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The Daily Movie Quote: Annie Hall

Updated on October 9, 2010
Diane Keaton and Woody Allen in Annie Hall
Diane Keaton and Woody Allen in Annie Hall

"That sex was the most fun I've ever had without laughing." - Alvy Singer, Annie Hall (1977)

United Artists, rated PG, 93 minutes.

Directed By: Woody Allen


Woody Allen - Alvy Singer

Diane Keaton - Annie Hall

Tony Roberts - Rob

Carol Kane - Allison

Paul Simon - Tony Lacey

Shelley Duvall - Pam

Christopher Walken - Duane Hall

Domestic Box Office Gross: $38,251,425

Synopsis: A testament to love in the 70's . A neurotic comedian, Alvy Singer, traces his relationship with a very ditsy Annie Hall.

Fact: Sigourney Weaver's screen debut as Alvy's date at the end of the film. The part is non-speaking.

Trivia: Alvy sneezing into the cocaine was an accident. The scene was left in after it was considered one of the funniest bits in the movie.

Movie Mistake: Christopher Walken's name is misspelled in the final credits. He's listed as Christopher Wlaken.

My Take: Annie Hall is the film where Woody Allen was hitting his stride as being a real original and funny filmmaker, which was rewarded with an Academy Award for best picture. I miss the old Woody Allen, his new stuff is really just a mere shadow of his former work.

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Yesterday's Daily Movie Quote: Escape from New York


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