M | | Comedy, Crime
25 November 2003 | Joseph P. Ulibas (firstname.lastname@example.org)
9 | Highly entertaining feature-length film debut from Woody Allen.
Take the Money and Run (1969) was Woody Allen's motion picture debut (sans 'Tiger Lily). The film follows the life of a...
The pseudo-documentary approach was already established in an early screenplay treatment. To give it more of a documentary feel, Woody Allen wanted to shoot in black-and-white, but despite his creative control, he "wasn't allowed to," he later said.
He'd have the gang over for a meeting and I'd put out a little tray of pretzels and bullets... I had to. He's my husband.
After breaking out with the chain gang, and talking with Louise, the arm position of the first guy in line changes.
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