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Peter Zinner

Highest Rated: 100% Conspiracy (2001)

Lowest Rated: 0% They Saved Hitler's Brain (1963)

Birthday: Jul 24, 1919

Birthplace: Vienna, Austria

Prominent editor, mostly of US films and some TV. An adept handler of powerful and violent action scenes, Zinner has several very important films to his credit. His earliest work dates back to the late 1950s; one of his first films was the early Sam Peckinpah Western, "The Deadly Companions" (1961). His mid-60s work is distinguished by two solid films for director Richard Brooks, the exciting Western "The Professionals" (1966) and the chilling docudrama "In Cold Blood" (1967). Zinner has not been a prolific craftsman, but in the 70s, after working on Mikhail Kalatozov's "La Tenda Rossa" (1970), he spliced together the vivid imagery for Francis Ford Coppola's landmark revisionist gangster epics, "The Godfather" (1972) and "The Godfather, Part II" (1974).

Filmography

Movies

Credit
100% 86% Conspiracy Executive Producer - 2001
8% 30% The Omega Code Film Editor $12.6M 1999
No Score Yet 31% The Enemy Within Film Editor - 1994
No Score Yet 62% Citizen Cohn Film Editor - 1992
79% 81% An Officer and a Gentleman Film Editor - 1982
No Score Yet 40% The Salamander Director - 1981
92% 92% The Deer Hunter Film Editor - 1978
36% 64% A Star Is Born Film Editor - 1976
No Score Yet 38% Crazy Joe Film Editor - 1974
98% 97% The Godfather, Part II Film Editor - 1974
98% 98% The Godfather Film Editor $134.8M 1972
No Score Yet No Score Yet Changes Film Editor - 1969
84% 88% In Cold Blood Film Editor - 1967
88% 81% The Professionals Film Editor - 1966
0% 19% They Saved Hitler's Brain Original Music - 1963
50% 52% King Kong vs. Godzilla Film Editor - 1963

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