If you, like me, are a huge Woody Allen fan, you know that the guy can sometimes have a little trouble getting his words out. Exactly how much trouble? The Huffington Post's Ben Craw and Oliver Noble took it upon themselves to find out. They produced a supercut of every instance of Allen stuttering on film. It's 44 minutes and 22 seconds long. The selections from "Annie Hall" alone total more than three minutes. Enjoy: