Woody Allen's sentimental reminiscence about the golden age of radio. A series of vignettes involving radio personalities is intertwined with the life of a working class family in Rockaway Beach, NY circa 1942.Written by
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The film's soundtrack featured original songs from the 1930s and 1940s. See more »
In the closing sequence, when Julie Kavner (Mother) says, "I'm worried about the future," she spills champagne on the baby she is holding. She looks down briefly, but the camera ignores it and pans over. See more »
[presenting a condom to a class]
I found this on my parents' night table.
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This movie is one of my alltime favorites, Woody Allen at his best. Radio Days is wonderful, and so full of life that you almost can touch it. And the music is as always in Allen´s movies magnificent. A true classic!
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