Woody Allen Filmography

Blue Jasmine

Blue Jasmine

A tall dark stranger
Year: 2013
Director: Woody Allen
Written by: Woody Allen
Starring:
Cate Blanchett: Jasmine
Joy Carlin: Woman on Plane
Richard Conti: Woman's Husband
Alec Baldwin: Hal
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


To Rome with Love

To Rome with Love

A tall dark stranger
Year: 2012
Director: Woody Allen
Written by: Woody Allen
Starring:
Judy Davis: Phyllis
Flavio Parenti: Michelangelo
Roberto Benigni: Leopoldo
Alec Baldwin: John
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


Midnight in Paris

Midnight in Paris

A tall dark stranger
Year: 2011
Director: Woody Allen
Written by: Woody Allen
Starring:
Owen Wilson: Gil
Rachel McAdams: Inez
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger

You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger

A tall dark stranger
Year: 2010
Director: Woody Allen
Written by: Woody Allen
Starring:
Gemma Jones: Helena
Pauline Collins: Cristal
Anthony Hopkins: Alfie
Naomi Watts: Sally
Josh Brolin: Roy
Antonio Banderas: Greg
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


Whatever Works

Whatever Works

Penelope
Year: 2009
Director: Woody Allen
Written by: Woody Allen
Starring:
Larry David: Boris
Adam Brooks: Boris' Friend
Lyle Kanouse: Boris' Friend
Michael McKean: Boris' Friend
Clifford Lee Dickson: Boy on Street
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


Vicky Cristina Barcelona

Penelope
Year: 2008
Director: Woody Allen
Written by: Woody Allen
Starring:
Javier Bardem: José Antonio
Patricia Clarkson: Judy Nash
Penélope Cruz: Maria Elena
Kevin Dunn: Mark Nash
Rebecca Hall: Vicky
Scarlett Johansson: Christina
Chris Messina: Doug
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


Cassandra's Dream

Poster
Year: 2007
Director: Woody Allen
Written by: Woody Allen
Starring:
Ewan McGregor: Ian
Colin Farrell: Terry
Peter-Hugo Daly: Boat Owner
John Benfield: Father
Clare Higgins: Mother
Ashley Madekwe: Lucy
Andrew Howard: Jerry
Hayley Atwell: Angela Stark
Sally Hawkins: Kate
Keith Smee: Terry's Track Mate
Stephen Noonan: Mel
Dan Carter: Fred
Richard Lintern: Director
Jennifer Higham: Helen
Lee Whitlock: Mike
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


Scoop

Year: 2006
Director: Woody Allen
Written by: Woody Allen
Starring:
Woody Allen
Jim Dunk: Orator
Romola Garai
Jody Halse....Bouncer
Hugh Jackman
Scarlett Johansson
Robyn Kerr
Kevin McNally: Mike Tinsley
Ian McShane
James Nesbitt
Colin Salmon
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


Match Point

Poster
Year: 2005
Director: Woody Allen
Written by: Woody Allen
Starring:
Jonathan Rhys Meyers: Chris Wilton
Alexander Armstrong: Mr. Townsend
Paul Kaye: Estate Agent
Matthew Goode: Tom Hewett
Brian Cox: Alec Hewett
Penelope Wilton: Eleanor Hewett
Emily Mortimer: Chloe Hewett Wilton
Janis Kelly: 'La Traviata' Performer
Alan Oke: 'La Traviata' Performer
Mark Gatiss: Ping-Pong Player
Scarlett Johansson: Nola Rice
Philip Mansfield: Waiter
Simon Kunz: Rod Carver
Geoffrey Streatfield: Alan Sinclair
Mary Hegarty: 'Rigoletto' Performer
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


