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Herb and Dorothy Vogel redefine what it means to be an art collector.

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Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Paula Antebi ...
Herself - Herb's Sister
Will Barnet ...
Himself - Artist
Robert Barry ...
Himself - Artist
Lynda Benglis ...
Herself - Artist
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Himself - Mayor of New York City (archiveFootage)
Christo and Jeanne-Claude ...
Themselves - Artists
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Himself - Artist
Jack Cowart ...
Himself - Director, Roy Lichtenstein Foundation
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Herself - Curator, National Gallery of Art
Carole Hoffman ...
Herself - Dorothy's Sister-in-Law
Sidney S. Hoffman ...
Himself - Dorothy's Brother
Sol LeWitt ...
Himself - Artist (archiveFootage)
Joe Libonati ...
Himself - Postal Worker
Robert Mangold ...
Himself - Artist
Sylvia Mangold ...
Herself - Artist (as Sylvia Plimack Mangold)
John Paoletti ...
Himself - Art Historian
Lucio Pozzi ...
Himself - Artist
Charles Ritchie ...
Himself - Curator, National Gallery of Art
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Himself - Host, The Charlie Rose Show (archiveFootage)
Julie Salamon ...
Herself - Journalist, New York Times
Alan Shestack ...
Himself - Deputy Director, National Gallery of Art
James Siena ...
Himself - Artist
Susanna Singer ...
Herself - Artists Representative
Pat Steir ...
Herself - Artist
Robert Storr ...
Himself - Art Critic, Curator
Richard Tuttle ...
Himself - Artist
Archie Vogel ...
Himself - Cat
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Herself
Herbert Vogel ...
Himself
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Himself - CBS 60 Minutes Correspondent (archiveFootage)
John Weber ...
Himself - Art Dealer
Lawrence Weiner ...
Himself - Artist

Directed by

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Megumi Sasaki

Produced by

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Lilly Bright ... executive producer
Stanley F. Buchthal ... executive producer (as Stanley Buchthal)
Sally Jo Fifer ... executive producer
Maja Hoffman ... executive producer
Karl Katz ... executive producer
David Koh ... executive producer
Catherine Price ... executive producer
Megumi Sasaki ... producer
Takeshi Yamasaki ... associate producer

Music by

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David Majzlin

Film Editing by

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Bernadine Colish

Editorial Department

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Alex Berman ... colorist
Julie Criniere ... editor: trailer
Abbey Dubin ... post-production assistant
Audra Epstein ... post-production assistant
Ema Jitsukawa ... post-production assistant
Jeremy Krinsley ... post-production assistant
Eugene Lehnert ... on-line editor
Meera Menon ... post-production assistant
Jonathan Nastasi ... editor: trailer
Joseph Ruscitto ... associate editor
Jonathan Trimby ... post-production assistant

Production Management

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Mary Martin ... post-production producer
Richard O'Connell ... director of production: itvs
Jorge Trelles ... production manager
Chad Whitman ... post-production producer

Sound Department

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James Baker ... location sound
Brett Hammond ... location sound
Peter Levin ... re-recording mixer
Hiro Maeda ... location sound
James Nichols ... dolby consultant
Barbara Parks ... sound editor
Gabrielle Weiss ... location sound

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Danna Bremer ... motion graphics and title design
Einat Gavish ... motion graphics and title design
Bert Moss ... motion graphics / title designer

Camera and Electrical Department

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Axel Baumann ... camera
Ciro Caso ... additional camera
Chris Dapkins ... additional camera
Rafael de la Uz ... camera
Alan Deutsch ... additional camera
Morgan Fallon ... camera
Grant Gaughen ... additional camera (as Grant W. Gaughen)
Perry Grebin ... additional camera
Tempei Iwakiri ... additional camera
Leo Lawrence ... additional camera
Daniel Lehrecke ... additional camera
Daniel Marracino ... additional camera
Brian Murphy ... additional camera
Ian Saladyga ... camera
Megumi Sasaki ... additional camera
Sam Shinn ... additional camera
Erik Shirai ... camera
Vladimir Subotic ... camera
Katsuyoshi Tanaka ... still photographer
Hemant Tavathia ... additional camera operator (as Tavathia Hement)
Gabrielle Weiss ... additional camera

Music Department

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Lawrence Manchester ... music recording mixer: Avatar Studios
Paul Vazquez ... music recording engineer

