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Gail Werbin

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Gail Werbin
BornGail Marie Werbin
Kansas City, Missouri, USA
💀DiedSeptember 24, 1982
Orange County, California, USASeptember 24, 1982
🏳️ Nationality
🏫 EducationUniversity of Michigan
University of Southern California
💼 Occupation
Film editor, football player
👩 Spouse(s)Ernest Wolinsky (m. 1976, div. 1976)

Gail Werbin was an American film editor and football player for the Los Angeles Dandelions of the short-lived National Women's Football League.

Biography[edit]

Werbin was born in 1946, daughter of Harry Werbin, a distance runner.[1] During high school and college, she competed in swimming events for the Kansas City Jewish Community Center,[1] and then for Kansas City Athletic Club[1] and the University of Michigan.[1] In 1965, she competed in the 7th Maccabiah Games in Israel, in the 200 meter breaststroke, 400 meter medley relay, and high jump events.[1] A 1967 graduate of the University of Michigan who went on to get a master's degree in filmmaking at the University of Southern California, Werbin played for the professional Los Angeles Dandelions women's football team while editing films like Rock 'n' Roll High School, On the Run,[2] and J-Men Forever.[3] Her work on the latter film, a collage film that edits together scenes from numerous Republic Pictures' serials,[4] was singled out for praise by Leonard Maltin in his Movie Guide.[5]

She held a fellowship at the American Film Institute.[6] Her 27-minute short film, Sylvia for the Lack of Love, screened at the 1977 Filmvid event in Los Angeles.[7][8]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 McCuistion, George E. (6 August 1965). "Israel Next Stop for This Swimmer". The Kansas City Times. Kansas City, Missouri. p. 35. Retrieved 7 May 2019.
  2. American Film Festival. Educational Film Library Association. 1980. Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png
  3. The Michigan Alumnus. UM Libraries. 1972. Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png
  4. Hise, James Van (1990). Serial adventures. Pioneer Books. pp. 61–62. Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png
  5. Maltin, Leonard (2014-09-02). Leonard Maltin's 2015 Movie Guide. Penguin. p. 734. ISBN 9780698183612. Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png
  6. Barker, Mayerene (September 2, 1973). "Her Friends Tried to Discourage Her, But She Became a Football Player". The Los Angeles Times.
  7. Klotman, Phyllis Rauch (1991). Screenplays of the African American Experience. Indiana University Press. ISBN 9780253206336. Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png
  8. Gross, Linda (November 9, 1977). "Person to Person Via Filmvid". The Los Angeles Times.