Richard Bracken, Film Editor on Wes Craven Movies and ‘Rich Man, Poor Man,’ Dies at 90

Richard Bracken, Film Editor on Wes Craven Movies and ‘Rich Man, Poor Man,’ Dies at 90
Richard Bracken, a four-time Emmy-nominated film editor with credits including Ironside, Columbo, Rich Man, Poor Man and three Wes Craven movies, has died. He was 90.

Bracken died Thursday of kidney failure in Chatsworth, California, his daughter Kathleen Bracken said.

Bracken worked for Oscar-nominated producer Ross Hunter on the films The Thrill of It All (1963) and Madame X (1966); on the Arthur Hailey 1976 miniseries The Moneychangers; and on telefilms including 1978’s A Family Upside Down, starring Helen Hayes and Fred Astaire.

He also collaborated with director Wes Craven on Deadly Blessing (1981), Swamp Thing (1982) and The Hills Have Eyes Part II (1984).

Bracken received ...
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