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Born: December 12, 1925 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Surrey, England, GB Profession: Editing ...
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1993:
Earned fourth Oscar nomination for her editing of the drama "In the Line of Fire"
1984:
Was editor on "Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes"
1978:
Producer and editorial supervisor, "The Medusa Touch"; last feature collaboration with Jack Gold
1960:
Edited "Tunes of Glory"
1975:
Reteamed with Gold on "Man Friday"
2000:
Reunited with Soderbergh to cut "Erin Brockovich"
1992:
Served as editor on Richard Attenborough's biopic "Chaplin"
1982:
Cut the musical film "The Pirates of Penzance"
1970:
First American production, "The Adventurers"
1968:
Initial collaboration with director Jack Gold, "The Bofors Gun"
1966:
Reteamed with Glenville for "Hotel Paradiso"
2001:
Edited the romantic drama "Sweet November"
2002:
Cut the Adrian Lyne-helmed thriller "Unfaithful"
2004:
Edited the crime drama "Taking Lives"
2006:
Was editor on the drama "Catch and Release"
2007:
Edited the fantasy adaptation "The Golden Compass"
2010:
Edited family drama "Extraordinary Measures"
2015:
Cut her final film, "Fifty Shades of Grey"
1964:
Received Oscar nomination for editing of "Becket", helmed by Peter Glenville
1980:
Received third Best Film Editing Academy Award for "The Elephant Man"
1990:
Cut Lawrence Kasdan's black comedy "I Love You to Death"
1974:
Edited "Murder on the Orient Express"
1998:
Garnered fifth Academy Award nomination for her superb editing of "Out of Sight", directed by Steven Soderbergh
1952:
Received first editing credit on "The Pickwick Papers"
1962:
Received Best Film Editing Academy Award for work on "Lawence of Arabia", directed by David Lean
1995:
Served as editor on the jungle adventure "Congo"
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Awarded OBE for services to film industry

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