The Character: The main protagonist of film-within-a-film The Purple Rose Of Cairo (played by Jeff Daniels), who steps out of his own movie when he spies lonely Cecilia watching the movie over and over.
Best Line: Tom suddenly becomes aware of the advantages of not being tied to the standards of 1930s Hollywood. "You make love without fading out?"
How Woody-Esque? Totally different, yet imbued with all the hallmarks of Allen's idealised version of Golden Age cinema - "honest, dependable, courageous, romantic, and a great kisser."