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Lou Lombardo

Lowest Rated:   33% The Black Bird (1975)
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A film editor, producer, and director whose work on such films as The Wild Bunch (1969), Brewster McCloud (1970), and Moonstruck (1987) found him working with some of Hollywood's most prolific directors, Lou Lombardo's four-decade career in the film industry found the talented editor dabbling in numerous areas of film production. Beginning his career as an assistant to the producers in 1957's The James Dean Story, the burgeoning cameraman began his career as an editor on television's Felony Squad before moving on to features with The Name of the Game Is Kill (1968). Working consistently from the early '70s on, Lombardo would move on to producer with the 1975 feature The Black Bird, and director with that same year's Russian Roulette. After suffering a stroke in 1991, Lombardo remained in a coma until his death at the Motion Picture and Television Hospital in Woodland Hills, CA, in early May 2002. He was 70.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Naked Raygun: What Poor Gods We Do Make - The Story and Music Behind Naked Raygun
  • Actor
2007
No Score Yet P.K. and the Kid
  • Director
1987
64% Ladies and Gentlemen: The Fabulous Stains
  • Executive Producer
  • Producer
1981
47% Up in Smoke
  • Producer
1978
33% The Black Bird
  • Producer
1975
No Score Yet Ruleta Rusa
  • Director
1975

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