PETER BOGDANOVICH - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 191417
PETER BOGDANOVICH Publicity photograph for his 1976 film, Nickelodeon. Photograph signed: "All the/best -/Peter/Bogdanovich". B/w, 8x10 overall, image 7¼x8 (one surface). Publicity photograph for his 1976 film, Nickelodeon. ©1976, Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc.
Sale Price $162.00
Publicity photograph for his 1976 film, Nickelodeon.
Photograph signed: "All the/best -/Peter/Bogdanovich". B/w, 8x10 overall, image 7¼x8 (one surface). Publicity photograph for his 1976 film, Nickelodeon. ©1976, Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. Captioned at lower margin: "DIRECTORIAL EYE - Film director Peter Bogdanovich carefully scans an off-camera scene during the filming of his seventh feature film since his 1968 'Targets' directing bow. The still camera caught the director at work during the filming of the new Columbia Pictures release of Bogdanovich's 'Nickelodeon,' a laugh-laden and touching 'slapstick drama' of the pioneer days of silent films. The new film stars Ryan O'Neal, Burt Reynolds, Tatus O'Neal, Brian Keith and Stella Stevens, and Jane Hitchcock and Joh Ritter are introduced in their screen debuts." Nickelodeon, which was released in 1976, starred Ryan O'Neal and his daughter, Tatum, who had previously appeared in Bogdanovich's Golden Globe-nominated film, Paper Moon (1973). Originally a film critic, Peter Bogdanovich (born in 1939) emerged as a promising young director with two critical and commercial successes, The Last Picture Show (1971, for which he was nominated for Academy Awards for Best Director and Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium and for a Golden Globe for Best Director - Motion Picture) and Paper Moon (1973, for which he was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Director - Motion Picture). A series of unsuccessful films, accompanied by marital and financial stresses, clouded his reputation later, but Bogdanovich showed he could still make good movies, releasing Saint Jack in 1979 and Mask in 1985. With fewer directorial opportunities, he returned to writing, and Bogdanovich also had some success as a supporting actor, notably in TV's The Sopranos (2000). Lightly creased at blank margins and corners, light black mark at lower right margin. Minor surface creases and scratches (most not evident head on), light scratches at facial image. Overall, fine condition.
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