Thursday, April 26, 2007

Deconstructing Woody Allen - 1967 Woody Allen is talking about his unique blend of anxiety and humour in this 1967 CBC Television interview. In a museum, in his apartment, in a comedy club and walking the streets of his beloved New York City, cameras follow the up-and-coming comedian. Allen discusses how he got his start in the industry, the process he goes through in writing a comic monologue, and how he calms his angst before his shows.

Runs: 11:27. First airdate: Nov. 19, 1967

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featuring, in addition to Woody Allen, Milton Berle (Contributor), Shelley Berman (Contributor), Jack Benny (Contributor), Joey Bishop (Contributor), George Burns (Contributor), Johnny Carson (Contributor), Maurice Chevalier (Contributor), Phyllis Diller (Contributor), Jimmy Durante (Contributor) and Dick Gregory

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