Norman Wanstall is a British sound editor. His involvement with EON Productions' 007 film franchise began with the 1962 film Dr. No and concluded with You Only Live Twice in 1967. He would later be involved with the unofficial James Bond film Never Say Never Again in 1983.[1] At the 37th Academy Awards on 5th April 1965, American actress Angie Dickenson presented the Oscar for Best Sound Editing to Norman Wanstall for his work on Goldfinger.[2] It would be the first Oscar won for a James Bond film.[3]


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