Lady: Hey! Woody Allen! I want to thank you for giving me lots of laughs!
Woody: You see my movies?
Lady: No, I have the window opposite your bedroom.
The Guardian, 22 January 1994
A magyar változat olvasásához kattintson a zászlóra.
Some of my favourite quotes from the movies of Woody Allen:
'I went into a store, I bought a rifle. I was gonna. . . you know, if they told me that I had a tumor, I was going to kill myself. The only thing that might've stopped me, might've, is my parents would be devastated. I would, I woulda' had to shoot them, also, first. And then, I have an aunt and an uncle, I would have, you know, it would have been a bloodbath.'
From 'Hannah and Her Sisters'
'Those who can't do, teach. And those who can't teach, teach gym. And of course, those who couldn't do anything, I think, were assign to our school.'
From 'Annie Hall'
'Today's story is about a baseball player. His name was Kirby Kyle. [...] He was a kid with a great future. But one day, he went hunting. [...] Chasing a rabbit, he stumbled, and his rifle went off. The bullet entered his leg. Two days later it was amputated. [...] He had one leg, but he had something more important: he had heart.
The following winter another accident caused Kirby Kyle an arm. Fortunately not his pitching arm. He had one leg and one arm, but more than that, he had heart.
The next winter, going after a duck, his gun misfired. He was blind. But he had instinct as to where to throw the baseball. Instinct and heart. The following year, Kirby Kyle was run over by a truck and killed. The following season he won eighteen games in the big league in the Sky.'
From 'Radio Days'
'But she was so sweet and we just walked in the park and I was so touched by her that, after fifteen minutes, I wanted to marry her and, after half an hour, I completely gave up the idea of snatching her purse.'
From 'Take the Money and Run'