Hello--Goodbye (1970)

107 mins | Drama | 1970

Director:

Jean Negulesco

Writer:

Roger Marshall

Producer:

André Hakim

Cinematographer:

Henri Decaé

Editor:

Richard Bryan

Production Designer:

John Howell

Production Company:

Twentieth Century--Fox Film Corp.
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HISTORY

Location scenes filmed in Cannes and on the Riviera. Working title: Hello and Goodbye ... More Less

Location scenes filmed in Cannes and on the Riviera. Working title: Hello and Goodbye . More Less

CAST
PRODUCTION CREDITS
NAME
PARENT COMPANY
PRODUCTION TEXT
A George W. George-Frank Granat Production
NAME
CREDITED AS
CREDIT
DIRECTORS
Asst dir
PRODUCER
WRITER
PHOTOGRAPHY
Dir of photog
ART DIRECTORS
Prod des
FILM EDITORS
Film ed
Asst film ed
Asst film ed
SET DECORATORS
Set dec
Set dec
MUSIC
VISUAL EFFECTS
Spec eff
MAKEUP
Makeup for Miss Gilles
Hairdresser for Miss Gilles
PRODUCTION MISC
Prod supv
Prod mgr
Unit mgr
Casting dir
Prop master
Picture car supv
DETAILS
Premiere Information:
New York opening: 12 July 1970
Copyright Claimant:
Twentieth Century--Fox Film Corp.
Copyright Date:
12 July 1970
Copyright Number:
LP38927
Physical Properties:
Sound
Color
De Luxe
Duration(in mins):
107
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Classic car enthusiast Harry England stops his Aston Martin at a filling station on the French Riviera. There he meets Dany, an attractive aristocrat whose Rolls-Royce has broken down. In Paris they visit bistros and spend the night in a cheap hotel. When Dany suggests a visit to Marseilles, Harry insists on a trip to London, and they part company. From Cannes Harry is summoned by the Baron de Choisis and offered a job as caretaker of vintage automobiles and companion to de Choisis' 16-year-old son Raymond. Accepting, Harry discovers that the baron's wife is Dany. With the apparent approval of the baron, the two thereupon resume their affair. After taking an apartment in Marseilles, Harry begs Dany to leave her husband. When she refuses, the mechanic resigns his position, gets drunk, drives the baron's Rolls-Royce into the swimming pool, and departs. Upon later learning that the baron has left his wife for American heiress Evelyn Rosson and that Dany is sailing to America, Harry rushes to the docks of Le Havre, where he persuades the departing Dany to remain with ... +


Classic car enthusiast Harry England stops his Aston Martin at a filling station on the French Riviera. There he meets Dany, an attractive aristocrat whose Rolls-Royce has broken down. In Paris they visit bistros and spend the night in a cheap hotel. When Dany suggests a visit to Marseilles, Harry insists on a trip to London, and they part company. From Cannes Harry is summoned by the Baron de Choisis and offered a job as caretaker of vintage automobiles and companion to de Choisis' 16-year-old son Raymond. Accepting, Harry discovers that the baron's wife is Dany. With the apparent approval of the baron, the two thereupon resume their affair. After taking an apartment in Marseilles, Harry begs Dany to leave her husband. When she refuses, the mechanic resigns his position, gets drunk, drives the baron's Rolls-Royce into the swimming pool, and departs. Upon later learning that the baron has left his wife for American heiress Evelyn Rosson and that Dany is sailing to America, Harry rushes to the docks of Le Havre, where he persuades the departing Dany to remain with him. +

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Partially Viewed
Offscreen Credit
Name Occurs Before Title
AFI Life Achievement Award

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