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Mort Fallick, RIP

Woodland Hills, CALIF. — Mort Fallick, a film editor with credits including “Love at First Bite” and TV’s “Moonlighting,” died April 22 of kidney failure at the Motion Picture & Television Fund’s Country House and Hospital here. He was 86.

MSTies will remember him for one of his first editing jobs, the educational short film LAST CLEAR CHANCE, seen in episode 520- RADAR SECRET SERVICE.

The Hollywood Reporter has the story.

Thanks to Tim for the heads up.

4 Replies to “Mort Fallick, RIP”

  1. Terry the Sensitive Knight says:

    At least he wasn’t hit by a train. RIP


  2. goalieboy82 says:

    Terry the Sensitive Knight:
    At least he wasn’t hit by a train. RIP

    why don’t they look.


  3. SaveFerris says:

    For some reason when I first saw this gentleman’s picture, it immediately made me think of what a much older Wayne Newton might one day look like (though obviously, with MUCH less hair!)….


  4. jay says:

    I have long been impressed with how the entertainment industry has taken care of its own. Name another industry that supports something like a country house and hospital for its workers. RIP


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