Nora Ephron was one of the most successful female filmmakers of all time. All told, her directorial efforts -- eight films, starting with "This Is My Life" in 1992 and continuing through "Julie & Julia" in 2009 -- earned over $510 million in domestic ticket sales. Ephron, who died on June 26 at the age of 71 after a battle with leukemia, was also the screenwriter behind the romcom hit "When Harry Met Sally."
Suffice it to say, she left an indelible mark on Hollywood -- both as an influence and a businesswoman.
Below, remember Ephron's largely successful career. Add your own remembrances of her and what she meant to the industry as a whole in the comments section below.
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