'A reunion of sorts': Cybill Shepherd, Peter Bogdanovich to screen 1975 bomb 'At Long Last Love'

PHO-09Mar26-155817.jpg Memphis-born-and-raised actress Cybill Shepherd will reunite with her sometime-director and former romantic partner Peter Bogdanovich at a screening their 1975 film "At Long Last Love" at this week's Temecula Valley International Film & Music Festival in Southern California.

Festival Director Jo Moulton said she was surprised at Shepherd willingness to appear.


"I thought she was going to say, 'Are you crazy?' But she said yes. So it's a reunion of sorts," Moulton said Thursday morning.


A meticulously recreated homage to '30s movie musicals that included songs by Cole Porter and starred Shepherd alongside Burt Reynolds and Madeline Kahn, "At Long Last Love" is an infamous turkey that was actually disowned by its eccentric director. This year, though, it has been making the festival rounds and turning up on Netflix and the Fox Movie Channel, which is significant in that the movie was never released on VHS or DVD.

PICTURED: Cybill Shepherd in a scene from the 1971 film "The Last Picture Show," directed by Peter Bogdanovich.

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