Dir. Peter Bogdanovich (1973) Nine-year-old Tatum O’Neal made her acting debut starring opposite her father, Ryan, in Bogdanovich’s 1973 Depression-era, sticky-sweet road movie. O’Neal fille, playing a shrewd orphan to her dad’s widow-scamming con man, would win an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress—the youngest Oscar winner ever—for her junior wisenheimer turn.
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