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List of Woody Allen Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Annie Hall (1977)
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9
Annie Hall
PG
62
9

One of the greatest movies of all-time, Annie Hall tells the story of comedian Alvy Singer who is trying to figure out the ups and downs of his failed relationship with singer Annie Hall. Alvy speaks directly to the audience, dissecting his childhood and relationships while revealing surreal and emotional moments from his life. 

Directed By:
Woody Allen
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Director, Academy Award for Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen, BAFTA Award for Best Direction, BAFTA Award for Best Screenplay
2. Manhattan (1979)
49
13
Manhattan
R
49
13

Twice-divorced and severely frustrated 42 years old TV writer, Issac Davis, is dating a seventeen years old Tracy. His ex-wife Jill has come out as a lesbian and is writing a book on their marriage. Meanwhile, Issac tries to navigate his feelings towards Mary Wilkie, his best friend’s mistress.

Starring:
Meryl Streep, Diane Keaton, Mariel Hemingway, Michael Murphy
Directed By:
Woody Allen
Awards:
BAFTA Award for Best Screenplay
3. Hannah and Her Sisters (1986)
44
6
Hannah and Her Sisters
PG-13
44
6

Three sisters Lee, Holly and Hannah, reunite after two years at a Thanksgiving party. Things take a turn when Hannah discovers that her husband is actually having an affair with her sister, Lee. 

Directed By:
Woody Allen
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen, BAFTA Award for Best Direction, BAFTA Award for Best Screenplay - Original
4. Crimes and Misdemeanors (1989)
41
4
Crimes and Misdemeanors
PG-13
41
4

An existential comedy considered by many as Woody Allen’s greatest work, the film follows two story lines. One concerns a successful, but philandering ophthalmologist, who has his mistress killed when she threatens to reveal his affair and the other concerns a married documentary filmmaker in love with his brother-in-law’s associate producer. 

Starring:
Alan Alda, Daryl Hannah, Martin Landau, Mia Farrow, Sam Waterston, Bill Bernstein, Claire Bloom
Directed By:
Woody Allen
5. Midnight in Paris (2011)
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14
Midnight in Paris
PG-13
71
14

Set in Paris, Midnight in Paris follows a screenwriter who is forced to confront the relationship issues he has with his fiancee and accept that their ways of life are too different to be compatible. The film premiered at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival. 

Directed By:
Woody Allen
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Writing, Original Screenplay, Golden Globe Award for Best Screenplay - Motion Picture, Grammy Award for Best Compilation Soundtrack For Visual Media
6. The Purple Rose of Cairo (1985)
30
10
The Purple Rose of Cairo
PG
30
10

Set in the depression era, the film centers on an unhappy waitress caught in a loveless marriage. To assuage her loneliness, she often goes to see films, the latest of them being The Purple Rose of Cairo. Fascinated, she sits through it several times until Tom Baxter, the lead character, steps literally out of the screen to talk to her.  

Starring:
Danny Aiello, Jeff Daniels, Mia Farrow, Dianne Wiest, Irving Metzman, Stephanie Farrow
Directed By:
Woody Allen
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Best Screenplay - Motion Picture, BAFTA Award for Best Film, BAFTA Award for Best Screenplay - Original
7. Zelig (1983)
28
10
Zelig
PG
28
10

Woody Allen plays Leonard Zelig in this mockumentary written and directed by him. Zelig's fly on the wall personality gives him the unique ability to look and act like the people around him. When his skills gain popularity, he catches the fancy of Eudora Fletcher, a doctor who wants to study him.

Starring:
Mia Farrow, Patrick Horgan, John Buckwalter, Marvin Chatinover
Directed By:
Woody Allen
8. Love and Death (1975)
27
4
Love and Death
TV-MA
27
4

This parody war film tells the story of a simple Russian villager who is forced to join the Russian army during the Napoleonic Wars. However, he soon accidentally becomes a military hero.

Starring:
Tony Jay, Diane Keaton, Frank Adu, Georges Adet, Edmond Ardisson
Directed By:
Woody Allen
9. Match Point (2005)
42
12
Match Point
R
42
12

The psychological thriller centers on tennis instructor Chris Walton after he befriends a wealthy student Tom Hewett. He soon marries Tom’s sister Chloe to get a job with her millionaire father Alec. But a dangerous affair with Tom’s girlfriend Nola Rice and her pregnancy not only threaten his marriage but force him to commit unforgivable crimes. 

Starring:
Scarlett Johansson, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Mark Gatiss, Brian Cox, Matthew Goode, Penelope Wilton
Directed By:
Woody Allen
10. Husbands and Wives (1992)
26
5
Husbands and Wives
R
26
5

Gabe, a professor, and his wife, Judy, are shocked to hear that their best friends Sally and Jack are splitting up. Eventually, this makes them question their own relationship as well.

Directed By:
Woody Allen
Awards:
BAFTA Award for Best Screenplay - Original
11. Bullets Over Broadway (1994)
27
5
Bullets Over Broadway
R
27
5

David Shayne is a young and idealistic playwright who moves to Broadway in 1928. A gangster agrees to fund his debut play on the condition that David casts his demanding and talentless girlfriend as the actress. David turns into a cheating writer by the time of the opening night.

Starring:
Chazz Palminteri, John Cusack, Edie Falco, Mary-Louise Parker, Rob Reiner, Jennifer Tilly, Dianne Wiest
Directed By:
Woody Allen
12. Radio Days (1987)
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4
Radio Days
PG
31
4

This comedy drama film tells the story of Joe, a nostalgic, who looks back at the golden age of the radio, and remembers his childhood memories.

Starring:
Seth Green, William H. Macy, Julie Kavner, Larry David, Rebecca Schaeffer, Danny Aiello, Mia Farrow
Directed By:
Woody Allen
13. Broadway Danny Rose (1984)
29
6
Broadway Danny Rose
PG
29
6

Broadway Danny Rose is a comedy film which tells us the story of a talent agent who tries to reconcile his client, who is a lounge singer, with his mistress. However, he is mistaken by a jealous gangster to be her lover.

