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Always Goodbye (1938 film)

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Always Goodbye
Theatrical release poster
Directed bySidney Lanfield
Screenplay by
Story byGilbert Emery
Douglas Doty
Produced byRaymond Griffith
(associate producer)
CinematographyRobert Planck
Edited byRobert Simpson
Music byLouis Silvers
(musical direction)
Distributed by20th Century Fox
Release date
  • July 1, 1938 (1938-07-01) (USA)
Running time
75 minutes
CountryUnited States

Always Goodbye is a 1938 American romantic drama film directed by Sidney Lanfield and starring Barbara Stanwyck, Herbert Marshall, and Ian Hunter.[1][2]


Following the death of her fiancé as he was speeding to their wedding, Margot Weston is left pregnant and devastated. A former doctor, Jim Howard, helps the desperate Margot. When her son is born, Jim helps her find a home for the baby with Phil Marshall and his wife. Margot insists that neither the Marshalls nor the child can ever know that she is his mother.

Five years later, while working as a well-paid buyer for couturier Harriet Martin, Margot meets Jim Howard again, and the two begin to fall in love. When Margot is sent to Europe on a business trip for Harriet, she meets and is wooed by the charming and carefree Count Giovanni Corini. While in Paris, she happens to meet her son, Roddy, who is traveling with his aunt who has been taking care of him since his adoptive mother died.

On the trip back to America, Margot and Roddy become close. Giovanni is also on the same ship, and he continues to pursue Margot. Back home, Margot becomes convinced that Jessica Reid, Phil's new fiancée, does not love him, and would be a bad mother to Roddy. Margot decides to break up the engagement, though Jim, beginning a career as a scientist, reminds her of her earlier promise not to interfere in the boy's life.

Phil overhears a conversation between Margot and Jessica which brings their engagement to an end. Meanwhile, Jim tries to ask Margot to marry him, but then Phil asks Margot to marry him for his and Roddy's sake. Though Margot admits she loves Jim, he steps aside so that she can have a life with Roddy and Phil.


Uncredited (in order of appearance)
Mary Treen Woman waiting for her fiancé Al outside marriage license bureau
Hal K. Dawson Al who arrives late because he had to wait to get his paycheck
Robert Lowery Don Gordon, Margot's fiancé
Pat O'Malley Police officer at scene of Don's crash
Kay Griffith Nurse in hospital who asks Margot if she is a relative of Don
Charles Tannen Hospital intern who tells the nurse, "body to be held until claimed by family"
Dorris Bowdon Nurse at maternity hospital who says, "Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Marshall are here"
Rita Gould Mrs. Wyndham, customer at Harriet Martin's fashion salon
Jayne Regan Customer at Harriet Martin's
Cyril Ring Man to whom she says, "What do you think, dear?"
Joan Castle Model at Harriet Martin's
Charles Coleman Headwaiter at restaurant where Margot and Jim go to dine
Iva Stewart Flower dress model at Paris fashion salon
Edwin Stanley Decorator at Paris fashion salon where Margot selects designs
Carol Adams Paris Ritz hatcheck girl who takes Count Corini's hat
Rafael Storm Paris Ritz orchestra leader
Eugene Borden Purser on SS Normandie who converses with Margot and Roddy
Frank O'Connor Customs inspector in New York upon arrival of SS Normandie
Harold Goodwin Phillip Marshall's chauffeur
Al Hill Taxi driver who says "OK" when Margot suggests to Jim to drive around
Rafael Alcayde Orchestra leader at Delta where Margot and Jim go to dance


  1. ^ a b Warren, Bill. "Always Goodbye". AllMovie. Retrieved February 17, 2014.
  2. ^ Maltin, Leonard (2008). Leonard Maltin's 2009 Movie Guide. ISBN 9780452289789. Retrieved 12 November 2011.

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