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Legendary Hungarian DP Laszlo Kovacs dies at 74

Laszlo Kovacs, the Hungarian-born cinematographer who fled his country during the 1956 revolution and went on to become one of the most influential DPs in Hollywood, died at his Beverly Hills home on Jul 22, aged 74.Kovacs amassed a sterling body of work during the late 1960s and early 1970s that included Easy Rider, Five Easy Pieces, That Cold Day In The Park, Paper Moon, and Shampoo. His later ...

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