Starring:
Milton Berle, Mia Farrow, Nick Apollo Forte, Sandy Baron, Corbett Monica
Directed By:
Woody Allen
Awards:
BAFTA Award for Best Screenplay - Original
14. Blue Jasmine (2013)
42
12
Blue Jasmine
PG-13
42
12

Jasmine Francis’s life is a mess – her wealthy husband was arrested for forgery and he committed suicide; she is a complete broke and has suffered a nervous breakdown and is consuming too much alcohol and anti-anxiety medicine. She moves in with her working class sister and decides to improve her present but in doing so, chooses a path of deception.

Starring:
Cate Blanchett, Alden Ehrenreich, Louis C.K., Bobby Cannavale, Alec Baldwin, Michael Stuhlbarg, Charlie Tahan
Directed By:
Woody Allen
15. Deconstructing Harry (1997)
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10
Deconstructing Harry
R
21
10

This comedy film written and directed by Woody Allen also stars him in the lead as a successful writer named Harry Block. It follows Block on his way to receive an honorary degree from the university which once threw him out. Accompanying him on the drive are a prostitute, a friend and his son.

Starring:
Kirstie Alley, Stanley Tucci, Tobey Maguire, Amy Irving, Billy Crystal, Paul Giamatti, Elisabeth Shue
Directed By:
Woody Allen
16. Manhattan Murder Mystery (1993)
26
5
Manhattan Murder Mystery
PG
26
5

Manhattan Murder Mystery is a mystery comedy film, which tells the story of Carol and Larry, a middle-aged couple who suspect foul play when their neighbor’s wife suddenly drops dead. Therefore they decide to investigate. 

Starring:
Joy Behar, Aida Turturro, Zach Braff, Alan Alda, Diane Keaton, Ron Rifkin, Jerry Adler
Directed By:
Woody Allen
17. Interiors (1978)
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8
Interiors
TV-MA
14
8

Interiors is a drama film which tells the story of an interior designer who decides to split up with her husband after decades of marriage. Their three daughters receive this news as a shock, and their lives start going out of control.

Starring:
Geraldine Page, Sam Waterston, Diane Keaton, Richard Jordan, Mary Beth Hurt, E.G. Marshall, Kristin Griffith
Directed By:
Woody Allen
18. Sweet and Lowdown (1999)
18
6
Sweet and Lowdown
PG-13
18
6

Emmett Ray is a famed jazz guitarist, who believes that love is a hindrance to his musical career. His views start to change after he develops affection for a shy and mute woman. However, shortly after he gains fame, he gets married to a wealthy socialite on a whim. 

Starring:
Sean Penn, John Waters, Uma Thurman, Tony Darrow
Directed By:
Woody Allen
19. Take the Money and Run (1969)
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5
Take the Money and Run
M
28
5

Virgil Starkwell aims to become a bank robber, despite being completely incompetent. However, he eventually gets caught and is put in prison. However, he plans a prison break.  

Starring:
Janet Margolin, Lonny Chapman, Marcel Hillaire, Jacquelyn Hyde
Directed By:
Woody Allen
20. Stardust Memories (1980)
19
7
Stardust Memories
PG
19
7

This comedy drama film revolves around the life of Sandy Bates, a famous filmmaker, whose fans want him to go back to making funny movies as they prefer it more to his recent artistic efforts.  Meanwhile, he is also trying to sort out his love life.

Starring:
Sharon Stone, Jessica Harper, Tony Roberts, Charlotte Rampling
Directed By:
Woody Allen
21. Another Woman (1988)
15
7
Another Woman
PG
15
7

Another Woman is a drama film which revolves around Marion, a philosophy professor going through a mid-life crisis. When she rents an apartment to work on her new book, she soon finds that she can hear into the next room, which is a psychiatrist’s office. She gets drawn to the plight of a woman named Hope, and her story also helps Marion reevaluate her life.  

Starring:
Gena Rowlands, Gene Hackman, Ian Holm, Blythe Danner, Mia Farrow
Directed By:
Woody Allen
22. Vicky Cristina Barcelona (2008)
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13
Vicky Cristina Barcelona
PG-13
44
13

Two American women on a holiday in Barcelona discover a mutual attraction for an artist who is yet hooked to his former wife. Emotions are on a picturesque roller coaster ride in this romantic comedy-drama by Woody Allen.

Starring:
Penelope Cruz, Javier Bardem, Scarlett Johansson, Patricia Clarkson, Chris Messina, Rebecca Hall, Penélope Cruz
Directed By:
Woody Allen
23. Whatever Works (2009)
20
10
Whatever Works
PG-13
20
10

Whatever Works tells the story of a middle-aged, misanthropic divorcee from New York, who survives a suicide attempt. Some time later, he surprisingly enters into a strange relationship with a much younger, unsophisticated girl. 

Starring:
Henry Cavill, Ed Begley Jr., Evan Rachel Wood, Larry David, Adam Brooks, Lyle Kanouse, Michael McKean
Directed By:
Woody Allen
24. Sleeper (1973)
26
6
Sleeper
TV-14
26
6

Sleeper is a sci-fi comedy film, which tells the story of a few radicals, who revive a clarinet player, who was frozen for years, so that he would be able to assist them in their attempts to overthrow an oppressive government. 

Starring:
Diane Keaton, John Beck, Don Keefer, Mary Gregory
Directed By:
Woody Allen
25. Mighty Aphrodite (1995)
24
6
Mighty Aphrodite
R
24
6

Mighty Aphrodite is a fantasy comedy film, which tells the story of Lenny and Amanda who adopt a child, who turns out to be a genius. Assuming his biological parents to be brilliant as well, they seek out the child’s birth mother. However, they are astonished when they find out that his biological mother is a porn star and a prostitute. 

Starring:
Mira Sorvino, F. Murray Abraham, Helena Bonham Carter, Paul Giamatti, Pamela Blair
Directed By:
Woody Allen
26. Bananas (1971)
23
6
Bananas
TV-14
23
6

After his girlfriend leaves him, a New Yorker travels to a tiny Latin American nation and gets involved in its latest rebellion.

Starring:
Sylvester Stallone, Louise Lasser, Carlos Montalbán, Nati Abascal
Directed By:
Woody Allen
27. The Curse of the Jade Scorpion (2001)
19
9
The Curse of the Jade Scorpion
PG-13
19
9

The Curse of the Jade Scorpion is a crime comedy film, which tells the story of an insurance investigator Briggs, and Betty, a new employee at his company. Both of them dislike each other, but their lives take a strange turn when both of them are hypnotized by an evil magician who plans to use them to carry out his evil plans.   

