PROLIFIC MOVIE MAKER HAS DIED AT 89

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Bob Rafelson (February 21, 1933 – July 23, 2022)

(Hollywood Reporter) – Bob Rafelson, the writer, director,
producer and maverick who set the tone for the swinging,
psychedelic 1960s with The Monkees, then was a pioneer
in one of the most influential eras of independent film, 
history has died.

Rafelson, who collaborated with Jack Nicholson on seven
features, including the classics Easy Rider (1969), Five
Easy Pieces
(1970) and The King of Marvin Gardens (1972),
died Saturday night of natural causes at his home in Aspen,
Colorado.

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Rafelson (far right) with The Monkees.

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