Charles Michener

Cultural journalist

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Cultural journalist based in New York; former senior editor at Newsweek and New Yorker magazines, and a long-time friend of Robert Altman

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He created some of the most influential movies of the past forty years: MASH, McCabe and Mrs Miller, Nashville, The Long Goodbye, The Player.  Just this year, he released what would…

Filmmaker Robert Altman Dies

He created some of the most influential movies of the past forty years: MASH, McCabe and Mrs Miller, Nashville, The Long Goodbye, The Player.  Just this year, he released what would…

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He created some of the most influential movies of the past forty years: MASH, McCabe and Mrs Miller, Nashville, The Long Goodbye, The Player.  Just this year, he released what would…

Filmmaker Robert Altman Dies

He created some of the most influential movies of the past forty years: MASH, McCabe and Mrs Miller, Nashville, The Long Goodbye, The Player.  Just this year, he released what would…

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