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Dennis Hopper dies at age 74

Dennis Hopper, who helped usher in a golden age of American independent cinema with 1969 landmark Easy Rider, has died aged 74.He died in his Los Angeles home, reportedly of complications from prostate cancer. Starting his Hollywood career in the fifties acting is such films as Rebel Without a Cause, Giant, Gunfight at the OK Corral and True Grit, Hopper teamed up with Peter Fonda and Terry Southern to write Easy Rider. Hopper ...

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