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BetteBack July 16, 1995: Bette Midler To Star In Woody Allen Musical

The Boston Globe (Boston, MA)
July 16, 1995 | Matthew Gilbert, Globe Staff


The bad news: Due to a scheduling conflict, Diane Keaton has dropped out of Woody Allen‘s still untitled fall project. The good news: Judy Davis will replace her. Davis, who also appeared in Allen’s “Alice” and stole his “Husbands and Wives,” will be joined by Alan Alda, Bette Midler, Drew Barrymore, Tim Roth and Julia Roberts. According to reports, the film is going to be a musical, with Allen collaborating with conductor, arranger, composer and performer Dick Hyman. Meanwhile, Allen’s “Mighty Aphrodite” is due in theaters this fall. The Mafia-at-the-racetrack comedy stars Helena Bonham Carter, Michael Rapaport, F. Murray Abraham, Olympia Dukakis, Peter Weller, Jack Warden, David Ogden Stiers and Allen

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2 thoughts on “BetteBack July 16, 1995: Bette Midler To Star In Woody Allen Musical

  1. Everybody says I love you, is ons of my favorite little movies. It would have been great to see bette in this. Why did it not come into play?

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