Starring:
Helen Hunt, Elizabeth Berkley, Dan Aykroyd, Charlize Theron, John Tormey, John Schuck
Directed By:
Woody Allen
28. Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex * But Were Afraid to Ask (1972)
18
8
Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex * But Were Afraid to Ask
TV-MA
18
8

Inspired by a book of the same name by Dr David Reuben, this film tells seven different stories which try to answer seven different questions about sex. 

Starring:
Burt Reynolds, John Carradine, Gene Wilder, Lynn Redgrave, Lou Jacobi, Anthony Quayle
Directed By:
Woody Allen
29. Everyone Says I Love You (1996)
15
7
Everyone Says I Love You
R
15
7

While her stepsister gets engaged, a New York girl decides to set up her father with a beautiful woman who is going through a troubled marriage.  . 

Starring:
Julia Roberts, Natasha Lyonne, Goldie Hawn, Tim Roth, Billy Crudup, Edward Norton, Drew Barrymore
Directed By:
Woody Allen
30. Shadows and Fog (1991)
18
4
Shadows and Fog
PG-13
18
4

Kleinman is a timid bookkeeper, who wanders around town and tries his best in finding a dangerous serial killer who is on the loose.  

Starring:
Donald Pleasence, John Malkovich, Peter Dinklage, Lily Tomlin, Kathy Bates, Jodie Foster, John Cusack
Directed By:
Woody Allen
31. Scoop (2006)
23
9
Scoop
PG-13
23
9

Even after death investigative reporter, Joe Strombel, decides to communicate with an awkward journalism student Sondra Pranksy, to expose a serial killer known as the Tarot Card Killer. Unfortunately, the prime suspect, British aristocrat, Lyman, proves to be more than a match for Sondra and her ally magician Sid Waterman. 

Starring:
Hugh Jackman, Ian McShane, Meera Syal, Romola Garai, Sanjeev Bhaskar, Scarlett Johansson, Robert Bathurst
Directed By:
Woody Allen
32. Café Society (2016)
16
11
Café Society
PG-13
16
11

A young Bronx man moves to Hollywood, where he falls madly in love with his uncle’s pretty secretary.  But when he learns that she is actually his uncle’s mistress he returns home heartbroken and begins to run a high-end nightclub with his brother. He also meets a beautiful socialite, whom he plans to marry. At this point, his old love walks back into his life.  

Starring:
Jesse Eisenberg, Kristen Stewart, Parker Posey, Blake Lively, Steve Carell, Corey Stoll, Sheryl Lee
Directed By:
Woody Allen
33. Cassandra's Dream (2007)
12
9
Cassandra's Dream
PG-13
12
9

Cassandra’s Dream is a suspense crime drama film, which tells the story of two brothers who are going through financial woes. When a third party proposes that they turn to crime, things get quite ugly and the two brothers become enemies. 

Starring:
Colin Farrell, Ewan McGregor, Tamzin Outhwaite, Peter-Hugo Daly, John Benfield, Clare Higgins
Directed By:
Woody Allen
34. Irrational Man (2015)
19
7
Irrational Man
R
19
7

A philosophy professor, who suffers from existential crisis, finds a purpose in his life when one day he overhears a woman complaining that she may lose her children because of a corrupt judge and decides to murder him, reasoning that he will never be caught because he is not connected to the case. But justice has its own way of catching up. 

Starring:
Emma Stone, Joaquin Phoenix, Parker Posey, Joe Stapleton, Nancy Carroll, Allison Gallerani
Directed By:
Woody Allen
35. Small Time Crooks (2000)
19
5
Small Time Crooks
PG
19
5

This heist comedy film, tells the story of a crooked married couple, who plan to rob a local bank. However, they also start selling cookies as their cover up business. Ironically their cookie business makes them even richer, and the duo is now unsure whether they should continue stealing.  

Starring:
Elaine Stritch, Elaine May, Hugh Grant, Tracey Ullman, Tony Darrow, Michael Rapaport
Directed By:
Woody Allen
36. A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy (1982)
13
7
A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy
PG
13
7

A Midsummer Night’s Sex Comedy is a sex comedy film which tells the story of an eccentric inventor and his wife, who invite two other couples to their summer house for the weekend. Soon, old romances reignite, new romances develop and everyone ends up sneaking off behind other’s backs.

Starring:
Mary Steenburgen, Mia Farrow, José Ferrer, Julie Hagerty, Tony Roberts
Directed By:
Woody Allen
37. Alice (1990)
13
6
Alice
PG-13
13
6

Alice Tate is a housewife living in New York who is married to a wealthy man named Doug. She spends most of her time shopping, getting beauty treatment and gossiping with her friends. Things take a turn when she falls for a handsome jazz musician named Joe. She finds herself mysteriously attracted to him, and experiences guilt for this, which manifests itself in the form of a backache.   

Starring:
Elle Macpherson, Bernadette Peters, Mia Farrow, Blythe Danner, Julie Kavner, Alec Baldwin, Joe Mantegna
Directed By:
Woody Allen
38. Magic in the Moonlight (2014)
16
10
Magic in the Moonlight
PG-13
16
10

Magic in the Moonlight is a romantic comedy film which tells the story of an acclaimed magician Stanley Crawford. He despises claims by phony spiritualists, who claim to perform real magic. After he is asked to expose a young medium named Sophie, he meets her, but he is left surprised by evidence that her powers might be real. 

Starring:
Colin Firth, Emma Stone, Antonia Clarke, Natasha Andrews, Valérie Beaulieu, Peter Wollasch
Directed By:
Woody Allen
39. Hollywood Ending (2002)
13
7
Hollywood Ending
PG-13
13
7

Hollywood Ending is a romantic comedy film which tells the story of a former filmmaker who has been hired to direct his ex-wife, who is now dating the boss of the studio. However, just before he arrives on the set, he develops a case of psychosomatic blindness. With the help of a few friends, he tries to direct the film blind, without any of the producers or executives knowing about his disability.

Starring:
Aaron Stanford, Tiffani Thiessen, Téa Leoni, Bob Dorian, Ivan Martin
Directed By:
Woody Allen
40. A Rainy Day in New York (2018)
18
7
A Rainy Day in New York
PG-13
18
7

A Rainy Day in New York is a romantic comedy film which revolves around a  young couple who arrives in New York planning a romantic weekend. However, their plans are soon ruined when the sunlight turns into a shower.

