Duane Hall, the brother with violently disturbing dreams and the hush-quiet voice made creepier by Christopher Walken's deadpan delivery, is here. So is Cheech, above, the gangster who finds he has a natural gift for dialogue. There's Fielding Mellish: he goes in for his name alone, but the fact that everything he does is hilarious certainly helps.
It's a list from Total Film of the 50 greatest Woody Allen characters - most of them played by the very fine actors (and unusual cases, like Marshall McLuhan) who have lined up to be in his films. It's a good list, not to mention a decent prod for picking a movie for an autumn night.