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1 March 1975 (USA) See more »
A New Kind of Musical with 16 Great Songs! See more »
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  (in credits order)

Burt Reynolds ... Michael Oliver Pritchard III

Cybill Shepherd ... Brooke Carter

Madeline Kahn ... Kitty O'Kelly
Duilio Del Prete ... Johnny Spanish

Eileen Brennan ... Elizabeth

John Hillerman ... Rodney James

Mildred Natwick ... Mabel Pritchard
Quinn K. Redeker ... Kitty's Boyfriend (as Quinn Redeker)
J. Edward McKinley ... Billings (Poker Party)
John Stephenson ... Abbott (Poker Party)
Peter Dane ... Williams (Poker Party)
William Paterson ... Murray (Poker Party)
Lester Dorr ... Doorman
Liam Dunn ... Harry
Elvin Moon ... Elevator Boy

M. Emmet Walsh ... Harold
Burton Gilliam ... Man at Racetrack
Albert Lantieri ... Bookmaker
Leonard Lookabaugh ... Workman (as Len Lookabaugh)
Tanis Van Kirk ... Broadway Usherette

Ned Wertimer ... First Man (Nightclub)

Arthur Peterson ... George (Nightclub)
Barbara Ann Grimes ... Mildred (Nightclub) (as Barbara Ann Walters)
Roger Price ... Alfred
Violet Cane ... Vi (Nightclub)
Loutz Gage ... Captain Craig (Racquet Club)
Diane Wyatt ... First Couple (Racquet Club)
Clive Morgan ... First Couple (Racquet Club)

Patricia O'Neal ... Second Couple (Racquet Club)
Nelson Welch ... Second Couple (Racquet Club)
Morgan Farley ... Third Man (Racquet Club)
Gene LeBell ... Boxer
Robert Terry ... Fourth Man (Racquet Club)
Artie Butler ... Cab Driver

Basil Hoffman ... Theatre Manager
Donald Journeaux ... Man in Lobby

Jeffrey Byron ... Bellboy

Loyd Catlett ... Bellboy
Kevin O'Neal ... Telegram Bellboy

Antonia Bogdanovich ... Child (Lord & Taylor)
Sashy Bogdanovich ... Child (Lord & Taylor) (as Alexandra Bogdanovich)
Rita Loewen ... Salesgirl (Lord & Taylor)

Anna Thea Bogdanovich ... Salesgirl (as Anna Bogdanovich)
Maurice Prince ... Powder Room Attendant (Lord & Taylor)
Christa Lang ... Pregnant Lady (Lord & Taylor)
William Shepherd ... Tall Young Man ('400' Dance)
Manny Harmon ... Bandleader ('400' Dance)
Joy Merlyn ... Blocking the View Dancer
Roy Goldman ... Blocking the View Dancer
Fran Lee ... Blocking the View Dancer
James Mohlmann Jr. ... Blocking the View Dancer (as Jim Mohlman)
Tony Barbario ... The Primitive Man Dancer
William Bartlett ... The Primitive Man Dancer
Ian Bruce ... The Primitive Man Dancer
Ross DiVito ... The Primitive Man Dancer
John Hoey ... The Primitive Man Dancer
Jack Konzal ... The Primitive Man Dancer

Sam Kwasman ... The Primitive Man Dancer
Bert May ... The Primitive Man Dancer
David Panaieff ... The Primitive Man Dancer

Tucker Smith ... The Primitive Man Dancer
Bill Taliaferro ... The Primitive Man Dancer
Roy Wilson ... The Primitive Man Dancer
Bill Couch ... Tarzan
Roberta Lynn Haynes ... Showgirl
Stephanie Haines ... Showgirl
Maria Cokkinos ... Showgirl
Elizabeth Edwards ... Showgirl
Mary Peters ... Showgirl
Sheila Condit ... Showgirl

Directed by
Peter Bogdanovich 
Writing credits
Peter Bogdanovich (written by)

