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Kiss Me Goodbye (22-Dec-1982)

Director: Robert Mulligan

Writer: Charlie Peters

From novel: Dona Flor e Seus Dois Maridos by Jorge Amado

Music by: Ralph Burns

Producer: Robert Mulligan

Keywords: Romantic Comedy, Ghost, Exorcism

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jeff Bridges
Actor
4-Dec-1949   The Dude abides
James Caan
Actor
26-Mar-1940   Vegas
Paul Dooley
Actor
22-Feb-1928   Grace Under Fire
Sally Field
Actor
6-Nov-1946   Steel Magnolias
Mildred Natwick
Actor
19-Jun-1905 25-Oct-1994 Barefoot in the Park
Barret Oliver
Actor
14-Aug-1973   The Neverending Story
Claire Trevor
Actor
8-Mar-1910 8-Apr-2000 Key Largo

CAST

Sally Field   ...   Kay
James Caan   ...   Jolly
Jeff Bridges   ...   Rupert
Paul Dooley   ...   Kendall
Claire Trevor   ...   Charlotte
Mildred Natwick   ...   Mrs. Reilly
Dorothy Fielding   ...   Emily
William Prince   ...   Rev. Hollis
Maryedith Burrell   ...   Mrs. Newman
Alan Haufrect   ...   Mr. Newman
Stephen Elliott   ...   Edgar
Michael Ensign   ...   Billy
Edith Fields   ...   Waitress
Lee Weaver   ...   Mr. King
Gene Castle   ...   Party Guest
Lyla Graham   ...   Miss Wells
Christopher Graver   ...   Little Boy (Museum)
Bernadette Birkett   ...   Mother
Barret Oliver   ...   Little Boy
Robert Miano   ...   Michael
Wolf Muser   ...   Mark
Norman Alexander Gibbs   ...   Roland
Adam Wade   ...   Roscoe
Abraham Gordon   ...   Workman
Vincent J. Isaac   ...   Messenger
Jeffrey Lampert   ...   Mover
Jude Farese   ...   Mover

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