Peter Bogdanovich

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  • Birth Place: Kingston, New York, United States
  • Profession: Director, Actor, Producer

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The Good Wife's Melissa George Welcomes a Boy

It's a boy, but his name is definitely not Peter! Melissa George, who is recurring on The Good Wife this season as Peter Florrick's in-house ethics counsel Marilyn Garbanza, welcomed a boy on Feb. 6, she announced on Twitter. "Welcome to the world! O… Read more

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Voyage To The Planet Of Prehistoric Women - Official Trailer
02:44 — Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women is a 1968 science fiction film directed by Peter Bogdanovich. The film is an adapted version of Curtis Harri (more…)
Cold Turkey - Trailer 1
01:59 — All hell breaks loose when estranged daughter Nina returns home for Thanksgiving dinner with her eccentric family in this black comedy featuring Chery (more…)
Queen of the Lot - Trailer 1
02:11 — An aspiring actress tries to manage her sudden fame.
She's Funny That Way
00:45 — Gearing up for the production of his latest play, Broadway director Arnold Albertson (Owen Wilson) arrives in New York City ahead of his family and tr (more…)

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Top Moments: Awkward Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder and Alex Trebek Raps!

Our top moments of the week:

  1. Most Brutal Setback: After nearly dying trying to save a b…

Orson Welles
Peter Bogdanovich on the Night Orson Welles Punk'd America

Were we really that naive? The PBS American Experience documentary War of the Worlds (Tuesday, Oct.…

Peter Bogdanovich; John Ford on the set
Ford Tough: Bogdanovich, Spielberg and Others Remember a Legend

Director Peter Bogdanovich (The Last Picture Show, Paper Moon) pays tribute to a cinema giant in Tur…

What, if anything, do <EM>Star Wars</EM>, <EM>Mission: Impossible,</EM> and <EM>Jaws</EM> have in common?
What's the Secret to Blockbuster Success?

What is the formula for blockbuster-movie success? And how does it differ from the recipe for disast…

What, if anything, do <EM>Star Wars</EM>, <EM>Mission: Impossible,</EM> and <EM>Jaws</EM> have in common?
What's the Secret to Blockbuster Success?

What is the formula for blockbuster-movie success? And how does it differ from the recipe for disast…