Editors Giving Career Nods To Winters, Reynolds

The American Cinema Editors have designated William Reynolds and Ralph Winters recipients of career achievement awards, to be bestowed March 9 at the ACE Eddie Awards banquet at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.

Each honoree has won two Academy Awards (Winters for “King Solomon’s Mines” and “Ben Hur” and Reynolds for “The Sound Of Music” and “The Sting”) and each has nearly 70 major editing credits in careers covering 50 years or more.

Edited ‘Godfather’

Reynolds’ first major film was “Algiers” in 1938; his others include “Carousel,” “The Sand Pebbles,” “Hello, Dolly!” “The Godfather” and “The Turning Point.”

Winters started with “Mrs. And Mrs. North” in 1941, with career highlights including “Quo Vadis,” “Gaslight,” “Seven Brides For Seven Brothers,” “The Pink Panther” and “10.”

Director Arthur Hiller will present the honor to Reynolds, and Walter Mirisch will present the award to Winters.

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