|Born||13 February 1912|
London, United Kingdom
|Died||1977 (aged 64–65)|
London, United Kingdom
|Other names||Lister Montague Laurance|
|Occupation||Film Editor, Director|
|Years active||1932–1950 (film)|
Lister Laurance (1912–1977) was a British film editor. He edited over a dozen films from 1932 to 1950 and direct one film, the 1937 film Mr. Smith Carries On .  
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