Starring:
Timothée Chalamet, Selena Gomez, Diego Luna, Liev Schreiber, Jude Law, Elle Fanning, Rebecca Hall
Directed By:
Woody Allen
41. September (1987)
9
8
September
PG
9
8

September is a drama film which tells the story of a suicidal woman named Lane, who retreats to her summerhouse in Vermont to spend some time alone. However, problems arise when houseguests disrupt her healing process. Meanwhile, Lane also struggles to deal with her obnoxious mother, who pays her a visit. Soon, things get complicated when Lane finds herself attracted to a writer named Peter.  

Starring:
Elaine Stritch, Sam Waterston, Mia Farrow, Dianne Wiest, Denholm Elliott
Directed By:
Woody Allen
42. Men of Crisis: The Harvey Wallinger Story (1971)
5
6
Men of Crisis: The Harvey Wallinger Story
5
6
Starring:
Diane Keaton, David Ackroyd, Wil Albert, Conrad Bain
Directed By:
Woody Allen
44. Melinda and Melinda (2004)
11
5
Melinda and Melinda
TV-MA
11
5

This comedy drama film revolves around four writers who discuss the nature of comedy and tragedy over dinner, by narrating two different versions of the same story about a woman named Melinda.

Starring:
Will Ferrell, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Steve Carell, Josh Brolin, Wallace Shawn, Larry Pine, Radha Mitchell
Directed By:
Woody Allen
45. New York Stories (1989)
16
4
New York Stories
PG
16
4

New York Stories is an anthology drama film which tells us three different stories, all of them taking place in New York. The first one tells the story of Lionel, a middle-aged artist, who is infatuated with his assistant. The second story revolves around a 12 year old girl who lives in a luxurious hotel. The third one deals with a New York lawyer dealing with his possessive mother.     

Starring:
Nick Nolte, Holly Marie Combs, Steve Buscemi, Martin Scorsese, Debbie Harry, Kirsten Dunst, Giancarlo Giannini
46. Sounds from a Town I Love (2001)
6
3
Sounds from a Town I Love
6
3
Starring:
Bebe Neuwirth, Griffin Dunne, Marshall Brickman, Michael Emerson, Hazelle Goodman, William Hill
Directed By:
Woody Allen
47. To Rome with Love (2012)
13
12
To Rome with Love
R
13
12

The film presents four unrelated stories, taking place in Rome. The first story focuses on an Italian bathroom singer being put on stage by an American opera director, while the second portrays the perils of a young couple, fresh from rural belt. The third focuses on a middle-class Roman suddenly becoming a celebrity while the fourth is about an American architect reliving his youth. 

Starring:
Greta Gerwig, Ellen Page, Ornella Muti, Alessandra Mastronardi, Roberto Benigni, Penelope Cruz, Alison Pill
Directed By:
Woody Allen
48. You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger (2010)
11
8
You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger
R
11
8

After forty years of married life, Helena finds herself abandoned by her husband, Alfie, who divorces her to marry a prostitute. In desperation, she starts consulting a psychic. Their daughter Sally, married to an unsuccessful author, falls for her boss while her husband begins to admire an already engaged woman, leading to more heartburn. 

Starring:
Theo James, Anupam Kher, Freida Pinto, Naomi Watts, Antonio Banderas, Lucy Punch, Josh Brolin
Directed By:
Woody Allen
49. Anything Else (2003)
9
6
Anything Else
R
9
6

Jerry Falk, an aspiring writer living in New York, falls for a beautiful and free-spirited young woman named Amanda. Although he leaves his girlfriend for Amanda, his relationship with her turns out to be quite complicated.  

Starring:
Christina Ricci, Jimmy Fallon, Danny DeVito, Adrian Grenier, Jason Biggs, Fisher Stevens
Directed By:
Woody Allen
50. Celebrity (1998)
10
7
Celebrity
R
10
7

Celebrity is a comedy-drama film which revolves around a divorce couple, Lee and his insecure wife named Robin. After splitting, their lives change drastically as one’s life becomes a failure and the other one finds happiness and success.

Starring:
Ian Somerhalder, Hank Azaria, Bebe Neuwirth, Famke Janssen, Kenneth Branagh, Sam Rockwell, Melanie Griffith
Directed By:
Woody Allen
51. Don't Drink the Water (1994)
6
6
Don't Drink the Water
PG
6
6
Starring:
Michael J. Fox, Julie Kavner, Ed Herlihy, Josef Sommer, Robert Stanton, Edward Herrmann
Directed By:
Woody Allen
52. Wonder Wheel (2017)
11
8
Wonder Wheel
PG-13
11
8

Set in the 1950s, on Coney Island, Wonder Wheel revolves around four people whose lives entwine in the Coney Island amusement park. Mickey, a lifegurad who aspires to be a playwright; Ginny, a former actress who earns her living by working as a waitress; Humpty, Ginny's not so sophisticated husband; and Carolina, Humpty's long alienated daughter who is hiding in her father's apartment to save herself from gangsters.

Starring:
Kate Winslet, Jim Belushi, Max Casella, Justin Timberlake, Juno Temple
Directed By:
Woody Allen
53. Rifkin's Festival (2020)
13
9
Rifkin's Festival
PG-13
13
9

Mort Rifkin, an elderly film critic, who lives in New York, pays a visit to his therapist, to talk about the recent developments in his life. He talks about his young wife Sue who works as a press agent for a French director, who makes anti-war films. He feels jealous of their relationship, and these thoughts and fears causes him to have nightmares. Eventually, he is shocked when Sue informs him that she is planning to leave him to start a new life with Philippe.

54. What's Up, Tiger Lily? (1966)
13
8
What's Up, Tiger Lily?
PG
13
8

Phil Moskowitz is a secret agent, who is on a mission to uncover the world’s best egg salad recipe. He is aided in his mission by Suki, a gorgeous woman and her sister Teri. However, it seems that the recipe is in the possession of a notorious criminal named Shepherd Wong.

Starring:
Frank Buxton, Louise Lasser, Len Maxwell, Spoonful The Lovin'
Directed By:
Woody Allen, Senkichi Taniguchi

Movies (Actor)

1. Hannah and Her Sisters (1986)
74
8
Hannah and Her Sisters
PG-13
74
8

Three sisters Lee, Holly and Hannah, reunite after two years at a Thanksgiving party. Things take a turn when Hannah discovers that her husband is actually having an affair with her sister, Lee. 

