This fifteen-minute featurette features director Peter Bogdanovich talking about his film PAPER MOON. The director talks about every aspect of the production from how he got involved with the film to how he got the O'Neil's on board and then why he wanted the title changed. As usual, the director might rub some people the wrong way but I've always been a fan of his so I enjoy these little chats that Paramount did for their DVDs of his films. I think this one features some pretty good stories told including how Tatum ended up getting the part as well as another actress in the film. There's also another story about Orson Welles (doesn't Bogdanovich always have one?) and his response to the new title. Polly Platt is also quickly interviewed and discusses some of the issues that came up with the locations and how they wanted to picture to be very authentic looking. Frank Marshall is also interviewed and comments on some of the cast members and talks about how Bogdanovich like to have actors from previous films. At such a short running time they can't get into too many details but fans of the film should still enjoy this look back at its making.
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