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Alex Cox introduces another in the season of classic cult films. Tonight:
Stardust Memories starring
Woody Allen
Charlotte Rampling Jessica Harper Marie-Christine Barrault.
During a retrospective festival of his work at the Stardust hotel in up-state New York, film director
Sandy Bates finds himself mobbed by a horde of critics and fans, and haunted by memories of previous relationships. As the weekend progresses, the present becomes strangely confused with the past ...
Produced by JACK ROLLINS and CHARLES H. JOFFE Written and directed by WOODY ALLEN
Television presentation by NICK JONES
* PROFILE: page 19


Introduces: Alex Cox
Unknown: Woody Allen
Unknown: Charlotte Rampling
Unknown: Jessica Harper
Unknown: Marie-Christine Barrault.
Unknown: Sandy Bates
Produced By: Jack Rollins
Produced By: Charles H. Joffe
Directed By: Woody Allen
Presentation By: Nick Jones
Sandy Bates: Woody Allen
Dorrie: Charlotte Rampling
Daisy: Jessica Harper
Isoble: Marie-Christine Barrault
Tony: Tony Roberts
Vivian Orkin: Helen Hanft
Jack Abel: John Rothman
Sandy's sister: Anne Desalvo
George: David Lipman
Sandy's mother: Joan Neuman
Old man: Eli Mintz
Actor: Daniel Stern
Shelly: Amy Wright
Charlotte Ames: Gabrielle Strasun
Jerry Abraham: Bob Maroff
Sandy's analyst: Leonardo Cimino
Sandy a boy: Robert Munk

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