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The Long Goodbye
Directed by:
Robert Altman

Released in the USA on March 07 of 1973, "The Long Goodbye" (also known as "Lungo addio, Il", "Tod kennt keine Wiederkehr, Der") is a Crime/Drama/Thriller/Mystery film directed by Robert Altman, and written by Leigh Brackett (screenplay) . Elliott Gould is starring, alongside Sterling Hayden, Mark Rydell, Henry Gibson, David Arkin and Jim Bouton.

"I have two friends in the world. One is a cat. The other is a murderer." - Elliot Gould as Phillip Marlowe

Who is the director of "The Long Goodbye":

The Long Goodbye was directed by Robert Altman, an American director, producer, writer, and actor.

Before making The Long Goodbye, Robert Altman had directed Images, released in 1972, McCabe & Mrs. Miller (1971), Brewster McCloud (1970), MASH (1970), That Cold Day in the Park (1969), and Countdown (1968). Since, he directed Thieves Like Us, released in 1974, California Split (1974), Nashville (1975), Buffalo Bill and the Indians, or Sitting Bull's History Lesson (1976), 3 Women (1977), and A Wedding (1978).

What was the release date of "The Long Goodbye":

The Long Goodbye was initially released on Wednesday, March 07, 1973, in the United States. Another film released on Wednesday, March 07, 1973 is Slither (dir. Howard Zieff). This was forty-six (46) years ago.

It has been released on Wednesday, January 30, 2002 in France and on Friday, November 02, 1973 in Germany.

What is the casting of "The Long Goodbye":

At the casting of The Long Goodbye we find Elliott Gould, previously seen in Little Murders (1971) and I Love My Wife (1970); Sterling Hayden (The Final Programme (1973), The Godfather (1972)); Mark Rydell (Crime in the Streets (1956)) [ more... ]

  • David Arkin and Elliott Gould, Henry Gibson also appeared together in Nashville, released in 1975.
  • Elliott Gould, David Arkin and Jerry Jones can also be seen in MASH, released in 1970.
  • Jack Riley and Elliott Gould also appeared in The Player, released in 1992.
  • Elliott Gould and Jack Knight also worked together in Busting, released in 1974.

What is the Storyline of "The Long Goodbye":

Late one night, private investigator Philip Marlowe is visited by his close friend, Terry Lennox, who asks for a lift from Los Angeles to the California?Mexico border at Tijuana. He obliges.

On returning home, Marlowe is awaited by two police department detectives, who accuse Terry Lennox of having murdered his rich wife, Sylvia. Marlowe refuses to give them any information and they arrest him. After three days in jail, the police release him, because Terry Lennox committed suicide in Mexico. It is [...]

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