Melinda and Melinda

Poster
Year: 2004
Director: Woody Allen
Written by: Woody Allen
Starring:
Will Ferrell: Hobie
Neil Pepe: Al
Stephanie Roth Haberle: Louise
Radha Mitchell: Melinda
Chloë Sevigny: Laurel
Chiwetel Ejiofor: Ellis
Michael J. Farina: Man with dog
Josh Brolin: Greg
Jonny Lee Miller: Lee
Wallace Shawn: Sy
Larry Pine: Max
Matt Servitto: Jack
Arija Bareikis: Sally
Brooke Smith: Cassie
Zak Orth: Peter
Andy Borowitz: Doug
Amanda Peet: Susan
Shalom Harlow: Joan
David Aaron Baker: Steve
Christina Kirk: Jennifer
Alyssa Pridham: Acting student
Katie Kreisler: Director
Steve Carell: Walt
Richard Holmes: Party guest
Michelle Durning: Party guest
Geoffrey Nauffts: Bud
Yi-wen Jiang: Shanghai Quartet
Honggang Li: Shanghai Quartet
Weigang Li: Shanghai Quartet
Nick Tzavaras: Shanghai Quartet
Rob Buntzen: Antique shop owner
Daniel Sunjata: Billy
Vinessa Shaw: Stacey
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


Anything Else

Poster

Year: 2003
Director: Woody Allen
Screenplay: Woody Allen
Producer: Letty Aronson
Woody is: David Dobel
Also starring:
Jason Biggs: Jerry Falk
Anthony Arkin: Pip's Comic
Fisher Stevens: Manager
Danny DeVito: Harvey
Christina Ricci: Amanda
Jimmy Fallon: Bob
Diana Krall: Herself
Kadee Strickland: Brooke (as KaDee Strickland)
William Hill: Psychiatrist
Stockard Channing: Paula
Maurice Sonnenberg: Movie Theater Patron
Kenneth Edelson: Hotel Desk Clerk
David Conrad: Dr. Reed
Joseph Lyle Taylor: Bill

Written by: David Dobel
Cinematography: Darius Khondji
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


Hollywood Ending

Year: 2002
Director: Woody Allen
Woody is: <unknown>
Also starring:
Debra Messing
Tiffani-Amber Thiessen
Treat Williams
Barney Cheng
Neal Huff
Erica Leerhsen
Téa Leoni
Jeff Mazzola: Prop Man
Fred Melamed: Pappas
Mark Webber
Written by: Woody Allen
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database
Misc: Release: May 03, 2002 (US)


The Curse of the Jade Scorpion

Year: 2001
Director: Woody Allen
Woody is: CW Briggs
Also starring:
Dan Aykroyd: Chris Magruder
Helen Hunt: Betty Ann Fitzgerald
Brian Markinson: Al
Wallace Shawn: George Bond
David Ogden Stiers: Voltan
Charlize Theron: Laura Kensington
Elizabeth Berkley: Jill
Peter Linari: Joe Coopersmith
John Tormey: Sam
John Schuck: Mize
Kaili Vernoff: Rosie
Maurice Sonnenberg: Office Worker
John Doumanian: Office Worker
Peter Garety: Ned
Written by: Woody Allen
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database
Official site


Picking Up the Pieces

Logo

Year: 2000
Director: Alfonso Arau
Woody is: Tex Cowley
Also starring:
David Schwimmer: Leo Jerome
Maria Grazia Cucinotta: Desi
Cheech Marin: Mayor Machado
Kiefer Sutherland: Bobo
Lou Diamond Phillips: Officer Alfonso
Alfonso Arau: Doctor Amado
Danny De La Paz: Lalo
Andy Dick: Father Buñuel
Fran Drescher: Sister Frida
Joseph Gordon-Levitt: Flaco
Elliott Gould: Father LaCage
Eddie Griffin: Sediento
Mía Maestro
Lupe Ontiveros: Constancia
Written by: Bill Wilson
Net resource: The Kushner-Locke Company
The Internet Movie Database


Small Time Crooks

Logo

Year: 2000
Director: Woody Allen
Woody is: Ray Winkler
Also starring:
Tracey Ullman: Frenchy Winkler
Tony Darrow: Tommy
Hugh Grant: David
George Grizzard: George Blint
Jon Lovitz: Benny
Elaine May: May
Michael Rapaport: Denny
Elaine Stritch: Chi Chi Potter
Evelyn Iocolano: Waitress
Brian Markinson: Ken Deloach
Written by: Woody Allen
Status: US release: May 19, 2000
Net resource: Official Web site
The Internet Movie Database


