Goodbye Again (1933 film)

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Goodbye Again
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Movie poster
Directed by Michael Curtiz
Screenplay by Ben Markson
Based on The play
by George Haight and Allan Scott
Starring Warren William
Joan Blondell
Genevieve Tobin
Hugh Herbert
Wallace Ford
Helen Chandler
Hobart Cavanaugh
Ruth Donnelly
Cinematography George Barnes
Production
company
Release date
1933
Country United States
Language English

Goodbye Again is a 1933 pre-Code comedy film made by First National Pictures and Warner Bros.[1]

It was directed by Michael Curtiz and produced by Henry Blanke from a screenplay by Ben Markson, based on the play by George Haight and Allan Scott. Cinematography was by George Barnes and costume design by Orry-Kelly.

The film stars Warren William, Joan Blondell, Genevieve Tobin, Hugh Herbert, Wallace Ford, Helen Chandler, Hobart Cavanaugh, and Ruth Donnelly.

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Famous author Kenneth Bixby would like to reignite a romance with ex-sweetheart Julie. There are two people who'd prefer that Bixby stick to writing and stay away from Julie, Julie's husband Harvey, and Bixby's loyal secretary Anne, who's been carrying a torch for her boss for years.

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