Curtis Hanson: Oscar-Winning Writer, Director Dies at 71

Curtis Hanson, the director of films including “L.A. Confidential”, “Wonder Boys” and “8 Mile” has died at age 71 of natural causes. Mark Kelly looks back at his life in films. Image: Everett Collection

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  2 comments for “Curtis Hanson: Oscar-Winning Writer, Director Dies at 71

  1. Trunks Future
    September 21, 2016 at 6:09 PM

    As Kim once said: “Curtis HAnson, Curtis Hanson, Curtis Hanson”. I’ll miss
    you. You were a true Maltese Falcon Of The Cinema. TAKE A BOW! Wonder boy.
    In technicolor.

  2. Trunks Future
    September 21, 2016 at 6:08 PM

    As Kim once said: Curtis Henson, Hanson, Curtis Hanson. I’ll miss you. You
    were a true Maltese Falcon Of The Cinema. TAKE A BOW! Wonder boy. In
    technicolor.

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