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  1. Big Eyes: The secret behind "Keane"Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 14 | WHNT-TV Huntsville

    ... you name it. Art to some, kitsch to others. Diane Keaton even nodded to their popularity in Woody Allen's film, "Sleeper": "Oh, it's Keane! It's pure Keane!" "Keane" was Walter Keane. Those big-eyed waifs made him a celebrity, and a favorite on the ...

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  2. Don Keefer, 98, Dies; Had Bad Thoughts on 'Twilight Zone' Aug. 18, 1916 - Sept. 7, 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 19, 2014 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    Don Keefer played many distinctive roles in a long acting career. He was the son of Willy Loman's neighbor in the original Broadway cast of "Death of a Salesman," which opened in 1949, and for the next half-century he was a sought-after character actor onstage and in films, including "The Caine Mutiny," Woody Allen's "Sleeper" and "Liar, Liar," starring Jim Carrey.

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  3. Original Death of a Salesman Cast Member, Don Keefer, Dies at 98Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 27, 2014 | BroadwayWorld.com

    ... fear of a strange boy who could Other notable screen appearances include roles in The Caine Mutiny, Woody Allen 's Sleeper, and Liar, Liar, starring Jim Carrey . Born in Highspire, Penn., Keefer graduated from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts ...

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  4. Diane Keaton on latest film, new bookRead the original story

    Aug 5, 2014 | Inside Bay Area

    ... for me." Besides "Annie Hall" and "Play It Again, Sam," they worked together on several more films, including "Sleeper" (1973) and "Manhattan" (1979). She remains very close to Allen. Earlier this year, she accepted the Cecil B. DeMille Award at the ...

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  5. Diane Keaton on acting, aging, Michael Douglas, Woody Allen and moreRead the original story

    Jul 26, 2014 | Los Angeles Times

    ... for me." Besides "Annie Hall" and "Play It Again, Sam," they worked together on several more films including 1973's "Sleeper" and 1979's "Manhattan." She remains very close to Allen. Earlier this year, she accepted the Cecil B. DeMille Award at the ...

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  6. Human ExceptionalismRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 5, 2014 | National Review Online

    Back when I respected Woody Allen, I never missed a movie. One of my favorite was Sleeper , a great slapstick delight about a time traveler that made me fall even more deeply in love with Diane Keaton.

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  7. Diane Keaton on 'And So It Goes,' acting, Woody and moreRead the original story

    Jul 4, 2014 | The Jersey Journal

    ... was when we started, even though I'd already been in 'The Godfather,'" she says. "I remember going to the sets for 'Sleeper' and thinking, This is moviemaking? This is more like summer camp! On 'The Godfather,' there were marks you had to hit, ...

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  8. A filmRead the original story

    Jul 2, 2014 | Like Maria Said Paz

    ... in life, they will kill Napolean. I love the movie. I love all the goofy films Diane and Woody did together -- Sleeper, Love & Death and Manhattan Murder Mystery. I also love Annie Hall and enjoy Manhattan. But I love the goofy comedies the best. " ...

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  9. Happy Birthday, William Safire, Political Analyst and English-language ExpertRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 17, 2009 | FindingDulcinea

    ... has led to the publication of 10 books. Other works by Safire include "Full Disclosure" (1977), "Freedom" (1987), "Sleeper Spy" (1995) and "Scandalmonger" (2000). He has also written a dictionary and an anthology. Despite dropping out of college ...

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  10. Diane Keaton and her battle with bulimiaRead the original story

    May 9, 2014 | Examiner.com

    The infamous Ms. Keaton ( Annie Hall, Sleeper, Play it again Sam ) is now 68. She has shared her life with Woody Allen and her five year struggle with bulimia . In her apartment in New York City she ate huge quantities of food only to make herself ...

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