Starring:
Michael Caine, Mia Farrow, Dianne Wiest, Sam Waterston, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Max von Sydow, James Thomas Patrick Walsh
Directed By:
Woody Allen
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen, BAFTA Award for Best Direction, BAFTA Award for Best Screenplay - Original
2. Crimes and Misdemeanors (1989)
72
8
Crimes and Misdemeanors
PG-13
72
8

An existential comedy considered by many as Woody Allen’s greatest work, the film follows two story lines. One concerns a successful, but philandering ophthalmologist, who has his mistress killed when she threatens to reveal his affair and the other concerns a married documentary filmmaker in love with his brother-in-law’s associate producer. 

Starring:
Alan Alda, Daryl Hannah, Martin Landau, Mia Farrow, Sam Waterston, Bill Bernstein, Claire Bloom
Directed By:
Woody Allen
3. Broadway Danny Rose (1984)
50
7
Broadway Danny Rose
PG
50
7

Broadway Danny Rose is a comedy film which tells us the story of a talent agent who tries to reconcile his client, who is a lounge singer, with his mistress. However, he is mistaken by a jealous gangster to be her lover.

Role:
Danny Rose
Starring:
Milton Berle, Mia Farrow, Nick Apollo Forte, Sandy Baron, Corbett Monica
Directed By:
Woody Allen
Awards:
BAFTA Award for Best Screenplay - Original
4. Sleeper (1973)
48
8
Sleeper
TV-14
48
8

Sleeper is a sci-fi comedy film, which tells the story of a few radicals, who revive a clarinet player, who was frozen for years, so that he would be able to assist them in their attempts to overthrow an oppressive government. 

Role:
Miles Monroe
Starring:
Diane Keaton, John Beck, Don Keefer, Mary Gregory
Directed By:
Woody Allen
5. Zelig (1983)
55
9
Zelig
PG
55
9

Woody Allen plays Leonard Zelig in this mockumentary written and directed by him. Zelig's fly on the wall personality gives him the unique ability to look and act like the people around him. When his skills gain popularity, he catches the fancy of Eudora Fletcher, a doctor who wants to study him.

Role:
Leonard Zelig
Starring:
Mia Farrow, Patrick Horgan, John Buckwalter, Marvin Chatinover
Directed By:
Woody Allen
6. Manhattan Murder Mystery (1993)
39
7
Manhattan Murder Mystery
PG
39
7

Manhattan Murder Mystery is a mystery comedy film, which tells the story of Carol and Larry, a middle-aged couple who suspect foul play when their neighbor’s wife suddenly drops dead. Therefore they decide to investigate. 

Role:
Larry Lipton
Starring:
Joy Behar, Aida Turturro, Zach Braff, Alan Alda, Diane Keaton, Ron Rifkin, Jerry Adler
Directed By:
Woody Allen
7. Manhattan (1979)
89
17
Manhattan
R
89
17

Twice-divorced and severely frustrated 42 years old TV writer, Issac Davis, is dating a seventeen years old Tracy. His ex-wife Jill has come out as a lesbian and is writing a book on their marriage. Meanwhile, Issac tries to navigate his feelings towards Mary Wilkie, his best friend’s mistress.

Role:
Isaac
Starring:
Meryl Streep, Diane Keaton, Mariel Hemingway, Michael Murphy
Directed By:
Woody Allen
Awards:
BAFTA Award for Best Screenplay
8. Annie Hall (1977)
106
22
Annie Hall
PG
106
22

One of the greatest movies of all-time, Annie Hall tells the story of comedian Alvy Singer who is trying to figure out the ups and downs of his failed relationship with singer Annie Hall. Alvy speaks directly to the audience, dissecting his childhood and relationships while revealing surreal and emotional moments from his life. 

Role:
Alvy Singer
Starring:
Jeff Goldblum, Christopher Walken, Sigourney Weaver, Paul Simon, Diane Keaton, Tony Roberts, Carol Kane
Directed By:
Woody Allen
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Director, Academy Award for Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen, BAFTA Award for Best Direction, BAFTA Award for Best Screenplay
9. Bananas (1971)
31
6
Bananas
TV-14
31
6

After his girlfriend leaves him, a New Yorker travels to a tiny Latin American nation and gets involved in its latest rebellion.

Role:
Fielding Mellish
Starring:
Sylvester Stallone, Louise Lasser, Carlos Montalbán, Nati Abascal
Directed By:
Woody Allen
10. Stardust Memories (1980)
30
7
Stardust Memories
PG
30
7

This comedy drama film revolves around the life of Sandy Bates, a famous filmmaker, whose fans want him to go back to making funny movies as they prefer it more to his recent artistic efforts.  Meanwhile, he is also trying to sort out his love life.

Role:
Sandy Bates
Starring:
Sharon Stone, Jessica Harper, Tony Roberts, Charlotte Rampling
Directed By:
Woody Allen
11. The Front (1976)
27
6
The Front
PG
27
6

Howard Prince is a restaurant cashier who is approached by a blacklisted screenwriter to sell a script under his own name. Howard accepts, seeing this as an opportunity to make extra cash. Eventually, he becomes a ‘front’ for several blacklisted writers. But, the injustice around him start to affect him, and he is forced to take a stand.

Role:
Howard Prince
Starring:
Danny Aiello, Andrea Marcovicci, Zero Mostel, Michael Murphy, Herschel Bernardi
Directed By:
Martin Ritt
12. Take the Money and Run (1969)
33
8
Take the Money and Run
M
33
8

Virgil Starkwell aims to become a bank robber, despite being completely incompetent. However, he eventually gets caught and is put in prison. However, he plans a prison break.  

Role:
Virgil Starkwell
Starring:
Janet Margolin, Lonny Chapman, Marcel Hillaire, Jacquelyn Hyde
Directed By:
Woody Allen
13. Love and Death (1975)
43
11
Love and Death
TV-MA
43
11

This parody war film tells the story of a simple Russian villager who is forced to join the Russian army during the Napoleonic Wars. However, he soon accidentally becomes a military hero.

