|Died||April 15, 2012 (aged 92)|
|Occupation||Director & Producer|
Alma Jane Gitnick
(m. 1941; div. 1979)
Paul Bogart (Bogoff) (November 13, 1919 – April 15, 2012) was an American television director and producer. Bogart directed episodes of the television series ‘’Way Out’’ in 1961, Coronet Blue in 1967, Get Smart, The Dumplings in 1976, All In The Family from 1976 to 1979, and four episodes of the first season of The Golden Girls in 1985. Among his films are Oh, God! You Devil, Torch Song Trilogy, Halls of Anger, Marlowe, Skin Game (both starring James Garner), and Class of '44. He won five Primetime Emmy Awards during his long career, from sixteen nominations. In 1991, he was awarded the French Festival Internationelle Programmes Audiovisuelle at the Cannes Film Festival.
Paul Bogart was born on November 13, 1919 in Harlem, Manhattan, New York City, New York, as Paul Bogoff. After serving in the US Army Air Force during the second world war, Bogart began his career in show-business as a puppeteer with the Berkeley Marionettes in 1946. From there he went on to be stage manager and associate director at the television network NBC, working on live teleplays for the Kraft Television Theatre and Goodyear Playhouse.
Bogart's children are daughter Tracy Bogart (artist, actress, business owner of Malibu gift shop The West End and Chapel Hill Yoga Studio Triangle Yoga); daughter Jennifer Bogart (married twice to actor Elliott Gould), and son Peter Bogart (assistant director).
- Pinocchio (1957)
- Hansel and Gretel (1958)
- Ten Little Indians
- The Citadel (1960)
- Ages of Man (1960)
- The Three Sisters (1966)
- An Enemy of the People (1966)
- The Final War of Olly Winter (1967)
- Hal Holbrook: Mark Twain Tonight! (1967)
- Carousel (1967)
- Johnny Belinda (1967)
- Kiss Me Kate (1968)
- Marlowe (1969)
- Halls of Anger (1970)
- In Search of America (1971)
- Skin Game (1971)
- Look Homeward, Angel (1972)
- Cancel My Reservation (1972)
- The House Without a Christmas Tree (1972)
- Class of '44 (1973)
- The Thanksgiving Treasure (1973)
- Double Solitaire (1974)
- The Country Girl (1974)
- Tell Me Where It Hurts (1974)
- Mr. Ricco (1975)
- Winner Take All (1975)
- The Easter Promise (1975)
- The Owl and the Pussycat (1975)
- The War Widow (1976)
- You Can't Take It with You (1979)
- Fun and Games (1980)
- Oh, God! You Devil (1984)
- The Canterville Ghost (1986)
- Nutcracker: Money, Madness and Murder (1987)
- Torch Song Trilogy (1988)
- Broadway Bound (1992)
- The Last Mile (1992)
- The Gift of Love (1994)
- The Heidi Chronicles (1995)
- Martin, Douglas (April 18, 2012). "Paul Bogart, TV Director, Dies at 92". The New York Times. p. A25. Retrieved April 19, 2012.
- Maslin, Janet (November 9, 1984). "Oh God You Devil (1984) MOVIES: BURNS IN 'OH GOD! YOU DEVIL'". The New York Times. Retrieved 21 June 2015.
- Maslin, Janet (December 14, 1988). "Torch Song Trilogy (1988) Review/Film; A Bittersweet View of the Gay Life". The New York Times.
- Gergen, Ronald (April 18, 2012). "Paul Bogart obituary". The Guardian.
- Paul Bogart on IMDb
- Profile at Museum of Broadcast Communications
- Paul Bogart at The Interviews: An Oral History of Television
- Paul Bogart Dies at 92; Emmy-Winning TV Director, The Los Angeles Times
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