Woody Allen used to impress his fellow students with his extraordinary talent at card and magic tricks.
Milton Berle was a figure of awe to a 14-year-old Woody, who - along with some friends at New York's celebrated Circle Magic shop - introduced himself to Berle, another customer, as somebody nifty with cards. In his nervousness Allen fumbled the cards, and missed the chance of a TV spot.
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