Frank Sullivan

Frank Sullivan (Franklin Starbuck Sullivan) (February 7, 1896, St. Paul, Minnesota – September 30, 1972, Woodland Hills, California) was a film editor who began his work in the 1920s. He worked on such films as "Fury" (1936), "Babes in Arms" (1939), "The Philadelphia Story" (1940) and "Woman of the Year" (1942). He received an Academy Award nomination in 1948 for his work on "Joan of Arc". He was the younger brother of C. Gardner Sullivan, a prominent Hollywood screenwriter. He was also married to Doris Sullivan with who he had 2 children with.


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