Woody Allen's knack for innovation goes beyond somehow managing to maintain a career after marrying his step-daughter. The fact he was able to turn his chinless stammering and stuttering into a trademark in the first place is just as worthy of applause or admonishment, depending on what you're into. Clearly, a couple of Huffington Post editors are fans. Or, at least, they were. You would think compiling half a century worth of his every "um," "uh," "I," and "but" from every movie he's ever done into an epic supercut of dazzlingly annoying proportions would put you off somewhat. We dare you to sit through all 44 minutes. [Source]
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