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Goodbye, My Fancy (1951) was a Comedy - Romance Film directed by Vincent Sherman and produced by Henry Blanke.

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Madeleine Carroll played the role of Agatha Reed on stage.
According to Ida Lupino biographer William Donati, director Vincent Sherman was summoned to the office of Warner Bros. studio chief Jack L. Warner--to whom he was under contract at the time--and accused of having an affair with Warners star Joan Crawford. Sherman, who had been at the studio since 1937, replied that what he did on his own tome was none of Warner's business. Warner ordered the director to stop making so many close-ups of the actress, an order Sherman disobeyed. Warners used that pretext to end its relationship with him. The director eventually found out that the studio exec had purposely provoked the confrontation with him because he thought Sherman was a Communist. When that turned out not to be true, Sherman was hired by the studio eight years later to do The Young Philadelphians.
The original Broadway production of "Goodbye, My Fancy" by Fay Kanin opened at the Morosco Theater in New York on November 17, 1948 and ran for 446 performances.
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