Richard Sylbert, the veteran movie production designer whose status in his profession is rivaled only by Dean Tavoularis, died Saturday, March 23, at the Motion Picture & Television Home in Woodland Hills, CA. The designer, who had been suffering from cancer, was 73. Sylbert won two Oscars, in 1966 for Mike Nichols' Who's Afraid of Virigina Woolf?, and in 1990, for Warren Beatty's Dick Tracy. But that doesn't begin to reflect his more than 40-year body of work. Here are a few of his ...

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