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Diane Keaton, Force of Nature

In romantic comedy, something has to (temporarily) dam up or divert the course of true love. The trouble is that by this time, most of the easily persuasive bars...

HOLLYWOOD'S BEST REVENGE

Ask the founding members of THE FIRST WIVES CLUB: What made masses of women ages 25 and older defy long-established patterns by rushing to buy opening-weekend...

Cinema: Star-Crossed Mothers A CRY IN THE DARK

These are variations on motherhood's worst-case scenario: you turn your back for a moment or make, under pressure of conflicting emotions, what seems to you only...

A Letter From The Publisher, Sep. 26, 1977

Personality profiles like this week's cover story on Actress Diane Keaton depend largely on the reporter's ability to establish a rapport with the subject —...

Love, Death and La - De - Dah

Call Diane Keaton, the shy, gangly, lost-and-found soul who is Annie in Annie Hall, the funniest woman now working in films. Small praise. Give or take...

Cinema: Murder by Contract

I WILL, I WILL . . . FOR NOW Directed by NORMAN PANAMA Screenplay by NORMAN PANAMA and ALBERT E. LEWIN Much laughter, many cheers and at least one low wolf...

The Theater: Filling the Vacuum

THE PRIMARY ENGLISH CLASS by ISRAEL HOROVITZ The situation is pure H-Y-M-A-N KAPLAN, but its development is impure MASH. It is the first night of a course...

Show Business: Woody and His Favorite Clown

Never mind whether Scarlett and Rhett ever got together again. What the world wants to know is whether Annie Hall and Alvy Singer will manage to get their...

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