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|Born||January 14, 1914|
Newcastle, Pennsylvania, U.S.
|Died||June 12, 1979 (aged 65)|
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
|Occupation||Film editor and producer|
|Children||3 sons, 1 daughter|
|Relatives||Pandro S. Berman (brother)|
Henry began his career working in a film laboratory at Consolidated Film Industries in the 1930s. He also worked in the lab for Universal Pictures. In 1933, he joined RKO as an editor and worked on musicals including the Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers films Follow the Fleet and Swing Time (both 1936), which were produced by his older brother Pandro S. Berman. He became assistant to Pedro and moved with him to MGM in 1940.
Some of the films he produced at MGM after the war include Just This Once (1952), Torch Song (1953), Men of the Fighting Lady (1954), Bedevilled (1955), It's a Dog's Life (1955), and The Great American Pastime (1956).
He died in Los Angeles of cancer.
|1967||39th Academy Awards(Oscars)||Best film editing||Grand Prix (1966)||Won|||
|1976||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Achievement in Film Editing for Entertainment Programming for a Special||Babe (1975)||Nominated|||
|1973||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Achievement in Film Editing for Entertainment Programming - For a Special or Feature Length Program of a Series||Go Ask Alice (1973)||Nominated|||
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