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"I ended up winning an Academy Award for Star Wars before I'd even started thinking about winning Academy Awards."
―Paul Hirsch, about the unexpected success of Star Wars[src]

Paul Hirsch (born November 14, 1945) is an American motion picture editor. He was an art history major who dropped out of Columbia University graduate school to pursue a career in editing trailers and montages. In the early 1970s he was introduced by his brother, Charles, to then-unknown filmmaker Brian De Palma.

In 1978, he, along with Richard Chew and Marcia Lucas, won the Academy Award for Film Editing for his work on Star Wars.

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