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As I recall, the studio marketing folks wanted to slap the "Dolby Stereo" label on the film. Obviously, Woody Allen doesn't care for multi-channel sound. Remember, a "consultant" only "consults". That doesn't mean the movie features surround sound, stereo, or any other format. Woody Allen likes big, fat MONO. That's what the movie is.
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