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The Goodbye Girl - Love Romantic Comedy. This is at the top of the list funny...& romantic!

The Goodbye Girl Stars: Richard Dreyfuss, Marsha Mason, Quinn Cummings. After being dumped by her live-in boyfriend, an unemployed dancer and her daughter are reluctantly forced to live with a struggling off-Broadway actor.

The Goodbye Girl; Richard Dreyfuss, Marsha Mason

The Goodbye Girl Richard Dreyfuss, Marsha Mason. All these years later, this movie still holds up. A great story that makes you believe in second chances.

The 50th Academy Awards | Oscar Legacy | Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences  1977 Best Actor Richard Dreyfus.. Goodbye Girl

The Academy Awards 1977 Best Actor Richard Dreyfus.The acting in this film was recognized by the Academy with nominations for Richard Dreyfuss (Best Actor), Marsha Mason (Best Actress), and Quinn Cummings (Best Supporting Actress).

This screenplay was created by Simon specifically because of the brilliant chemistry between Mason and Dreyfuss after a reading!

The Goodbye Girl (1977)

The Goodbye Girl is a 1977 American romantic comedy-drama film. Directed by Herbert Ross, the film stars Richard Dreyfuss, Marsha Mason, Qui.

After being dumped by her boyfriend,  an unemployed dancer and her 10-year-old daughter are reluctantly forced to live with a struggling off-Broadway actor.

The Goodbye Girl (1977)

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The Goodbye Girl  Directed by: Herbert RossWritten by: Neil SimonAlso central to the depiction of New York: playwright and screenwriter Neil Simon. In The Goodbye Girl, dancer Paula McFadden (Marsha Mason) and her young daughter are forced to share a Manhattan apartment with struggling actor Elliot Garfield (Richard Dreyfuss). There is no realer New York reality — and of course their spite for each other turns into love, because this is a movie after all.

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The Goodbye Girl Directed by: Herbert RossWritten by: Neil SimonAlso central to the depiction of New York: playwright and screenwriter Neil Simon. In The Goodbye Girl, dancer Paula McFadden (Marsha Mason) and her young daughter are forced to share a Manhattan apartment with struggling actor Elliot Garfield (Richard Dreyfuss). There is no realer New York reality — and of course their spite for each other turns into love, because this is a movie after all.

Powder, today is one year that I said goodbye to you and not one day goes by that I don't think of you or miss you. You will always be my sweet special boy and I will love you forever ...xoxo

Powder, today is one year that I said goodbye to you and not one day goes by that I don't think of you or miss you. You will always be my sweet special boy and I will love you forever .

"If you were a Broadway musical, people would be humming your face." - Elliot Garfield

Romantic movies "The Goodbye Girl" Richard Dreyfuss, Marsha Mason 1977 Warner Brothers

Cover for The Goodbye Girl: Pemberton Manor Prequel

Cover for The Goodbye Girl: Pemberton Manor Prequel

The Goodbye Girl (1977) | 58 Romantic Comedies You Need To See Before You Die

58 Romantic Comedies You Need To See Before You Die

The Goodbye Girl , Richard Dreyfuss

The Goodbye Girl , Richard Dreyfuss

when a Gemini is finally tired of trying, they will just leave. no fight, not argument and sometimes not even a goodbye.

When a Gemini is finally tired of fighting, they will just leave, no fight, no argument and sometimes not even a goodbye. <<< so true

The Goodbye Girl (musical) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia  1993 starred Bernadette Peters closed after100 performances

The Goodbye Girl (musical) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia 1993 starred Bernadette Peters closed performances

March 4, 1993: THE GOODBYE GIRL, starring Martin Short and Bernadette Peters, opens at the Marquis Theatre

The Goodbye Girl, starring Martin Short and Bernadette Peters. It opened in March of 1993 and played until August Book by Neil Simon, music by Marvin Hamlisch. Nominated for 5 Tony Awards.