Critic's Notebook: Garry Marshall Leaves a Legacy of Star Grooming and Storytelling

July 20, 2016 5:37 AM

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When you consider all of the things Garry Marshall did well as a writer and director and actor, it's notable that perhaps Garry Marshall was best as a raconteur. When you've created as many smash television hits and directed as many blockbuster films as he did, you're unquestionably a legend and few were better at being a legend than Marshall.

Garry Marshall died on Tuesday, July 19 at the age of 81, and between his 2012 memory My Happy Days in Hollywood and countless TV and radio and print podcast interviews, he marvelously told the stories of a life lived as a key piece of one of TV's golden ages, stories that also fueled and were fuele...

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