Della M. King

Della M. King was an Irish-born film editor active in Hollywood in the late 1910s and through the 1920s. She began working as a film cutter in the late 1910s, and her first known credit was on 1924's Behind Two Guns. She spent most of her career employed at Film Booking Offices of America. She also received a sole credit as cinematographer on 1925's The Speed Demon, and sole credit as a screenwriter on 1924's The Air Hawk. Her date of death is unknown.

Della M. King
OccupationFilm editor
Spouse(s)Thomas Hatch King

Selected filmography

As editor:

As writer:

As cinematographer:

  • The Speed Demon (1925)


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