Robert S. Birchard

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Welcome to rsbirchard.com, and thanks for checking in.  This is where I get to toot my own horn and tout the books and articles I've written.  It is, I'm afraid, a place of shameless self promotion, full of the "in-your-face" sort of "look at me" kind of stuff that polite society frowns upon, but which the world of commerce demands.

Take a look around.  There are pages devoted to each of my books, as well as a listing of the articles I've published, and a resume of some of my work as an editor in TV and movies.  Drop me an e-mail, if you're so inclined, and I'll get back to you as quckly as I can.

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Robert S. Birchard

Robert S. Birchard is an award-winning film editor who brings an insider’s perspective and a great affection for the people who work in the picture business to his chronicles of the movies. He is the author of Cecil B. DeMille’s Hollywood, Silent-era Filmmaking in Santa Barbara, and King Cowboy: Tom Mix and the Movies and a contributing writer to the omnibus volumes M-G-M When the Lion Roars, Don Miller’s Hollywood Corral, The Encyclopedia of Early Film and Hollywood: The Movie Factory. His articles on Hollywood filmmakers have appeared in American Cinematographer, Statement, Film History, The Moving Image, Griffithiana, Daily Variety and Los Angeles Times Calendar. He is a past president and current board member of the preservation organization Hollywood Heritage, Inc. and is current president of The Society for Cinephiles/Cinecon which presents the annual Cinecon Classic Film Festival and contributes to film preservation projects.


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