- This was Woody Allen's first film shot using the widescreen (2.35:1) anamorphic Panavision process.
- Allen disliked his work in this film so much he offered to direct another film for United Artists for free if they kept "Manhattan" on the shelf for good.
- Director's Trademark (Woody Allen):[writer] Jill is a novelist.
- 'Nelkin, Stacey' , whom Woody Allen dated while she was at New York's Stuyvesant High School, was reportedly the inspiration for the character of Tracey.
- There is a clause in the studio's contract that stipulates that the film must always be shown in letterbox format in any home release or broadcast/cable airing.
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