Role:
Boris
Starring:
Tony Jay, Diane Keaton, Frank Adu, Georges Adet, Edmond Ardisson
Directed By:
Woody Allen
14. Mighty Aphrodite (1995)
29
8
Mighty Aphrodite
R
29
8

Mighty Aphrodite is a fantasy comedy film, which tells the story of Lenny and Amanda who adopt a child, who turns out to be a genius. Assuming his biological parents to be brilliant as well, they seek out the child’s birth mother. However, they are astonished when they find out that his biological mother is a porn star and a prostitute. 

Starring:
Mira Sorvino, F. Murray Abraham, Helena Bonham Carter, Paul Giamatti, Pamela Blair
Directed By:
Woody Allen
15. Deconstructing Harry (1997)
37
11
Deconstructing Harry
R
37
11

This comedy film written and directed by Woody Allen also stars him in the lead as a successful writer named Harry Block. It follows Block on his way to receive an honorary degree from the university which once threw him out. Accompanying him on the drive are a prostitute, a friend and his son.

Starring:
Kirstie Alley, Stanley Tucci, Tobey Maguire, Amy Irving, Billy Crystal, Paul Giamatti, Elisabeth Shue
Directed By:
Woody Allen
16. Sweet and Lowdown (1999)
23
7
Sweet and Lowdown
PG-13
23
7

Emmett Ray is a famed jazz guitarist, who believes that love is a hindrance to his musical career. His views start to change after he develops affection for a shy and mute woman. However, shortly after he gains fame, he gets married to a wealthy socialite on a whim. 

Role:
Woody Allen
Starring:
Sean Penn, John Waters, Uma Thurman, Tony Darrow
Directed By:
Woody Allen
17. Everyone Says I Love You (1996)
27
10
Everyone Says I Love You
R
27
10

While her stepsister gets engaged, a New York girl decides to set up her father with a beautiful woman who is going through a troubled marriage.  . 

Starring:
Julia Roberts, Natasha Lyonne, Goldie Hawn, Tim Roth, Billy Crudup, Edward Norton, Drew Barrymore
Directed By:
Woody Allen
18. Husbands and Wives (1992)
12
4
Husbands and Wives
R
12
4

Gabe, a professor, and his wife, Judy, are shocked to hear that their best friends Sally and Jack are splitting up. Eventually, this makes them question their own relationship as well.

Role:
Gabe Roth
Starring:
Juliette Lewis, Blythe Danner, Sydney Pollack, Liam Neeson, Mia Farrow, Nick Metropolis
Directed By:
Woody Allen
Awards:
BAFTA Award for Best Screenplay - Original
19. Play It Again, Sam (1972)
32
11
Play It Again, Sam
TV-PG
32
11

San Francisco’s gawky film critic Allan Felix, a devoted fan of Humphrey Bogart and Casablanca, has recently separated from his wife, Nancy. His friends, married couple Dick and Linda Christie, try to help him by arranging blind dates. Apparition of his idol, Bogart, keeps advising Allan, who tries to be like Bogart, but ends up being clumsy. Ultimately, he falls in love with Linda.  

Role:
Allan
Starring:
Diane Keaton, Tony Roberts, Jerry Lacy, Susan Anspach
Directed By:
Herbert Ross
20. Shadows and Fog (1991)
19
7
Shadows and Fog
PG-13
19
7

Kleinman is a timid bookkeeper, who wanders around town and tries his best in finding a dangerous serial killer who is on the loose.  

Role:
Kleinman
Starring:
Donald Pleasence, John Malkovich, Peter Dinklage, Lily Tomlin, Kathy Bates, Jodie Foster, John Cusack
Directed By:
Woody Allen
21. Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex * But Were Afraid to Ask (1972)
27
11
Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex * But Were Afraid to Ask
TV-MA
27
11

Inspired by a book of the same name by Dr David Reuben, this film tells seven different stories which try to answer seven different questions about sex. 

Role:
Victor / Fabrizio / The Fool / Sperm
Starring:
Burt Reynolds, John Carradine, Gene Wilder, Lynn Redgrave, Lou Jacobi, Anthony Quayle
Directed By:
Woody Allen
22. Small Time Crooks (2000)
23
9
Small Time Crooks
PG
23
9

This heist comedy film, tells the story of a crooked married couple, who plan to rob a local bank. However, they also start selling cookies as their cover up business. Ironically their cookie business makes them even richer, and the duo is now unsure whether they should continue stealing.  

Role:
Ray
Starring:
Elaine Stritch, Elaine May, Hugh Grant, Tracey Ullman, Tony Darrow, Michael Rapaport
Directed By:
Woody Allen
23. Hollywood Ending (2002)
23
10
Hollywood Ending
PG-13
23
10

Hollywood Ending is a romantic comedy film which tells the story of a former filmmaker who has been hired to direct his ex-wife, who is now dating the boss of the studio. However, just before he arrives on the set, he develops a case of psychosomatic blindness. With the help of a few friends, he tries to direct the film blind, without any of the producers or executives knowing about his disability.

Starring:
Aaron Stanford, Tiffani Thiessen, Téa Leoni, Bob Dorian, Ivan Martin
Directed By:
Woody Allen
24. The Curse of the Jade Scorpion (2001)
28
12
The Curse of the Jade Scorpion
PG-13
28
12

The Curse of the Jade Scorpion is a crime comedy film, which tells the story of an insurance investigator Briggs, and Betty, a new employee at his company. Both of them dislike each other, but their lives take a strange turn when both of them are hypnotized by an evil magician who plans to use them to carry out his evil plans.   

Role:
CW Briggs
Starring:
Helen Hunt, Elizabeth Berkley, Dan Aykroyd, Charlize Theron, John Tormey, John Schuck
Directed By:
Woody Allen
25. Anything Else (2003)
19
10
Anything Else
R
19
10

Jerry Falk, an aspiring writer living in New York, falls for a beautiful and free-spirited young woman named Amanda. Although he leaves his girlfriend for Amanda, his relationship with her turns out to be quite complicated.  

Role:
David Dobel
Starring:
Christina Ricci, Jimmy Fallon, Danny DeVito, Adrian Grenier, Jason Biggs, Fisher Stevens
Directed By:
Woody Allen
26. Men of Crisis: The Harvey Wallinger Story (1971)
6
3
Men of Crisis: The Harvey Wallinger Story
6
3
Role:
Harvey Wallinger
Starring:
Diane Keaton, David Ackroyd, Wil Albert, Conrad Bain
Directed By:
Woody Allen
27. Don't Drink the Water (1994)
6
3
Don't Drink the Water
PG
6
3
Starring:
Michael J. Fox, Julie Kavner, Ed Herlihy, Josef Sommer, Robert Stanton, Edward Herrmann
Directed By:
Woody Allen
28. A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy (1982)
16
10
A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy
PG
16
10

A Midsummer Night’s Sex Comedy is a sex comedy film which tells the story of an eccentric inventor and his wife, who invite two other couples to their summer house for the weekend. Soon, old romances reignite, new romances develop and everyone ends up sneaking off behind other’s backs.