Sweet and Lowdown

Poster

Year: 1999
Director: Woody Allen
Woody is: Himself
Starring:
Sean Penn: Emmet Ray
Samantha Morton: Hattie
Uma Thurman: Blanche
Brian Markinson: Bill Shields
Anthony LaPaglia: Al Torrio
Gretchen Mol: Ellie
Vincent Guastaferro: Sid Bishop
John Waters: Mr. Haynes
Constance Shulman: Hazel
Kellie Overbey: Iris
James Urbaniak: Harry
Marc Damon Johnson: Omer
Darryl Alan Reed: Don
Dick Monday: Chester Weems
Josh Mowery: Movie Director
Fred Goehner: William Weston
Michael Sprague: Django Reinhardt
Brad Garrett: Joe Bedloe
Michael Neeley: Marc Anthony
Ben Duncan: Himself
Kenneth Edelson: Party Guest
Wayne Ferrara: Dirt Farmer
Nat Hentoff: Himself
Douglas McGrath: Himself
Yvette Mercedes: Party Person
Denis O'Hare: Jake
Daniel Okrent: A.J. Pickman
Robert H. Shapiro: Sal
Adam Sietz: John
Written by: Woody Allen
Cinematography: Fei Zhao
Original music: Dick Hyman
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


Antz

Poster

Year: 1998
Directors: Eric Darnell, Tim Johnson
Woody is: Z
Also starring:
Dan Aykroyd: Chip
Anne Bancroft: Queen
Jane Curtin: Muffy
Danny Glover: Barbatus
Gene Hackman: General Mandible
Jennifer Lopez: Azteca
John Mahoney: Grebs/Drunk Scout
Paul Mazursky: Psychologist
Grant Shaud: Foreman
Sylvester Stallone: Weaver
Sharon Stone: Princess Bala
Christopher Walken: Colonel Cutter
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


The Impostors

Year: 1998
Director: Stanley Tucci
Woody is: Theater Director
Also starring:
Oliver Platt: Maurice
Stanley Tucci: Arthur
Walker Jones: Maitre D'
Jessica Walling: Attractive Woman
David Lipman: Baker
E. Katherine Kerr: Gertrude
George Guidall: Claudius
William Hill: Bernardo
Alfred Molina: Jeremy Burtom
Michael Emerson: Burtom's Assistant
Jack O'Connell: Stage Manager
Matt Malloy (I): Mike (Laertes)
Ted Blumberg: Francisco
Lili Taylor: Lily
Tony Shalhoub: First Mate
Written by: Stanley Tucci
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


