Peter Bogdanovich

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Peter Bogdanovich discusses the writing process for She's Funny That Way and how he assembled the cast for his latest release.

Peter Bogdanovich: She's Funny That Way

Peter Bogdanovich discusses the writing process for She's Funny That Way and how he assembled the cast for his latest release.

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Filmmaker Peter Bogdanovich has had a career marked by Oscar highs, traumatic lows, studio lawsuits, and scandalous love affairs.

Peter Bogdanovich

Filmmaker Peter Bogdanovich has had a career marked by Oscar highs, traumatic lows, studio lawsuits, and scandalous love affairs.

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