Woody’s Women

<i>By Stephanie Lysaght, 
<br>Los Angeles Times Staff Writer</i><br>
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<b>Woody’s women</b><br>
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They say it’s best to keep your professional life and your love life separate, but <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB004228" title="Woody Allen" href="/topic/entertainment/movies/woody-allen-PECLB004228.topic">Woody Allen</a> never thought so. Many of the female leads in his movies were the female leads in his real life too.  Here is a look back at Woody’s women, on and off screen.
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( Liz O. Baylen / Los Angeles Times )

By Stephanie Lysaght,
Los Angeles Times Staff Writer


Woody’s women

They say it’s best to keep your professional life and your love life separate, but Woody Allen never thought so. Many of the female leads in his movies were the female leads in his real life too. Here is a look back at Woody’s women, on and off screen.

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