Celebrity

Year: 1998
Director: Woody Allen
Producer: Jean Doumanian
Cinematography: Sven Nykvist
Starring:
Hank Azaria: Davic
Kenneth Branagh: Lee Simon
Judy Davis: Robin Simon
Leonardo DiCaprio: Brandon Darrow
Melanie Griffith: Nicole Olive
Famke Janssen: Bonnie
Michael Lerner: Dr. Lupus
Joe Mantegna: Tony Gardella
Bebe Neuwirth: Hooker
Charlize Theron: Supermodel
Isaac Mizrahi
Mark Vanderloo: Friend of Supermodel
Irina Pantaeva
Frederique Van Der Wal
Anthony Mason
Andre Gregory: John Papadakis
Robert Cuccioli: Monroe Gordon
Patti D'Arbanville: Iris
Gretchen Mol
Donna Hanover
Celia Weston
Donald Trump: Himself
Jeffrey Wright
Karen Duffy
Greg Mottola: Director
Dylan Baker: Priest at Catholic Retreat
Kate Burton
Mary Jo Buttafuoco: Herself
Joey Buttafuoco: Himself
Allison Janney
Aida Turturro
Bernard K. Addison: Minister Polynice
William Addy: Klansman
Neal Arluck: Hotel Clerk
Ethan Aronoff: Boxing Fan
Lorri Bagley: Chekhov-style writer
Becky Ann Baker
Gerry Becker: Jay Tepper
Arthur Berwick: Father Gladen's Fans
Vladimir Bibic: Director of Photography
Peter Boyden: Father Gladen's Fan On Porch
Saffron Burrows
Angel Caban: Limo Driver
Peter Castellotti: Sound Recordist
New York Joe Catalfumo: Steven DiDio
Robert Cividanes: Moving Man in Loft
Ray Cohen: Pianist at Wedding
Victor Colicchio: Moving Man in Loft
John Costelloe: Cops at Hotel
Michael Crecco: Hotel Clerk
Sean Daloise: Skinhead
Tony Darrow: Moving Man in Loft
John Doumanian: Darrow Entourage
Kenneth Edelson: Rabbi Kaufman
Ned Eisenberg: Elaine's Book Party Guest
Howard Erskine: Senator Paley
Ramsey Faragallah: TV Program Director
Donegal Fitzgerald: Moving Man on Street
Clebert Ford: Elaine's Book Party Guest
Bruce Jay Friedman: Elaine's Book Party Guest
Bill Gerber: Waiting Room Patient
Ileen Getz: Alma
Bruno Gioiello: Skinhead
Sam Gray: Tony's Father
Adrian Grenier: Darrow Entourage
Wood Harris: Al Swayze
Reuben Jackson: Second Examining Room Patient
Timothy Jerome: Hotel Clerk
Michael Kell: Nat
Surinder Khosla: V.J. Rajnipal
Kyle Kulish: Overweight Achiever
David Margulies: Counselor Adelman
Richard Mawe: Elaine's Book Party Guest
Jeff Mazzola: Assistant Director
Patrick McCarthy: Klansman
Brian McConnachie: Exercise Tape Fan
Brian McCormack: Phil
Douglas McGrath (I): Bill Gaines
Peter McRobbie: Father Gladen's Fan On Porch
Steve Mellor: Eddie
Debra Messing
Gabriel Millman: Ricky
Dick Mingalone: Camera Operator
Alfred Molina
Jim Moody: Security Guard
A. Lee Morris: Second Assistant Cameraperson
Rick Mowat: Moving Man in Loft
Ted Neustadt: Elaine's Book Party Guest
Larry Pine: Philip Datloff
Ralph Pope: Comic's Agent
Francisco Quidjada: Erno Deluca
Steven Randazzo: Cops at Hotel
Vanessa Redgrave
Sam Rockwell: Darrow Entourage
Frederick Rolf: Book Reviewer
Skip Rose: Couple on Beach
Adam Sietz: Vince
J.K. Simmons: Souvenir Hawker
Tony Sirico: Lou DeMarco
Maurice Sonnenberg: Dalton Freed
Matthew Sweeney: Skinhead
Robert Torres: Security Guard
Joseph Tudisco: Hotel Clerk
Craig Ulmschneider: Production Assistant Daniel
Not starring: Kim Basinger,
Drew Barrymore,
Kate Winslet,
Soon Yi
Written by: Woody Allen
Release: The Venice Film Festival, Sept. 3-13
New York Film Festival, Sept. 25
US release: November 19th
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


Wild Man Blues

Year: 1997
Director: Barbara Kopple
Producer: Jean Doumanian
Woody is: playing jazz ;-)
Cinematography: Tom Hurwitz
Music: Woody Allen's Jazz Band
Net resource: Fine Line Feature
The Internet Movie Database
Sundance Film Festival


Deconstructing Harry

Logo Woody, Elisabeth, and Billy

Year: 1997
Director: Woody Allen
Woody is: Harry Block
Also starring:
Caroline Aaron: Doris
Kirstie Alley: Joan
Bob Balaban: Richard
Richard Benjamin: Ken
Eric Bogosian: Burt
Billy Crystal: Larry
Judy Davis: Lucy
Hazelle Goodman: Cookie
Julie Kavner: Grace
Mariel Hemingway: Beth Kramer
Amy Irving: Jane
Eric Lloyd: Hilly Block
Julia Louis-Dreyfus: Leslie
Tobey Maguire: Harvey Stern
Demi Moore: Helen
Elisabeth Shue: Fay
Stanley Tucci: Paul Epstein
Robin Williams: Mel
Annette Arnold: Rosalee
Gene Skas: Harry's father
Written by: Woody Allen
Producer: Jean Doumanian
Executive
Producer
J. E. Beaucaire
Co-Executive
Producer
Letty Aronson
Editor: Susan B. Morse
Cinematographer: Carlo DiPalma
Production
Designer
Santo Loquasto
Status: It wrapped production on Dec. 9th, 1996.
Opening movie at the Movie Festival in Venice.
US release: December 12
Official Web site
Review: Aint-it-cool
Variety
David Baldwin


