Amy Scott

director of the documentary “Hal”

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Director Hal Ashby was a prolific director in the 1970s. He made seven movies in nine years, including “Harold and Maude,” “Shampoo,” “Being There.”

Hal Ashby’s influential, subversive, and short run at making iconic 1970s movies

Director Hal Ashby was a prolific director in the 1970s. He made seven movies in nine years, including “Harold and Maude,” “Shampoo,” “Being There.”

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