He's no hunk, but Woody Allen has been linked to some of the hottest actresses in Hollywood -- well, professionally, at least. "I have great adoration and lust and interest in all of the women in my films," the famed director told W magazine in 2011. "It would thrill me to go out with all of them." (Sorry, Woody, but at least you have Soon-Yi!) In honor of the 35th anniversary of "Annie Hall," let's take a look at some of Woody's most memorable muses.
Diane is the original Woody Allen muse. "I never used to be able to create parts for women. But then I met Diane Keaton, and we started dating and moved in together, and I started writing for her," he told W magazine last year. "She had a huge influence on me. Keaton has that large, large personality: I'd write the jokes for my character, and she'd get all the laughs. By the time I got to 'Annie Hall,' I was more comfortable writing for women than for men." The actress was equally as enamored with the director. "He was so hip, with his thick glasses and cool suits," she wrote in her 2011 memoir, "Then Again." "He was even better-looking in real life. He had a great body." (We'll take your word for it, Diane.)