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Philip Cahn (1894–1984)

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American editor of Polish ancestry, in Hollywood from 1913. Unsuccessfully tried his hand at chicken farming. Subsequently joined the Universal editing department, where his brother Edward (later a noted director) was already employed. Under contract as full editor, 1933-1946. Co-founder in 1937 of what is now the Motion Picture Editors Guild.

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 1962 Gunsmoke (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Durham Bull (1962)
 1953-1960 The Loretta Young Show (TV Series) (35 episodes)
- The Long Night (1960)
- Alien Love (1959)
- Mask of Evidence (1959)
- The Near Unknown (1958)
 1959 Verboten!
 1954 The Lineup (TV Series) (1 episode)
- The Paisley Gang (1954)
 1952 Park Row
 1951 FBI Girl (as Phil Cahn)
 1950 A Modern Marriage (as Phil Kahn)
 1949 Prejudice (as Phil Cahn)
 1947 Copacabana
 1946 The Brute Man
 1946 The Time of Their Lives (film editor)
 1944 In Society
 1941 In the Navy
 1941 Buck Privates (film editor)
 1940 Black Friday
 1939 The Big Guy
 1939 Rio
 1939 Big Town Czar
 1938 The Crime of Doctor Hallet (uncredited)
 1936 Parole!
 1936 Sutter's Gold
 1934 Half a Sinner
 1933 The Big Cage
 1932 The Fourth Horseman (as Phil Cahn)
 1932 Law and Order (as Phil Cahn)
 1930 What Men Want (as Phil Cahn)
 1930 Clancy in Wall Street (as Phil Cahn)
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Trivia:

American editor of Polish ancestry, in Hollywood from 1913. Unsuccessfully tried his hand at chicken farming. Subsequently joined the Universal editing department, where his brother Edward (later a noted director) was already employed. Under contract as full editor, 1933-1946. Co-founder in 1937 of what is now the Motion Picture Editors Guild.

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