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(2000) TV commercial: Telecom

(1980) Book: "Side Effects", Random House, Inc., New York. First NEL paperback edition, October 1981. Reprinted January 1982, November 1982, September 1983, March 1985, 1986. 0-450-05235-4

(1975) Book (sketches, stories, plays): "Without Feathers"

(1971) Book: "Getting Even"

Album: "Woody Allen, The Night Club Years" - live recordings of his stand-up act.

Book: "The Complete Prose of Woody Allen".

(2001) TV commercials: New York City Tourism

Playwright: "God", "Death" and "Sex", a trio of one-act plays. "Sex" is not and never has been available, and is rumored not to really exist.

(11/94) Stage: Wrote and directed "A Second Hand Memory". Atlantic Theater Company, New York City

(1969) Stage: Wrote "Play It Again, Sam", produced on Broadway. NOTE: Filmed as Play It Again, Sam (1972).

(1966) Stage: Don't Drink the Water. Comedy. Written by Woody Allen. Scenic/Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Design by Motley. Production Sound: Robert Maybaum. Sound Design by Lincoln J. Stulick. Associate Designer: Paul Trautvetter. Assistant to Mr. Mielziner: L.C. Warner. Directed by Stanley Prager. Morosco Theatre (moved to The Ethel Barrymore Theatre 22 Jan 1968- 23 Mar 1968, then moved to The Belasco Theatre from 25 Mar 1968- close): 17 Nov 1966- 20 Apr 1968 (598 performances + 19 previews that began on 2 Nov 1966). Cast: Lou Jacobi (as "Walter Hollander"), Kay Medford (as "Marion Hollander"), Tony Roberts (as "Axel Magee"), Anita Gillette (as "Susan Hollander"), Luke Andreas (as "Novotny"), Jonathan Bolt (as "Waiter"), Oliver Clark, James Dukas (as "as "Krojack"), John Hallow (as "Kaznar"), House Jameson (as "Ambassador James F. Magee") [final Broadway role], Richard Libertini, Gerry Matthews, Donna Mills (as "Sultan's 1st Wife"), Sharon Talbot (as "Countess Bordoni"), Gene Varrone (as "Chef"), Curtis Wheeler (as "Burns"). Standbys: Merle Albertson (as "Marion Hollander"), Don De Leo (as "Walter Hollander") [final Broadway role]. Understudies: Luke Andreas (as "Chef/Krojack/The Sultan of Bashir"), Jonathan Bolt [credited as Jonathan Bolt] (as "Axel Magee"), John Hallow (as "James F. Magee/Burns/Father Drobney"), Donna Mills (as "Susan Hollander"), Jim Stevenson (as "Kaznar/Kilroy"). Replacement cast during Morosco Theatre run: Understudy: Jim Stevenson (as "Axel Magee"). Replacement cast during Ethel Barrymore Theatre: James Beard (as "Chef"), Peggy Cass (as "Marion Hollander"), Len Cotchman (as "Kilroy") [from 31 Jul 1967- ?], Len Gochman (as "Axel Magee"), Dan Resin (as "Kilroy"), Gene Varrone (as "Father Drobney"). Understudies: Luke Andreas (as "Kaznar"), Jim Stevenson (as "Axel Magee"), Sharon Talbot (as "Susan Hollander"). Produced by David Merrick. Produced in association with Jack Rollins and Charles H. Joffe. Associate Producer: Samuel Liff. Note: Filmed as Don't Drink the Water (1969).

(1974) Stage: His play, "Play It Again, Sam," was performed at the Candelight Dinner Playhouse in Chicago, IL, with Peter De Maio.

(1960) From A to Z. Musical revue. Book by Woody Allen, Herbert Farjeon and Nina Warner Hooks. Featuring songs by Jerry Herman, Jay Thompson, Dickson Hughes, Everett Sloane, Jack Holmes, Mary Rodgers, Paul Klein, Fred Ebb, Norman Martin, William Dyer and Charles Zwar. Featuring songs with lyrics by Jerry Herman, Jay Thompson, Dickson Hughes, Everett Sloane, Jack Holmes, Marshall Barer, Fred Ebb, Norman Martin, Don Parks, Lee Goldsmith and Alan Melville. Musical Director: Milton Greene. Music orchestrated by Jay Brower and Jonathan Tunick. Vocal arrangements by Milton Greene. Dance arrangements by Jack Holmes. "On the Beach" devised by Mark Epstein and Christopher Hewett. Directed by Christopher Hewett. Plymouth Theatre: 20 Apr 1960- 7 May 1960 (21 performances). Cast: Hermione Gingold, Alvin Epstein, Louise Hoff, Elliott Reid, Kelly Brown, Michael Fresco, Stuart Damon, Bob Dishy, Isabelle Farrell, Larry Hovis, Nora Kovach, Doug Spingler, Paula Stewart, Beryl Towbin, Virginia Vestoff. Produced by Carroll Masterson and Harris Masterson.


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