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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 Forsmo)
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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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This was filmed in Cuba and it was confiscated due to Fidel Castro takeover and was released late. See more »

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At one point, the sister trashes the door to her motel room. When we see it a short while later, it's pristine. That fly-by-night motel must have some handyman. See more »

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Great dialog
3 October 2007 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

As a movie buff, I will watch almost anything. Today, I tuned into one of those 'gems' that get little airtime. I watched some of Kiss Her Goodbye for the first time today (on AMC). Unfortunately, this movie had already been running for about 30 minutes before I tuned into it. I was pleasantly surprised with the actors, depth of character(s) and the dialog. The dialog in particular, I found to be fairly natural in most scenes. It was also surprising to not see a rating of this 'film noir'. Truly, a very good movie. I hope to be able to see the movie in it's entirety in the future. With luck, this title will be released onto DVD.


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