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Name  Ralph Dawson

Ralph Dawson (born in Westborough, Massachusetts on April 18, 1897; died November 15, 1962) was a film editor who also did some acting, directing, and screenwriting. He was nominated for the Academy Award for Film Editing four times, and won the Award three times.

Selected filmography as editor

  • 1925: Lady of the Night
  • 1928: The Singing Fool with co-editor Harold McCord
  • 1929: Stark Mad
  • 1928: Tenderloin
  • 1929: The Desert Song
  • 1930: Under a Texas Moon
  • 1931: The Mad Genius
  • 1933: Girl Missing
  • 1934: Something Always Happens with co-editor Bert Bates
  • 1935: A Midsummer Night's Dream - First Academy Award
  • 1936: Anthony Adverse - Second Academy Award win
  • 1936: The Story of Louis Pasteur
  • 1938: The Adventures of Robin Hood - Third Academy Award win
  • 1938: Four Daughters
  • 1939: Daughters Courageous
  • 1939: Espionage Agent
  • 1942: Larceny, Inc.
  • 1944: The Adventures of Mark Twain
  • 1944: Mr. Skeffington
  • 1952: The Lusty Men
  • 1954: The High and the Mighty - Fourth Academy Award nomination
  • References

    Ralph Dawson Wikipedia


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