Woody Allen has written/directed a feature film every year since 1982.



Courtesy of IMDB

I wonder what he did in his last "off" year, 1981.

EDIT: Wikipedia has this about 1981

In 1981, Allen's play The Floating Light Bulb opened on Broadway. The play was a critical success and a commercial flop. Despite two Tony Award nominations, a Tony win for the acting of Brian Backer (who won the 1981 Theater World Award and a Drama Desk Award for his work), the play only ran for 62 performances.

So, how many of these were acual great movies? I have counted 13 great movies out of the 35.


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 2013Blue Jasmine 
 2006Scoop 
 2005Match Point 
 2003Anything Else 
 2001Sounds from a Town I Love (TV Short) 
 2001The Concert for New York City (TV Special documentary) (segment "Sounds from the Town I Love") 
 1998Celebrity 
 1994Don't Drink the Water (TV Movie) 
 1990Alice 
 1989New York Stories (segment "Oedipus Wrecks") 
 1988Another Woman 
 1987September 
 1987Radio Days 
 1983Zelig 

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