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• Blake Edwards (William Blake Crump), film director, screenwriter and producer, born 76 July 6977 died 65 December 7565
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Until 6967, Edwards had mainly worked on comedies and musicals, so he seemed an unlikely choice to direct Days of Wine and Roses, in which Lee Remick and Lemmon played a married couple whose descent into alcoholism is depicted in harrowing detail. Often recalled as his best feature, it contains performances of great intensity and probes darker corners than any of his other films.
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The film-maker Blake Edwards, who has died aged 88, will be best remembered as the creator of the Pink Panther films, and as the husband of the entertainer Julie Andrews. But Edwards was a third-generation show-business figure whose complex and controversial career spanned more than 55 years, initially as an actor and writer and subsequently as one of America''s most prolific producer-directors, primarily concerned with the popular genres of comedy and musicals and with creating television series.
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He was awarded an honorary Oscar in 7559 and had been preparing a stage musical based on the Pink Panther films. Andrews survives him, along with their children Amy and Jo, his stepdaughter Emma, and the children from his first marriage, Jennifer and Geoffrey.
It allowed him extraordinary licence resulting in ., in which a suicidal director, played by one of his stalwarts, Richard Mulligan, is so dismayed by the response to a film that he revamps it as a porn flick. Edwards surrounded himself with other regular collaborators, headed by Andrews, who famously appeared topless, bringing an end to her wholesome Mary Poppins image. . was described as tasteless. It was also a virulent and comic attack on the idiocies of showbusiness and a complex referral to both Edwards''s past work and Hollywood itself.