"My one regret in life is that I am not someone else. " - Woody Allen
Woody Allen's Other Works
Books, essays, scripts, plays
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Other Books and Scripts by Woody Allen
A collection of his late '60s magazine pieces, offers a look into Allen's bag of shtick. These short sketches
are reminiscent of his early films.
From the supposed memoirs of Hitler's barber: "Then, in January of 1945, a plot by several
generals to shave Hitler's moustache in his sleep failed when von Stauffenberg,
in the darkness of Hitler's bedroom, shaved off one of the Fhrer's eyebrows instead..."
This second collection of New Yorker-style sprint humor is a sly comment on
Emily Dickinson's famous quote, "Hope is the thing with feathers."
The book includes such famous essays like "The Whore of Mensa", "God (A Play)".
"No Kaddish for Weinstein"
and "If the Impressionists Had Been Dentists."
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His third collection of essays, these very funny pieces appeared in the New Yorker during the late
1970s. By this time, his style has drifted from goofy humor to more nuanced writing.
The book includes essays like "Remembering Needleman", "The Kugelmass Episode" and "Confessions of a
Included are the four complete scripts for his movies Annie Hall, Interiors, Manhattan
and Stardust Memories.
Marketplace Special: Hannah and her Sisters
The illustrated screenplay of Woody Allen's most successful film to date. This hard-to-find book is out of
print, however fans can get it here through the Amazon Marketplace connection. Photographs.
Marketplace Special: Broadway Danny Rose, Zelig, Purple Rose of Cairo
The 473 page book contains the full screenplays for three popular Woody Allen movies from the 1980s.
This book is out of
print, however fans can get it here through the Amazon Marketplace connection.