Milton Burrow

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Milton Burrow
Born 1921 (age 94–95)
Other names Milton C. Burrow
Occupation Sound editor
Years active 1959-1995
Children Neil Burrow (born 1952)

Milton Burrow (born 1921) was an American sound editor. He was nominated at the 62nd Academy Awards for the film Black Rain. This was in the category of Best Sound Editing. He shared his nomination with William Manger.[1] He also won two Emmy Awards for the sound of the made for television films, QB VII and Raid on Entebbe. He received another Emmy nomination for Police Story. As well as a BAFTA nomination for Best Soundtrack for the film All the President's Men. He has 52 credits in TV and film.


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