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Gerry Hambling, the British film editor whose credits include "Midnight Express," "Pink Floyd: The Wall" and "Mississippi Burning," died Feb. 5 in England. He was 86. Hambling, who entered the film industry at 16 as an editor's apprentice, was a longtime collaborator of director Alan Parker, editing 14 of his films. Also read: Hollywood Says Goodbye: Notable Celebrity Deaths of 2012 "He was undoubtedly one of the finest film editors that the British film industry has produced," Parker remembered. John Grover, vice chairman of the Guild of British Film Editors, which Hambling helped found »


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