About The Long Goodbye

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Comedy, Drama

In this radical update of Raymond Chandler’s novel, Elliott Gould (one of Altman’s favorite actors) stars as hard- boiled private eye Philip Marlowe, investigating a murder in early-1970s Los Angeles. With a screenplay by Leigh Brackett—who wrote Howard Hawks’ The Big Sleep (1946) featuring Humphrey Bogart as Marlowe—The Long Goodbye includes a memorable supporting performance by Sterling Hayden, an early lm appearance by Arnold Schwarzenegger, and a shocking turn by Mark Rydell as a brutal thug who warns Marlowe: “Now that’s someone I love! You I don’t even like.” (2K DCP Presentation)

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