Sleeper

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Comedy

Sleeper

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Time Out says

She: 'You haven't had sex in 200 years!?!?' He: '204, if you count my marriage'. Woody Allen's Rip Van Winkle movie, in which his Greenwich Village jazz musician /health food faddist awakes from an accidental cryogenic immersion to find that he's in 2174, cast reluctantly in the role of Little Man against the Fascist State. Plenty of one-liners, and it has the best banana-skin joke in film history.

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Release details

UK release:

1973

Duration:

88 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Woody Allen

Cast:

Don Keefer, Mary Gregory, John Beck, Diane Keaton, Woody Allen, Don McLiam

Music:

Woody Allen

Production Designer:

Dale Hennesy

Editor:

Trudy Ship, O Nicholas Brown

Cinematography:

David M Walsh

Screenwriter:

Marshall Brickman, Woody Allen

Producer:

Jack Grossberg

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Mike

Probably a very good film, but hard to tell - I saw it at the Prince Charles Cinema - it was scratched to pieces, jumped, and several times the sound was out of sync with the film. This must be the third time the Prince Charles has done this - best to avoid anything that isn't on current release.