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John Goldfarb, Please Come Home (1965) was a Comedy Film directed by J. Lee Thompson and produced by J. Lee Thompson and Steve Parker.

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Sakalakis: [looking at bench] Rimsky, in for Korsakoff!


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In 2007, a musical comedy version of "John Goldfarb, Please Come Home" was performed in New York City as part of the annual Fringe Festival. William Peter Blatty's script followed his original screenplay fairly closely, although none of the original music was used.
Notre Dame University got a court injunction to delay the release of the film, claiming the studio had "knowingly and illegally misappropriated, diluted and commercially exploited for their private profit the names, symbols, football team, prestige, high reputation and goodwill" of the university. After three months of court battles, the studio won out.
This was Shirley MacLaine's second consecutive film to wind up with her cavorting under an oil gusher; she did the same thing in the climax to her previous movie, 1964's What A Way To Go!
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