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Vanessa is a novel writer, screenwriter, rep and a film producer. She shares her discoveries and film surprises. :-)

 


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Remembering Dino D Laurentiis

This past week on November 10, 2010, marked the death of a golden age Hollywood

producer, Dino De Laurentiis.

His death last week at the age of 91 has struck a cord for many cinephiles. For me, the

first thing that came to mind upon hearing his death was to praise him for the production

of one of my favorite films of all time, The Bounty (1984) starring Anthony Hopkins and

Mel Gobson.

 

In 1976, De Laurentiis left Italy for the USA to create his own film production studio (DEG)

De Laurentiis Entertainment Group.

Among Dino's films were:

Red Dragon (2002), Hannibal (2001),  U-571 (2000), Army of Darkness (1992), Dune (1984),

The Bounty (1984), Serpico (1973), Death Wish (1974), Ragtime (1981) and about 100 other films

which can be read on imdb.

 

 

For an article on his death and life works, read here:

http://www.premiumhollywood.com/tag/hannibal/

 

a mesmerizing clip of The Bounty here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3zF2bTHyKag

 

RIP Dino. We'll miss you and your films!

 

 

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