Film Pioneer George A Romero Has Died

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Film Pioneer George A Romero Has Died
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Romero--a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University that got an early start behind the camera doing work for Mr. Roger's Neighborhood--directed Night of the Living Dead, a film with a budget of less than $120,000 that became an international sensation after its 1968 release, giving both Romero and the zombie genre a permanent place in cinema. He didn't stop there, experiencing immense success with the first sequel, 1978's Dawn of the Dead, which grossed over $50 million, and Day of the Dead, which dropped in 1985. Romero was also responsible for adaptation of Stephen King and Edgar Allen Poe work--Creepshow and The Dark Half respectively--and eventually released a lesser known fourth installment of Dead, Land of the Dead, in 2005.

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