Bananas (1971) - (Movie Clip) Four Hundred And Ninety On Rye
Co-writer and director Woody Allen as conscripted Peace Corps volunteer Fielding Mellish, elected by Latin American revolutionary comrade Luis (Miguel Suarez) and leader Esposito (Jacobo Morales) to get lunch, in Bananas, 1971, from a screenplay by Allen and Mickey Rose.
Bananas - (Original Trailer)
In Bananas (1971), his second starring comedy, Woody Allen plays an American who becomes a Central American dictator.
Bananas (1971) -- (Movie Clip) Wide World Of Sports
The audacious opening, from the screenplay by director Woody Allen and Mickey Rose, broadcasters Don Dunphy and Howard Cosell largely improvising their commentary, Carlos Montalbàn as General Vargas, from Bananas, 1971.
Bananas (1971) -- (Movie Clip) I Could Open A Can Of Ribs
Were getting to know New York product-tester Fielding Mellish (co-writer and director Woody Allen), on the subway meeting thugs Anthony Caso and Sylvester Stallone (one of his earliest roles), then activist Nancy (the soon-to-be ex-Mrs. Allen) hustling signatures, in Bananas, 1971.
Bananas (1971) -- (Movie Clip) Dinner With The President
Arrived in San Marcos where he's traveled to win back his girlfriend with his political commitment, professional product tester Fielding Mellish (director and co-writer Woody Allen) is unaware that the dictator Vargas (Carlos Montalban) and his crew (Rene Enriquez, Jack Axelrod) plan to frame him, in Bananas, 1971.
Bananas (1971) -- (Movie Clip) I Love Leprosy
Bumbling New York nobody Fielding Mellish (writer-director Woody Allen) thinks he's finally getting somewhere with his political-activist yoga-nut college-student girlfriend Nancy (Louise Lasser, Allen's wife at the time), but meeting in Central Park, she has bad news, a famous bit from Bananas, 1971.