“At the opera in Milan with my daughter and me, Needleman leaned out of his box and fell into the orchestra pit. Too proud to admit it was a mistake, he attended the opera every night for a month and repeated it each time. Soon he developed a mild brain concussion. I pointed out that he could stop falling as his point had been made. He said, ‘No. A few more times. It’s really not so bad.”
—Woody Allen, “Remembering Needleman,” Side Effects (1980)
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