Kiss Me Goodbye

Synopsis: Not until three years after the death of her husband Jolly, Kay dares to move back into their former home, persuaded by her new fiancé Rupert. But soon her worst expectations come true, when not only her old memories haunt her, but also Jolly's ghost, who doesn't approve of her new mate. Invisible to anyone but Kay, he tries to prevent the wedding.
Director(s): Robert Mulligan
Production: 20th Century Fox Film Corporation
101 min

another man like Jolly?

Mother, please don't

start this again.

He was so handsome and...

And charming... And...

- Dead!

- And he loved this house.

He did not love this house mother.

He hardly noticed it.

"Home, Sweet Home" to Jolly was

room service in any...

...hotel in a town with a theatre.

Charlotte, do you think we might

scrape together...

- ...a cup of instant coffee?

- Why not?

I didn't have any lunch today.





- You're late.

- I know. I'm sorry.

- You okay?

- Sure.



Why does this dog hate me so much?

He doesn't hate you.

He likes yo...

Yeah, I can tell.

He's wagging his fangs.

Oh, honey.

So this is the place, hmm?

Oh, it's just yo...

Just me.

Lovely hat. Are... Are

batteries included?


Hey, Emily. God, this place

is fabulous, isn't it?

- You like it?

- Who wouldn't?

Look at this banister.

- What?

- That's Santiago nabogany.

It's impossible to find today.

- Can I go upstairs?

- Sure.


This molding is incredible.

- Did you tell him?

- I will.

Do you know what it would cost to

build a place like this today?

- Do you like it?

- Like it? I love it.

I love it almost as much as

I love yo...


Let's get married here.

Well... Here, in this house?

Why not? It's our house.

- Another snap decision.

- I think it's a fabulous idea.

- What about the club?

- Cancel.

- Can't do that, Kay.

- Why not?

Well, they went to all this trouble

to fit us in at such a short notice.

So what? This house would be a

beautiful place for wedding.

Absolutely perfect.

What do you say?

- I think it's irresponsible.

- Rupert!

- Loosen up.

- Please.

Do it, Rupert.

Well, okay. Why not? I guess. I

don't know.

Then it's all settled.

I don't have any address book.

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