People, May 1, 1978

Annie Hall fans, be brave. After all, as the final fadeout made clear, Woody Allen and Diane Keaton were not meant for each other. Now Keaton has a new admirer, Hollywood heartthrob, Warren Beatty. When the pair went restaurant hopping in Beverly Hills, Supersnapper Ron Galella was on their trail in a flash. "This is a paparazzo attack," said Galella. "I'm not going to make it easy," retorted Beatty, and ordered Keaton to lower her head. Keaton, who had stayed in Los Angeles after winning her Oscar, then retreated to a recording studio...

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