WIN WOODY ALLEN CLASSICS
Saturday 28 June 1997
Now you can buy some of his finest films on video in widescreen format for the first time, released as part of Warner Home Video's Elite Collection (pounds 12.99 each).
We have five sets of the following films to give away: Interiors, Stardust Memories (right), Love and Death, Sleeper, Bananas and A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy.
For a chance to win a set of videos, answer this question: What is the name of Woody Allen's latest film?
Send your details on a postcard, by 4 July, to: Eye/Woody Allen Offer, Parkes Print, 86 East Avenue, Hayes, Middx UB3 2HR. The first five correct entries picked out of the postbag will win.
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