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Woody Allen in Casino Royale

Woody Allen in Casino Royale

Woody Allen in the 1960s Photo by William L. Hamilton

Woody Allen in the 1960s Photo by William L. Hamilton

CLASSIC GEMS ~~ One of the best film duos in film history -- Diane Keaton, Woody Allen

Woody Allen et les femmes, une histoire d'amour et de cinéma

CLASSIC GEMS ~~ One of the best film duos in film history -- Diane Keaton, Woody Allen

One of my favorite photographers. Countess Maxine de la Falaise (Paris 1950) | ph : Gordon Parks ///// | Veooz 360

One of my favorite photographers. Countess Maxine de la Falaise (Paris 1950) | ph : Gordon Parks ///// | Veooz 360

Woody Allen & Diane Keaton.

Woody Allen & Diane Keaton.

lea seydoux, seriously classy babe

Spécial mode avec Léa Seydoux

lea seydoux, seriously classy babe

Larry The Cable Guy

Larry The Cable Guy

Jonathan Silverman, Terry Kiser, and Andrew McCarthy -- "Weekend at Bernie's"

Jonathan Silverman, Terry Kiser, and Andrew McCarthy -- "Weekend at Bernie's"

John Travolta in Saturday Night Fever, 1977 oh, the amount of my youth I spent watching this movie. Tony taught me how to dance.

John Travolta in Saturday Night Fever, 1977 oh, the amount of my youth I spent watching this movie. Tony taught me how to dance.

Annie Hall (1977)    This winner of the Oscar for best picture, starring Diane Keaton, opens with a comic monologue that can sum up the world view expounded upon – through humour, love and tragedy – in all of Woody Allen’s films. His character, Alvy Singer, says: “There’s an old joke. Two elderly women are at a Catskill restaurant. One of them says, ‘Boy, the food at this place is just terrible.’ The other one says, ‘Yeah I know. And such small portions.’ Well, that’s essentially how I…

The 10 best Woody Allen jokes - in pictures

Annie Hall (1977) This winner of the Oscar for best picture, starring Diane Keaton, opens with a comic monologue that can sum up the world view expounded upon – through humour, love and tragedy – in all of Woody Allen’s films. His character, Alvy Singer, says: “There’s an old joke. Two elderly women are at a Catskill restaurant. One of them says, ‘Boy, the food at this place is just terrible.’ The other one says, ‘Yeah I know. And such small portions.’ Well, that’s essentially how I…

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