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- December 11, 2006
- Vol. 66
- No. 24
Robert Altman 1925-2006
Movie Stars Loved Him, Critics Revered Him. The Director Made His Mark on Hollywood by Never Following Its Rules
In fact, throughout some 36 movies, the Kansas City, Mo., native made a career out of bucking Hollywood, standing up to studio execs and having actors improvise and overlap dialogue. "He would say, 'The best thing you can do is surprise me,' "says actor Peter Gallagher (The Player). That wasn't Altman's only adage; at his deathbed, his six children took turns reciting his one-liners. Corriere bid farewell with her favorite: "See you in the next reel."
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