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Barbara McLean (I) (1903–1996)

Ms. McLean was a pioneering female film editor for 20th Century Fox. She began her Hollywood career in the 1930s and earned her first film credit for editing The Affairs of Cellini (1934). She joined Fox in 1935 as one of only eight female film editors working in Hollywood in the 1930s. She became Fox' editing division chief in 1949 and retired ... See full bio »

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 1955 Untamed
 1954 The Egyptian
 1953 The Robe
 1953 Niagara
 1952 Full House (segment "The Gift of the Magi", uncredited)
 1952 Viva Zapata!
 1950 All About Eve (film editor)
 1950 No Way Out
 1948 Deep Waters
 1946 Margie
 1944 Wilson
 1941 Tobacco Road
 1940 Chad Hanna (film editor)
 1940 Down Argentine Way (film editor)
 1940 Maryland
 1940 Little Old New York (film editor)
 1939 Stanley and Livingstone (film editor)
 1939 Jesse James (as Barbara Mc Lean)
 1938 Suez
 1938 Alexander's Ragtime Band (film editor)
 1936 Lloyd's of London (film editor)
 1936 Sins of Man
 1936 The Country Doctor (film editor)
 1935 Metropolitan (film editor - as Barbara Mc Lean)
 1935 Clive of India (film editor)
 1934 The House of Rothschild (film editor)
 1933 Gallant Lady
 1929 Coquette (uncredited)
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