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-'''''Georgia Rule''''' is a [[2007 in film|2007]] [[comedy-drama]] [[film]] directed by [[Garry Marshall]] and starring [[Jane Fonda]], [[Lindsay Lohan]], [[Felicity Huffman]], [[Dermot Mulroney]], [[Garrett Hedlund]] and [[Cary Elwes]]. The original music score was composed by [[John Debney]]. The film is rated [[Motion Picture Association of America film rating system|R]] for sexual content and some language. The film was released on [[May 11]] [[2007]]. The film produced middling returns at the box office and received mostly negative reviews from critics. 
 +'''Garry Kent Marshall''' (born November 13, 1934) is an [[United States|American]] actor, director, writer and producer. His notable credits include creating ''[[Happy Days]]'' and directing ''[[Nothing In Common]]'', ''[[Pretty Woman]]'', ''[[Runaway Bride (1999 film)|Runaway Bride]]'', ''[[Valentine's Day (film)|Valentine's Day]]'', and ''[[The Princess Diaries (film)|The Princess Diaries]]''.
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Garry Kent Marshall (born November 13, 1934) is an American actor, director, writer and producer. His notable credits include creating Happy Days and directing Nothing In Common, Pretty Woman, Runaway Bride, Valentine's Day, and The Princess Diaries.



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