Edward B. Jarvis
|Years active||1930 - 1963|
Edward B. Jarvis (sometimes known as E.B. Jarvis) was a British film editor who worked on over fifty productions during his career including Meet Me at Dawn (1947).  He spent much of his career working for ABPC at Elstree Studios.
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