Lone Star (1947) as Film Editor
An outlaw gang is trying to stop the reopening of a mine as they look for the money left there by the famous outlaw Dusty Morton. After a ten year absence, Morton has apparently reappeared and Steve arrives looking for him. He finds his son who also wonders if his father is still alive. With the gang soon after him, the Durango Kid goes into action and Steve tries to learn who the real Dusty Morgan is.
The Lone Hand Texan (1947) as Film Editor
South of the Chisholm Trail (1947) as Film Editor
Smoky River Serenade (1947) as Film Editor
Rose of Santa Rosa (1947) as Film Editor
Angry because his father, Don Manuel Ortega (Fortunio Bonanova), had arranged a marriage with a girl he has never met, Dolores de Garfias (Patricia Barry as Patricia White), Ramon Ortega (Eduardo Noreiga), despite the threat of being disinherited, becomes an entertainer at a local night club. His father uses his influence and has the club closed. Ramon goes to Santa Rosa and helps a beautiful senorita, Rose, open her new night club, and falls in love with her. When his father arrives, Ramon learns that "his" Rose is the Dolores his father wanted him to marry in the first place.
West of Dodge City (1947) as Film Editor
Buckaroo from Powder River (1947) as Film Editor
Last Days of Boot Hill (1947) as Film Editor
Prairie Raiders (1947) as Film Editor
Swing the Western Way (1947) as Film Editor
Gunning for Vengeance (1946) as Film Editor
A town''''s new Marshall takes on badmen as the masked Durango Kid.
Two-Fisted Stranger (1946) as Film Editor
The Durango Kid takes over as Sheriff and investigates his predecessor''''s murder.
The Desert Horseman (1946) as Film Editor
Falsely accused of robbing the army payroll, Steve hopes to clear his name with the help of Tom Jarvis, but finds Tom dead. He soon finds that Tom's brother was also killed and Mary Ann now runs the ranch. Tredway is trying to get Mary Ann to sell the ranch, but Steve wants her to keep it until he finds out why someone wants it and who robbed the payroll.
Lone Star Moonlight (1946) as Film Editor
Returning G.I. Curt Norton (Ken Curtis), owner of a radio station, finds his father Amos (Guy Kibbee) has allowed the station to run down and has squandered Curt's money in bad investments in war-surplus material. Eddie Jackson (Robert Stevens), who owns the rival station, is also attracted to Curt's sweetheart Jean White (Joan Barton). When Curt and the Hoosier Hotshots (Ken Trietsch, Paul Trietsch, Gil Taylor and Charles Ward) successfully stage an auction to raise money, Eddie hires Mimi (Claudia Drake) to claim that Curt married her in France.
Out of the Depths (1945) as Film Editor
Rhythm Round-up (1945) as Film Editor
Blazing the Western Trail (1945) as Film Editor
The Durango Kid tries to save a beautiful young woman''''s stagecoach line from an unscrupulous rival.
Rockin' in the Rockies (1945) as Film Editor
A rancher enlists two vagrants to help him hunt for gold.
Texas Panhandle (1945) as Film Editor
Suspended from the Secret Service pending investigation of his rumored activities as the Durango Kid, Steve Buckner (Charles Starrett) heads west to the Texas Panhandle, where he learns renegades have attacked settler wagon trains and have stolen government gold. In Crow Springs, he finds out that Ace Gatlin (Forrest Taylor) is running a land office under suspicious circumstances with Ann Williams (Nanette Parks) innocently serving as his assistant. As the Durango Kid, Steve learns about the fraudulent land swindles and that Gatlin's men stole the gold.
Lawless Empire (1945) as Film Editor
The Durango Kid helps a small-town minister drive off land raiders.
The Racket Man (1944) as Film Editor
The Soul of a Monster (1944) as Film Editor
A mysterious woman saves a doctor''''s life at the price of his soul.
The Missing Juror (1944) as Film Editor
A detective tries to stop whomever is murdering the jurors on a notorious murder case.
U-Boat Prisoner (1944) as Film Editor
Sailor's Holiday (1944) as Film Editor
Girl in the Case (1944) as Film Editor
The Return of the Vampire (1943) as Film Editor
A vampire terrorizes a British family during World War II.
The Talk of the Town (1942) as Assistant Editor
An escaped political prisoner and a stuffy law professor vie for the hand of a spirited schoolteacher.

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