Show Business: Woody and His Favorite Clown

Never mind whether Scarlett and Rhett ever got together again. What the world wants to know is whether Annie Hall and Alvy Singer will manage to get their inadequacies synchronized and live together anxiously ever after. The answer, neurosis fans, is yes! Woody Allen and Diane Keaton, who gave the '70s a love story to believe in, green and warty and sour as a good dill pickle, live together on Manhattan's East Side, in apartments ten blocks apart.

Visit her flat, a half-furnished encampment that looks as if someone got a great bargain in...

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