One-Eyed Jacks (1961)

Running from the law after a bank robbery in Mexico, Dad Longworth finds an opportunity to take the stolen gold and leave his partner Rio to be captured. Years later, Rio escapes from the prison where he has been since, and hunts down Dad for revenge. Dad is now a respectable sheriff in California, and has been living in fear of Rio’s return.

(Plot summary written by Ken Yousten)


Runtime original: 02:21:00

Runtime at 90to5: 00:05:43

Director: Marlon Brando

Writer: Guy Trosper (screenplay), Calder Willingham (screenplay), Charles Neider (novel “The Authentic Death of Hendry Jones”)

Editor: Archie Marshek

90to5 Editor: Stephanie Cairns

90to5 Editor Website:

90to5 Editor Bio: I’ve liked editing for many years now and my goal is to get into the industry to work for my one great love; Television.

This is probably one of the most challenging things I’ve ever done and I’m very proud of what I’ve achieved.

— Stephanie Cairns



Notes on Voting

Public voting for the 90to5 Editing Challenge 2012 has closed


11 Responses

  1. Good Job Stephanie!!

  2. awesome work! You definitely deserve a win after your hard work and great editing

  3. Well done Stephanie!

  4. You did an amazing job by showing the audience the entire movie in how it was plotted out. I actually enjoyed the idea you created and inspired me to watch the movie… It also occurred to me in an unrelated subject that, Billy Zane Looks like a young Marlon Brando at his age. In all, You did a fantastic job for a movie of it’s time. Cheers!

  5. Well done Stephanie you have done a good job on the editing , you captured the story and it was very easy watching congratulations and Good Luck

  6. Your job of editing is much better than the original editor’s. The 5 minute version is far more watchable. Good luck.

  7. Congratulations Steph! Absolutely brilliant. I have learnt two things: Karl Malden was obviously born with that nose (imagine his mother’s shock!) and Marlon Brando also was obviously born with an undiagnosed speech impediment, yet they both managed to climb the fame ladder successfully! Why can’t all movies be like the inside cover of a book, and give you a precise to see if you would like to watch the whole thing? Thank you Stephanie, you are a wonder and we need more of you in this editing world.

  8. Great work Stephanie, you are very talented in this field of editing. All the best.

  9. Good job and well done Stephanie.

  10. You’ve been quite brave in doing a 5′ edit of such a long film! You really did a good summary. Nonetheless, quite a lot of cuts are somewhat rough (especially audio cuts), innit? To sum up: you did a great ‘macrostructure’ but not such a great ‘ministructure’. At least to me, sure! What do you thing about that? Anyhow: congrats! 😉

    Hope you have luck on your side in order to jump into television! I’m very confident about that Stephanie!

  11. I dont know who this Stephanie is however – That was awesome dude! I don’t have to watch the whole movie now, and I have saved time in my busy day, The votes are in, the winner is clear!

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