For those not up on their Woody oeuvre, Take the Money and Run, a mockumentary about notorious criminal master mind Virgil Starkwell (he, unfortunately, never made the FBI's Most Wanted List because, as his wife Louise (Janet Margolin- a cross between Neve Campbell and Julia Louise Dreyfuss- put's it "it's who you know") is his first movie he wrote (well, co-wrote with Mickey Rose), directed and starred in. It's so early it's missing the now trademark black background, white type title, and Dixieland jazz title sequence. It's so early it doesn't feature Mia Farrow or Diane Keaton. Yet it's as good as any of his early comedies which means it's about as funny a movie as a movie could possibly be. And then even funnier than that.