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Interview: Woody Allen (1971)

The following “interview” took place in 1971, between the release of Bananas and Play It Again, Sam. It’s one of the best showcases of a young Woody Allen’s playfully sardonic bite, so much so that he basically turned it into a movie in 1980 (Stardust Memories, a personal favorite) — and it just might be the funniest 45 minutes on the internet:

Part 1/4: “I don’t like the sound of laughter.”

Part 2/4: “What appears on the screen for the duration of the film is offensive to most people.”

Part 3/4: “I have no interest in meeting Roy Rogers, but I loved living with his horse.”

Part 4/4: “The message in Bananas is ‘don’t see Bananas.'”

Jezy


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