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Antonia Bogdanovich fond farewell to her father

My father meant the world to me. I am at a loss. This is me and my father on the set of What’s Up Doc? – not the first time I was on a set, but I was in awe. There were so many people there it was the party scene at the very end, with the shoot-out. My dad held onto me. He loved his daughters SO much!
Thanks for all the well-wishes and the fans and friends and colleagues that loved and adored him. He was my greatest inspiration and a fellow artist in this crazy world we call Hollywood.
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