Jerry Greenberg

Editor
Top New York-based editor whose facility with taut action scenes was dazzlingly displayed in a trilogy of urban crime pictures: "The French Connection" (1971); "The Seven-Ups" (1973); and "The Taking of Pelham 1, 2, 3" ... Read more »
Born: 07/29/1936 in New York City, New York, USA

Filmography

Editor (47)

Point Break 2015 (Movie)

(Editor)

The Ledge 2011 (Movie)

(Editor)

The Answer Man 2009 (Movie)

(Editor)

The Bronx Is Burning 2006 - 2007 (TV Show)

Editor

Invincible 2006 (Movie)

(Editor)

Havoc 2004 (Movie)

(Editor)

Bringing Down the House 2003 (Movie)

(Editor)

Trapped 2002 (Movie)

(Editor)

Angel Eyes 2001 (Movie)

(Editor)

Duets 2000 (Movie)

(Editor)

Get Carter 2000 (Movie)

(Editor)

American History X 1998 (Movie)

(Editor)

Reach the Rock 1998 (Movie)

(Editor)

Mission: Impossible 1996 (Movie)

(Editor)

School Ties 1992 (Movie)

(Editor)

For the Boys 1991 (Movie)

(Editor)

Awakenings 1990 (Movie)

(Editor)

Collision Course 1990 (Movie)

(Editor)

The Accused 1988 (Movie)

(Editor)

The Untouchables 1987 (Movie)

(Editor)

No Mercy 1986 (Movie)

(Editor)

Wise Guys 1986 (Movie)

(Editor)

Body Double 1984 (Movie)

(Editor)

Savage Dawn 1984 (Movie)

(Editor)

Scarface 1983 (Movie)

(Editor)

Still of the Night 1982 (Movie)

(Editor)

Reds 1981 (Movie)

(Editing)

Dressed to Kill 1980 (Movie)

(Editor)

Heaven's Gate 1980 (Movie)

(Editor)

Apocalypse Now 1979 (Movie)

(Editor)

Kramer vs. Kramer 1979 (Movie)

(Editor)

The Missouri Breaks 1975 (Movie)

(Editor)

The Happy Hooker 1974 (Movie)

(Editor)

The Taking of Pelham 1, 2, 3 1974 (Movie)

(Editor)

Electra Glide in Blue 1973 (Movie)

(Editor)

Come Back, Charleston Blue 1972 (Movie)

(Editor)

The Seven Ups 1972 (Movie)

(Editor)

The French Connection 1971 (Movie)

Film Editor (Editor)

The Stoolie 1971 (Movie)

(Editor)

They Might Be Giants 1971 (Movie)

(Editor)

The Boys in the Band 1970 (Movie)

(Editor)

Alice's Restaurant 1969 (Movie)

(Associate Editor)

Bye Bye Braverman 1968 (Movie)

(Editor)

The Subject Was Roses 1968 (Movie)

(Editor)

Gunshy (TV Show)

Editing

The Disappearance of Aimee (TV Show)

Editor
Actor (1)

STARTUP.COM 2001 (Movie)

(Actor)
Music (1)

Free Willy 1993 (Movie)

music advisor(MJJ) (Music)

Biography

Top New York-based editor whose facility with taut action scenes was dazzlingly displayed in a trilogy of urban crime pictures: "The French Connection" (1971); "The Seven-Ups" (1973); and "The Taking of Pelham 1, 2, 3" (1974). Greenberg cut most of Brian DePalma's films in the 1980s.

Milestones

2000

Was editor of "Duets"

1998

Co-edited "American History X"

1996

Reteamed with De Palma as one of the editors of "Mission: Impossible"

1992

Co-edited "School Ties"

1990

Was editor on Penny Marshall's "Awakenings"

1987

Cut De Palma's "The Untouchables"

1983

Was editor of De Palma's remake of "Scarface"

1981

Served as an editor on Warren Beatty's romantic epic "Reds"

1980

First collaboration with Brian DePalma, "Dressed to Kill"

1980

Co-edited Michael Cimino's now legendary Western "Heaven's Gate"

1979

Received two Oscar nominations in the same year for his editing on Francis Ford Coppola's war epic "Apocalypse Now" and the more intimate family drama "Kramer vs. Kramer"

1976

TV-movie debut, "The Disappearance of Aimee" (NBC)

1970

Won Oscar for his work on "The French Connection", featuring stellar work particularly in the now-famous car chase sequences

1968

Cut Arthur Penn's "Alice's Restaurant"

1968

Feature debut as editor, "Bye Bye Braverman", directed by Sidney Lumet

Worked at Columbia Pictures as an editing consultant

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