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Directed by Woody Allen, "Zelig" is a Comedy film, released in the USA on July 15 of 1983 . Woody Allen and Mia Farrow are starring, alongside Patrick Horgan, John Buckwalter, Marvin Chatinover and Stanley Swerdlow.

Who directed "Zelig":

Zelig was directed by Woody Allen, an American writer, director, actor, composer, and producer.

Before making Zelig, Woody Allen had directed Stardust Memories, released in 1980, Manhattan (1979), Interiors (1978), Annie Hall (1977), Love and Death (1975), and Sleeper (1973). Since, he directed Broadway Danny Rose, released in 1984, Hannah and Her Sisters (1986), Radio Days (1987), September (1987), Another Woman (1988), and New York Stories (1989).

What was the release date of "Zelig":

Zelig was first released on Friday, July 15, 1983, in the United States. Also released on this day was Puberty Blues (dir. Bruce Beresford). This was thirty-six (36) years ago.

It has been released on Wednesday, September 14, 1983 in France; Friday, September 30, 1983 in Germany; Thursday, September 01, 1983 in Italy and on Thursday, September 29, 1983 in Australia.

What is the casting of "Zelig":

At the casting of Zelig we find Woody Allen, previously seen in Stardust Memories (1980) and Manhattan (1979); Mia Farrow (The Last Unicorn (1982), Hurricane (1979)); Patrick Horgan (The Thomas Crown Affair (1968), The Evil of Frankenstein (1964)) [ more... ]

  • Woody Allen, Mia Farrow and Peter McRobbie can also be seen in Shadows and Fog, released in 1992.
  • Howard Erskine and Woody Allen, Patrick Horgan also appeared in The Curse of the Jade Scorpion, released in 2001.
  • Marvin Chatinover and Woody Allen, Mia Farrow can also be seen in New York Stories, released in 1989.
  • Peter McRobbie and Woody Allen, Marvin Chatinover can also be seen in Deconstructing Harry, released in 1997.

What is the Storyline of "Zelig":

Set in the 1920s and 1930s, the film focuses on Leonard Zelig, a nondescript man who has the ability to transform his appearance to that of the people who surround him. He is first observed at a party by F. Scott Fitzgerald, who notes that Zelig related to the affluent guests in a thick, refined accent and shared their republican sympathies, but while in the kitchen with the servants adopted a ruder tone and seemed to be more of a democrat. He soon gains international fame as a "human [...]

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