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Lou Lombardo (I) (1932–2002)

Lou Lombardo was born on February 15, 1932 in Missouri, USA as Louis Joseph Lombardo. He is known for his work on The Wild Bunch (1969), Moonstruck (1987) and Up in Smoke (1978). He died on May 8, 2002 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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The Wild Bunch
Moonstruck Editor
Up in Smoke
Up in Smoke Editorial Department
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 1991 Fires Within
 1989 In Country
 1989 Uncle Buck
 1987 Moonstruck
 1977 The Late Show
 1973 Ace Eli and Rodger of the Skies (as Louis Lombardo)
 1971 McCabe & Mrs. Miller (as Louis Lombardo)
 1969 The Wild Bunch (as Louis Lombardo)
 1966-1968 The Felony Squad (TV Series) (39 episodes)
- Image of Evil (1968) ... (as Louis Lombardo)
- Epitaph for a Cop (1968) ... (as Louis Lombardo)
- The Deadly Abductors (1968) ... (as Louis Lombardo)
- Killing, Country Style (1968) ... (as Louis Lombardo)
- An Arrangement with Death: Part 1 (1967) ... (as Louis Lombardo)
 1965 The Incredible Sex Revolution (as Louis Lombardo)
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Louis Lombardo


5' 4" (1.63 m)

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Began as Robert Altman's cameraman working on training films for the Calvin Company. He then joined Republic as a camera man in 1956. He subsequently absolved an eight-year apprenticeship as an editor at Revue Studios. Lombardo eventually went on to edit five films for Robert Altman, including the excellent McCabe & Mrs. Miller (1971). See more »

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