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Kiss Her Goodbye (1959)

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Psychological tale about the disintegration of a young woman's sanity.

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Marge Carson
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Ed Wilson
Gene Lyons ...
Corey Sherman
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Kenneth 'Kenny' Grimes
Daniel Reed ...
Albert Tubbs
Howard Fischer ...
Sheriff Skinner
Dorrit Kelton ...
Grandma (as Dorit Kelton)
Mike Alonzo ...
Felipe
Mel Brown ...
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Roxana Landrian ...
Esmeralda, the Housekeeper
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Emily Wilson (as Sharon Forsino)
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Low-budget psychological drama about an emotionally unstable young woman and her brother who drift from town to town. A sympathetic motel café waitress takes pity on the girl and becomes romantically involved with her brother. Written by alfiehitchie

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Watchable, but mostly for its '50s atmosphere
10 October 2006 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

Turner Classic Movies channel just showed this (10/10/06). I'd never heard of it before. I suspect it was barely released in 1959. It's a very low-budget film that's supposed to take place in Florida, but I'm not sure it was entirely shot there. Some of it looks like Southern Cal. Steven Hill, Elaine Stritch, Andrew Prine and a nineteen-year-old Sharon Farrell are professional and do the best they can with a weak script and in what looks like an amateur production. I see it's the director's only credit. The film is not bad, somewhat interesting, but never rises above its limits. A minor curio. It certainly kept me watching, but in the end it didn't amount to much.


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