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  Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Annie Hall
Annie Hall is a 1977 film directed by Woody Allen from a script by Allen and Marshall Brickman.
In one instance Allen's character, standing in line with Annie Hall and listening to someone behind him expound on Marshall McLuhan's work, leaves the line to speak to the camera directly.
Annie Hall is a benchmark for modern romantic comedies, with a large influence over future films.
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 Baseball Toaster : Bronx Banter : November 2003   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Sheffield is a borderline Hall of Famer who is coming off his greatest season.
Donald Hall is a poet as well as a baseball fan.
If you are looking to fill your off-season reading list, Hall has a book of sports essays called, "Fathers Playing Catch With Sons." The collection as a whole is well worth reading, but there is one article that I especially like: "Proseball: Sports, Stories, and Style," (1982) a criticial examination of baseball writing and literature.
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 Annie Hall Best Actress
...was a four-time Academy Award winner: Best Actress (Diane Keaton with her sole Oscar win.....Annie Hall (1977) Greatest Films (www.....quotes, resources, etc. Buy This Film..
Annie Hall Annie Hall is a 1977 film directed by Woody Allen from a script by Allen and Marshall...
"I saw ANNIE HALL in the theatre after I won the Oscar and I sat down in the theatre and I looked at it and I remember thinking, 'Wow, you are one luc
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My all-time favorites would have to be Fantasia, Life is Beautiful, Annie Hall, and Zeffirelli's Romeo and Juliet.
Of course, if you're looking for pure popcorn entertainment, you can't beat Indiana Jones or the Pink Panther series.
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