Galloping tintypes: “Nickelodeon” (Director’s Cut and Original Theatrical Version, 1976) — So few critics, so many poets

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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