Woody Allen Girls

Louise Lasser as Nancy - Bananas (1971) 


  Nancy: You’re immature, Fielding.
  
  Fielding: How am I immature?
  
  Nancy: Well, emotionally, sexually and intellectually.
  
  Fielding: Yeah, but what other ways?

Louise Lasser as Nancy - Bananas (1971)

Nancy: You’re immature, Fielding.

Fielding: How am I immature?

Nancy: Well, emotionally, sexually and intellectually.

Fielding: Yeah, but what other ways?

Elisabeth Shue as Fay - Deconstructing Harry (1997) 


  Fay: [hands Harry birthday present] A baseball signed by the 1951 Giants.
  
  Harry: Really, that’s so great! The ‘51 Giants were the one genuine miracle of my lifetime. When he hit that home run… that was the only hint I’ve ever had that there may be a God.

Elisabeth Shue as Fay - Deconstructing Harry (1997)

Fay: [hands Harry birthday present] A baseball signed by the 1951 Giants.

Harry: Really, that’s so great! The ‘51 Giants were the one genuine miracle of my lifetime. When he hit that home run… that was the only hint I’ve ever had that there may be a God.

Mia Farrow as Halley Reed - Crimes and Misdemeanors (1989) 


  Halley: I never should have told you my weakness is going to the movies in the daytime.
  
  Cliff: I go all the time with my niece. It’s wonderful. It’s like playing hookey.
  
  Halley: That’s what you said yesterday. We were late then, too.

Mia Farrow as Halley Reed - Crimes and Misdemeanors (1989)

Halley: I never should have told you my weakness is going to the movies in the daytime.

Cliff: I go all the time with my niece. It’s wonderful. It’s like playing hookey.

Halley: That’s what you said yesterday. We were late then, too.

Mira Sorvino as Linda Ash - Mighty Aphrodite (1995)


  Linda: Here. Here. Pull! Pull!
  
  Lenny: Pull..?
  
  Linda: Pull the string.
  
  Lenny: Pull these strings?
  
  Linda: Pull all the strings. See what happens?
  
  Lenny: I’m not so mechanical…
  
  Linda: It’s easy. Here. Pull. See? It opens.
  
  Lenny: That’s amazing. Science is…

Mira Sorvino as Linda Ash - Mighty Aphrodite (1995)

Linda: Here. Here. Pull! Pull!

Lenny: Pull..?

Linda: Pull the string.

Lenny: Pull these strings?

Linda: Pull all the strings. See what happens?

Lenny: I’m not so mechanical…

Linda: It’s easy. Here. Pull. See? It opens.

Lenny: That’s amazing. Science is…

Dianne Wiest as Holly - Hannah and Her Sisters (1986) 


  Mickey: I don’t know if you remember me but we had the worst night of my life together.
  
  Holly: I remember you.
  
  Mickey: Yes, you do recall?
  
  Holly: I recall you.
  
  Mickey: I was just walking past and I just saw you in here and I thought I’d come in here and we could replay…
  
  Holly: We didn’t hit it off.
  
  Mickey: Putting it mildly, we did everything but exchange gunshots.

Dianne Wiest as Holly - Hannah and Her Sisters (1986)

Mickey: I don’t know if you remember me but we had the worst night of my life together.

Holly: I remember you.

Mickey: Yes, you do recall?

Holly: I recall you.

Mickey: I was just walking past and I just saw you in here and I thought I’d come in here and we could replay…

Holly: We didn’t hit it off.

Mickey: Putting it mildly, we did everything but exchange gunshots.

Janet Margolin as Louise - Take the Money and Run (1969) 


  Virgil: After fifteen minutes I wanted to marry her, and after half an hour I completely gave up the idea of stealing her purse.

Janet Margolin as Louise - Take the Money and Run (1969)

Virgil: After fifteen minutes I wanted to marry her, and after half an hour I completely gave up the idea of stealing her purse.

Mariel Hemingway as Tracy - Manhattan (1979) 


  Isaac: It’s great. It’s… it’s… I don’t play the harmonica, but it’s an incredible… harmonica is what it is.
  
  Tracy: Well, you said you wanted to learn. I’m trying to open up that side of you.
  
  Isaac: Tracy, you’re throwing away an enormous amount of real affection on the wrong person.

Mariel Hemingway as Tracy - Manhattan (1979)

Isaac: It’s great. It’s… it’s… I don’t play the harmonica, but it’s an incredible… harmonica is what it is.

Tracy: Well, you said you wanted to learn. I’m trying to open up that side of you.

Isaac: Tracy, you’re throwing away an enormous amount of real affection on the wrong person.