Role:
Andrew
Starring:
Mary Steenburgen, Mia Farrow, José Ferrer, Julie Hagerty, Tony Roberts
Directed By:
Woody Allen
29. To Rome with Love (2012)
19
12
To Rome with Love
R
19
12

The film presents four unrelated stories, taking place in Rome. The first story focuses on an Italian bathroom singer being put on stage by an American opera director, while the second portrays the perils of a young couple, fresh from rural belt. The third focuses on a middle-class Roman suddenly becoming a celebrity while the fourth is about an American architect reliving his youth. 

Starring:
Greta Gerwig, Ellen Page, Ornella Muti, Alessandra Mastronardi, Roberto Benigni, Penelope Cruz, Alison Pill
Directed By:
Woody Allen
30. New York Stories (1989)
14
8
New York Stories
PG
14
8

New York Stories is an anthology drama film which tells us three different stories, all of them taking place in New York. The first one tells the story of Lionel, a middle-aged artist, who is infatuated with his assistant. The second story revolves around a 12 year old girl who lives in a luxurious hotel. The third one deals with a New York lawyer dealing with his possessive mother.     

Role:
Sheldon
Starring:
Nick Nolte, Holly Marie Combs, Steve Buscemi, Martin Scorsese, Debbie Harry, Kirsten Dunst, Giancarlo Giannini
31. Fading Gigolo (2013)
12
8
Fading Gigolo
R
12
8

Fading Gigolo is a comedy film which tells the story of an elderly man Murray, who teams up with his friend Fioravante to open a gigolo business in order to make some money. However, things get complicated when Fioravante finds himself falling for a woman.  

Role:
Murray
Starring:
Jill Scott, Vanessa Paradis, Liev Schreiber, Sharon Stone, Aida Turturro, John Turturro
Directed By:
John Turturro
32. Scoop (2006)
27
19
Scoop
PG-13
27
19

Even after death investigative reporter, Joe Strombel, decides to communicate with an awkward journalism student Sondra Pranksy, to expose a serial killer known as the Tarot Card Killer. Unfortunately, the prime suspect, British aristocrat, Lyman, proves to be more than a match for Sondra and her ally magician Sid Waterman. 

Starring:
Hugh Jackman, Ian McShane, Meera Syal, Romola Garai, Sanjeev Bhaskar, Scarlett Johansson, Robert Bathurst
Directed By:
Woody Allen
33. The Sunshine Boys (1996)
5
3
The Sunshine Boys
PG-13
5
3
Role:
Al Lewis
Starring:
Jennifer Esposito, Peter Falk, Sarah Jessica Parker, Whoopi Goldberg, Liev Schreiber, Edie Falco, Michael McKean
Directed By:
John Erman
34. What's New Pussycat (1965)
10
7
What's New Pussycat
10
7

Michael is a playboy by nature, who is determined to reform and stay faithful to his fiancée Carole. Things however get complicated when several attractive women get charmed by him.  Eventually, he is forced to ask for help from a demented psychologist who is having romantic problems of his own.

Role:
Victor
Starring:
Peter Sellers, Ursula Andress, Richard Burton, Peter O'Toole, Capucine, Romy Schneider, Paula Prentiss
Directed By:
Clive Donner
35. The Woody Allen Special (1969)
4
3
The Woody Allen Special
4
3
Role:
Himself / Various
Starring:
Candice Bergen, Billy Graham, Dimension The 5th, Billy Davis Jr
Directed By:
Alan Handley
36. Scenes from a Mall (1991)
5
4
Scenes from a Mall
R
5
4

Scenes from a Mall is a comedy film which tells the story of a married couple Nick and Deborah, who shock each other on their sixteenth wedding anniversary by confessing about their infidelities in a shopping mall. Therefore, they decide to end their marriage by having a divorce.

Role:
Nick
Starring:
Fabio Lanzoni, Bill Irwin, Bette Midler, Daren Firestone, Rebecca Nickels
Directed By:
Paul Mazursky
37. Casino Royale (1967)
7
6
Casino Royale
TV-14
7
6

In this spy spoof, a retired James Bond is persuaded to rejoin the secret service to counter shadowy organization SMERSH, allegedly responsible for murdering secret agents. Sir James devises a plan to assemble a group of agents, all named James Bond 007, to confuse SMERSH. Each new Bond is assigned a specific role. Now Sir James must nab the brain behind SMERSH.  

Starring:
David Niven, Orson Welles, William Holden, Geraldine Chaplin, Charles Boyer, John Huston, Jean-Paul Belmondo
Directed By:
38. Picking Up the Pieces (2000)
3
4
Picking Up the Pieces
R
3
4
Role:
Tex Cowley
Starring:
Lou Diamond Phillips, David Schwimmer, Fran Drescher, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Kiefer Sutherland, Sharon Stone, Maria Grazia Cucinotta
Directed By:
Alfonso Arau
39. Gene Kelly in New York, New York (1966)
3
3
Gene Kelly in New York, New York
3
3
Role:
Himself
Starring:
Gene Kelly, Gower Champion, Tommy Steele, Damita Jo Freeman
Directed By:
Charles S. Dubin
40. La rencontre (1983)
3
3
La rencontre
3
3
Starring:
Jean-Michel Folon
Directed By:
Jean-Michel Folon
41. Last Laugh (2003)
3
3
Last Laugh
3
3
Starring:
Danny Aiello, Tony Darrow, Vincent Pastore, Ray Garvey
Directed By:
Jeff Mazzola

