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

Quotes

But you know, I've never been able to fall in love. I've never been able to find the perfect woman. There's always something wrong. And then I met Doris. A wonderful woman. Great personality. But for some reason, I'm just not turned on sexually by her. Don't ask me why. And then I met Rita. An animal. Nasty, mean, trouble. And I love going to bed with her. Though afterward I always wished that I was back with Doris. And then, I thought to myself, if only I could put Doris's brain in Rita's body. Wouldn't that be wonderful? And I though, Why not? What the hell, I'm a surgeon. . . So, I performed the operation and everything went perfectly. I switched their personalities and I took all the badness and put it over there. And I made Rita into a warm, wonderful, charming, sexy, sweet, giving, mature woman. And then I fell in love with Doris.
There are only two things that you can control in life: art and masturbation.
To you I'm an atheist; to God, I'm the Loyal Opposition.

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  • Rampling and Woody
  • Trivia

    Music

    Taken from the Credits:
    
    Piano Music Arranged and Performed by Dick Hyman
    "Hebrew School Rag"
    "Just One of Those Things"
    "Easy to Love"
    
    Jazz Heaven Orchestra featuring:
    Joe Wilder
    Hank Jones
    Richie Pratt
    Arvell Shaw
    Earl Shendell
    
    SONGS
    
    "Tropical Mood Meringue"
     Sidney Bechet
    Music by Sidney Bechet
    Courtesy of Capitol Records Inc., Pathe Marconi, EMI
    
    "I'll See You in My Dreams"
    Django Reinhardt
    Music by Isham Jones and Gus Jones
    Courtesy of Capitol Records Inc., Pathe Marconi, EMI
    
    "Tickletoe" Lester Young with Count Basie and His Orchestra
    Music by Lester Young
    Courtesy of CBS Records
    
    "Three Little Words"
    Performed by Jazz Heaven Orchestra
    Music by Bert Kalmer and Harry Rubin
    Arranged by Kirk Nurock
    
    "Brazil"
    Sung by Marie Lane
    Music by Ary Barroso
    Lyrics by S.K. Russell
    
    "Palesteena"
    Original Dixieland Jazz Band
    Music by J. Russell Robinson and Con Conrad
    Courtesy of RCA Records
    
    "Body and Soul"
    Django Reinhardt
    Music by Edward Hyman, Robert Sour, John W. Gree, and Frank Eyton
    Courtesy of Capitol Records Inc., Pathe Marconi, EMI
    
    "Night on Bald Mountain"
    Vienna State Opera Orchestra
    Music by Mussorgsky
    Courtesy of Vanguard Records
    
    "If Dreams Come True"
    Chick Webb
    Music by I. Mills, E. Sampson and B. Goodman
    Courtesy of Columbia Records
    
    "Hebrew School Rag"
    Performed by Dick Hyman
    Music by Dick Hyman
    
    "Just One of Those Things"
    Performed by Dick Hyman
    Music by Cole Porter
    
    "Easy to Love"
    Performed by Dick Hyman
    Music by Cole Porter
    
    "One O'Clock Jump"
    Performed by Jazz Heaven Orchestra
    Music by Count Basie
    
    "Sugar"
    Music by Maceo Pinkard and Sidney Milton
    
    "Sweet Georgia Brown"
    Music by Ben Bernie, Kenneth Casey and Maceo Pinkard
    
    "Moonlight Serenade"
    Performed by Glenn Miller
    Music by Glenn Miller
    Courtesy of RCA Records
    
    "Stardust"
    Performed by Louis Armstrong
    Music by Hoagy Carmichael
    Lyrics by Mitchell Parish
    Courtesy of Columbia Records
    
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