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He knew what to do in 1967
Here is Woody on William F. Buckley’s Firing Line in 1967, offering his thoughts on the new Israeli dilemma:
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I usually can’t stand Woody Allen but here is was different. What had happened, was this taped before he stopped drinking NY water?
great clip…maybe one day the world will realize that we shouldn’t give it back..
it was likely not firing line – buckley was the guest here. wonder what show allen hosted…
Is that Louise Lasser asking the question about people who refuse to appear on Firing Line?
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