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Bill Gunn (born William Harrison Gunn; July 15, 1934 - April 5,
1989) was an American playwright, novelist, actor and film
director. His 1973 cult classic horror film Ganja and Hess was
chosen as one of ten best American films of the decade at the
Cannes Film Festival, 1973. His drama Johnnas won an Emmy award in
1972. A native of Philadelphia, Gunn wrote more than 29 plays
during his lifetime. He also authored two novels and wrote several
produced screenplays. He died from encephalitis at a Nyack, New
York hospital the day before his play, The Forbidden City opened at
the Public Theatre in New York City.
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