|Died||20 February 2002|
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
|Years active||1928–1970 (film)|
Jean Oser (1908–2002) was a German-American film editor. He was born in the Alsatian capital of Strasbourg which then part of the German Empire but was subsequently transferred to France. He never had a French citizenship. He is sometimes credited as Hans Oser.
In the 1970s he taught at the University of Regina Department of Film.
- Land Without Women (1929)
- The Call of the North (1929)
- The Night Belongs to Us (1929)
- Dreyfus (1930)
- End of the Rainbow (1930)
- The Threepenny Opera (1931)
- L'Atlantide (1932)
- The Lafarge Case (1938)
- Sarajevo (1940)
- White p.368
- Susan M. White. The Cinema of Max Ophuls: Magisterial Vision and the Figure of Woman″. Columbia University Press, 1995.
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