“Alien,” “Blade Runner” Editor Rawlings Dies

Alien Blade Runner Editor Rawlings Dies

Famed British film editor Terry Rawlings has died at his home in Hertfordshire at the age of 85.

Rawlings’ work has run the gamut including Ridley Scott’s “Alien,” “Blade Runner” and “Legend,” the original animated “Watership Down,” Oscar winner “Chariots of Fire,” Barbara Streisand’s “Yentl,” David Fincher’s “Alien 3,” Phil Noyce’s “The Saint” adaptation, and the best of the Brosnan Bond films “GoldenEye”.

Other works include “Entrapment,” “F/X,” “The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne,” “Not Without My Daughter,” “Escape from Absolom,” “U.S. Marshals,” “The Musketeer,” “The Core,” “The Sentinel,” “White of the Eye,” “Trapped in Paradise,” “The Awakening,” “Slipstream” and his last effort on Joel Schumacher’s “Phantom of the Opera”.

Rawlings’ first partnership with Ridley Scott was as dubbing editor on the director’s debut “The Duellists”.

Source: THR