From The New York Times — 12/17/2008 G. Franco Romagnoli, who, with his wife, Margaret, helped introduce Americans to authentic Italian home cooking on the 1970s PBS series “The Romagnolis’ Table” and in a series of best-selling cookbooks, died Monday in Boston. He was 82 and lived in Watertown, Mass. His son Marco confirmed the…

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From Peter Hollander What are those two guys doing in the fountain? I don’t remember, but that’s Franco Romagnoli on the Arriflex and Peter clenching his pipe between his teeth giving instructions to two kids schnorkeling in the fountain. How can he talk that way? I remember nothing about this location shoot except that the…

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