Remembering Roger Corman

The genius who produced more than 300 films, directed beloved movies like "The Little Shop of Horrors," and was credited with discovering such talents as Martin Scorsese, Robert De Niro and Francis Ford Coppola, died on May 9. "There isn't a modern Hollywood without legendary writer, director and producer Roger Corman. His passing at 98 is a profound loss to cinema," wrote director Joe Russo. "We are all in his debt." Here's a look at his life and career.

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