Daniel Raim

writer and director of “Harold & Lillian: A Hollywood Love Story”

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Writer and director of “Harold & Lillian: A Hollywood Love Story

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Harold Michelson worked as a storyboard artist. His wife Lillian was a researcher on hundreds of films, including “The Graduate” and “Scarface.”

The love story of little-known Hollywood fixtures

Harold Michelson worked as a storyboard artist. His wife Lillian was a researcher on hundreds of films, including “The Graduate” and “Scarface.”

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