Knowledge Identifier: +Peter_Bogdanovich
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1939.
Countries: United States (72%), United Kingdom (10%), (5%)
Linked to: American Film Institute, Museum of Modern Art, The Directors Company, MovieMaker
Bogdanovich was influenced by the French critics of the 1950s who wrote for "Cahiers du Cinéma", especially critic-turned-director François Truffaut
Polly Platt - Platt was married to director Peter Bogdanovich from 1962 to 1971
North by Northwest - Hitchcock noted, in an interview with Peter Bogdanovich in 1963, "It's a fantasy
The Third Man - However, in a 1967 interview with Peter Bogdanovich, Welles said that his involvement was minimal: "It was Carol's picture"
Mamie Van Doren - In 1967, she appeared in "You've Got to Be Smart", and starred in another sci-fi film, "Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women" , the following year, directed by Peter Bogdanovich
Boris Karloff - In 1968 he starred in Targets, a film directed by Peter Bogdanovich about a young man who embarks on a spree of killings carried out with handguns and high powered rifles.
Cybill Shepherd - According to Shepherd's autobiography, it was a 1970 "Glamour" magazine cover that caught the eye of film director Peter Bogdanovich
Lisa Lu - Her film career took off in the 1970s with supporting roles in films like "Demon Seed" and Peter Bogdanovich's "Saint Jack"
Bob Rafelson - I had to direct one or two of the shows for television to set the pattern of how these things should be made" The show was produced during the first few years of the New Hollywood movement that would become mainstream in the 1970s with directors like Peter Bogdanovich, Francis_Ford_Coppola and Rafelson himself
Lonesome Dove (TV miniseries) - Originally developed in the 1970s as a script by McMurtry for director Peter Bogdanovich and stars Henry Fonda, John Wayne, and James Stewart, Lonesome Dove earned 18 Emmy nominations and inspired a pair of miniseries sequel as well as two attempts at an ongoing television series
The Other Side of the Wind - "'The Other Side of the Wind"' is an unfinished film directed by Orson Welles, shot between 1970 and 1976, and starring John Huston, Bob Random, Peter Bogdanovich, Susan_Strasberg and Oja Kodar, and is a satire of both the passing of Classic Hollywood, and the avant-garde film-makers of the New Hollywood of the 1970s
Bogdanovich co-wrote the screenplay with Larry McMurtry, and it won the 1971 BAFTA award for Best Screenplay
Citizen Kane - This angered many critics of the day, most notably critic-turned-filmmaker Peter Bogdanovich, a close friend of Welles who rebutted Kael's claims in an October 1972 article for "Esquire" titled "The "Kane" Mutiny
Hamilton Camp - His voice work as "Elle" the robot policeman in the 1978 film "Starcrash" is a cult favourite and had a memorable role in the 1976 Peter Bogdanovich film "Nickelodeon"
Teresa Carpenter's "Death of a Playmate" article about Dorothy Stratten's murder was published in "The Village Voice" and won the 1981 Pulitzer Prize, and while Bogdanovich did not criticize Carpenter's article in his book, she had lambasted both Bogdanovich and Playboy mogul Hugh Hefner, claiming that Stratten was a victim of them as much as of her husband, Paul Snider, who killed her and himself
Patti Hansen - She appeared in only three feature films including the 1981 romantic comedy "They All Laughed", directed by Peter Bogdanovich
Jonathan Rosenbaum - He edited "This is Orson Welles" by Welles and Peter Bogdanovich, a collection of interviews and other materials relating to Welles, and was consultant on the re-editing of Welles's "Touch of Evil" released in 1998, based on a lengthy memo written by Welles to Universal Pictures in the 1950s
Alfonso Cuaron - After this success, director Sydney Pollack hired Cuarón to direct an episode of "Fallen Angels", a series of neo-noir stories produced for the Showtime premium cable network in 1993; other directors who worked on the series included Steven Soderbergh, Jonathan Kaplan, Peter Bogdanovich and Tom Hanks
Thomas H. Ince - A 2001 film directed by Peter Bogdanovich, "The Cat's Meow", tells a tale based on the rumors
Marion Davies - The rumors were dramatized in the play "The Cat's Meow", which was later made into Peter Bogdanovich's 2001 film of the same name starring Edward Herrmann as Hearst, Kirsten Dunst as Davies, Eddie Izzard as Chaplin, Joanna Lumley as Elinor Glyn, Jennifer Tilly as gossip columnist Louella Parsons, and Cary Elwes as Ince
Orson Welles - In that year, legal complications over the ownership of the film forced the negative into a Paris vault where it remained until 2004, when Peter Bogdanovich announced his intention to complete the production
She's Funny That Way - The script was written by Peter Bogdanovich and ex-wife Louise Stratton, hoping to direct since 2005
The Other Side of the Wind - Crucially, sometime between 2008 and 2011, Peter Bogdanovich was finally granted access to the Paris vault, and viewed the original negative material, which he confirmed was in excellent condition, and of far better quality than the scratchy workprint material Welles had worked from
In 2012, Bogdanovich made news with an essay in the "Hollywood Reporter", published in the aftermath of the Aurora, Colorado theater shooting, in which he argued against excessive violence in the movies:
She's Funny That Way - "'She's Funny That Way"' is a 2014 American comedy-drama film directed by Peter Bogdanovich and co-written with Louise Stratten
Clare Grant - In 2015, Clare played a supporting role in the *award winning film by Antonia Bogdanvich, produced by Peter Bogdanovich, "://www
Buster Keaton - In 2018 filmmaker Peter Bogdanovich released "The Great Buster", a documentary about Keaton's life, career, and legacy