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Marjorie Fowler

Marjorie Fowler was an American motion picture editor of Elmer Gantry, The Three Faces of Eve, Separate Tables, Conquest of the Planet of the Apes and Lover Come Back fame. She was nominated for an Academy Award for her work on the 1967 film Doctor Dolittle, and was a pioneer in the use of the diagonal splicer. Her television credits as editor include Sky King, The New Adventures of China Smith, and Eight Is Enough.


Biographical fast facts

Full, original or maiden name at birth: Marjorie Johnson

Date and place of birth: July 16, 1920, Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.

Date, place and cause of death: July 8, 2003, at 7261 Outpost Cove, Hollywood Hills, California, U.S.A.

Marriage
Husband: Gene Fowler, Jr. (m. 1944 - May 11, 1998) (his death)
Wedding took place at the Plaza Hotel, New York City, New York, U.S.A.

Children
Son: Gene Nunnally Fowler
Daughter: Kim Fowler

Parents
Father: Nunnally Johnson (a journalist/screenwriter/producer) (b. December 5, 1897, Columbus, Georgia - d. March 25, 1977, Los Angeles, California, of pneumonia)
Mother: Alice Mason


Sources

The most in-depth of more than two dozen sources consulted in preparing this profile, was 1962's, The Young Man from Denver, by Will Fowler.


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