Screenwriter Mickey Rose, a childhood friend of Woody Allen's who later collaborated with him on the screenplays for Take the Money and Run and Bananas, has died. He was 77.
Woody Allen added comic dialogue to What's Up, Tiger Lily? (1966), a Japanese spy thriller dubbed into English.
A bungled robbery at a pawn shop sets up the opening credit sequence for writer, star and director Woody Allen's debut Take the Money and Run, 1969.
Woody Allen's first movie written by, directed by and starring himself is the mockumentary Take the Money and Run (1969).
Writer, star and director Woody Allen does some solo mugging as criminal 'Virgil Starkwell' preparing for a date in Take the Money and Run, music by Marvin Hamlisch.
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This killer comedy is every teenage horror film you've ever seen, taken to the farthest extreme of laughter. The screams are as frequent as the giggles as a crazed murderer terrorizes Lamab High. But the senior class is not going to take it lying down. Dodging such lethal weapons as paper clips and blackboard erasers, they set about confronting the mysterious "Breather" and other things that go bump in the night. No one is safe from the hilarious twists and turns of the madcap plot, least of all the student bodies themselves. Football games, pep rallies, and senior proms provide background for a romp that leaves no satirical possibility unexplored.
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A artist is asked by a CIA agent to deliver diplomatic papers.
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