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Goodbye, Columbus (1969) was a Comedy - Drama Film directed by Larry Peerce and produced by Stanley R. Jaffe.

Academy Awards 1969 --- Ceremony Number 42 (source: AMPAS)

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Best WritingArnold SchulmanNominated
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Neil Klugman: [discussing birth control] What do you take?
Brenda Patimkin: Nothing. Turn off the water.
Neil Klugman: Nothing?
Brenda Patimkin: Listen, I tried the pills, but they made me fat and made me sick, and besides every single day you read something new about them in the paper, so I decided I was better off with nothing.
Neil Klugman: [pause] Brenda, I'd like to talk to you about nothing.


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Barbara Parkins was offered the role of Brenda but declined.
Future daytime diva Susan Lucci can be seen as one of the wedding guests.
Early in the film, Richard Benjamin and Ali MacGraw's characters go to a cinema which is playing the film The Odd Couple. Their costar in the film, Jack Klugman, went on to star in the TV series based on that film.
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