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Woody Allen: Standup Comedy, 1965

Woody was in England filming "Casino Royale" when he guested on a British TV show.

He finished his set with his "moose" routine, but had to change the punchline from "...'cause it's restricted!" - since the context of the term would have meant nothing to a British audience.


Hello by Matthijs Vlot

Matthijs Vlot went and searched for film footage featuring dialogue that would work in sync with the Lionel Richie classic Hello.


EYAWKAS: What Happens During Ejaculation?

Which is set in a man's brain (and other parts of the body) as he gets involved in a sexual clinch with an NYU graduate (knowledge of which, assures coital success) portrayed by Erin Fleming.

EYAWKAS=Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex* (*But Were Afraid to Ask)


Tim Minchin: WoodyAllenJesus

This song was meant to air on the Jonathan Ross Show tomorrow night (23rd December 2011), but at the last minute ITV cut it.

I hope you enjoy my silly, harmless, accurate song of praise, "Woody Allen Jesus".

And I hope you all have wonderful Christmases.


Christmas Celebrity Voices by Jim Meski

Twas The Night Before Christmas in Celebrity Voices by Jim Meskimen

Celebrity impressionist Jim Meskimen's tribute to movie, film and political stars reciting Clement C. Moore's immortal "A Visit From St. Nicholas".


Woody Allen, Clarinetist

Before listening to this (contained in the documentary''Wild Man Blues''in 1997) I knew and appreciated him only as an actor and director ...


Sure Thing

Film adaptation of the play "Sure Thing" by David Ives. It depicts a conversation, and the many directions it could go.

Actors: Alexandra Morra & Isaac Skinner.

Cinematography by: Daniel Pennington & Michael Smith.

Directed and Edited by: Daniel Pennington.

Special Thanks: Katie Hennessey, Gerson Bradford, Tara Endicott, & Burlap and Bean Coffee.


Annie Hall

Scene from Woody Allen's "Annie Hall" (1977).


Billy Crystal Hour w/ SCTV Cast

This is a clip of The Billy Crystal Comedy Hour with SCTV cast members John Candy as Orson Welles, Rick Moranis as Woody Allen and Dave Thomas as Bob Hope.