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Subject: Talking about big films he was in, today I'm remembering him best in a small role, but HUGE film ANNIE HALL (1977), in one of the final scenes, Levin rehearses as Woody Allen character in play Allen writes to 'correct' the ending of his real life! -Here 'tis ...
It's a small part, but it's the ending in an Academy Award Best Picture!