The Top 10 Edited Sequences in Film History

The Top 10 Edited Sequences in Film History

Nov. 12, 1952: Robert A. Webb, right, and Boris D. Kaplan, film editors, checked a print of a short film called “Christmas Toys” set to air on “Omnibus,” an experimental TV program meant to “elevate TV’s level of taste, yet attract a mass audience,” according to the text with a picture essay, “The Show Behind the TV Show.”

Nov. 12, 1952: Robert A. Webb, right, and Boris D. Kaplan, film editors, checked a print of a short film called “Christmas Toys” set to air on “Omnibus,” an experimental TV program meant to “elevate TV’s level of taste, yet attract a mass audience,” according to the text with a picture essay, “The Show Behind the TV Show.”

Edna Warren, film editor, at work.

Edna Warren, film editor, at work.

Robert Flaherty, editing one of his films.

Robert Flaherty, editing one of his films.

In the Editing Room at Essenay Silent Film Cinema, via Flickr.

In the Editing Room at Essenay Silent Film Cinema, via Flickr.

Director Akira Kurosawa cutting one of his films.

Director Akira Kurosawa cutting one of his films.

John Boulting and Frank Capra, collaborators on the war documentary Tunisian Victory

John Boulting and Frank Capra, collaborators on the war documentary Tunisian Victory

A steenbeck editor

A steenbeck editor

Kubrick editing Barry Lyndon in his garage, by his daughter Christiane, dec 74

Kubrick editing Barry Lyndon in his garage, by his daughter Christiane, dec 74

Shoot For The Edit

Shoot For The Edit

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