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    The Long Goodbye

    Private detective Philip Marlowe (Elliott Gould) tries to help a friend who is accused of murdering his wife. Meanwhile, he takes a new case from a beautiful blond, Eileen Wade (Nina van Pallandt), who coincidentally has a past with his friend.
    Duration: 112 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 1973
    IMDb: 7.6
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  • Actors of "The Long Goodbye"

  • Characters of "The Long Goodbye"

    Philip Marlowe. Character of The Long Goodbye
    Played by: Elliott Gould
    Eileen Wade. Character of The Long Goodbye
    Roger Wade. Character of The Long Goodbye
    Marty Augustine. Character of The Long Goodbye
    Played by: Mark Rydell
    Dr. Verringer. Character of The Long Goodbye
    Played by: Henry Gibson
    Terry Lennox. Character of The Long Goodbye
    Played by: Jim Bouton
  • Directors of "The Long Goodbye"

    Robert Altman. Director of The Long Goodbye
    Robert Altman
    Birthdate: 20 February 1925, Kansas City, Missouri, USA
  • Creators of "The Long Goodbye"

    Leigh Brackett. Director of The Long Goodbye
    Leigh Brackett
    Birthdate: 7 December 1915, Los Angeles, California, USA
    Raymond Chandler. Director of The Long Goodbye
    Raymond Chandler
    Birthdate: 23 July 1888, Chicago, Illinois, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "The Long Goodbye"

    New Yorker
    April 18, 2016

    Raymond Chandler's sentimental foolishness is the taking-off place for Robert Altman's heady, whirling sideshow of a movie, set in the early-seventies L.A. of the stoned sensibility.

    Chicago Sun-Times
    October 23, 2004

    It tries to be all genre and no story, and it almost works.

    New York Times
    May 20, 2003

    [Altman] attempts the impossible and pulls it off.
    December 08, 2016

    Robert Altman made a bold statement in his casting of Elliott Gould as a Jewish version of Raymond Chandler's Philip Marlowe character in this modestly budgeted film.

    Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
    January 04, 2015

    ... one of those movies that always flits through my mind when someone asks me to name my favorite movies of all time. I usually don't mention it, but it's always there, on the periphery. It's at least one of my two or three favorite Altmans.

    The Dissolve
    December 15, 2014

    The Long Goodbye as a whole peels back the surfaces of private-eye stories, paying special attention to their macho bluster and abused women.

    December 09, 2014

    A playful de-romanticizing of the detective genre...

    August 12, 2013

    Robert Altman orchestrates a jangly genre autopsy, mischievous and brutal

    Not Coming to a Theater Near You
    October 14, 2011

    A reminder that meaning, if it is to be found at all, is not always revealed through a linear assessment of hints and clues, but simply stumbled upon.

    Laramie Movie Scope
    February 04, 2010

    The look, the unconventional cast and the unconventional story make this a unique film, one of Altman's best.

    San Francisco Examiner
    January 11, 2009

    Robert Altman's labyrinthine take on the Raymond Chandler classic is noir unburdened by a straight narrative - it's a triumph of atmosphere and attitude, a swiftly unfolding whodunit punctuated by subversive absurdities and shattering acts of violence.

    The Stranger (Seattle, WA)
    July 11, 2007

    Everywhere you look, there's something delightfully weird going on ... Altman and company fashion a state of slouching, freeform Zen that no one else has ever really duplicated.

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