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Who is Albert Akst?
Albert Akst was an American musician turned film editor, played saxophone in Meyer Davis Orchestra and on vaudeville until 1930. He became a film cutter of short subjects and later became an editor on 53 feature films, including Forbidden Passage, Johnny Eager, Ziegfeld Follies, Summer Stock, Brigadoon and Meet Me in Las Vegas. He was nominated for an Academy Award for his work on Somebody Up There Likes Me.
- also known as Al Akst
- born on (115 years ago) in New Jersey
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Film editor, musician
- died on (57 years ago) in Los Angeles
- buried in Hollywood Forever Cemetery
- nomination: - nominated to Academy Award for Best Film Editing - "Somebody Up There Likes Me"
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Encyclopedia of Sports Films (2010)
by K Edgington, Thomas Erskine, James M. Welsh
EDITING: Albert Akst. MUSIC: Bronislau Kaper. ART DIRECTION: Malcolm Brown , Cedric Gibbons. SET DECORATION: Keogh Gleason, Edwin B. Willis. CAST: Paul Newman (Rocky Graziano), Pier Angeli (Norma Skittish), Everett Sloane ...
by Melissa U. D. Goldsmith, Paige A. Willson, Anthony J. Fonseca
eDitor: Albert Akst; art Direction: Daniel B. Cathcart, Cedric Gibbons; Set Decoration: Edwin B. Willis; coStumeS: Helen Rose, ...
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