In 1971 Francis Ford Coppola started work on one of the best films in the history of cinema - "The Godfather." 37-year-old photographer Steve Schapiro was invited by a film company Paramount, giving him access to the set.Four years later, at the request of Robert De Niro Shapiro arrived on the set of the film "Taxi Driver" - one of the iconic films of Martin Scorsese. Thanks to the skills of the photographer, we can take a look at the actors, directors, and the process of shooting of these (and other) cult films.
1. Woody Allen.
2. Truman Capote.
3. Jack Nicholson and Roman Polanski on the set of "Chinatown" 1974.
4. Marcello Mastroianni, New York, 1962.
5. David Bowie with the book Buster Keaton in Los Angeles, 1975.
6. Marlon Brando, the pre-production of "The Godfather" in New York, in 1971.
7. Dancers in colorful costumes.
8. Robert De Niro in the film "Taxi Driver" in 1976.
9. Robert De Niro and Martin Scorsese.
10. Amateur Hour, The Apollo Theater, Harlem, 1961.
11. Robert De Niro in the film "Taxi Driver" in 1976.
12. Robert Redford and Lauren Hutton in the film in 1970, "Little Fauss and Big Halsey."
13. Ike and Tina Turner to their own portraits in their home.
14. Passersbies learn French actor Yves Montand in 5th Avenue in New York in 1961.
15. Andy Warhol, Edie Sedgwick and «Entourage» in New York.
16. Martin Scorsese and Robert De Niro in the film "Taxi Driver."
17. Robert De Niro in the film "Taxi Driver."
18. Robert De Niro in the film "Taxi Driver."
19. Muhammad Ali and "Monopoly."
20. Barbara Streisand.
21. Martin Scorsese, one of the pistols of Robert De Niro on the set of "Taxi Driver."
22. Robert F. Kennedy welcomed the fans during the election campaign in 1968.
23. Actress Mia Farrow with a child.
25. Barbara Streisand.
26. Truman Capote.
27. Dustin Hoffman.
28. A bunch of Dublin hippies .
29. Young beggar in Prague.
30. Martin Luther King Jr. during the march from Selma, Alabama, to Montgomery in 1965 as part of the civil rights movement.
31.Muhammad Ali shows some tricks in the living room.
32. Jodie Foster.
33. Jodie Foster in the role of a prostitute Iris in the film "Taxi Driver."
34. Martin Luther King Jr.
35. A young supporter of Kennedy
36. Ray Charles, New Jersey, 1966.
37. Marlon Brando.
38. Robert De Niro.
39. Robert De Niro.
40. Jodie Foster and Connie Foster on the set of the film "Taxi Driver."
41. Marlon Brando in "The Godfather," 1971.
42. Buster Keaton.