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Examining Arthur Penn and Raoul Walsh

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Author Nat Segaloff discusses his new book Arthur Penn: American Director, which chronicles the extraordinary career of the filmmaker behind classics such as Bonnie & Clyde and Little Big Man.

 

Author Marilyn Ann Moss reveals the fascinating and rich life of one of cinema's earliest pioneers as detailed in her new book Raoul Walsh: The True Adventures of Hollywood's Legendary Director.

 

Plus, the latest news and film reviews, including a critical analysis of Martin Scorsese's Hugo, the best and worst from writer/director Woody Allen, and the worst films from our best actors.

 

 

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