Garry Marshall knows how to make people laugh. The man's been doing it since he first started writing jokes for Jack Parr on The Tonight Show. From his mind sprung classic TV shows like Happy Days and Laverne & Shirley, and under his direction, films such as Pretty Woman and The Princess Diaries became Hollywood blockbusters. Here, the 70-year-old writer/director (and sometime actor) tells TV Guide Online about his film Raising Helen (out this week on DVD) and why saying his name always makes us smile.
TVGO: What was it like directing Kate Hudson?Garry Marshall: She's fearless and will try anything. She has learned from her family about how to work and how to be a professional. She has a certain bubbly thing that gets up there on screen. Maybe it's because she hears music in her head a lot when she's acting.
TVGO: I just hear voices.Marshall: Voices I hear also.
TVGO: Do you immedi