Everett Douglas

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Everett Douglas (born October 11, 1902 , † December 7, 1967 in Los Angeles , California ) was an American film editor .


Douglas began his work in the film business as an assistant editor in 1934. From the following year he was active as an independent editor. In total, he was involved in editing around 40 productions .

From 1959 to 1967 he was exclusively involved as an editor on the television series Bonanza . In 1966 he was honored with an Emmy for this together with his colleagues Marvin Coil and Ellsworth Hoagland .

In 1954 he received an Oscar nomination in the Best Editing category for his work on the film Kampf der Welten .

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