Woody Allen: A Documentary, Part 1

November 2011110 minutes
Documentary
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Beginning with Allen's childhood and his first professional gigs as a teen - furnishing jokes for comics and publicists - WOODY ALLEN: A DOCUMENTARY chronicles the trajectory and longevity of Allen's career: from his work in the 1950s-60s as a TV scribe for Sid Caesar, standup comedian and frequent TV talk show guest, to a writer-director averaging one film-per-year for more than 40 years. Director Bob Weide covers Allen's earliest film work in "Take the Money and Run," "Bananas," "Sleeper," and "Love and Death"; frequent Oscar® favorites such as "Annie Hall," "Manhattan," "Zelig," "Broadway Danny Rose," "Purple Rose of Cairo," "Crimes and Misdemeanors," "Husbands & Wives," "Bullets Over Broadway," and "Mighty Aphrodite"; and his recent globetrotting phase with "Match Point," "Vicky Christina Barcelona," and his latest success "Midnight in Paris."
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Audio Language
English (Stereo)
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English
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Run time
110 minutes
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