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Paul Bogart

Film Director / Screenwriter / Film Producer | * 11/21/1919 († 92, 04/15/2012) | New York City, New York (United States of America (USA))
Paul Bogart (né 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 a... ()
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Most frequent genres for this person: Drama | Comedies | TV Movies

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Awards & Nominations for Paul Bogart

Primetime Emmy Awards Directors Guild of America Awards Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series 3x Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series

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Movies with Paul Bogart as Crew(40)

Directing/Director1995 The Heidi Chronicles
Directing/Director1992 The Last Mile
Directing/Director1992 Broadway Bound
Directing/Director1988 Torch Song Trilogy
Directing/Director1987 Mickey and Nora
Production/Producer1987 Mickey and Nora
Directing/Director1986 The Canterville Ghost
Directing/Director1984 Oh, God! You Devil
Directing/Director1982 The Shady Hill Kidnapping
Directing/Director1980 Fun and Games
Directing/Director1979 You Can't Take it With You
Production/Executive Producer1979 You Can't Take it With You
Directing/Director1976 The War Widow
Directing/Director1975 The Easter Promise
Directing/Director1975 Mr. Ricco
Directing/Director1975 Winner Take All
Directing/Director1974 Tell Me Where It Hurts
Directing/Director1974 The Country Girl
Directing/Director1973 Class of '44
Directing/Director1973 The Thanksgiving Treasure
Directing/Director1972 Cancel My Reservation
Directing/Director1972 The House Without a Christmas Tree
Directing/Director1972 Look Homeward, Angel
Directing/Director1971 In Search of America
Directing/Director1971 Skin Game
Directing/Director1971 A Memory of Two Mondays
Directing/Director1970 Halls of Anger
Directing/Director1969 Marlowe
Directing/Director1969 CBS Playhouse: Shadow Game
Directing/Director1967 Mark Twain Tonight!
Directing/Director1967 Carousel
Directing/Director1967 Johnny Belinda
Directing/Director1966 An Enemy of the People
Directing/Director1966 The Three Sisters
Directing/Director1966 Ages of Man
Directing/Director1966 Evening Primrose
Directing/Director1960 The Citadel
Directing/Director1959 Ten Little Indians
Directing/Director1957 Pinocchio

TV Shows/Series with Paul Bogart as Crew(27)

Directing/Director1990 Bagdad Cafe
Directing/Director1985 The Golden Girls
Production/Producer1985 The Golden Girls
Directing/Director1982 Gloria
Directing/Director1982 American Playhouse
Directing/Director1979 Archie Bunker's Place
Directing/Director1978 Visions
Directing/Director1976 Alice
Directing/Director1976 The Adams Chronicles
Production/Producer1976 The Adams Chronicles
Directing/Director1971 All in the Family
Directing/Director1971 Nichols
Directing/Director1967 Coronet Blue
Directing/Director1966 ABC Stage 67
Directing/Director1966 CBS Playhouse
Directing/Director1965 Get Smart
Directing/Director1961 The Defenders
Directing/Director1961 Way Out
Directing/Director1959 Play of the Week
Directing/Director1958 Shirley Temple's Storybook
Production/Producer1958 Shirley Temple's Storybook
Directing/Director1957 Suspicion
Directing/Director1955 Appointment with Adventure
Directing/Director1953 The United States Steel Hour
Directing/Director1952 Omnibus
Directing/Director1951 Hallmark Hall of Fame

Full Name: Paul Bogart
Born: Friday, 11/21 1919 (November) in New York City, New York (United States of America (USA))
Died: Sunday, 04/15 2012 (April) in Chapel Hill (aged: 92)
Zodiac sign: Scorpio (Chinese zodiac sign: Goat)
Languages: English (EN)
Children: Tracy Bogart
Other names for Paul Bogart (nicknames, foreign languages etc.):
"Paul Bogoff"
"Alan Smithee"
Paul Bogart frequently works together with these people:
Charlotte Rae (7x, Actress)
David Greene (7x, Crew)
Barnard Hughes (6x, Actor)
Bea Arthur (6x, Actress)
Alice Ghostley (6x, Actress)
Patrick O'Neal (6x, Actor)
Alan Shayne (6x, Crew)
Daniel Petrie (6x, Crew)
Martin Sheen (5x, Actor)
William Shatner (5x, Actor)
Gail Rock (5x, Crew)
Jean Stapleton (5x, Actress)
WatchPlayStream ID: PEOPLE:74457, Added: 05/23/2018, Last updated: 09/24/2021