Everyone Says I Love You

Woody and Julia

Year: 1996
Director: Woody Allen
Woody is: Joe
Also starring:
Alan Alda: Bob
Drew Barrymore: Skylar
Lukas Haas: Scott
Goldie Hawn: Steffi
Gaby Hoffman: Lane
Natasha Lyonne: DJ
Edward Norton: Holden
Natalie Portman: Laura
Julia Roberts: Von
Tim Roth: Charles Ferry
David Ogden Stiers: Holden's Father
Written by: Woody Allen
Release dates: Video: August 12 (US)


The Sunshine Boys

Poster

Year: 1995
Woody is: Al Lewis
Also starring:
Peter Falk: Willy Clark
Sarah Jessica Parker: Nancy Clark
Whoopi Goldberg: Nurse
Remake of: Herbert Ross' "The Sunshine Boys" (1975)
Written by: Neil Simon
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


Mighty Aphrodite

Picture from the film

Year: 1995
Director: Woody Allen
Woody is: Lenny Weinrib
Also starring:
F. Murray Abraham : Greek Chorus Leader
Claire Bloom: Amanda's Mother
Helena Bonham Carter: Amanda
Olympia Dukakis: Jocasta
Michael Rapaport: Kevin
Mira Sorvino: Linda
David Ogden Stiers: Laius
Peter Weller: Jerry Bender
Jack Warden (?)
Written by: Woody Allen
Cinematography: Carlo DiPalma
Net resources: The Internet Movie Database
Misc: Open Book System


Don't Drink the Water (1994)

Year: 1994
Director: Woody Allen
Starring:
Woody Allen: Walter Hollander
Michael J. Fox: Axel Magee
Julie Kavner: Marian Hollander
Written by: Woody Allen
Cinematography: Carlo DiPalma
Div: For television.
Remake of Don't Drink the Water (1969)
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


Bullets over Broadway

Picture from the film

Year: 1994
Director: Woody Allen
Producer: Robert Greenhut
Also starring: John Cusack: David Shayn
Jack Warden: Julian Marx
Tony Sirico: Rocco
Chazz Palminteri: Cheec
Joe Viterelli: Nick Valenti
Jennifer Tilly: Olive Neal
Rob Reiner: Sheldon Flender
May-Louis Parker: Ellen
Dianne Wiest: Helen Sinclair
Harvey Fierstein: Sid Loomis
Jim Broadbent: Warner Purcell
Tracey Ullman: Eden Brent
Written by: Woody Allen, Douglas McGrath
Cinematography: Carlo DiPalma
Soundtrack: Available
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database, Movienet


Manhattan Murder Mystery

Cover

Year: 1993
Director: Woody Allen
Woody is: Larry Lipton
Also starring: Diane Keaton: Carol Lipton
Alan Alda: Ted
Anjelica Huston: Marcia Fox
Written by: Woody Allen, Marshall Brickman
Cinematography: Carlo Di Palma
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database
Misc: The script (Special thanks to Claudio.)



