Bye Bye Braverman1968
Released in the USA on February 21 of 1968, "Bye Bye Braverman" (also known as "Addio Braverman") is a Comedy/Drama film directed by Sidney Lumet, and written by Herbert Sargent (screenplay) and Wallace Markfield (novel "To an Early Grave") . George Segal and Jack Warden are starring, alongside Joseph Wiseman, Sorrell Booke, Jessica Walter and Phyllis Newman.
This motion picture is conceived to erase the memory of Leslie Braverman who had the poor taste to drop dead, without warning, thereby inflicting on his family and friends all sorts of burdensome inconveniences--like, for openers, the funeral...
When idealistic minor author Leslie Braverman dies suddenly from a heart attack at the age of 41, his four best friends decide to attend his funeral. The quartet of Jewish intellectuals drawn from the four corners of Manhattan consists of public relations writer Morroe Rieff from the Upper East Side, poet Barnet Weinstein from the Lower East Side, book reviewer Holly Levine from the Lower West Side, and Yiddish writer (and chronic complainer) Felix Ottensteen from the Upper West Side.
The men have [...]
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is the director of "Bye Bye Braverman"?
Sidney Lumet was an American director, producer, writer, screenwriter, and actor.
Sidney Lumet has directed movies such as "The Anderson Tapes", released in 1971, "Prince of the City" (1981), "Dog Day Afternoon" (1975), "The Group" (1966), "The Pawnbroker" (1964), and "That Kind of Woman" (1959).
Sidney Lumet and Jack Warden have also collaborated in "The Verdict", released in 1982 as Mickey Morrissey, "That Kind of Woman" (1959) in which Jack Warden plays Geroge Kelly, "12 Angry Men" (1957) (character: Juror #7), "Guilty as Sin" (1993) in which Jack Warden portrays Moe.
What was the release date of "Bye Bye Braverman"?
"Bye Bye Braverman" was first released on Wednesday, February 21, 1968, in the United States. Also released on Wednesday, February 21, 1968 has been "The Power" (dir. Byron Haskin)Release date in the United States:
- Wednesday, February 21, 1968