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On Location: Busy 'Argo' editor turns footage into breathless action
In the making of "Argo," editor William Goldenberg cut a million feet of film — more than 185 hours of raw footage — into a two-hour movie. "Argo," directed by and starring Ben Affleck, tells the story of the 1980 CIA-Canadian operation to rescue six fugitive American diplomatic personnel, disguised as a film crew, from revolutionary Iran.
By Cristy Lytal
November 29, 2012