Letters, Oct. 17, 1977

Diane Keaton: Worth the Wait

To the Editors:

Waiting for my generation to produce a comedienne with half the class of Hepburn or her contemporaries, I had given up hope. Diane Keaton [Sept. 26] is here and it was worth the wait.

Stephen Erwin

Bowie, Md

Keaton's brilliance is so crystal-clear because she has remained unspoiled.

John Webb


It is hard to see how two hours of viewing Diane Keaton as a nymphomaniac schoolteacher sets Looking for Mr. Goodbar apart from umpteen other films viewing women as prostitutes. In addition, if Diane's willingness to...

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