Produced by
Peter Bogdanovich .... producer
Frank Marshall .... producer
Original Music by
Cole Porter 
Cinematography by
László Kovács (director of photography) (as Laszlo Kovacs)
Film Editing by
Douglas Robertson 
Casting by
Ross Brown 
Production Design by
Gene Allen 
Art Direction by
John J. Lloyd  (as John Lloyd)
Set Decoration by
Jerry Wunderlich 
Costume Design by
Bobbie Mannix 
Makeup Department
Ken Chase .... makeup artist
Emma M. diVittorio .... hairdresser (as Emma di Vittorio)
Tom Ellingwood .... makeup artist
Carrie White .... hair styles creator
Marlene D. Williams .... hairdresser (as Marlene Williams)
Production Management
Mel Dellar .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jerry Ballew .... second assistant director
Mickey McCardle .... assistant director
Jack Frost Sanders .... trainee assistant director (as Jack Sanders)
Art Department
Jerry Graham .... property master
Gary F. Kieldrup .... props (as Gary Kieldrup)
Bob McLing .... props
Ed Shanley .... construction coordinator
Sound Department
Noel Bartlett .... sound engineer
Victor Goode .... boom operator
Don Hall .... sound editor
William Hartman .... sound editor
Eugene O'Brien .... boom operator
Theodore Soderberg .... sound re-recordist
Barry Thomas .... sound mixer
Special Effects by
Charles Spurgeon .... special effects
Camera and Electrical Department
Richmond L. Aguilar .... gaffer (as Richmond Aguilar)
Bobby Byrne .... camera operator
John J. Connor .... assistant camera (as John Connors)
Romeo De Santis Jr. .... best boy
William Kenney .... dolly grip (as Bill Kenney)
Leonard Lookabaugh .... key grip
Bruce McBroom .... still photographer
John Reynolds .... lighting technician
Calmar Roberts .... assistant camera (as Cal Roberts)
Paul Caven .... lighting technician (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Nancy McArdle .... wardrobe supervisor
Ed Wynigear .... wardrobe supervisor
Editorial Department
Bill Lindemann .... assistant editor
Ruth Shea .... negative cutter
Music Department
Harry Betts .... additional orchestrator
Artie Butler .... conductor
Artie Butler .... music supervisor
Dick Emmons .... musician: production pianist
Gary Fisher .... vocal coach
Ted Keep .... orchestral recording
Gus Levene .... orchestrator
Lionel Newman .... conductor
Lionel Newman .... music supervisor
Kenneth Wannberg .... music editor
Joan Zajac .... vocal coach
Other crew
Rita Abrams .... dance coordinator
Bill King .... craft service
Albert Lantieri .... dance coordinator
Howard Liebling .... unit publicist
George Morfogen .... dialogue coach
William Shepherd .... production assistant
Lois Thurman .... script supervisor
Debby Timmons .... location manager
Mae Woods .... assistant: Mr. Bogdanovich

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Also Known As:
"Peter Bogdanovich's At Long Last Love" - USA (poster title)
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118 min | Sweden:105 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Did You Know?

Elliott Gould turned down the role of the millionaire Michael Oliver Pritchard III.See more »
[Rodney, is driving Michael early in the morning]
Michael Oliver Pritchard III:What time is it Rod?
Rodney James:Six, sir.
Michael Oliver Pritchard III:Six?
Rodney James:Six.
Michael Oliver Pritchard III:Umm, I'm sick and tired of six.
Rodney James:Sir?
Michael Oliver Pritchard III:Why isn't it seven? Or even eight?
Rodney James:Well, it was just five recently, sir, and six comes before seven. And eight.
Michael Oliver Pritchard III:Oh, yes. I suppose there's a logic to that somewhere. But it's too tiring to think about.
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Movie Connections:
Referenced in A Decade Under the Influence (2003)See more »
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6 out of 8 people found the following review useful.
Cole Porter is Spinning in his Grave, 22 August 2008
Author: Bucs1960 from West Virginia

Just because you put some popular stars in a film along with Cole Porter's timeless rhythms, it does not a movie make!!! This is one great misfire and frankly the actors embarrass themselves in their attempt to make this worth watching. They may have been having fun but viewers were not. Burt Reynold, Cybil Shepherd and somebody named Dullio Del Prete (rising from and sinking to oblivion with one film) attempt to sing, dance and generally make merry to the songs of the 20s and 30s............and fail miserably. To add insult to injury, director Bogdanovich decided not to post sync the "singing" (I use the term loosely) and being out of breath does not add to one's tonal quality. I won't even mention the "dancing" (again, I use the term loosely). Well, maybe just to say "inept".

The only things worthwhile here are: (1) the presence of two wonderful characters....Eileen Brennan and Madeline Kahn. They could make an Army training film worth watching; (2) the great Art Deco sets: and, (3) those wonderful clothes of the time where gowns were clinging and all the women wore great hats.

Cole Porter wrote some of the finest popular songs in American music and the great sin here is that they had to be the linchpin of this dog of a film. Mr. Porter is probably spinning is his grave. For that matter so are Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers.

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