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The man who directed 'Bonnie and Clyde'

Arthur Penn comes to the Harvard Film Archive for a retrospective

By Mark Feeney
Globe Staff / January 27, 2008

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American film has its titled aristocracy. Just as certain eminent Britons have their name preceded by "Sir" or "Dame," four movies have the word "after" attached to them in Hollywood history. That is, after their release filmmaking was never quite the same. Such was the impact of "The Birth of Nation," "The Jazz Singer," "Citizen Kane," and, ... (Full article: 1272 words)

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