Robert Kern

Editor
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Robert James Kern was an American film editor with more than sixty feature film credits. He is known for editing National Velvet (1944), which won him the Academy Award for Best Film Editing. National Velvet was one of thirteen films that Kern edited with director Clarence Brown. He also made seven films with director W. S. Van Dyke, including three of the Thin Man series. read more

Robert James Kern was an American film editor with more than sixty feature film credits. He is known for editing National Velvet (1944), which won him the Academy Award for Best Film Editing. National Velvet was one of thirteen films that Kern edited with director Clarence Brown. He also made seven films with director W. S. Van Dyke, including three of the Thin Man series. Kern was nominated for the Academy Award for David Copperfield (1935), which was directed by George Cukor.

Birth Name

Robert James Kern

Born

Sunday, 29 March 1885

Died

Tuesday, 30 May 1972

1946 Oscar Best Film Editing Won
1936 Oscar Best Film Editing Nominated
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