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Ghost Diver Editor
The Brave One Editor
Red Snow Editor
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 1958 The Fly
 1957 Ghost Diver
 1956 The Brave One
 1954 Circus of Love (as Merrill White)
 1953 Tanga-Tika
 1953 Thy Neighbor's Wife (as Merrill White)
 1953 Robot Monster (as Merrill White)
 1952 Red Snow
 1950 The Boy from Indiana (as Merril White)
 1949 Tarzan's Magic Fountain (film editor - as Merrill White)
 1947 Tarzan and the Huntress (film editor - as Merrill White)
 1947 The Red House (as Merrill White)
 1939 Suicide Legion (as Merrill White)
 1937 The Frog (as Merrill White)
 1936 The Amazing Adventure (as Merrill White)
 1935 Peg of Old Drury (as Merrill White)
 1935 Brewster's Millions (uncredited)
 1934 Nell Gwyn
 1934 Runaway Queen
 1931 The Smiling Lieutenant (uncredited)
 1931 Il segreto del dottore (as Merrill White)
 1931 Le petit café (uncredited)
 1930 Playboy of Paris (uncredited)
 1930 Monte Carlo
 1929 The Love Parade (uncredited)
 1929 The Studio Murder Mystery (uncredited)
 1929 The Doctor's Secret (as Merrill White)
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Merrill White | Merril White

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American editor who began at Paramount (1928-32), before moving to Britain under contract to Herbert Wilcox Productions (1934-40). Subsequently returned to the U.S., working at RKO (1947-49) and 20th Century Fox (1951-53).

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