Illustrations by Craig Redman and Karl Maier

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Hoop Magazine. Woody & Earl. Holy Grail.

That spread needs to be a poster!

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Woody Allen (center) and giant marauding breast on the set of Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex, But Were Afraid to Ask (1972, dir. Woody Allen)

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Woody Allen (center) and giant marauding breast on the set of Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex, But Were Afraid to Ask (1972, dir. Woody Allen)

Woody Allen: A Documentary
Directed by Robert Weide

New Woody Allen documentary directed by Robert Weide, producer/director of Curb Your Enthusiasm (!). Premiers Sunday 11/20 and Monday 11/21 at 9pm on PBS.

“This is the Woody doc everybody has been waiting for, and I am delighted that this creative giant is finally assuming his rightful place in the American Masters library” — Susan Lacy, creator and executive producer of American Masters

more info via PBS

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"In 1971 I wrote and shot a scene for Annie Hall involving the Knicks and Earl The Pearl. I was extolling the concept of the physical over the cerebral, so I wrote a fantasy basketball game in which all the great thinkers of history – Kant and Nietzsche and Kirkegaard – played against the Knicks. I cast actors who looked like those philosophers to play those roles and they played against the real Knicks. We used the players on the team at that time including Earl, Bill Bradley and Walt Frazier, and we shot it inside Madison Square Garden after the last game of the season. Of course the Knicks were smooth and beat the philosophers easily; all their cerebration was impotent against the Knicks. But I cut the scene from the picture, not because it didn’t come out but because I had to keep the picture moving and it was too much of a digression. It didn’t break my heart not to use it in the film. I always feel that anything I cut out of a film is always a mercy killing.”
— Woody Allen, The Observer Sport Monthly
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"In 1971 I wrote and shot a scene for Annie Hall involving the Knicks and Earl The Pearl. I was extolling the concept of the physical over the cerebral, so I wrote a fantasy basketball game in which all the great thinkers of history – Kant and Nietzsche and Kirkegaard – played against the Knicks. I cast actors who looked like those philosophers to play those roles and they played against the real Knicks. We used the players on the team at that time including Earl, Bill Bradley and Walt Frazier, and we shot it inside Madison Square Garden after the last game of the season. Of course the Knicks were smooth and beat the philosophers easily; all their cerebration was impotent against the Knicks. But I cut the scene from the picture, not because it didn’t come out but because I had to keep the picture moving and it was too much of a digression. It didn’t break my heart not to use it in the film. I always feel that anything I cut out of a film is always a mercy killing.”

— Woody Allen, The Observer Sport Monthly

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anal street

anal street

This film was pretty great

This film was pretty great

"Oakley & Allen" remains one of my favorite Tumblr names of all time. And this illustration by Cardboard Gerald makes it that much better. Follow both these guys if you like basketball: oakleyandallen & NBA Illustrations.

"Oakley & Allen" remains one of my favorite Tumblr names of all time. And this illustration by Cardboard Gerald makes it that much better. Follow both these guys if you like basketball: oakleyandallen & NBA Illustrations.

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Stardust MemoriesDirected by Woody Allen1980
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Stardust Memories
Directed by Woody Allen
1980

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Am I the only one that wishes they would make a sequel to New York Stories but with Spike Lee, Jim Jarmusch, and Larry David directing instead? 
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Am I the only one that wishes they would make a sequel to New York Stories but with Spike Lee, Jim Jarmusch, and Larry David directing instead?

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Annie Hall - Polish poster1977

Annie Hall - Polish poster
1977

Manhattan - Polish poster1979

Manhattan - Polish poster
1979