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Source: John Baxter. Woody Allen: A Biography, Carroll & Graf Publishers, Inc.: New York (1999), page 8:
...so Nettie [Woody Allen's mother] was stuck with the role of book-keeper for the family business, a luncheonette. It was a role often allocated to the smarter younger daughters of Jewish families. Stanley Kubrick, also born in the Bronx, in 1928, had two aunts who were book-keepers; it was his father Jack who qualified as a doctor.
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