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Coates, Anne V

LC control no.no2004121190
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Personal name headingCoates, Anne V.
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Birth date1925-12-12
Death date2018-05-08
Place of birthReigate (England)
Place of deathWoodland Hills (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Field of activityMotion pictures--Editing Television programs--Editing Motion pictures--Production and direction Nursing
AffiliationPinewood Studios
Religious Films
Profession or occupationTelevision program editors
Motion picture editors Motion picture producers and directors Nurses
Found inTaking lives, c2004: credits (Anne V. Coates, editor)
Internet Movie Database WWW site, Dec. 9, 2004 : (Anne V. Coates, editor, producer, b. Dec. 12, 1925 in Reigate, Surrey, England)
OCLC, Dec. 9, 2004 (hdgs.: Coates Anne V., Coates, Anne V., 1925-; usage: Anne V. Coates)
IMDb, March 14, 2018: (Anne V. Coates, editor, producer ; b. December 12, 1925 in Reigate, Surrey, England, UK ; birth name: Anne Voase Coates ; After harrowing experiences as a nurse at Sir Archibald McIndoe's pioneering plastic surgery hospital in East Grinstead, Anne Coates started to fulfil her long-held ambition to be a film director with a company called Religious Films. The work consisted of patching up prints of devotional shorts before sending them out to Britain's churches. This led to a job in the cutting room at Pinewood, where she worked on "The Red Shoes" among others before achieving her first screen credit with "The Pickwick Papers")
New York times WWW site, viewed May 10, 2018 (in obituary published May 9: Anne V. Coates; b. Anne Voase Coates, Dec. 12, 1925, Reigate, Surrey; relocated to California in the 1980s; d. Tuesday [May 8, 2018], Woodland Hills, Calif., aged 92; English surgical nurse who forsook her calling to perform surgery on some of the best-known motion pictures of the 20th century, earning an Academy Award for film editing in 1963)
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