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Bud Molin
Original name: Henry Molin
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Birth: May 26, 1925
Death: May 21, 2007

Motion Picture and Television Editor. A comedy specialist, he was best known for his collaboration with actor-director Carl Reiner. The finest example of his work is "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid" (1982), in which he deftly intercut clips from 1940s Hollywood movies with a noir spoof starring Steve Martin. Molin was born in Los Angeles. After serving in the US Army during World War II he joined Columbia Pictures' stock library and went on to edit episodes of such TV series as "Letters to Loretta", "I Love Lucy", "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour", and "I Spy". Molin first teamed with Reiner on "The Dick Van Dyke Show" in 1963 and their association would last 30 years and 12 feature films. His big screen credits include "Forever, Darling" (1956), "Viva Max!" (1969), "They Call Me MISTER Tibbs!" (1970), "Where's Poppa?" (1970), "Oh, God!" (1977), "The Jerk" (1979), "Up the Academy" (1980), "The Man with Two Brains" (1983), "All of Me" (1984), "The Man with One Red Shoe" (1985), and "Fatal Instinct" (1993). Reiner recalled that in all their years of working together he never heard Molin laugh. "He never made a sound", Reiner said, "but I knew he was laughing because his shoulders would shake". (bio by: Bobb Edwards) 
 
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Created by: Bobb Edwards
Record added: May 26, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 19532616
Bud Molin
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- Cindy
 Added: May. 26, 2015
Happy Birthday........................
- a sincere fan
 Added: May. 26, 2015
On your 90th birthday
- Nancy Forrest
 Added: May. 23, 2015
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