TV Shows

The Colgate Comedy Hour
11
3
The Colgate Comedy Hour
11
3
Starring:
Angie Dickinson, Carolyn Jones, Scatman Crothers, Jerry Lewis, Agnes Moorehead, Harpo Marx, Peggy Lee
Directed By:
Fred Hamilton, Ernest D. Glucksman, Jim Jordan, Kingman T. Moore, Bud Yorkin
Candid Camera
9
4
Candid Camera
9
4
Starring:
Arthur Godfrey, Allen Funt, Durward Kirby
Directed By:
Lou Tyrrell, Julio D. Benedetto, Garth Dietrick
General Electric Theater
9
4
General Electric Theater
9
4
Starring:
Anne Baxter, Rita Moreno, Jane Wyatt, Rod Taylor, Ernest Borgnine, Greer Garson, James Franciscus
Directed By:
The Garry Moore Show
7
3
The Garry Moore Show
7
3
Starring:
Mel Blanc, Carol Burnett, Garry Moore
Directed By:
Dave Geisel
Crisis in Six Scenes
34
17
Crisis in Six Scenes
TV-PG
34
17
Role:
Sidney J. Munsinger
Starring:
David Harbour, Elaine May, Joy Behar, Max Casella
Directed By:
Woody Allen
The Kraft Music Hall
6
4
The Kraft Music Hall
6
4
Starring:
Anne Meara, Paul Lynde, Jack Benny, Ed Herlihy
Directed By:
Dwight Hemion
The Sid Caesar Show
5
4
The Sid Caesar Show
5
4
Starring:
Bea Arthur, Sid Caesar, Joey Forman, Gisele MacKenzie
Directed By:
Greg Garrison
Hot Dog
5
4
Hot Dog
5
4
Role:
Himself
Starring:
Jonathan Winters, Jo Anne Worley
Directed By:
Frank Buxton
Stanley
3
4
Stanley
3
4
Starring:
Paul Lynde, Carol Burnett, Buddy Hackett
Directed By:
David Brown

Narrator/Dubbing

Radio Days (1987)
12
4
Radio Days
PG
12
4

This comedy drama film tells the story of Joe, a nostalgic, who looks back at the golden age of the radio, and remembers his childhood memories.

Role:
Joe, the Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Starring:
Seth Green, William H. Macy, Julie Kavner, Larry David, Rebecca Schaeffer, Danny Aiello, Mia Farrow
Directed By:
Woody Allen
Café Society (2016)
14
7
Café Society
PG-13
14
7

A young Bronx man moves to Hollywood, where he falls madly in love with his uncle’s pretty secretary.  But when he learns that she is actually his uncle’s mistress he returns home heartbroken and begins to run a high-end nightclub with his brother. He also meets a beautiful socialite, whom he plans to marry. At this point, his old love walks back into his life.  

Role:
Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Starring:
Jesse Eisenberg, Kristen Stewart, Parker Posey, Blake Lively, Steve Carell, Corey Stoll, Sheryl Lee
Directed By:
Woody Allen
What's Up, Tiger Lily? (1966)
6
4
What's Up, Tiger Lily?
PG
6
4

Phil Moskowitz is a secret agent, who is on a mission to uncover the world’s best egg salad recipe. He is aided in his mission by Suki, a gorgeous woman and her sister Teri. However, it seems that the recipe is in the possession of a notorious criminal named Shepherd Wong.

Role:
Woody Allen / Dub Voice / Projectionist
Starring:
Frank Buxton, Louise Lasser, Len Maxwell, Spoonful The Lovin'
Directed By:
Woody Allen, Senkichi Taniguchi

Special Appearance/Cameo

The Impostors (1998)
13
7
The Impostors
R
13
7

The Impostors is a comedy film which takes us to 1938 New York, and revolves around two men Arthur and Maurice, who earn a living swindling people. However, things get complicated for them, when they cross paths with a Shakespearean actor.

Role:
Audition Director (uncredited)
Starring:
Isabella Rossellini, Alfred Molina, Billy Connolly, Allison Janney, Stanley Tucci, Steve Buscemi, Oliver Platt
Directed By:
Paris-Manhattan (2012)
10
7
Paris-Manhattan
10
7
Role:
Woody Allen (uncredited)
Starring:
Alice Taglioni, Patrick Bruel, Marine Delterme, Michel Aumont
Directed By:
Sophie Lellouche
King Lear (1987)
6
5
King Lear
PG
6
5
Role:
Mr. Alien (uncredited)
Starring:
Jean-Luc Godard, Molly Ringwald, Julie Delpy, Freddy Buache
Directed By:
Company Man (2000)
6
6
Company Man
PG-13
6
6
Role:
Lowther (uncredited)
Starring:
Alan Cumming, Denis Leary, Sigourney Weaver, Paul Guilfoyle
Directed By:
Douglas McGrath, Peter Askin

Animation Movies

Antz (1998)
16
8
Antz
PG
16
8

Z, a worker ant striving to break away from his monotonous routine and express his individuality, falls in love with beautiful princess Bala when she visits a bar to escape suffocating royal life. He switches places with soldier friend Weaver to see her again, and unwittingly becomes the colony's only hope against a coup d'état by General Mandible.

Role:
Z (voice)
Starring:
Danny Glover, Jim Cummings, Anne Bancroft, Jennifer Lopez, Gene Hackman, Sylvester Stallone, Dan Aykroyd
Directed By:
Eric Darnell, Tim Johnson
The World: Color It Happy (1967)
1
4
The World: Color It Happy
1
4
Starring:
Rory Calhoun, Laraine Day, Singers The Swingle, Jack Jones
Directed By:
Walter Grauman, Ezra Stone, James Neilson, Wally Burr, Norman Sedawie

Woody Allen Awards

Academy Awards
Midnight in Paris Best Writing, Original Screenplay 2012
Hannah and Her Sisters Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen 1987
Annie Hall Best Director 1978
Annie Hall Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen 1978
Golden Globe Awards
Midnight in Paris Best Screenplay - Motion Picture 2012
The Purple Rose of Cairo Best Screenplay - Motion Picture 1986
BAFTA Awards
Husbands and Wives Best Screenplay - Original 1993
Hannah and Her Sisters Best Direction 1987
Hannah and Her Sisters Best Screenplay - Original 1987
The Purple Rose of Cairo Best Film 1986
The Purple Rose of Cairo Best Screenplay - Original 1986
Broadway Danny Rose Best Screenplay - Original 1985
Manhattan Best Screenplay 1980
Annie Hall Best Direction 1978
Annie Hall Best Screenplay 1978
Grammy Awards
Midnight in Paris Best Compilation Soundtrack For Visual Media 2013
Winner Best Rock Instrumental Performance 1996