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Los Feliz 3 | ‘I Guess You’ve Noticed Something a Little Strange with Dad’: Father’s Day at the American Cinematheque
Also part of the ‘Movies You Have Already Seen And Ones You Haven’t: A Monthly Tribute To The Films Of Peter Bogdanovich’ Series
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Director Peter Bogdanovich’s Depression-era tale of confidence man Ryan O’Neal and his young daughter (Tatum O’Neal, who won a Best Supporting Actress Oscar) fleecing naive citizens from town to town in the American Midwest is rendered in glistening and appropriately gritty black, gray and white tones by cinematographer Laszlo Kovacs. Co-starring Madeline Kahn and John Hillerman.
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