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Ruth Gordon cameo in Annie Hall


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*** I accidentally hit post before I was ready. How do you edit a thread title?

Go to the first post in that thread - click EDIT - click USE FULL EDITOR - change your title - click SUBMIT MODIFIED POST - when the warning pops up click the back arrow at upper left of screen - click SUBMIT MODIFIED POST one more time - that should do it

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Go to the first post in that thread - click EDIT - click USE FULL EDITOR - change your title - click SUBMIT MODIFIED POST - when the warning pops up click the back arrow at upper left of screen - click SUBMIT MODIFIED POST one more time - that should do it

 

I didn't get a warning popup, instead I was taken to page saying something about an "illegal string"

 

But the title got edited, so thanks

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Someone on another board asked suggested Ruth Gordon has an uncredited cameo in Annie Hall as the "Love fades" lady:

 

https://youtu.be/9dlypec4dP4

 

Any opinions?

 

Opinions about what? Whether it's Ruth Gordon or not? I always thought it was, all 3 seconds of her cameo in that film. Sure looks and sounds like Ruth Gordon.

 

(hey, I thought you didn't like Woody Allen. How come you're talking about one of his movies here? Guess you're a Ruth Gordon fan.)

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Opinions about what? Whether it's Ruth Gordon or not? I always thought it was, all 3 seconds of her cameo in that film. Sure looks and sounds like Ruth Gordon.

 

Gordon is not listed on IMDb

 

Here is the cast list for that scene:

 

Lou Picetti     ...     Street Stranger

Loretta Tupper     ...     Street Stranger

James Burge     ...     Street Stranger

Shelley Hack ...     Street Stranger

Albert Ottenheimer... Street Stranger

Paula Trueman ...     Street Stranger

 

hey, I thought you didn't like Woody Allen. How come you're talking about one of his movies here?

 

I don't like Woody Allen the 4th rate Ingmar Bergman. I like Woody Allen the comedian: the Woody who claimed the paper had printed that his wife had been "violated", and said that knowing his wife, it was probably not a moving violation; the Woody who didn't plant a tree in Israel because he got a good deal on a tree in Syria; the Woody who works as the dresser in a Paris strip club for 40 francs a week, because it's all he can afford; the Woody who asked an audience, 'I'd like to leave you on a positive note -- would you settle for two negatives?"

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Could have been PAULA TRUEMAN.  She had a big part in the unusual 1974 film 'HOMEBODIES' with its plotline of senior citizens who decide to fight back violently against City Hall and construction crews. 

 

    

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Could have been PAULA TRUEMAN.  She had a big part in the unusual 1974 film 'HOMEBODIES' with its plotline of senior citizens who decide to fight back violently against City Hall and construction crews. 

Yes, I believe you're correct. Just google her name and have a look.

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Gordon is not listed on IMDb

 

Here is the cast list for that scene:

 

Lou Picetti     ...     Street Stranger

Loretta Tupper     ...     Street Stranger

James Burge     ...     Street Stranger

Shelley Hack ...     Street Stranger

Albert Ottenheimer... Street Stranger

Paula Trueman ...     Street Stranger

 

 

I don't like Woody Allen the 4th rate Ingmar Bergman. I like Woody Allen the comedian: the Woody who claimed the paper had printed that his wife had been "violated", and said that knowing his wife, it was probably not a moving violation; the Woody who didn't plant a tree in Israel because he got a good deal on a tree in Syria; the Woody who works as the dresser in a Paris strip club for 40 francs a week, because it's all he can afford; the Woody who asked an audience, 'I'd like to leave you on a positive note -- would you settle for two negatives?"

Shelley Hack is the female of the couple which states that they are both shallow and uninteresting.

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If a joke has to be explained, it's no longer funny......Jay Leno

 

 

Hehe.

 

Well Ruth Gordon was actually fully visible as "Carlton's Mother" on that episode of RHODA . . . unlike Carlton himself.

 

Rhoda426.jpg

 

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My favorite line from that episode:

 

Carlton's Mother (to Rhoda): "You got any spare meat?"

 

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