Directed/produced off-Broadway revival of "Once in a Lifetime" by Moss Hart
1 Biographical Movie |
3 Print Biographies |
9 Interviews |
11 Articles |
1 Pictorial |
1 Magazine Cover Photo |
Peter Bogdonovich | Derek Thomas
5' 10" (1.78 m)
Did You Know?
[ on The Last Picture Show
(1971)] We had such a bunch of good actors in that film. [The scene in which] Cloris Leachman [who won the best supporting actress Oscar for her role] throws that coffee pot and yells at Timothy Bottoms - Cloris did it brilliantly. She wanted to rehearse it and I kept saying, "I don't want to rehearse it; I want to see it for the first time when we actually roll." I had...
Bogdanovich's own story has been a remarkable if often tumultuous one - a story not entirely unlike Welles' own in its extremes of success and failure. Bogdanovich rocketed to fame in his 30s with a trio of beloved classics, "The Last Picture Show" (story-screenplay 1972) and "What's Up Doc" (story-screenplay, director 1972), "Paper Moon" (director 1973) and later with "At Long Last Love" (...
Always seen wearing a neck scarf