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One Handshake Away: Peter Bogdanovich and the Icons of Cinema

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When iconic director, actor, critic and historian Peter Bogdanovich was getting his start in the movie business, he had the opportunity to interview some of the greatest directors of the Golden Age of Hollywood, including Alfred Hitchcock, Orson Welles, Howard Hawks, and John Ford. In the process, he accumulated a treasure trove of conversations with masters of cinema. Near the end of his own stor... more

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4.8 out of 5 stars from 126 ratings
  • Frustratingly Close To Perfection

    This podcast is one that I should absolutely love, one that feels like it was made for me…but… The person who cuts in (narrating and leaving their voice and laughter in) during the interviews ruins it. Unless you hear the raw footage no one can say for certain, but I feel just a bit more creative editing would make their presence completely unnecessary. It rips me out of the show. It’s comparable to watching a movie and having the director giving notes to the actors, laughing at jokes, and expla... more

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    Dr. Dicnose
    United States2 months ago
  • One more Visit with Bogdanovich

    A genuine delight to have a few more laughs and observations with Peter Bogdanovich. His commentaries have been incredible, invaluable company over the years—-and always inspiring. The conversations between filmmakers in “One Handshake Away” are a well-produced gift of a podcast. A final visit with the great cinema conversationalist.

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    Rocko Wheeler
    United States3 months ago
  • Entertaining...

    I’ve enjoyed the interviews tremendously, but there is a woman with an AI generated voice, it sounds like, doing narration, which is a little off-putting.

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    United States3 months ago
  • Thank you!

    It looks like the Tarantino podcast has been adjusted. Nice catch!

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    United States3 months ago
  • Great filmmakers of today

    Brilliantly done! It is engaging, a master class. Louise Stratten is superb!

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    United States3 months ago

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