According to Cinema Blend, Diane Keaton is ranked the No. 6 "greatest movie pothead" of all time. That's because she played a stoner in 1977's Annie Hall. After she and Alvy (Woody Allen) have sex, Annie lights up a joint.
Alvy: Yeah, grass, right? The illusion that it will make a white woman more like Billie Holiday.
Annie: Well, have you ever made love high?
Alvy : Me? No. I - I, you know, If I have grass or alcohol or anything, I get unbearably wonderful. I get too wonderful for words. I don't know why you have to get high every time we make love.
Annie: It relaxes me.
Alvy: You have to be artificially relaxed before we can go to bed?
Annie Hall: Well, what's the difference anyway?
Alvy Singer: Well, I'll give you a shot of sodium pentathol. You can sleep through it.
Annie Hall: Oh come on. Look who's talking. You've been seeing a psychiatrist for 15 years. You should smoke some of this. You'd be off the couch in no time.
Alvy doens't and later in the film famously sneezes on a pile of coke.
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Keaton won the Academy Award for her Best Actress performance in Annie Hall.
In 2014, Elle wrote: "It's high time [Keaton} gets her due as a Stoner Babe icon."
Tokin Woman reports: "Keaton also smokes pot on film (in a bathtub) in 1982's Shoot the Moon. In 2005, she appeared as the cancer-stricken matriarch of The Family Stone, in which she takes 'special' medicinal brownies."
Keaton: "No, thank you! That was never something that I engaged in at all. I missed out on that. I would prefer just to have a glass of wine with ice in it. I don’t want to go there. I like ice and that’s fun, but no, that’s not fun. That’s scary. I don’t want to do that."
Then there's this 2020 tweet from actor Jason Toler:
I met Diane Keaton on an airplane we both were wearing #Dope hats she asked if I wanted to smoke weed with her I declined she asked me if u wanted to buy some weed I was like nah I’m good she asked me if I wanted to join the mile high club #DianeKeaton is a G pic.twitter.com/MhwxdYtmEl— JasonToler (@jasonmadefilms) May 14, 2020
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