Goodbye Charlie is a 1964 comedy film about a callous womanizer who gets his just reward. It was adapted from George Axelrod's play Goodbye, Charlie and starred Debbie Reynolds and Tony Curtis. The play also provided the basis for Switch, with Ellen Barkin and Jimmy Smits.
(PART 10) This is the very rare and hard to find 1964 comedy based on the play by George Axelrod. GOODBYE CHARLIE: Starring Debbie Reynolds, Tony Curtis, Pat Boone, and Walter Matthau. Charlie Sorrel is a notorious playboy who was murdered for his two-timing ways and is returned to earth as a beautiful woman as punishment for his treatment of women. Sound familiar? It should, as this theme has been used in several movies since, most notably, Blake Edwards' "Switch". This movie is extremely hard to find and this movie is essentially "out of print". You can not buy a DVD of this movie at any retail outlet (trust me, I have tried). Under FAIR USE, this video is posted for COMMENTARY and PUBLIC DISCUSSION purposes. I DO NOT OWN THIS MOVIE, NOR DO I CLAIM ANY RIGHTS TO THIS MOVIE. The only profit I will recieve from this movie is the satisfaction of bringing this classic movie to people who wouldn't normally be able to see it
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