By Scott Ross Like his friend and sometime mentor Orson Welles, Peter Bogdanovich was fascinated by the very early days of American moviemaking and longed to make a picture about them, especially after interviewing Allan Dwan and Raoul Walsh, both of whom were there from the beginning. Many of their anecdotes (and those of Leo […]
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