I just saw What's up Doc and was immensely entertained by it. I thought it was a fantastic picture. This is the first Bogdanovich movie i've seen, and i noticed Welles' influence on the way Bogdanovich framed shots. Also when he chose to use a zoom seemed perfectly timed, like at the end of the under-the-table dinner party scene. And the sense of fun throughout seemed Wellesian. Considering the impact Orson clearly had on Bogdanovich in the 70's, perhaps its not surprising that Orson can be glimpsed in this delightful work of Bogdanovich.
You may remember me from such sites as imdb, amazon and criterionforum as Ben Cheshire.