Who the Hell's In It?

Who the Hell's In It? : Conversations with Legendary Film Stars

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From Peter Bogdanovich - director, screenwriter, actor, and cinema scholar - 25 fascinating portraits of Hollywood's most acclaimed movie actors and actresses: stars whom he has known, admired, and occasionally worked with. Bogdanovich captures brilliantly - in their own words and his - the personality, the work, the style and the enduring iconic appeal of America's movie greats.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 544 pages
  • 210 x 270 x 10mm | 695g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Main
  • 120 b&w photos
  • 0571224318
  • 9780571224319
  • 640,587

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'An affectionate collection of pieces on 25 of Tinseltown's biggest stars that is so full of insight it makes you appreciate all the more the subtleties of Bogdanovich's front - of - camera work in The Sopranos.' Sunday Times 'A dazzling album of movie-star portraits... this book brings them to life through a mix of informal conversations, profiles and beautiful black and white photographs.' Sunday Express 'Bogdanovich's engaging assemblage of interviews and pen-portraits clings heroically to the notion that they don't make 'em like that anymore. And he's right.' Empire 'Full of fresh and entertaining details.' Sunday Telegraph
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About Peter Bogdanovich

Peter Bogdanovich is the author of thirteen books, including Who the Devil Made It, This Is Orson Welles, The Cinema of Howard Hawks and John Ford. His films as director include Targets, The Last Picture Show, What's Up, Doc?, Paper Moon and They All Laughed.
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