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“Why is life worth living?” Isaac Davis (Woody Allen) asks into a tape recorder in Allen's 1979 film Manhattan

“Why is life worth living?” Isaac Davis (Woody Allen) asks into a tape recorder in Allen's 1979 film Manhattan

'Midnight in Paris'. Contemporary & fabulous retro fashion.

'Midnight in Paris'. Contemporary & fabulous retro fashion.

Diane Keaton & Woody Allen in Annie Hall (1977 Best Picture Oscar Winner--the year I was born). One of the best romantic movies EVER, even though I hate the ending! More

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Diane Keaton & Woody Allen in Annie Hall (1977 Best Picture Oscar Winner--the year I was born). One of the best romantic movies EVER, even though I hate the ending! More

Woody Allen (Manhattan Murder Mystery, Annie Hall, Take the Money and Run...)

Woody Allen (Manhattan Murder Mystery, Annie Hall, Take the Money and Run...)

Meryl Streep & Woody Allen in Manhattan (1979).

Meryl Streep & Woody Allen in Manhattan (1979).

Scene from Woody Allen's Midnight in Paris. Best quote ever, Salvador Dali.

Scene from Woody Allen's Midnight in Paris. Best quote ever, Salvador Dali.

Woody Allen & Diane Keaton, Manhattan (1979) I used to play in this park when I was a kid :)

Woody Allen & Diane Keaton, Manhattan (1979) I used to play in this park when I was a kid :)

Black-white cinematography from Manhattan (1979) Directed by Woody Allen. Cinematography by Gordon Willis. Starring Woody Allen in leading role with Mariel Hemingway, Diane Keaton and Meryl Steep in supporting roles.

Black-white cinematography from Manhattan (1979) Directed by Woody Allen. Cinematography by Gordon Willis. Starring Woody Allen in leading role with Mariel Hemingway, Diane Keaton and Meryl Steep in supporting roles.

Woody Allen and Diane Keaton in Annie Hall.

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Woody Allen and Diane Keaton in Annie Hall.

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