Other crew

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Dorothy Alexander ... photograph source
David Antebi ... additional archival source
Robert Barry ... additional archival source
Rick Bartow ... web site designer
Guido Baselgia ... photograph source
Benjamin Blackwell ... photograph source
Lyn Blumenthal ... archival footage source
Peter Broderick ... distribution strategist
Lisa Callif ... clearance counsel
Christo ... additional archival source
Michael Clark ... additional archival source
Lori Derhagopian ... production assistant
John Dominis ... photograph source
Gianfranco Gorgoni ... additional archival source
Michael Halsband ... photograph source
Shiro Hayashi ... production assistant
Kate Horsfield ... archival footage source
David Horton ... photograph source
Gordon Hyatt ... additional archival source
Jeanne-Claude ... additional archival source
Dana Kirchoff ... archival researcher
Linda Lilienfeld ... archival researcher
Divya Madhusudhan ... archival researcher
Christopher Mako ... additional archival source
Fred McDarrah ... photograph source (as Fred W. McDarrah)
Katia McGuire ... archival researcher
Yuichiro Nonaka ... production assistant
Walter Russell ... additional archival source
Amy Schewel ... archival researcher
Judith Shea ... photograph source
Julia Siemon ... transcript: Transcript Associates
Innes Smolansky ... legal services: Donaldson & Callif
Michelle Stockman ... transcript: Transcript Associates
Allan Tannenbaum ... photograph source
Dorothy Vogel ... additional archival source / art source
Herbert Vogel ... additional archival source / art source
Zelda Wirtschafter ... archival footage source
Kunsthaus Zug ... photograph source

Thanks

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Toshio Adachi ... special thanks
Shinichiro Akasaka ... special thanks
Carey Ascenzo ... special thanks
Will Barnet ... special thanks
Robert Barry ... special thanks
Peter Bavaro ... special thanks
Lynda Benglis ... special thanks
Steve Bennett ... special thanks
John Chamberlain ... special thanks
Christo ... special thanks
Charles Clough ... special thanks
Harry Cooper ... special thanks
Nadine Covert ... special thanks
Charina Espino ... special thanks
Ted Feder ... special thanks
Ruth Fine ... special thanks
Gloria Gura ... special thanks
Maki Hatae ... special thanks
Beth Janson ... special thanks
Jeanne-Claude ... special thanks (as Christo & Jeanne-Claude)
Jim Jermanok ... special thanks
Jennifer Joy ... special thanks
Michael Joyce ... special thanks
Steve Keister ... special thanks
Steven Konick ... special thanks
Yasushi Koyama ... special thanks
Wendy Lehman ... special thanks
Ethan Levitas ... special thanks
Robert Mangold ... special thanks
Gloria McDarrah ... special thanks
Mary Jane McKinven ... special thanks
Jennifer Moon ... special thanks
Troy Myers ... special thanks
Aiko Nakasone ... special thanks
Claes Oldenburg ... special thanks
Gladys Pizarro ... special thanks
Nestor Pizzaro ... special thanks
Edda Renouf ... special thanks
Craig Robins ... special thanks
Peter Rosen ... special thanks
James Siena ... special thanks
Sandy Spencer ... special thanks
Pat Steir ... special thanks
Masako Tsumura ... special thanks
Keiko Tsuno ... special thanks
Seth Unger ... special thanks
Stephen A. Vigilante ... special thanks
Atsuko Watanabe ... special thanks
Lawrence Weiner ... special thanks
Barbara Wood ... special thanks
Masa Yanagi ... special thanks
Minoru Yasuda ... special thanks
Alon Yavni ... special thanks
Deborah Ziska ... special thanks

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

He was a postal clerk. She was a librarian. With their modest means, the couple managed to build one of the most important contemporary art collections in history. Meet Herb and Dorothy Vogel, whose shared passion and discipline have defied stereotypes and redefined what it means to be an art collector. Written by Anonymous

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Taglines You don't have to be a Rockefeller to collect art. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Эрб и Дороти (Russia)
Runtime
  • 87 min
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Box Office

Opening Weekend United States $9,242, 07 Jun 2009

Did You Know?

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Trivia Works from the National Gallery of Art, Vogel Collection, seen with on screen titles shown (artist name), in order of appearance: 1 - "Untitled, 1962" (John Chamberlain) 2 - "Floor Structure Black, 1965" (Sol LeWitt) 3 - "Four Paintings, 1978" (Robert Mangold) 4 - "X within Red/Green X, 1981" (Robert Mangold) 5 - "Four Color Frame Painting #1, 1984Robert Mangold) 6 - "49 Small Copper Cardinal, 1975" (Carl Andre) 7 - "Lead Pipe Cinch, 1970" (Carl Andre) 8 - "Untitled, 1968" (Donald Judd) 9 - "Untitled, 1965" (a) (Donald Judd) 10 - "Untitled, 1965" (b) (Donald Judd) 11 - "Starting with Four Colors, 1978" (Lucio Pozzi) 12 - "Study for Keith, 1970" (Chuck Close) 13 - "Collage of Valley Curtain, 1971" (Christo) 14 - "Drawing of The Gates, 1996" (Christo) 15 - "Art as Idea: Nothing, 1968" (Joseph Kosuth) 16 - "The Collectors, 1977" (Will Barnet) 17 - "Turn, 1965" (Richard Tuttle) 18 - "4th Summer Wood Piece, 1974" (Richard Tuttle) 19 - "Monkey's Recovery for a Darkened Room, 1983" (Richard Tuttle) 20 - "3rd Rope Piece, 1974" (Richard Tuttle) 21 - "Step Piece, 1970" (Vito Acconci) 22 - "Wall Drawing No. 681 C first installation, 1993" (Sol LeWitt) See more »
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