Lost Nicholas Ray pics found

Photog Andy Romanoff discoveres cache of photos

Photog Andy Romanoff recently discovered a cache of pics of Nicholas Ray that were lost for 40 years. The exhibit “Nicholas Ray at the Chateau Marmont,” documenting the helmer at work on his last film, 1976’s “We Can’t Go Home Again,” opens Wednesday at the Prospectus gallery in the Pacific Design Center.

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