Philip W. Anderson (editor)

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Philip W. Anderson
Born Philip William Anderson
June 23, 1915
New York, New York
Died March 27, 1980(1980-03-27) (aged 64)
Granada Hills, Los Angeles
Occupation Film editor
Years active 1939–1971

Philip W. Anderson (June 23, 1915[1] – March 27, 1980[2]) was an American film editor with more than fifty film credits commencing with the 1939 films, Marine Circus and Dark Magic.[3] He was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Film Editing for three films: Giant (directed by George Stevens - 1956; with William Hornbeck and Fred Bohanan), Sayonara (directed by Joshua Logan - 1957; with Arthur P. Schmidt), and The Parent Trap (directed by David Swift - 1961). His final credit is for A Man Called Horse (directed by Elliot Silverstein - 1970).

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Philip William Anderson, 1980". California Death Index, 1940-1997. 
  2. ^ "Philip W. Anderson". British Film Institute. 
  3. ^ Philip W. Anderson at the Internet Movie Database