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Actress and Director Diane Keaton on Starring in Classic American Films

Keaton is currently starring in the new film "Marvin's Room," the film adaptation of the 1991 play about a young man dying of AIDS and his family who cared for him. Keaton also stars in the new film "The First Wives Club." She is probably best known for the comic chemistry she developed with Woody Allen. She won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her role in Allen's "Annie Hall."


Other segments from the episode on January 2, 1997

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, January 2, 1997: Interview with Diane Keaton; Commentary on Ebonics.


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