Garry Marshall, creator of Happy Days and director of Pretty Woman, has died. He was 81. In 1989, the beloved director wrote a first-person narrative on the success of his hit show Happy Days and discovering Robin Williams. Read the full story below.
The first day of every season, I'd make the actors and the staffs of the shows I was producing come together in the commissary and I'd give a little welcome, like it was camp, Camp Marshallmount. Everybody, we would meet. You shouldn't not talk. They should know each other. I'd try to keep them from...
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