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Tony Lawson (I)


Tony Lawson was born in 1944 in London, England as Anthony Lawson. He is known for his work on Michael Collins (1996), Don't Look Now (1973) and The Brave One (2007). See full bio »

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Known For

(1996)
Don't Look Now Editorial Department
(1973)
The Brave One Editor
(2007)
Barry Lyndon Editor
(1975)

Filmography

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 2012 Byzantium
 2011-2012 The Borgias (TV Series) (3 episodes)
- The Borgia Bull (2012)
- The Assassin (2011)
 2009 Ondine
 2007 The Brave One
 2001 Blow Dry
 2000 Not I (Short)
 1999 In Dreams
 1996 Victory
 1995 Othello
 1995 Two Deaths
 1994 Tom & Viv
 1993 Friends
 1992 CrissCross
 1991 Cold Heaven
 1990 The Witches
 1990 Motion and Emotion: The Films of Wim Wenders (TV Movie documentary)
 1988 Manifesto
 1988 Track 29
 1987 Aria (segment "Un ballo in maschera")
 1986 Castaway
 1984 The Bounty
 1983 A Pattern of Roses (TV Movie)
 1983 Eureka
 1982 The Disappearance of Harry (TV Movie)
 1981 Dragonslayer
 1980 Bad Timing
 1977 Cross of Iron
 1975 Barry Lyndon
 1971 Straw Dogs
 1968 The Omegans (as Anthony Lawson)
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He got the chance to work on "Straw Dogs", his first major film credit, when director Sam Peckinpah quarreled with his original choice for editor, Norman Savage. Lawson had been working as Savage's assistant on "Ryan's Daughter", and, after Savage had walked off "Straw Dogs", he was promoted to full editor by Peckinpah.

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