Goodbye, My Fancy

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  • Genre(s): Comedy Romance
  • Release year: 1951
  • Running time: 107 min
Goodbye, My Fancy is a 1951 American romantic comedy film starring Joan Crawford, Robert Young, and Frank Lovejoy. The film was directed by Vincent Sherman and produced by Henry Blanke. Distributed by Warner Bros., the film was based on the 1948 play... read more
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Goodbye, My Fancy is a 1951 American romantic comedy film starring Joan Crawford, Robert Young, and Frank Lovejoy. The film was directed by Vincent Sherman and produced by Henry Blanke. Distributed by Warner Bros., the film was based on the 1948 play of same name by Fay Kanin and adapted for the screen by Ivan Goff and Ben Roberts. The plot follows an influential politician who returns to her former college to receive an honorary degree only to find her old flame as the university president. Goodbye, My Fancy was the third and last cinematic collaboration between Sherman and Crawford, the first two being Harriet Craig and The Damned Don't Cry! in 1950.

Original Release

05/19/1951

US Release

05/19/1951

Cast

Joan Crawford Agatha Reed
Robert Young Doctor James Merrill
Eve Arden Miss 'Woody' Woods
Frank Lovejoy Matt Cole
Janice Rule Virginia Merrill
Lurene Tuttle Ellen Griswold
Howard St. John Claude Griswold
Viola Roache Miss Shackelford
Ellen Corby Miss Birdshaw
Morgan Farley Doctor Pitt
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Vincent Sherman

Writers

Ivan Goff, Ben Roberts, Fay Kanin

Cast

Joan Crawford Agatha Reed
Robert Young Doctor James Merrill
Eve Arden Miss 'Woody' Woods
Frank Lovejoy Matt Cole
Janice Rule Virginia Merrill
Lurene Tuttle Ellen Griswold
Howard St. John Claude Griswold
Viola Roache Miss Shackelford
Ellen Corby Miss Birdshaw
Morgan Farley Doctor Pitt
Virginia Gibson Mary Nell Dodge
John Qualen Professor Dingley
Leah Baird Party Guest
George Bunny Janitor / Janitor (Uncredited)
Mary Carver Joan Wintner / Joan Wintner (Uncredited)
Beulah Christian Party Guest
James Conaty Party Guest / Party Guest (Uncredited)
Frank Conlan Frank / Frank (Uncredited)
Charles J. Conrad Reporter / Reporter (Uncredited)
Lucius Cook Congressman

Producers

Editors

Rudi Fehr

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