Some of Woody`s funniest one liners & sight gags can be found here. Not directed by Allen but adapted by him from his own stage play. I personally think the on going phone gag with Tony Roberts wears very thin but still highly recommended overall.
This was the first Woody Allen film I ever saw, and found it intelligent and hilariously funny. I enjoyed the nostalgic moments. Of course it is his version of the 1940's film with Ingrid Bergman...brilliant.
This film sees Woody Allen's first on-screen encounter with a very young and incredibly attractive Diane Keaton, who stars in several of his later films. The two work very well together on screen, and as a confirmed Woody Allen fan (you either love him or hate him) I can happily say that this is the most consistently amusing picture in his catalogue. I must have seen this movie 20 times, and I still find myself hooting with laughter. I can't think of any other films that have the same effect with the possible exception of Dark Star. Lovers of 'The Office' (comedy TV series) will appreciate much of the humour as Allen trips from one cringing ordeal to another in the search of true love after his wife leaves him 'to ski down a mountain laughing like an idiot'. The picture quality is very good considering the age of the film, though sound is only in mono format. The only real disappointment is the lack of special features. Strongly recommended.