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What's up with Woody's Women?

For decades the director's female leads have been attractive but neurotic - figures who are oddly, comfortably familiar

By Lynda Gorov
Globe Correspondent / August 10, 2008

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LOS ANGELES - One set of spectacularly full lips after another is singing the praises of writer/director Woody Allen. All have mouthed his dialogue on screen recently, and all speak of him fondly, like the odd uncle they didn't expect to find so endearing. (Full article: 1403 words)

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