Reginald Mills

1912 — 1990 Age: 77 years old
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​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Reginald Cuthbert Mills (15 September 1912 - 1990) was an English film editor. He graduated from Cambridge University with a degree in modern languages in 1934. He spent World War II serving in the Royal Artillery, and was stationed in an AA battery on the Thames Estuary throughout the whole of the London Blitz. After the war he began a fruitful association with the film-making partnership of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger, beginning in 1946 with A Matter of Life and Death, followed by Black Narcissus (1947). Mills received an Academy Award nomination in 1948 for his work on the duo's ballet masterpiece, The Red Shoes. Mills edited many British films throughout the 50s, 60s and 70s, including The Spanish Gardener (1956), Joseph Losey's The Servant (1963) and The Tales of Beatrix Potter (1971). He received BAFTA nominations for his work on two projects with director Franco Zeffirelli: Romeo and Juliet (1968) and Jesus of Nazareth (1977). His last credit was as consulting editor on another Zeffirellli picture, The Champ in 1979. Description above from the Wikipedia article Reginald Mills, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia
Monday, July 15, 1912, London, England, UK
Sunday, July 1, 1990
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