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Brian J. King

Cinematographer, editor

Cinematographer and editor Brian J. King died June 16 of heart failure. He was 59.

Born in Hartford, Conn., he served as cinematographer on “The World of Boating” and “TheAmerican Sportsman” in the 1960s. He was also camera operator on Alice Cooper’s “Welcome to My Nightmare.”

As an editor, he worked on re-editing “Rin Tin Tin” for syndication and also worked with director Bob Clampett on restoring the “Beany and Cecil” cartoon shows.

He edited the 1976 feature “Bugs Bunny Superstar” and was assistant editor on “On Any Sunday.”

He is survived by an aunt and two cousins.

 

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