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Goodbye, My Fancy
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(1951)

A headstrong Congresswoman (Joan Crawford) rekindles old romantic flames when she returns to the college she once attended--and was expelled from--to receive an honorary degree. Director Vincent Sherman's 1951 film also stars Robert Young, Eve Arden, Frank Lovejoy, Janice Rule, Howard St. John, Lurene Tuttle, Ellen Corby, Morgan Farley, Viola Roache and John Qualen.

Runtime:
1:47
Released:
May 19, 1951

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Cast

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Ebmdyfw9sbkoeffbqth6m1ybwtl Frank Lovejoy Matt Cole
Rs1rps0lu5owj2brre51k7icmnv Eve Arden Miss 'Woody' Woods
6gx12hq6yjk0tuuwr6wocrvpxwu Janice Rule Virginia Merrill
Cvaexfkccfmudj1efsxjl4i9bxr Lurene Tuttle Ellen Griswold
1mmhugc6btitsbrtu5vmyeguhii Howard St. John Claude Griswold
Viola Roache Miss Shackelford
Sgvspnl4dj8d0y273lonnm4guhk Ellen Corby Miss Birdshaw
Morgan Farley Doctor Pitt
Pdfhceepcenq5pgsxog0qa0egdw Virginia Gibson Mary Nell Dodge
Nbxfhzo4tupnnfgnadxfpwqiven John Qualen Professor Dingley

Crew

Directing

Vincent Sherman Director

Writing

Fay Kanin Theatre Play

Ivan Goff Screenplay

Ben Roberts Screenplay

Fay Kanin Theatre Play