Husbands and Wives

Year: 1992
Director: Woody Allen
Woody is: Gabe Roth
Also starring: Mia Farrow: Judy Roth
Judy Davis: Sally
Juliette Lewis: Rain
Liam Neeson: Michael
Sydney Pollack: Jack
Written by: Woody Allen
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


Shadows and Fog

Year: 1992
Director: Woody Allen
Woody is: Kleinman
Also starring:
Michael Kirby: Killer
Mia Farrow: Irmy
John Malkovich: Clown
Madonna: Marie
Donald Pleasence: Doctor
Lily Tomlin: Prostitute
Jodie Foster: Prostitute
Kathy Bates: Prostitute
John Cusack: Student Jack
Julie Kavner: Alma
Wallace Shawn: Simon Carr
Written by: Woody Allen
Cinematography: Carlo DiPalma
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


Scenes From a Mall

Year: 1991
Director: Paul Mazursky
Woody is: Nick
Also starring:
Bette Midler
Written by: Paul Mazursky and Roger L. Simon
Cinematography: Fred Murphy
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


Alice

Year: 1990
Director: Woody Allen
Also starring:
Joe Mantegna: Joe
Mia Farrow: Alice Tate
William Hurt: Doug Tate
Julie Kavner: Decorator
Judy Davis: Vicky
Cybill Shepherd: Nancy Brill
Alec Baldwin: Ed
Elle Macpherson: Model
Written by: Woody Allen
Cinematography: Carlo DiPalma
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


Crimes and Misdemeanors

Year: 1989
Director: Woody Allen (AAN)
Starring:
Martin Landau (S:AAN): Judah Rosenthal
Anjelica Huston: Dolores Paley
Woody Allen: Clifford Stern
Alan Alda: Lester
Sam Waterston: Ben
Mia Farrow: Halley Reed
Daryl Hannah: (cameo)
Written by: Woody Allen
Cinematography: Sven Nykvist
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


New York Stories (segment 3)

Year: 1988
Director: Woody Allen
Woody is: Sheldon
Also starring:
Mia Farrow: Lisa
Julie Kavner: Treva
Mae Questel: Mother
Written by: Woody Allen
Cinematography: Sven Nykvist
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


Another Woman

Poster

Year: 1988
Director: Woody Allen
Producers: Greenhut, Joffe, Reilly, Robin, Rollins
Woody is: not appearing
Also starring:
Gena Rowlands: Marion
Mia Farrow: Hope
Ian Holm: Ken
Blythe Danner: Lydia
Gene Hackman: Larry Lewis
Betty Buckley: Kathy
Martha Plimpton: Laura
Written by: Woody Allen
Cinematography: Sven Nykvist
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


Radio Days

Part of soundtrack cover

Year: 1987
Director: Woody Allen
Producer: Robert Greenhut
Woody is: Narrator
Starring:
Julie Kavner: Mother
Michael Tucker: Father
Wallace Shawn: Masked Avenger
Josh Mostel: Abe
Dianne Wiest: Bea
Mia Farrow: Sally White
Danny Aiello: Rocco
Jeff Daniels: Biff Baxter
Tony Roberts: "Silver Dollar" Emcee
Diane Keaton: New Year's Singer
Written by: Woody Allen
Cinematography: Carlo Di Palma
Soundtrack: Available
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


September

Year: 1987
Director: Woody Allen
Also starring:
Denholm Elliott: Howard
Dianne Wiest: Stephanie
Mia Farrow: Lane
Elaine Stritch: Diane
Sam Waterston: Peter
Jack Warden: Lloyd
Ira Wheeler: Mr. Raines
Jane Cecil: Mrs. Raines
Rosemary Murphy: Mrs. Mason
Written by: Woody Allen
Cinematography: Carlo DiPalma
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


King Lear

Year: 1987
Director: Jean-Luc Godard
Woody is: Mr. Alien
Also starring:
Godard, Mailer, Molly Ringwald
Written by: Jean-Luc Godard and Norman Mailer
Cinematography: Sophie Maintigneux
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


Hannah and Her Sisters

Year: 1986
Director: Woody Allen
Woody is: Mickey
Also starring: Barbara Hershey: Lee
Carrie Fisher: April
Michael Caine: Elliot
Mia Farrow: Hannah
Dianne Wiest: Holly
Max Von Sydow: Frederick
Julie Kavner: Gail
Tony Robert: Cameo
Sam Waterston: Cameo
Written by: Woody Allen
Cinematography: Carlo Di Palma
Awards: AAN, GGN: Woody Allen
S:AA, S:GGN: Michael Caine
S:AA, S:GGN: Dianne Wiest
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


