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'Broadway Danny Rose'

September 29, 1996|Kevin Thomas

This 1984 winner finds Woody Allen at his most irresistible. Allen casts himself as a doggedly persevering small-time Manhattan talent agent, representing acts that supposedly went out with vaudeville. He crosses paths with a blond gangster's moll (a wonderfully raucous Mia Farrow, virtually unrecognizable with dark glasses and a Brooklyn accent). It's a pure joy from start to finish (A&E Friday at 6 and 10 p.m.).

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