Keaton served as the muse for America's favorite hypochondriac auteur Woody Allen, notably starring in his masterpiece, 'Annie Hall'. The heroine was based not-so-loosely on Keaton ("Annie" is a nickname of hers, and "Hall" is her original surname). Supposedly she entered in 'Annie Hall' garb and when the costumer tried to dress her for filming Allen said 'Leave her. She's a genius. Let's just leave her alone, let her wear what she wants.'

Diane Keaton and Woody Allen

#Film Sleeper (El dormilón) / Directed by Woody Allen

*Sleeper Woody Allen, Diane Keaton, John Beck - Director: Woody Allen IMDB: A nerdish store owner is revived out of cryostasis into a future world to fight an oppressive government.

Diane Keaton and Woody Allen in Love and Death, directed by Woody Allen

Diane Keaton and Woody Allen in Love and Death, directed by Woody Allen

“Woody Allen Checks Film” by Bernard Gotfryd, Licensed by Getty Images (editorial no. Image retrieved from the Irish Film Institute website.


"Manhattan" So funny, so sad; a real heartbreaker of a movie. Just one of my favorite exchanges: "You think you're God." "Well, I gotta model myself after someone.


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I think this photo is so interesting because Woody Allen in my opinion is the quintessential New Yorker and "The New Yorker" is the quintessential NY read. so to have the "New Yorker" building in the background of a Woody Allen picture is quite fitting

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