Sunday, December 7, 2014
THE LONG GOODBYE (1973)
Elliott Gould is a veteran of Broadway musicals who went on to do film work as the tough private eye Philip Marlowe. The actor did that for director Robert Altman. On December 5th, this month, The New York Times had an article proclaiming "Altman's Noir Suddenly Gets Plenty of Light: Robert Altman's 'The Long Goodbye' Is Popular Again."
But there was a time when Gould got the star treatment just like George does. Going into the 1970s, Elliott Gould was an A-list, major movie star.
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