Director Garry Marshall attends the premiere of "Mother's Day" in Los Angeles April 13, 2016. REUTERS/Phil McCarten/File Photo
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Hollywood director, producer and comedy giant Garry Marshall died Tuesday at the age of 81, leaving a legacy that includes "Happy Days," "Pretty Woman" and countless other iconic hits.Marshall began writing and directing feature films in the 1980s, and was the creative force behind cult hit "Beaches" (1989).The multi-talented Marshall was also known as a talented actor, starring in "A League of Their Own" and taking several TV roles in the 1990s.His last three directing credits, star-studded ensemble comedies "Valentine's Day" (2010), "New Year's Eve" (2011) and this year's "Mother's Day," were panned by critics but Marshall got the last laugh, scooping healthy box office numbers.
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