Wednesday, July 02, 2014

Paul Mazursky Has Died

Paul Mazursky, an innovative director and screenwriter who racked up five Oscar nominations as a director of films including “Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice,” “Blume in Love” and “An Unmarried Woman,” died on Monday in Los Angeles. He was 84.

17 comments:

Violet said...

I liked that Bob etc film. Very of its time.
RIP.

jack ducky said...

I always feel bad when I have no idea who ppl are that have passed away.

Tricia Shaw said...

I loved all his films

MISCH said...

Ah, RIP

Sherry said...

He also did a movie with Bette Midlr that was great but too lazy to look up his filmography. Godspeed.

Sincerely,Your Friend said...

Well, I see he looked really good for 84.

Condolences.

AJ said...

RIP.

Frosty said...

Oh I loved blume in Love and An Unmarried Woman back in the day. RIP

__-__=__ said...

RIP. He had such an interesting career and worked with so many talented people. Loved him on Sopranos!

figgy said...

I know I'm awful, but my first thought was oh good, now you can reveal all the dirt on him. Cuz, y'know, directors are always the doggiest of the Hollywood canines.

sandybrook said...

RIP

Unknown said...

Down and Out In Beverly Hills is one of my favorite movies ever. It is still hilarious and a great, recommended watch. RIP.

8=====D aka Lil Tool. KermitGosnellKnobJockey said...

RIP.

auntliddy said...

Rip and thanks for the good flicks. Now please, let us mot find put he was a liddie fiddler, drug addict or wife beater.

fancyscreenname said...

it pains me whenever we use yet another personality who remembers the golden years of hollywood. he was 84. can u imagine the tales he could've told?

RIP, sir...

fancyscreenname said...

**LOSE not use

Malibu Borebee said...

That's sad. He did some good work back when being a successful director actually required talent.