The Purple Rose of Cairo

Year: 1985
Director: Woody Allen
Also starring:
Mia Farrow: Cecilia
Jeff Daniels: Tom Baxter/Gil Shepherd
Danny Aiello:Monk
Dianne Wiest: Emma
Written by: Woody Allen (DS:AAN) (BA) (GG)
Cinematography: Gordon Willis
Music: Dick Hyman
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


Broadway Danny Rose

Year: 1984
Director: Woody Allen
Woody is: Danny Rose
Also starring:
Mia Farrow: Tina Vitale
Nick Apollo Forte: Lou Canova
Written by: Woody Allen
Cinematography: Gordon Willis
Awards: DS:AAN, BA: Woody Allen (writer)
AAN: Woody Allen (director)
C:GGN: Mia Farrow
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


Zelig

Year: 1983
Director: Woody Allen
Producers: Robert Greenhut, Charles H. Joffe (executive), Michael Peyser (associate), Jack Rollins (executive)
Woody is: Leonard Zelig
Also starring:
Mia Farrow
Written by: Woody Allen
Cinematography: Gordon Willis
Music: Dick Hyman
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy

Year: 1982
Director: Woody Allen
Woody is: Andrew
Also starring:
Mia Farrow: Ariel
Jose Ferrer: Leopold
Julie Hagerty: Dulcy
Tony Roberts: Maxwell
Written by: Woody Allen
Cinematography: Gordon Willis
Music: Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


Stardust Memories

Cover

Year: 1980
Director: Woody Allen
Producer: Charles H. Joffe and Jack Rollins
Woody is: Sandy Bates
Also starring:
Jessica Harper: Daisy
Charlotte Rampling: Dorrie
Marie-Christine Barrault: Isobel
Tony Roberts: Tony
Sharon Stone: Pretty Girl on train
Brent Spiner: Fan in Lobby
Written by: Woody Allen
Cinematography: Gordon Willis
Music: Dick Hyman
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


Manhattan

Poster

Year: 1979
Director: Woody Allen
Screenplay: Woody Allen and Marshall Brickman
Producer: Charles H. Joffe
Starring:
Woody Allen: Isaac
Diane Keaton: Mary
Michael Murphy: Yale
Mariel Hemmingway: Tracy
Meryl Streep: Jill
Anne Byrne: Emily
Wallace Shawn: Jeremiah
Tisa Farrow: Party Guest
Karen Ludwig: Connie
Written by: Woody Allen and Marshall Brickman
Director of photography: Gordon Willis
Music: George Gershwin
Soundtrack: "Music From the Film 'Manhattan'"
Div: Black and white,
96 minutes,
Distributed by United Arists.
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


Interiors

Year: 1978
Director: Woody Allen
Also starring:
Kristin Griffith: Flyn
Richard Jordan: Frederick
Diane Keaton: Renata
E.G. Marshall: Arthur
Geraldine Page (AAN) (GGN): Eve
Maureen Stapleton (S:AAN) (S:GGN): Pearl
Sam Waterston: Mike
Mary Beth Hurt: Joey
Written by: Woody Allen
Cinematography: Gordon Willis
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


Annie Hall

Cover

Year: 1977
Director: Woody Allen
Woody is: Alvy Singer
Also starring:
Diane Keaton: Annie Hall
Tony Roberts: Rob
Carol Kane: Allison
Shelley Duvall: Pam
Christopher Walken: Duane Hall
Jeff Goldblum: Lacey Party Guest
Paul Simon:Tony Lacey
Sigourney Weaver: Alvy's Date Outside Theatre
Written by: Marhall Brickman and Woody Allen
Cinematography: Gordon Willis
Awards: AA, GGN, DGA: Woody Allen (director)
AAN, C:GGN: Woody Allen (actor)
AA, BA, C:GG: Diane Keaton
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database
Misc: The script (Special thanks to John Reifler.)


