George White Editing
George White is a 162 years old editing from United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland from Portstewart, Northern Ireland. George White was born on July 06, 1835 (died on February 15, 1998, he was 162 years old) in Portstewart, Northern Ireland.
George White first became a Hollywood editor in 1942, spending most of his career at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Among his more well known efforts were the war film Bataan, Vincente Minnelli’s The Clock, Tay Garnett’s steamy version of The Postman Always Rings Twice, the epic special effects extravaganza Green Dolphin Street, for which he was nominated for an Academy Award for Film Editing, and Challenge to Lassie in 1949.
The 1950s saw him working on such films as A Life of Her Own, The Naked Spur, generally considered to be one of Anthony Mann’s fin...
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No, he died on 02/15/1998, 24 years ago. He was 162 years old when he died. He died in Royal Hospital Chelsea
He married with Amelia Maria Baly on Saturday, October 31st, 1874. George White was 39 years old. Married for 147 years, 6 months.
George White Movies (26)
There are 26 movies of George White.George White movies.
George White movie characters
The names of the characters/jobs in the films he starred in are as follows:
|Editor||The Postman Always Rings Twice (1946)||110|
|Editor||The Band Wagon (1953)||118|
|Editor||The Naked Spur (1953)||117|
|Editor||Journey for Margaret (1942)||107|
|Editor||The Phenix City Story (1955)||120|
|Editor||The Sellout (1952)||116|
|Editor||The Man from Down Under (1943)||108|
|Editor||The Silver Chalice (1954)||119|
|Editor||A Life of Her Own (1950)||115|
|Editor||Women of the Prehistoric Planet (1966)||130|
|Editor||Shack Out on 101 (1955)||120|
|Editor||Dream Wife (1953)||117|
|Editor||Man from God's Country (1958)||122|
|Director||My Gun Is Quick (1957)||122|
|Editor||Twenty Plus Two (1961)||126|
|Editor||The Reformer and the Redhead (1950)||114|
|Editor||King of the Roaring 20's – The Story of Arnold Rothstein (1961)||125|
|Editor||Canyon River (1956)||121|
|Editor||Challenge to Lassie (1949)||114|
|Editor||Nostradamus and the Queen (1953)||118|
|Editor||Mr. Imperium (1951)||115|
|Editor||The Beast of Budapest (1958)||122|
|Editor||The Navy vs. the Night Monsters (1966)||131|
|Editor||Dangerous Charter (1962)||127|
|Editor||Johnny Rocco (1958)||123|
Awarded Knight Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order , awarded Knight Grand Cross of the Order of St Michael and St George , awarded Victoria Cross , awarded Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath ,
He graduated from Royal Military College, SandhurstWhat was George's zodiac sign?
George White zodiac sign was cancer.
Other facts about George White
|Country of citizenship||United Kingdom Of Great Britain And Ireland|
|Date of death||1912-06-24T00:00:00Z|
|Military branch||British Army|
|Military rank||Field Marshal|
|Family name||White. Show people with the surname White|
|Position held||Governor Of Gibraltar|
|Conflict||Indian Rebellion Of 1857|
|British Museum person-institution||167813|
|Place of death||Royal Hospital Chelsea|