Pieces of Time

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Pieces of Time
Author Peter Bogdanovich
Country United States
Language English
Publication date
1973

Pieces of Time is a 1973 book by Peter Bogdanovich consisting of a collection of writings by Bogdanovich on film, including pieces he had previously written for Esquire.[1][2][3]

The title is taken from a phrase spoken by the director character Tony, rumored to be a parody of Bogdanovich, in the 1978 film Hooper.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Three Watchers in the Dark: Books of The Times A Pocket History A Writer's Virtues By GERALD WALKER. New York Times (1923-Current file) [New York, N.Y] 17 Nov 1973: 33.
  2. ^ In the good old days of star-struck Hollywood Siskel, Gene. Chicago Tribune (1963-Current file) [Chicago, Ill] 04 Nov 1973: f14.
  3. ^ 'A fascinating, funny, informative, stardusted look at movies': How to use leftovers By Louise Sweeney. The Christian Science Monitor (1908-Current file) [Boston, Mass] 17 Oct 1973: 15.
  4. ^ Film: Burt Reynolds In Action in 'Hooper': Moviemaking Fun Maslin, Janet. New York Times (1923-Current file) [New York, N.Y] 04 Aug 1978: C11.