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Bogdanovich

 

a city, the administrative center of Bogdanovich Raion, Sverdlovsk Oblast, RSFSR. A junction of railroad lines to Sverdlovsk, Tiumen’, Cheliabinsk, and Serov. Located 99 km east of Sverdlovsk. Population, 25,000 (1967). There is a factory producing fireproof goods, supplied mainly by the plastic clays of the nearby Troitsko-Bainovskii deposits. Bogdanovich also has a crosstieimpregnating plant, a large meat combine, a dairy, and a technicum of mining and ceramics. Bogdanovich was founded in 1885 and was reorganized into a city in 1947.

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The character of Kutuzov and reflections on the unsatisfactory results of the battles at Krasnoe, by Bogdanovich.
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Directed by Peter Bogdanovich (Paper Moon, The Last Picture Show), the film is a hectic, old-fashioned farce packed with coincidences with women hiding from wives in shower cubicles.
It really put Peter Bogdanovich on the map - but it also cost him his marriage as he fell in love with Cybill Shepherd as she made her big-screen debut.
Born in New York in 1939 after his Serbian father and Jewish Austrian mother fled the Nazis, Peter Bogdanovich has enjoyed a career that has included acting, writing, producing, film criticism and, most notably, directing.
The Ruthin-raised actor will play a film star in the movie which marks the return to the fray of legendary director Peter Bogdanovich after more than a decade away from the showbiz spotlight.
The Peter Bogdanovich directed film is produced by Wes Anderson and Noah Baumbach and stars Owen Wilson, Jennifer Aniston, Cybil Shepherd, Imogen Poots and others.
Hemingway to Lili Taylor to Peter BogdanoviCh, lots of celebrations (the opening night party at Van Wezel, Tribute Luncheon and Cinema Tropicale at the Sarasota Yacht Club, the Late Night Unwrap Party at The Francis) and a plethora of films of all kinds, from shorts to features to documentaries.
Paul Newman and daughter Nell Potts were originally in line to play the lead roles when John Huston was directing, however this changed when he bowed out of directing duties and was replaced by Peter Bogdanovich.
The critical and popular success of "Picture Show," and its two supporting actor Oscars, established Bogdanovich as America's cinematic wunderkind and invited inevitable comparisons with his mentor, Welles.