People, Sep. 10, 1973

Director Peter Bogdanovich (The Last Picture Show; What's Up, Doc?) was in Rome, prowling round the Colosseum to do the night shots for his film version of Henry James' classic love story Daisy Miller. As for the lead, she was Bogdanovich's girl friend, Actress-Cover Girl Cybill Shepherd. Bogdanovich is already giving the author of the novel most of the credit for the movie. "Daisy Miller picked me," he explained. "I thought that if Henry James had gone to all the trouble to write a good part for Cybill, I should shoot it."

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