Hello-Goodbye (1970 film)

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Directed by Jean Negulesco
Produced by André Hakim
Written by Roger Marshall
Starring Michael Crawford
Genevieve Gilles
Curd Jürgens
Music by Francis Lai
Cinematography Henri Decaë
Edited by Richard Bryan
Darryl F. Zanuck Productions
Distributed by 20th Century Fox
Release date
1970 (1970)
Running time
107 min.
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Budget $4.4 million[1]

Hello-Goodbye is a 1970 British light comedy film, starring Michael Crawford, and directed by Jean Negulesco, whose final film this was.


Harry England (Michael Crawford), a British car salesman on a trip to France, meets a Baroness "Danny" (Genevieve Gilles) when her Rolls-Royce breaks down. They spend a few days together and become lovers before she disappears one night, but Harry does not know her surname.

The Baron (Curd Jürgens) then hires Harry to teach his teenage son about cars on their country estate. Harry encounters the Baroness again and their affair continues. Harry falls in love and asks the Baroness to leave the Baron, who has taken up with a lady of his own.



  1. ^ Solomon, Aubrey. Twentieth Century Fox: A Corporate and Financial History (The Scarecrow Filmmakers Series). Lanham, Maryland: Scarecrow Press, 1989. ISBN 978-0-8108-4244-1. p256
  2. ^ The film credits refer to her as "Ira Furstenberg".

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