Filmography

by Peter Bogdanovich
August 2, 2010 8:40 AM
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Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers: Runnin’ Down a Dream (2007) Hustle (2004) The Sopranos: Sentimental Education (2004)
The Mystery of Natalie Wood (2004) The Cat’s Meow (2002) A Saintly Switch (1999)
Naked City: A Killer Christmas (1998) Rescuers: Stories of Courage: Two Women (1997) The Price of Heaven (Blessed Assurance) (1997)
To Sir, with Love II (1996) Perfect Crimes Vol. 3 (Fallen Angels: A Dime a Dance) (1995) Picture Windows: Song of Songs (1994)
The Thing Called Love (1993) Noises Off (1992) Texasville (1990)
Illegally Yours (1988) Mask (1985) They All Laughed (1981)
Saint Jack (1979) Nickelodeon (1976) At Long Last Love (1975)
Daisy Miller (1974) Paper Moon (1973) What’s Up, Doc? (1972)
Directed by John Ford (1971; new version 2006) The Last Picture Show (1971) Targets (1968)
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3 Comments

  • Kevin Barry | November 1, 2011 11:50 AMReply

    Mr. Bogdanovich:

    I saw At Long Last Love again via Netfilx streaming (not an easy film to see, by the way) and the aspect ratio seemed a bit tight to me. The Internet Movie Database lists it as 1.85:1, but did you perhaps shoot it open matte? I saw it at the Music Hall in its initial engagement and I could swear it looked more like 1.37:1, tipping its top hat to the period.

  • Wesley Pratt | September 23, 2010 10:40 AMReply

    For anyone that enjoys classic films and the history of the movies, you owe to yourself to see DIRECTED BY JOHN FORD. Ford was one of the pioneers of cinema and his career is well chronicaled in this insightful documentry.

  • Rocky | September 23, 2010 3:53 AMReply

    Just so you know, To Sir With Love II has just been released on region 1 DVD through Sony's manufacturing on demand program. I'm not sure how it compares with the Warner Archive program, but it is pretty neat.

    http://www.sonypictures.com/homevideo/catalog/catalogDetail_DVD043396359840.html

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