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The Long Goodbye (7-Mar-1973)

Director: Robert Altman

Writer: Leigh Brackett

From novel: The Long Goodbye by Raymond Chandler

Music by: John Williams

Producer: Jerry Bick

Keywords: Crime

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Warren Berlinger
Actor
31-Aug-1937   American character actor
Henry Gibson
Actor
21-Sep-1935 14-Sep-2009 Laugh-In
Elliott Gould
Actor
29-Aug-1938   Trapper John in M*A*S*H film
Sterling Hayden
Actor
26-Mar-1916 23-May-1986 Jack D. Ripper in Dr. Strangelove
Jack Riley
Actor
30-Dec-1935   Elliot Carlin on The Bob Newhart Show
Mark Rydell
Film Director
23-Mar-1934   On Golden Pond

CAST

Elliott Gould   ...   Philip Marlowe
Also Starring
Nina van Pallandt   ...   Eileen Wade
Sterling Hayden   ...   Roger Wade
Co-Starring
Mark Rydell   ...   Marty Augustine
Henry Gibson   ...   Dr. Verringer
with
David Arkin   ...   Harry
Warren Berlinger   ...   Morgan
Jo Ann Brody   ...   Jo Ann Eggenweiler
and
Jim Bouton   ...   Terry Lennox
Steve Coit   ...   Det. Farmer
Jack Knight   ...   Mabel
Pepe Callahan   ...   Pepe
Vince Palmieri   ...   Vince
Pancho Cordoba   ...   Doctor
Enrique Lucero   ...   Jefe
Rutanya Alda   ...   Rutanya Sweet
Tammy Shaw   ...   Dancer
Jack Riley   ...   Riley
Ken Sansom   ...   Colony Guard
Jerry Jones   ...   Det. Green
John Davies   ...   Det. Dayton
Rodney Moss   ...   Supermarket Clerk
Sybil Scotford   ...   Real Estate Lady
Herb Kerns   ...   Herbie

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