Woody Allen's Trademarks

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1 Reddish hair
2 Short stature
3 His unchanging nebbish persona
4 Often bases films on his own life experiences
5 Stumbling and nervous delivery
6 Brooklyn Accent
7 References to classic films, particularly the works of Ingmar Bergman
8 References to famous writers and literary classics
9 His female characters are often free spirited but naive and often come from small town backgrounds
10 His films often include opening Narration or the protagonist talking directly to the audience
11 Billing his actors alphabetically on opening credits
12 From Sleeper (1973) until Cassandra's Dream (2007), almost never has his movies scored, preferring to use selections from his vast personal record collection.
13 From Stardust Memories (1980) through Melinda and Melinda (2004), frequently and almost exclusively employs Dick Hyman to contribute musical arrangements, incidental music, and piano accompaniment.
14 His thick black glasses, the same type since the 1960s
15 His characters (that he plays himself) are often a semi-famous, semi-successful film/tv writer, director, or producer... or a novelist
16 His films are almost all set in New York City
17 Films his dialog using long, medium-range shots instead of the typical intercut close-ups
18 Nearly all of his films start and end with white-on-black credits, set in the Windsor typeface, set to jazz music, without any scrolling.
19 A lot of his movies feature at least one character who is a writer. This is often Woody himself.
20 Frequently casts himself, Diane Keaton, Mia Farrow and Judy Davis
21 Frequently plays a neurotic New Yorker
22 Reddish hair
23 Short stature
24 His unchanging nebbish persona
25 Often bases films on his own life experiences
26 Stumbling and nervous delivery
27 Brooklyn Accent
28 References to classic Films, particularly the works of Ingmar Bergman
29 References to famous writers and literary classics
30 His female characters are often free spirited but naive and often come from small town backgrounds
31 His films often include opening Narration or the protagonist talking directly to the audience
32 Billing his actors alphabetically on opening credits
33 From Sleeper (1973) until Cassandra's Dream (2007), almost never has his movies scored, preferring to use selections from his vast personal record collection.
34 From Stardust Memories (1980) through Melinda and Melinda (2004), frequently and almost exclusively employs Dick Hyman to contribute musical arrangements, incidental music, and piano accompaniment.
35 His thick black glasses, the same type since the 1960s
36 His characters (that he plays himself) are often a semi-famous, semi-successful film/tv writer, director, or producer... or a novelist
37 His films are almost all set in New York City
38 Films his dialog using long, medium-range shots instead of the typical intercut close-ups
39 Nearly all of his films start and end with white-on-black credits, set in the Windsor typeface, set to jazz music, without any scrolling.
40 A lot of his movies feature at least one character who is a writer. This is often Woody himself.
41 Frequently casts himself, Diane Keaton, Mia Farrow and Judy Davis
42 Frequently plays a neurotic New Yorker
Sources:
IMDB, Wikipedia


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