No photo available. Represent Hal C. Kern? Add or change photos at IMDbPro
Up 96,196 this week

Hal C. Kern (1894–1985)

Hal C. Kern was born on July 14, 1894 in Anaconda, Montana, USA. He is known for his work on Gone with the Wind (1939), Rebecca (1940) and Spellbound (1945). He died on February 24, 1985 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

Our Favorite Emmy Photos of All Time

Revisit some classic and contemporary Emmys moments with our throwback gallery.

See the full gallery

Related News

Around The Web


Powered by ZergNet

On Prime Video

User Lists

Related lists from IMDb users

list image
a list of 46 people
created 6 months ago
a list of 75 people
created 30 Oct 2011
a list of 6872 people
created 04 Feb 2016
a list of 52 people
created 6 months ago
a list of 877 people
created 03 Apr 2018

Do you have a demo reel?

Add it to your IMDbPage

How Much Have You Seen?

How much of Hal C. Kern's work have you seen?

User Polls

Won 1 Oscar. Another 2 nominations. See more awards »

Known For

Gone with the Wind Editorial Department
Rebecca Editorial Department
Spellbound Editorial Department
Since You Went Away Editorial Department


Hide Hide Show Show Editor (28 credits)
 1936 Little Lord Fauntleroy (film editor)
 1933 Night Flight
 1933 Hell Below (film editor)
 1931 Corsair
 1931 Indiscreet
 1930 The Bat Whispers (uncredited)
 1930 Puttin' on the Ritz (edited by)
 1929 Alibi (as Hal Kern, edited by)
 1928 The Woman Disputed (as Hal Kern)
 1927 The Dove (as Hal Kern)
 1926 The Bat
 1925 The Eagle (edited by)
 1925 Wild Justice
 1925 The Lady
 1924 Her Night of Romance (as Hal Kern)
 1923 Within the Law (as Hal Kern)
 1923 Brass (as Hal Kern)
 1922 The Toll of the Sea (uncredited)
 1915 Civilization
Show Show Editorial department (17 credits)
Show Show Miscellaneous Crew (11 credits)
Show Show Producer (2 credits)
Show Show Self (1 credit)
Show Show Archive footage (1 credit)

Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Hal Kern

Did You Know?


Distinguished film editor. Began in films with Thomas Ince. Worked on The Toll of the Sea (1922), the first dual colour Technicolor feature. At MGM (1933-34), supervising editor for David O. Selznick (1935-47). Co-recipient of an Academy Award for Gone with the Wind (1939). Later at Paramount (1961-63).

Star Sign:


Contribute to This Page

We've Got Your Streaming Picks Covered

Looking for some great streaming picks? Check out some of the IMDb editors' favorites movies and shows to round out your Watchlist.

Visit our What to Watch page

Recently Viewed