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Philip Martin (I) (1916–1974)

Phil Martin was born on June 9, 1916 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. His father, Phil, Sr., owned the first "nickelodeon" in Pittsburgh in the early 1900's and later became Supervising Engineer and Inspector of the U.S. Soldiers' Home in Washington, D.C. where Phil, Jr. spent his boyhood days along with his sisters Lydia, Cecilia and Lillian. His ... See full bio »

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 1951 Warpath
 1949 21st Annual Academy Awards (TV Special) (film editor)
 1948 If You Knew Susie (film editor)
 1947 Riffraff
 1946 Dick Tracy vs. Cueball (as Philip Martin Jr.)
 1946 Twin Husbands (Short) (as Phil Martin Jr.)
 1946 Badman's Territory (as Philip Martin Jr.)
 1946 The Falcon's Alibi (as Philip Martin Jr.)
 1945 The House I Live In (Short) (as Philip Martin Jr.)
 1945 First Yank Into Tokyo (as Philip Martin Jr.)
 1945 Zombies on Broadway (as Philip Martin Jr.)
 1945 Two O'Clock Courage (as Philip Martin Jr.)
 1944 Tall in the Saddle (as Philip Martin Jr.)
 1944 Marine Raiders (as Philip Martin Jr.)
 1943 The Iron Major (as Philip Martin Jr.)
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Philip Martin Jr | Philip Martin Jr. | Phil Martin Jr.

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