If you enjoy awkward pauses, excessive stammering, and nervous stuttering -- or, to put it succinctly, you're a Woody Allen fan -- then you're going to love this supercut cobbled together by the team at Huffington Post.

Clocking in at 44 minutes and 21 seconds, the clip captures every instance of Woody Allen stammering in one of his movies, exhaustively digging up every cringe-worthy "um" and "uh" and "ah," in all their painful glory. The clip kicks off with a few scenes from early Allen films "What's New Pussycat" and "Casino Royale," picking up awkward speed and kicking into high gear around 1977's "Annie Hall," before finishing up with 2012's "To Rome With Love."

Perhaps the most striking thing about the clip, aside from its impressive scope, is that over the 47 years it covers, Allen hasn't changed one bit. Sure, his hair is decidedly whiter than it was in 1965, but the mannerisms are all the same -- nervous, nebbish, nerdy, and neurotic. Here's hoping the real-life Allen has had a bit more personal growth than his on-screen alter egos.

[via HuffPost]
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