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Robert S. Eisen

Robert S. Eisen


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Editing (feature film)

Venus in Furs (1969) as Post production supv
A musician attracted to a young woman finds her dead--or does he?
Viva Max! (1969) as Post prod supervisor
When his girlfriend tells him that his men wouldn't follow him to a house of ill repute, Max, a general in the Mexican army decides to perform some great act of heroism. He takes his men over the border into Texas and re-captures the Alamo. This upsets the Texans greatly. The Texas National Guard is sent to retake the mission. Normally this would be easy as Max's men have left all of their ammunition back in Mexico, but the State department insists that no one be killed and so the National Guard also goes in with unloaded weapons.
The Destructors (1968) as Film Editor
Secret agents fight to protect the jewels powering a deadly laser weapon.
Dimension 5 (1966) as Film Editor
An American intelligence agent, aided by a Chinese-American female agent, uses a time-travel belt to thwart Chinese operatives who are attempting to import to Los Angeles the materials to make an atomic bomb.
Castle of Evil (1966) as Film Editor
Destination Inner Space (1966) as Film Editor
Strange goings on at the site of an experimental underwater laboratory as a mysterious object of unknown origin is detected in the area. A group of researchers investigate and come face to face with the object, a large automated extraterrestrial probe. They board the craft and discover a small object at first considered to be some sort of instrument package, which they take back to the lab for closer inspection. It is then that events take a turn for the worse.
The Strangler (1964) as Film Editor
A lab technician with low self esteem, brought on by his dominant mother, becomes a serial killer of female nurses.
Confessions of an Opium Eater (1962) as Film Editor
Paratroop Command (1959) as Editing
The Legend of Tom Dooley (1959) as Film Editor
Michael Landon, Jo Morrow, Jack Hogan, Richard Rust, Dee Pollock, Ken Lynch, Ralph Moody. Unaware that the Civil War is over, a trio of Confederate soldiers rob a Union stagecoach, killing two men, and bringing about their own downfall. Ted Post (HANG ''EM HIGH) directs this fatalistic western which features The Kingston Trio performing the popular theme song over the title credits.
Jet Attack (1958) as Film Editor
Suicide Battalion (1958) as Film Editor
Second World War drama, set in the Philippines about a group of men recruited for the dangerous mission of destroying an American base to keep strategic papers out of enemy hands when Japanese forces invade. The men spend their last hours drowning their sorrows in a bar, but time is running out.
Hot Rod Gang (1958) as Film Editor
A young man enters a rock band to raise money so he can enter a big drag race.
Shake, Rattle & Rock! (1956) as Film Editor
A group of concerned adults try to ban rock and roll music in their town because they think that the music promotes juvenile delinquency. It's now up to a disc jockey and a hipster to defend the music in a televised trial. The movie also features several rock and roll performances, most notably from Fats Domino.
Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956) as Film Editor
Soulless pods take over the inhabitants of a small California town.
Screaming Eagles (1956) as Film Editor
A group of young soldiers parachute into France in preparation for D-Day.
Hold Back the Night (1956) as Film Editor
Edge of Hell (1956) as Film Editor
A Russian beggar and his performing dog, Flip, struggle tomake ends meet living upon the cruel streets.
Flesh and the Spur (1956) as Film Editor
Bobby Ware Is Missing (1955) as Film Editor
Bait (1954) as Film Editor
A greedy miner tries to get his beautiful wife to seduce his partner.
The Other Woman (1954) as Film Editor
Bit player Sherry Stewart (Cleo Moore) gets miffed when director Walter Darman (Hugo Haas) turns her down after she reads for a small part in his picture. She and her boy friend, Ronnie (Lane Fuller), devise a plan to lure Darman to her apartment, where she gives him a drugged drink. She tells Darman they had been intimate and blackmails him for $50,000. More than a little distracted by his situation, his wife (Lucille Barkeley) senses something is wrong and he gets into a violent argument with his father-in-law (Jack Macy) who owns the producing company Darman works for, and discontinues the picture. Sherry informs Darman she is going to tell his wife all about them. Darman tells his secretary (Carolee Kelly) that he is going to work late and is not to be disturbed, sets the moviola runnings, and exits by the back door and hot-foots it to Sherry's apartment. He tries to reason with her but to no avail, and strangles her in a fit of rage. The crime is first blamed on peddler Papasha (John Qualen), but Police Inspector Collins (Jan Arvan) thinks otherwise.
The Diamond Queen (1953) as Ed asst

Film Production - Main (feature film)

Hammersmith Is Out (1972) as Post-prod supv
The Faust legend retold (loosely) and applied to a mentally disturbed patient in a hospital run by a doctor of dubious sanity himself. The patient (Burton) offers the innocent orderly (Bridges) vast riches if he'll help him escape.

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