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Goodbye Charlie (18-Nov-1964)

Director: Vincente Minnelli

Writer: Harry Kurnitz

From a play by: George Axelrod

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Joanna Barnes
Actor
15-Nov-1934   Goodbye Charlie
Pat Boone
Singer
1-Jun-1934   Lounge singer, 45M records sold
Ellen Burstyn
Actor
7-Dec-1932   Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore
Roger C. Carmel
Actor
27-Sep-1932 11-Nov-1986 Harcourt Fenton Mudd
Tony Curtis
Actor
3-Jun-1925 29-Sep-2010 Some Like It Hot
Laura Devon
Actor
23-May-1931 19-Jul-2007 Red Line 7000
Martin Gabel
Actor
19-Jun-1912 22-May-1986 The First Deadly Sin
Walter Matthau
Actor
1-Oct-1920 1-Jul-2000 Messy half of the Odd Couple
Debbie Reynolds
Actor
1-Apr-1932   Dancer, actress

REVIEWS

Review by kathy b (posted on 5-Aug-2007)

I haven't seen this movie for years; it's fallen off the face of the planet. I remember that I enjoyed seeing Debbie Reynolds playing a womanizing, scheming man who's been reincarnated into a woman's body. Debbie played the part just right, using a man's mannerisms, speech patterns, and even walking like a man. Tony Curtis was excellent as Charlie's best friend, conflicted by his fierce loyalty to his friend and attraction to this new female form. If the story is a little too neatly wrapped up at the end, we can forgive it. After all, we all love a happy ending.


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