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Edited by John Seabourne Sr.

John Seabourne Sr. started out by editing Gaumont Newsreels in the 1930s before editing his first feature film, Allan Dwan's HER FIRST AFFAIRE in 1932, which also featured the official screen debut of Ida Lupino. He would edit six films with Michael Powell and also edited films for Charlie Chaplin, Raoul Walsh, Terence Fisher, Arthur Crabtree, and R.G. Springsteen.

  • Her First Affaire
  • Contraband
  • The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp
  • A Canterbury Tale
  • I Know Where I'm Going!
  • Sea Devils
  • Track the Man Down
  • A King in New York