Manhattan

1979

Woody Allen
Director

A romance with New York City works out better than any of the more human relationships in this story of assorted New York types.

Aided and abetted by Gordon Willis gorgeous cinematography and strategic Gershwin on the soundtrack. Streep, Keaton and Mariel Hemingway add extra value. My heart still belongs to Annie Hall though.



25th April 1979
Cinema






24th January 2012
Blu-Ray




2.35:1



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Woody Allen
Isaac Davis
Diane Keaton
Mary Wilke
Michael Murphy
Yale
Mariel Hemingway
Tracy
Meryl Streep
Jill
Anne Byrne Hoffman
Emily (as Anne Byrne)
Karen Ludwig
Connie
Michael O'Donoghue
Dennis
Victor Truro
Party Guest
Tisa Farrow
party guest
Helen Hanft
Party Guest
Bella Abzug
Guest of Honor
Gary Weis
Television Director
Kenny Vance
Television Producer
Charles Levin
TV Actor No. 1
Karen Allen
TV Actor No. 2
David Rasche
TV Actor No. 3
Damion Scheller
Isaac's Son
Wallace Shawn
Jeremiah
Mark Linn-Baker
Shakespearean Actor (Deleted Scene)
Frances Conroy
Shakespearean Actress (Deleted Scene)
Bill Anthony
Porsche Owner #1
John Doumanian
Porsche Owner #2
Raymond Serra
Pizzeria Waiter (as Ray Serra)
Llewellyn Lafford
Broadway Pedestrian
World Trade Center
World Trade Center

Lord Heath: Vidcaps
Tony Sullivan: Additional Vidcaps & Notes