Though I do feel the story behind that unknown Woody Allen film is worth telling, I still feel badly about telling it with the intent of showing the video, and it doesn't exist.
In lieu of that, as an attempt to try to at least provide a paltry make-up, here's a 10-minute monologue by Woody Allen on British TV when apparently he was filming, “Casino Royale,” which (all the better) ends with the great and classic “Moose” bit…
(As the description notes, he had to change the last line, "Because it's restricted," since the phrase would have meant nothing to a British audience.)
I know, this doesn't make up for things, but hey, it's the best I can do on short notice.
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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