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    R.I.P. Paul Mazursky (1930-2014): Watch 2 1/2-Hour Talk With Writer/Director About His Career

    He may not have been as well known as his contemporaries of the American golden age of cinema—Robert Altman, Woody Allen, Martin Scorsese, Bob Rafelson etc.—but Paul Mazursky was just as influential. A writer, director and actor, Mazursky cemented his reputation with relationship films like "Bob and...

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    RIP Paul Mazursky, Brilliant Hollywood Writer-Director (VIDEO INTERVIEW AND CLIPS)

    After battling a long illness, writer-director Paul Mazursky died in Los Angeles on June 30 of pulmonary cardiac arrest. He was 84. Luckily for me, some years ago my friend Joan Cohen pulled me into an annual dinner party held around the time of the Oscars with Paul and Betsy Mazursky and other clos...

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    Paul Mazursky to Receive Writers Guild West's 2014 Screen Laurel Award

    Writer, director and actor Paul Mazursky is set to receive the Writers Guild West's Screen Laurel Award at the upcoming 2014 ceremony. The honor recognizes Mazursky's lifetime of work in the film industry.

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    Paul Mazursky to Receive Star on Walk of Fame, Readies New Podcast 'It's All Crap' with Mel Brooks, Leonard Nimoy and More

    The great Paul Mazursky is getting a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame December 13 (all together now: “Doesn’t he HAVE one already??!) and there’s a premature sense of the valedictory hanging over the occasion. OK, maybe the director of “Harry and Tonto,” “An Unmarried Woman,” “Down and Out in Beve...

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