PG | | Comedy
A nostalgic look at radio's golden age focusing on one ordinary family and the various performers in the medium.
Of the music in this film, Woody Allen has said in an interview with Stig Björkman: "It originated from an idea that I wanted to pick out a group of songs that were meaningful to me, and each one of those songs suggested a memory. Then this idea started to evolve: how ... ...
My most vivid memory connected with an old radio song I associate with the time that Aunt Bea and her then-boyfriend Chester took me into New York to the movies. It was the first time I'd ever seen the Radio City Music Hall and it was like entering ...
The burglars turn on a radio and instantly hear sound, when the vacuum tubes should have taken longer to warm up.
English, Spanish, Italian
$1,522,423 (USA) (1 February 1987)
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