Cutting for Korda: 1932– 35
in Charles Crichton
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Chapter 1 explores the early years of Charles Crichton’s career, during which he was employed by Alexander Korda at Denham Studios. Starting out as a tea boy, he soon began to work directly as an assistant on the films, which notably included Korda’s first magnum opus, The Private Life of Henry VIII. The arrival at Denham of William ‘Bill’ Hornbeck provided Crichton with his true mentor, and 1935 saw him gain his first full editor credit with Sanders of the River.

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