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Bud S. Smith Dies: Academy Award Film Editing Nominee For ‘The Exorcist’ And ‘Flashdance’ Was 88

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Bud S. Smith, an Oscar-nominated film editor, died last Sunday at his home in Studio City, California, from respiratory failure after a prolonged illness.

He was 88. Smith’s death was confirmed by his wife, dialogue editor Lucy Coldsnow-Smith. During his five decades as an editor, Smith was a two-time Academy Award nominee, scoring bids in 1975 for William Friedkin’s horror classic, The Exorcist, which Smith shared with Evan A.

Lottman and Norman Gay, and in 1984 for Adrian Lyne’s Flashdance Smith won the BAFTA award for best editing for Flashdance and a career achievement award from the American Cinema Editors in 2008.

His credits also included Putney Swope, Cruising, Sam Raimi’s Darkman, Robert Towne’s Personal Best and Poltergeist II: The Other Side.

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