The Front

Year: 1976
Director: Martin Ritt
Woody is: Howard Prince
Also starring:
Zero Mostel, Andrea Marcovicci
Written by: Walter Bernstein
Cinematography: Michael Chapman
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


Love and Death

Picture from the film

Year: 1975
Director: Woody Allen
Woody is: Boris Dimitrovich Grushenko
Also starring:
Diane Keaton: Sonja
Written by: Mildred Cram, Donald Ogden Stewart, and Woody Allen
Cinematography: Ghislain Cloquet
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database
Location: Budapest, Hungary


Sleeper

Year: 1973
Director: Woody Allen
Woody is: Miles Monroe
Also starring: Diane Keaton: Luna Schlosser
John Beck: Erno Windt
Mary Gregory: Dr. Melik
Don Keefer: Dr. Tryon
John McLiam : Dr. Agon
Bartlett Robinson: Dr. Orva
Chris Forbes: Rainer Krebs
Marya Small: Dr. Nero
Peter Hobbs: Dr. Dean
Susan Miller: Ellen Pogrebin
Lou Picetti: M.C
Jessica Rains: Woman in the Mirror
Brian Avery: Herald Cohen
Spencer Milligan: Jeb Hrmthmg
Stanley Ross: Sears Swiggles
Douglas Rain: Evil Computer
Written by: Woody Allen, Marshall Brickman
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


Play It Again, Sam

Cover

Year: 1972
Director: Herbert Ross
Woody is: Allan Felix
Also starring:
Diane Keaton:Linda Christie
Tony Roberts: Dick Christie
Jerry Lacy: Bogart
Written by: Woody Allen
Cinematography: Owen Roizman
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex

Most characters

Year: 1972
Director: Woody Allen
Woody is: all over the place...
Also starring:
Louise Lasser: Gina
Burt Reynolds: Switchboard
Gene Wilder: Dr. Ross
Written by: Woody Allen, David Reuben
Cinematography: David M. Walsh
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


Bananas

Year: 1971
Director: Woody Allen
Woody is: Fielding Mellish
Also starring:
Louise Lasser: Nancy
Sylvester Stallone: subway tough
Howard Cosell: himself
Written by: Woody Allen and Mickey Rose
Cinematography: Andrew N. Costikyan
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


Don't Drink the Water (1969)

Year: 1969
Director: Howard Morris
Starring:
Jackie Gleason: Walter Hollander
Ted Bessell: Axel Magee
Joan Delaney: Marian Hollander
Written by: R.S. Allen, Woody Allen, Harvey Bullock
Cinematography: Harvey Genkins
Div: Remade as Don't Drink the Water (1994)
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


Take the Money and Run

Year: 1969
Director: Woody Allen
Woody is: Virgil Starkwell
Also starring:
Janet Margolin
Louise Lasser
Written by: Woody Allen, Mickey Rose
Cinematography: Lester Shorr
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


Casino Royale

Year: 1967
Directors: Guest, Hughes, Huston, McGrath, and Parrish
Woody is: Jimmy Bond/Dr. Noah
Also starring:
David Niven: James Bond
Peter Sellers: Evelyn Tremble
Ursula Andress: Vesper Lindt
William Holden: Ransome (CIA)
John Huston: M/McTarry
Deborah Kerr: Mimi/Lady Fiona McTarry
Orson Welles: Le Chiffre
Jean-Paul Belmondo: French Legionnaire
Jacqueline Bisset: Miss Goodthighs
Peter O'Toole: Piper
Written by: Ian Fleming (novel), John Law, Wolf Mankowitz, Michael Sayers
Cinematography: Jack Hildyard, Nicolas Roeg
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


What's Up, Tiger Lily?

Year: 1966
Director: Woody Allen
Woody is: Narrator, host, and voice
Also starring:
Louise Lasser
Cinematography: Kazuo Yamada
Music: Jack Lewis and The Lovin' Spoonful
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database


What's New, Pussycat?

Year: 1965
Director: Clive Donner
Producer: Charles K. Feldman
Woody is: Victor Skakapopulis
Also starring:
Peter Sellers: Dr. Fritz Fassbender
Peter O'Toole: Michael James
Capucine: Renee Lefebvre
Ursula Andress: Rita
Written by: Woody Allen
Cinematography: Jean Badal
Music: Burt Bacharach
Net resource: The Internet Movie Database



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