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us: Oser, Jean, 1908-2002



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    • us: Oser, Hans, 1908-2002
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    • found: Die 3groschenoper, c2007: credits (edited by Hans Oser)
    • found: River Lights Pictures website viewed September 15, 2010: The Other Eye, Participants ( Jean (Hans) Oser was born into a Viennese family, staying in Strasbourg at the time. From 1930 - 1938 Jean Oser was the sound editor for most of Pabst's films (i.e. "Threepenny Opera", "Comradeship"). In 1939 he emigrated via France and England to the U.S.A. For many years he was a Professor of Film history at the University of Saskatchewan in Canada)
    • found: The Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan viewed September 15, 2010: A Living Legacy (Oser, Jean (1908-2002) Jean Oser was an internationally known film editor, an Oscar-winning dramatic filmmaker, and a catalyst in the development of the Saskatchewan film community in the 1970s. Born in Strasbourg (Alsace), Jean Oser grew up in Berlin ... He built his reputation as an editor for Austrian director G.W. Pabst and his cinema of social consciousness, working on such films as Westfront 1918 (1930), The Threepenny Opera (1931) ... Oser lived and worked in Paris, eventually immigrating to the United States ... For the next thirty years, he was based in New York City, making industrial films, television features and series, documentaries, and travel films. In 1970, Oser came to Canada, having been invited to Regina to help establish a film school at the University [of Saskatchewan]. Jean Oser died in Regina on February 20, 2002)
    • found: Internet Movie Database viewed September 15, 2010: (Filmography by year for Jean Oser ... Die 3 Groschen-Oper (1931) [Editor] (as Hans Oser))
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