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Kiss Her Goodbye (1959)

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

Director:

Albert Lipton

Writers:

Alan Marcus, H. William Miller (novel)
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Cast

Cast overview:
Elaine Stritch ... Marge Carson
Steven Hill ... Ed Wilson
Gene Lyons ... Corey Sherman
Andrew Prine ... Kenneth 'Kenny' Grimes
Daniel Reed Daniel Reed ... Albert Tubbs
Howard Fischer Howard Fischer ... Sheriff Skinner
Dorrit Kelton Dorrit Kelton ... Grandma (as Dorit Kelton)
Mike Alonzo Mike Alonzo ... Felipe
Mel Brown Mel Brown ... Doctor
Roxana Landrian Roxana Landrian ... Esmeralda, the Housekeeper
Sharon Farrell ... 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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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Company Credits

Production Co:

Bruce Newberg Productions See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Trivia

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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Interesting Film That Reminds Me of Bus Stop
21 January 2000 | by savanna-2See all my reviews

Solid ensemble cast, featuring, Sharon Farrell (Emily) as the younger sister of Steven Hill (Ed). This duo, whose parents are no longer alive, end up at a road side inn, in a seaside town, that is little more than a "wide spot" in the road.

For reasons that would give too much of the plot away, they have been on the move. With their car broken down, Ed has to take a job at the local service station. This is how we get to know the rest of the cast, including Elaine Stritch as Marge.

I found this movie to be tightly written, well filmed, and could be considered "film noir." Give it a chance, the next time it's shown on one of the classic movie stations. Don't think it is available on video at this time. I think it may be mostly overlooked because of the lack of any "big name" stars.


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