Otto Meyer (film editor)

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This article is about the American film editor. For other uses, see Otto Meyer.

Otto Meyer (1901–1980) was an American film editor.

Meyer was born in San Francisco, began working as a film editor in 1931, and edited about 80 films and television shows through the 1960s. He was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Film Editing twice, once for Theodora Goes Wild in 1936, and The Talk of the Town in 1942.


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