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Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Sadness

Posted By on Tue, Nov 21, 2006 at 1:27 PM



Robert Altman died last night in Los Angeles.  He was 81.  Altman was a brilliant director with a filmography as grand as any.  Pay tribute and watch one of his films tonight. 

Your comments about his career, films, especially your favorites, are welcomed.  I adored his work. 

Here's a story from the New York Times.

BSR Robert Altman Top 10

1.  The Player
2.  Gosford Park
3.  M*A*S*H
4.  Nashville
5.  A Prairie Home Companion
6.  Tanner '88/Tanner on Tanner
7.  The Company
8.  Short Cuts
9.  McCabe and Mrs. Miller
10. The Long Goodbye





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