Radio Days

  • 1987
  • Movie
  • PG
  • Comedy

Writer-director Woody Allen draws on his own past in this nostalgic piece, cross-cutting between the Brooklyn of his youth, in this case the Rockaway area, and the uptown life being led by radio personalities. Allen gives us a typical yet intriguing family in Rockaway. Joe (Seth Green) is the youthful protagonist who lives with his parents (Julie Kavner...read more

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Radio Days - Official Trailer
01:43 — Allen's usual movie family in an affectionate homage to the golden age of radio. This should bring a lot of memories back for older viewers!
(Movie Clip) Scrap Iron
Pearl Harbor changes the world for Joey (Seth Green, director Woody Allen narrating) and his pals, listening to radio hero Biff Baxter (Jeff Daniels) (more…)
(Movie Clip) You Were A Witness!
Splendid turns by Danny Aiello (as Rocco the hit man) and Gina DeAngelis (his mom), supporting Mia Farrow (as Sally), who turns out to be from the old (more…)
(Movie Clip) Great Intuition
Woody Allen's narration introduces a vignette at a fancy night club featuring radio stars Roger (David Warrilow) and Irene (Julie Kurnitz) and cigaret (more…)
(Movie Clip) High Holidays
Larry David briefly appears as the neighbor in this vignette featuring Josh Mostel (Abe), Renee Lippin (Ceil), Julie Kavner (Mom) and Michael Tucker ( (more…)
(Movie Clip) Masked Avenger
Woody Allen is the narrator and Seth Green is his younger self, recalling his quest for Masked Avenger paraphernalia, and his Rabbi (Kenneth Mars), mo (more…)
Radio Days - (Original Trailer)
A young boy's coming of age is mirrored by his favorite radio shows and the lives of their stars in Woody Allen's Radio Days (1987).
(Movie Clip) Ruined Already!
Young Joey (Seth Green) is introducing his family in the voice of director Woody Allen, including Aunt Bea (Dianne Wiest), mom Tess (Julie Kavner) and (more…)

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  • Released: 1987
  • Rating: PG
  • Review: Writer-director Woody Allen draws on his own past in this nostalgic piece, cross-cutting between the Brooklyn of his youth, in this case the Rockaway area, and the uptown life being led by radio personalities. Allen gives us a typical yet intriguing family… (more)

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